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2017 Bentley Mulsanne Speed Review: The $400,000 question

PROS Stupendous speed Astonishing road-presence Hand-crafted attention to detail CONS That eye-watering price Lacks some of the tech the Germans offer 6.75-liter engine is thirsty

2017 Chevy Bolt EV : Here’s What Can Go Wrong for Electric-Car Pioneer

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will be on dealership floors within several weeks, cementing its position as the first affordable 200-mile electric car. It will

The Ford Taurus SHO : The First American Sport Sedan

Prior to 1989, there was no such thing as an American sport sedan. The mere mention of such a creation would have certainly generated a

Crashing Through the English Countryside in a Mini Cooper S

There are still Minis in England. Not the ones we’ve have had here since BMW decided to reboot the brand with globalized 21st-century versions of the

LG Tribute 5 Review : Selfie-Centric Phone Falls Flat

THE GOOD Low price tag Voice-powered front-camera controls THE BAD Dim and low-res display Underwhelming cameras Noticeable lag when launching apps Limited onboard storage VERDICT

Victory Cross Roads Classic First Ride Review

Styles are cyclical, and a few years back, baggers became the rage. These vaunted, versatile machines are just at home cruising around town in their

2014 Can-Am Spyder RT First Ride Review

Can-Am is good at keeping a secret. In the days of intentional leaks, supposed spy shots, and viral campaigns that trickle out information one spec

2014 Yamaha Viking EPS First Ride Review

Yamaha turned the utility market on its ear and put other ATV manufacturers back on their heels in 2004 with the introduction of the Rhino

Vespa 946 Scooter Review

“Luxury scooter” is kind of oxymoronic, no? It’s kind of like saying “powered sailboat” or “mandatory volunteer work.” Scooters, after all, are the basic transportation

Bublcam Review : 360-degrees of spherical camera potential

The Bublcam does one thing very well: describe itself – in its name, in its industrial design, and in its product. While several 360-degree “spherical”

Google’s self-driving car gets confused by cyclist’s track stand

We’ve been hearing about Google’s self-driving cars getting into fender-benders before, mostly at the fault of other vehicles with a human behind the wheel, but

Mercedes-Benz F 015 : A Driver-Less Future Car

Mercedes-Benz now immovably accepts that “the auto is developing past its part as an insignificant method for transportation,” and there’s no more noteworthy exhibition of

New 65-plate: Volvo XC90 is a Swede dream compared to nightmare IKEA

While visits to the furniture store are a dreaded chore, travelling in luxury and style is a joy in the Swedes’ 4×4. “DARLING, we need

Review: Andrew Shartmann explores the enduring legacy of Koji Kondo’s Super Mario Bros. Soundtrack

Isolation is inherent in Canada’s geography. We’re often called a country of two solitudes, but it’s really a land of thousands. Before the Internet, most

How Google’s robotic cars deal with human stupidity

Like the Terminator T-800, Google’s self-driving cars don’t feel pity, remorse or fear. But they also never lose their patience or get distracted by smartphones,

Google’s urban tech lab is working on free, city-wide WiFi

When Google unveiled its urban improvement initiative, Sidewalk Labs, it left one big question: what was this new outfit actually working on? As of today,