12th February 2016

2016 BMW 640i Convertible Tested: Bavaria’s Luxo Pony Car Loses Its Lid

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-Since the 6-series returned from hibernation more than a decade ago, BMW’s big convertible has occupied an enviable spot in the motoring pantheon in that it has few direct competitors. Mercedes-Benz’s S-class cabriolet is significantly more money, while the E-class convertible offers little in the way of grand-touring pretense. The Mercedes SL lacks rear seats, and Porsche’s droptop 911 Carrera is, again, a fair piece more expensive. In fact, Ford’s Mustang and Chevrolet’s Camaro are perhaps the closest analogs to this 6-series, price notwithstanding. READ MORE ››

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12th February 2016

2016 BMW 640i Convertible – Instrumented Test

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12th February 2016

Recharge Wrap-up: Tata unveils tiny H2 vehicle,Volt’s new drivetrain explained

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12th February 2016

Be Even More Like McRae in His Ex-Rally Subaru

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-Anyone can buy a Subaru WRX STI and tell their friends they drive a rally car for the streets. Not many people can buy one that’s actually a rally car and was driven by both Petter Solberg and Colin McRae in actual races. But for just a tad under $250,000 (at current conversion rates), you could be one of those lucky people.

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Yes, RallySales.com has a 2007 Subaru WRX STI rally car available right now that it claims was driven by both racers. The engine has gotten a full rebuild and the body has been refurbished, with the seller saying the car’s in “showroom condition.” It’s not wearing its full racing livery, but it still looks ready to relive its glory days, even coming with an FIA passport log.

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Speaking of its glory days, this is the car that Solberg placed second in the WRC rally in Portugal, third in Acropolis, and fourth in Wales in 2007. It’s also reportedly the car being driven below by Colin McRae at the 2007 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which ended up being his final public appearance.

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The asking price is currently £159,500, which works out to right around $230,000, but assuming the car’s provenance, it’s an excellent opportunity to own a historical rally car driven by two world champions. That’s pretty awesome.

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This story originally appeared on Road & Track via CarScoops.

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12th February 2016

Belly Up to the Sport Bar: 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 All Terrain X Goes Full McFly

