The Cadillac Escalade-V SUV Packs Terrifying Power In An Elephantine Package

The Saturn V was the king of all rockets, a towering, 363-foot monument to escaping the surly bonds of Earth, its 7.6 million pounds of thrust defying not just gravity but also its own 3,100 tons of mass on the way towards pushing manned spaceflight further into the solar system… read more »

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Cadillac Secretly Revealed Its ’90s Future In 1988 With the Voyage Concept

Sometimes car companies give away more than they’re letting on when a concept car rolls out onto the stage at one of the world’s major auto shows. I’ve been putting together a series of features over at The Drive that explores forgotten concept cars that played a major role in… read more »

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What Did I Drive This Month? January 2015 Edition

January was a packed month, what with the Detroit auto show kicking off several weeks of travel and test drives. read more »

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Five Thoughts about the Auto Industry for May 6, 2011

It appears as though my pining for top-down weather was premature, as we have been walloped by rain for the last 5 days straight. Depressing, but productive from a writing perspective, and it has helped me keep my ear to the ground and find some interesting subjects for this week’s five thoughts about the auto industry. Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting stories from the automotive biz over the past week. read more »

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Dr. ColorChip Review – A Paint Chip Repair System That Works

My new Cadillac had spent its entire life in Florida – which is apparently the rock chip capital of the universe – because while most of the paint on Cadillac was in great shape, the front bumper, hood and quarter panels were a pastiche of chips and small scratches. read more »

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