This kind of stands in opposition to your earlier statement that people will be buying more trucks and SUVs which are less fuel efficient than cars and will be exercising less discretion in whether they actually need to drive to something or not. Perhaps that offset isn't big enough, but perhaps it is; the math is… » 10/31/14 10:33am Today 10:33am

Despite the issues forward of the B-pillar, I think this rear treatment actually looks pretty snazzy. Unfortunately, in order to work with the rest of the car, the belt line would have to continue its trajectory from the rear and the front hood would have to bisect the motor. » 10/29/14 3:47pm Wednesday 3:47pm

Nobody buys them, that's what happened. 4-seat coupes are a hard enough sell to the modern buyer; 2-seat coupes are nearly impossible. Graduated insurance rates don't help, either. » 10/25/14 4:37pm Saturday 4:37pm

Nothing. Sony Entertainment's streaming service. CICGC is the real reason to use it, at this point, but they have a pretty good rotation of interesting older movies and TV shows. Most of it only hangs around for a few months at a time, but the good news is that there's new-old content cycling through fairly often. » 10/23/14 2:49pm 10/23/14 2:49pm

The idea is cool, but it seems awfully complex when compared to what iRacing does, which is simply show a simple, easy to see-read-and-understand quantitative split to your best lap. I find raw data way more useful than a ghost car, and although you do lose the ability to see the line of the ghost car that resulted in… » 10/23/14 9:52am 10/23/14 9:52am