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12th February 2016

The 10 Cars You Must See from the 2016 Chicago Auto Show

-February in Chicago isn’t exactly a vacation, between the whipping wind, subfreezing temperatures, and oppressively filling and delicious hot dogs. The Chicago auto show, on the other hand, represents a respite from the rest of the annual show circuit, hosting as it does few major debuts despite the excellent venue in the lakefront McCormick Place. We dig it, because covering the show doesn’t require running around like our hair’s on fire in Detroit, Geneva, Frankfurt, Las Vegas—or pretty much everywhere else. And things are even better for consumers, for whom the show’s 60,000 square feet of floor space affords automakers room to park multiple variants of every single model they sell.---This year, however, the show perked up slightly, with notable new-car reveals that included a pair of high-performance Camaros, Kia’s first-ever dedicated hybrid model, and an awesome Toyota Tacoma. While this list might seem like it includes every debut from the show, we assure you that it only includes most of the debuts from the show. But it’s all the stuff you need to see, presented in no particular order. Enjoy!-Muscle- and pony-car fans will always opt for the V-8, no matter the other choices available to them. Internet commenters and hacks will scoff at the idea that a V-6—or, worse, a turbocharged four-cylinder—could even be considered fun. Whatever. We think that the more sporting, rear-drive coupes that exist in this world, the better, no matter what they have under the hood. And outside of objective measurements like zero-to-60 times or quarter-mile sprints, the fun gap between (increasingly better) smaller engines and the still-stonking bigger engines in cars like the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro is shrinking. Consider that gap even tighter with the introduction of Chevrolet’s latest 1LE track package for the Camaro.-Reintroduced on the previous-generation (fifth-generation) Camaro after more than a decade away, the 1LE package incorporates a track-ready suspension setup, wider wheels and sticky summer tires, mild aerodynamic add-ons, and extra cooling for the engine and driveline. Previously, it was offered only on the V-8–powered SS model. The new 1LE package has been democratized, for it will be an option on V-6 Camaros, too. (Will the upcoming turbo-four-powered Camaro also be let into the Hall of 1LE? We’re told Chevy is considering the idea.) While this technically means there are two 1LE kits, one for the V-8 and one for the V-6, both are similarly tuned to deliver serious on-track performance for not a lot of money. READ MORE >>-In updating the three-row Santa Fe for 2017, Hyundai has made the likable crossover a numbers machine. Two, four, six, seven, and four—these numbers refer to the Santa Fe’s expanded choices this year, including two- or four-wheel drive, six- or seven-seat configurations, and four distinct trim levels. Last year, Santa Fe buyers faced only two trim levels, one with six seats and the other with seven. Order-sheet complexity aside, Hyundai also has enhanced its already competent Santa Fe with typical mid-cycle updates like freshened styling to more onboard technology.-As before, the Santa Fe’s trim levels bear some connection to the number of seats a buyer can expect. Previously, seven-seat Santa Fes came in “SE” guise, with six-seaters (which swap the SE’s three-across bench for a pair of second-row captain’s chairs) arriving in “Limited” form. (Hyundai sells the similar-looking and shorter-wheelbase Santa Fe Sport with only two rows of seats to cover that market segment.) For 2017, those tenets hold, only with a twist: in addition to SE and Limited trims, there are new SE Ultimate and Limited Ultimate specs. Essentially, the new higher-zoot Ultimate versions of the SE and Limited come standard with items previously offered in an “Ultimate” option package. READ MORE >>-The Kia Optima is already a pretty satisfying and stylish ride, one that’s offered with a variety of powertrains, most notably a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. With sprightly performance and a remarkable 39-mpg highway fuel-economy rating from the EPA, that model knocks on the door of the 2016 Optima hybrid’s 40-mpg highway number—and does so without the drivability issues we noted with the latter car. For 2017, then, Kia is introducing an improved Optima hybrid that is expected to put a little more space between the new hybrid and the 1.6-liter model in terms of fuel efficiency. And if that’s not efficient enough, Kia also is adding a new plug-in-hybrid model to take on the Ford Fusion Energi and the Chevrolet Volt.-The Optima hybrid’s powertrain improvements start with the replacement of the previous hybrid model’s 2.4-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine with a 2.0-liter direct-injected inline-four with 154 horsepower. It’s mated to a 51-hp electric motor for total system output of 193 horsepower at 6000 rpm. While that’s down by six ponies compared with its predecessor, far more important to hybrid buyers is that fuel economy is expected to rise by 10 percent, which should put its EPA combined number somewhere in the low-40-mpg range. Meanwhile, the six-speed automatic transmission is now water-cooled and the oil pump is now electric, helping to optimize engine efficiency by 20 percent, according to Kia. We’re hoping that the previous model’s drivability issues will be solved, as well, something we won’t know until we get a chance to drive the car later this year. READ MORE >>-Jointly designed at Kia’s styling centers in Irvine, California, and Namyang, Korea, the Niro HUV (Hybrid Utility Vehicle) is the first car in the brand’s portfolio to make use of its “all-new, dedicated eco-car platform.” Falling approximately into the subcompact-crossover segment size-wise, the somewhat boldly designed Niro is the latest step in the maker’s quest to nearly triple its global lineup of green cars by 2020. It's also Kia's first dedicated hybrid and will aim to lure Toyota Prius shoppers to the Kia fold.