Car Technology

A Step-by-Step Guide on Removing a Seized Bolt

Dealing with a stubborn bolt? Here's how to get it threaded out.

How a Knocking Engine Also Mean Auto Innovation
Knock Knock. Who's there? A supercharged, mild hybrid, diesel-inspir…
What Chevy Gains By Using Pushrods In the Corvette
Before you call a pushrod engine old-fashioned, know that there's in…
Rolls-Royce's First SUV Has Fantastic Engineering

Especially in the trunk. I'm not joking.

Backup Cameras Are Now Required On All New Vehicles Sold in the U.S.

As of May 1st, backup cameras are now law.

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Why the Ford Flathead V8 Succeeded—And Why It Had to Die

A simple cylinder head helped bring V8s to the people. And made it obsolete after the war.

Why Automakers Use a Car Treadmill in Wind Tunnel Testing

The "rolling road" has revolutionized aerodynamic design.

How to Wash the Winter Salt Off Your Car in Time for Spring

A detailed guide on getting off all that corrosive grime.

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Tesla Loses Its Self-Driving Architect

As Autopilot comes under increasing fire.

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Why Ford Isn't Crazy For Killing Off Its Cars

Didn't Detroit learn anything from the last boom-and-bust cycle in SUVs? Yes. It did.

You Should Upgrade the Driveshaft When Adding Power to Your Car

Doubling your horsepower won't do any good if the thing sending power to your wheels is too weak to handle it.

The Wild Experimental Engine That Uses Gas and Diesel

A Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition engine can achieve 60 percent thermal efficiency. That's incredible.

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How Bugatti Made the 1500-HP Chiron Even Faster

Bugatti focused on handling, rather than outright speed, to create the upgraded Chiron Sport

Here's Why You Shouldn't Start From a Stop in Second Gear

Even if your car has the torque to accelerate from a stop in 2nd gear, doing so isn't great for your clutch.

Wheel Studs Versus Wheel Bolts: What's the Difference?

The advantages and disadvantages of having one or the other.

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Tesla Temporarily Halts Model 3 Production

To "improve automation and systemically address bottlenecks."

The Bugatti Chiron Sends a Text to a Factory Mechanic Whenever It Detects Something Wrong

Bugatti's "Flying Doctor" may know about your Chiron's flat tire before you do.

Tesla Got Booted Off a Fatal Crash Investigation by the NTSB

The regulators say Elon Musk spoke too soon about the details of the inquiry.

This May Be the Most Fun You Can Have on Three Wheels

With a 600cc Honda engine out back, there's no shortage of oversteer available in this tiny tri-wheeled racer.

When Honda Exported American-Made Cars Back to Japan

The third-generation Accord Coupe is a strange bird.

The Secret to a Good V8 Lies in its Firing Order

Engineering Explained uses a 3D-printed Chevy LS3 to explain one of the world's greatest engines.

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The Way We Talk About Self-Driving Cars Is Going To Get People Killed

The dangers of overhyped autonomy are getting too real.

Exactly What Happens When You Ignore the Bridge Height Sign

The Slo Mo Guys set up a rig to test what happens when your tall truck hits a low bridge. It's pretty destructive.

The Tech That Lets Big Heavy SUVs Corner Like Sports Cars

It's like having a super stiff anti-sway bar when you want it, and eliminating it when you don't.

How to Do Your Own Pre-Purchase Inspection

When buying a car, you might not always have an expert mechanic on-hand. Here's how to inspect one yourself.

Could the Future of Ultra Low Emissions Be...Diesel?

Alternative powertrains are the future, but ultra low-emission diesel engines could help us clean up our act in the meantime.

Uber Settles With Family of Woman Killed by Self-Driving Car

We may never find out the details of what actually happened.

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