-Specifically engineered to house a new gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, the platform underpinning the Niro consists of 53-percent high-strength steel, including reinforcements in the A- and B-pillars and roof rails. Even with its relatively wide and low proportions, large wheel arches, rocker cladding, roof rails, and rear skid plate, the Niro still manages to earn a slippery 0.29 coefficient of drag, says Kia. The firm is targeting a combined EPA fuel-efficiency rating of 50 mpg. READ MORE >>-European-style vans like the Ford Transit and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter are practical and efficient, but it’s hard to think of them as really cool. Mercedes appears out to change that with the Sprinter Extreme, which turns its workingman’s van into a he-man’s dump truck.-Unveiled at the Chicago auto show, the Sprinter Extreme was constructed with the help of none other than Renntech, the venerable tuning company founded by Hartmut Feyhl of 1980s AMG fame. READ MORE >>-Nissan just redesigned its massive Titan pickup for 2016, and so logic would have it that anything based on the Titan—e.g., the Armada SUV—might also get redesigned, adopting the Titan’s new underpinnings, powertrains, and so forth. In this case, logic would be half right: The 12-year-old Armada did just get redesigned. But this time around, it’s not based on the Titan—it’s gone on Patrol, literally. The Armada is now based on the global Patrol SUV, which we get as the current Infiniti QX80 but have never been offered with Nissan badges. That said, we’ve always loved driving a Patrol when we got the chance, say, while tackling sand dunes in the Middle East or slogging through African rainforests.-Basing the new Armada on the Patrol means its wheelbase has shrunk by 2.1 inches to 121.1, while length actually grows by 1.2 to 208.9. Width is up 0.6 inch, and the new Armada is 2.2 inches lower than before. The chassis is considerably different, too, with the frame-rail width increased from 2.4 to 3.9 inches in certain areas and the whole thing riding on a four-corner control-arm suspension. The new body boasts a 20-percent increase in torsional rigidity, according to Nissan, as well as acoustic glass on the windshield and front side windows. As before, the Armada will seat eight as standard, with a 60/40-split third-row seat that folds flat into the floor. READ MORE >>-During the summer of 1984, Huey Lewis and the News’s landmark Sports album was everywhere. That year also happened to be the dawn of the Minivan Era. In retrospect, the small van’s absolute reign as family hauler was short, as by the mid-’90s, families with two or fewer children were buying Ford Explorers to haul their broods. Which brought us to today’s Crossover Epoch, where the Hyundai Santa Fe is available for seven-passenger duty, while those with a smaller brood can opt for this freshly updated two-row Santa Fe Sport.-Featuring a revised front fascia that looks a mite more Tucsonian and a reworked rear with new taillights and exhaust outlets, the Santa Fe Sport also wears fresh silver accents on its new rocker panels and newly available LED DRLs. Most of that can be coated in a freshly available Nightfall Blue paint job, if you’d like. Hyundai is also offering updated 17-, 18-, and 19-inch wheel designs. READ MORE >>-Everybody knows that crossovers are kinda wimpy compromises that offer a carlike ride and a trucklike ride height. Americans, however, don’t see themselves as wimpy people. We are, after all, a nation of rugged individualists, shopping at Target, eating at Applebee’s, and digging that subversive Macklemore cat. But sometimes, the trek to Bennigan’s gets a little more hairball than one might like. With that in mind, Nissan has unleashed this trio of Winter Warrior concepts.-For this year’s Chicago auto show, Nissan took a Rogue, a Murano, and a Pathfinder; wrapped them in chrome-red vinyl; hogged out the fender wells a bit; and affixed Dominator tracks from American Track Truck. The units themselves are 48 inches long, 30 inches high, and 15 inches wide, offering an increase in ground clearance, as well as giving Nissan’s CUVs significantly less ground pressure than they’d have with silly ol’ pedestrian wheels. Which means they can traverse the gnarest of powder without getting stuck. The tracked-CUV thing has become a trend for Nissan of late, as it previously showed off a Juke NISMO RS and another Rogue so equipped. READ MORE >>-As truck names go, “Power Wagon” is just about perfect. Just saying it conjures visions of manly men doing manly things with chainsaws, possibly in the woods, and certainly while wearing flannel shirts. Whereas the very capable Ford Raptor is focused on performing YouTube-worthy feats of high-speed derring-do, the Ram Power Wagon has long been a hard-core beast for people with things to do and stuff to haul in some of the most rugged terrain extant. To tarnish this storied legacy would be unfortunate. Thankfully the folks at Ram agree, as the updated-for-2017 Power Wagon hit the stage at the Chicago auto show prepped to continue its reign of heavy-duty off-road prowess.-Looks aren’t everything, and that’s good because the 2017 Power Wagon, which is based on the Ram 2500 HD Crew Cab, has adopted a version of the plastic-fantastic blacked-out fascia that debuted on the 2015 Ram Rebel. The hood gets a gloss-black graphic, and Ram dipped into the design of Power Wagons past and surfaced with an optional aft-of-the-cab thick vertical stripe and lettering treatment of the type that was so popular in the 1970s. Order your Power Wagon in Bright White, Flame Red, Bright Silver, Blue Streak, or Granite Crystal, and you’ll get gloss-black graphics; opt for a black Power Wagon, and you’ll get bright silver graphics. Additional touches include a large “RAM” logo and “Power Wagon” decal on the tailgate, plus black bezels for the taillamps. The front and rear bumpers get the powder-coat treatment, and, just as with the previous Power Wagon, a 12,000-pound Warn winch sits poised for action behind the front bumper. New for 2017 are 17-inch forged-aluminum wheels with matte-black centers, wrapped with 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires. READ MORE >>-Given Toyota’s performance heritage and existing lineup of all-terrain-themed models, its introduction of a hard-core version of the new Tacoma pickup is hardly surprising. Yet here it is in the form of the 2017 TRD Pro, which goes on sale later this year as the successor to a similar model based on the last-generation Tacoma.-As with that previous Taco special, as well as the current 4Runner and Tundra TRD Pro models, this new truck represents a concerted effort to ratchet up the truck’s off-road capability. But don’t be fooled. While it does deliver on its mission, the TRD makeover is less comprehensive—albeit less expensive—than the one applied by Ford to create the beastly F-150 Raptor. READ MORE >>--

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12th February 2016

Atlas Plugged In: Rand McNally Launches Dash-Mounted Digital Infotainment Hub

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When you hear the name Rand McNally, it probably conjures up an image of a big, 11-by-15.5-inch anthology of U.S. and Canadian road maps. After all, the Rand McNally Road Atlas has been helping drivers find their way to North American destinations since 1960. But in an age of satellite-based nav systems, extracting information from those meticulously printed pages has become an increasingly anachronistic activity—not to mention dangerous for drivers in a moving vehicle. Thus the company used the Chicago show to introduce a digital device called OverDryve, a dashboard tablet that not only fulfills navigation functions, but also hands-free phone calls and text-to-speech.

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An integrated microphone allows voice command of telephonics, texts, and accessing of apps galore. As is common with built-in video-capable systems from auto manufacturers, a lockout feature refuses to allow streaming videos when the car is on the move. So, you’ll have to watch Revolt of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders some other time, but take comfort in knowing that your kids won’t be able to watch Furious 7 while they’re driving. Also, for those generations who might have difficulty with transition from Rand McNally’s printed Road Atlas, all the contents of that tome are baked into the tablet. In fact, the navigation draws on Rand McNally’s vast database.

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The key elements of the system are a GPS antenna, backed by a GPS chip embedded in the tablet, to ensure satellite connectivity. There’s also a cord that connects to the vehicle’s radio (no satellite stations), as well as a speaker integrated with the tablet that’s rated for 3 watts, roughly triple the wattage of the average smartphone speaker, we’re told. A tenacious 3.5-inch suction cup secures the mounting arm to the vehicle’s windshield, and the tablet attaches to that via a magnetic mount, easily removable when it’s time to park the car. The tablet is powered via the vehicle’s radio, and system installation will be handled by the retailers handling sales. Initially, that will be Best Buy, beginning in June. The OverDryve lineup will offer three options, with anticipated pricing increasing with screen size: 7.0-inch, $299; 8.0-inch screen, $399; 10.0 inch, $499.

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A tire-pressure-monitoring system (TPMS) function, entailing a glovebox-located transmitter and valve-stem pressure gauges, is available as an option for $149, and there’s also a rearview camera option. The backup camera requires additional installation, and will sell for $99. The system also can receive onboard vehicle diagnostics via Bluetooth as a $100 option.

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Another available standalone feature Rand McNally introduced at Chicago is a dashcam capable of recording (and later downloading) roughly six hours of footage, or up to several days’ worth with its time-lapse function. The dashcams include GPS chips and have 170 degrees of vision, wider than a GoPro, touts Rand McNally, and for a little less money, with pricing ranging from $99 to $179. (Racers take note.) The dashcams will go on sale in May.

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Rand McNally isn’t exactly new to this kind of enterprise. The company has made dashboard tablet systems available to big-rig and RV drivers since 2009. More recently, it has offered passenger-car-focused systems that exclude info primarily pertinent to truckers—bridge clearance stats, for example, or Hazmat restrictions—with 7.0- and 8.0-inch screens. However, the company points out that those systems are touch-screen only, and don’t have the range of capabilities of the OverDryve tablets, and according to R&D vice president Dave Marsh, those versions probably will be discontinued soon.

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While OverDryve may seem superfluous compared to the sophisticated connectivity available in many contemporary cars, Marsh makes the case that such sophistication doesn’t usually extend to the lower end of the market, and that there are some 250 million cars on the road that predate the recent surge in connectivity. And for those retain fond memories of travels before the age of GPS, don’t worry; Rand McNally still sells million of Road Atlases every year, and has no intention of discontinuing this American icon anytime soon. “It’s the one print property that we still produce in quantity,” says Marsh. “It’s not going away anytime soon.”

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12th February 2016

2017 Nissan Titan Half-Ton Pickup Detailed

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Nissan’s big news this year at the Chicago auto show was the introduction of the new Patrol-based Armada full-size ute, but almost as an aside, Nissan also confirmed its plans to introduce a half-ton Titan pickup for 2017. While the body and 390-hp 5.6-liter V-8 engine will be shared with the “XD” model, which is positioned between half-ton and three-quarter-ton pickups, the standard Titan will share nothing under the skin with the XD.

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“The 2017 Nissan Titan will fit squarely in the middle of the half-ton segment,” said Rich Miller, Nissan North America’s director of product planning for trucks and SUVs and the chief product specialist for the Titan. The Titan and the XD will share cab, bed, and cabin bits, but “when it comes to the frame and the chassis, they don’t share a single bolt,” Miller said. “Even the lug nuts are different.” The standard Titan will ride on a wheelbase that, at 139.8 inches, is nearly a foot shorter than the XD’s, and at 228.1 inches in length, it’s nearly fifteen inches shorter overall. It also will be 1.5 inches lower in height.

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When the truck goes on sale this summer, it will be offered in three cab lengths, with 5.5-, 6.5-, and 8-foot bed lengths. It also will follow the XD’s trim-level program, with five grades: S, SV, Pro-4X, SL, and Platinum Reserve. One version Nissan did not mention was the V-6 model, which likely won’t arrive until 2017.

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12th February 2016

2017 Nissan Titan Half-Ton Pickup Detailed

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12th February 2016

Infiniti Debuts Three All-New Engines for Q50, We Snag Details

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Although we’ve already had a good first peek at the biggest mid-cycle change for the 2016 Infiniti Q50—three new turbocharged engine options—the company used the 2016 Chicago auto show to sprinkle a little more information on our plates. The centerpiece of the updated Q50 is the all-new VR30 3.0-liter V-6 with twin turbochargers and direct fuel injection, which produces 300 horsepower in the Q50 3.0t and a full 400 in the range-topping Q50 Red Sport 400. Infiniti says maximum boost will be as high as 14.5 psi in the 400, with peak power for both engines occurring at 6400 rpm. The engine’s hearty torque outputs—295 lb-ft in the 3.0t and 350 for the Red Sport—are on tap from 1600 to 5200 rpm.

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Aside from different engine mounts and tuning setups, greater flow capacity for the 400’s intercoolers, and an optical speed sensor for the more powerful version’s turbochargers, both mills are virtually the same internally. Infiniti says it still has more technical specifics to share closer to the updated Q50’s launch this spring, but you can read a more detailed analysis of the new VR-series here.

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The other new engine for the Q50 is a longitudinal 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder developing 208 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, which unsurprisingly will be badged as the 2.0t. Also found in Infiniti’s new QX30 crossover, albeit mounted in a transverse configuration, this entry-level engine stems from the brand’s tie-up with Mercedes-Benz and can be found in the German brand’s GLA-class crossover, which also shares a basic architecture with the QX30. Also still available is the Q50 hybrid, which continues to pair the previous VQ-series 3.5-liter V-6 with an electric motor for a total of 360 ponies. All four of the 2016 Q50’s powerplants come mated to a standard seven-speed automatic transmission and are available with either front- or all-wheel drive.

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We’ll get our first impressions of the 2016 Q50 soon when the 2.0t version hits the streets in late winter, followed by the hot-rod Red Sport 400 later in spring. The volume 3.0t model likely won’t be available until midsummer, but by then we should already have a good idea of how well the changes have worked out for Infiniti’s core sports sedan.

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