Mid-Engine Corvette Automotive News Chevrolet Featured 

Patent Filing Suggests Mid-Engine Corvette Could Get Manual

While there’s been no confirmation from the General, at this point, we know that a mid-engine Corvette is coming. And while we still have more questions than answers about the long-awaited American supercar, there’s been plenty of credible information about what it’ll be called, what the powertrain options will be, and where it will debut. For the record? We don’t think it’ll kill the traditional front-engine model, as some have feared. But one question we’ve had — because we’re unapologetic fans of a third pedal — is whether or not…

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Ford GT Launch Control Automotive News Featured Ford 

Like a Rocket: Experience Launch Control in the Ford GT

Seriously, what’s not to love about the Ford GT? It was developed behind a veil of 007-level secrecy, it looks the business, and it bested everything in its class at Le Mans. We were in love with this baby since the Blue Oval pulled the wraps off at the Detroit Auto Show back in 2015, and since then, it hasn’t lost a bit of its allure. If we have any complaint about this weapons-grade track slayer, it’s that we don’t have one parked in our garage right now. But hey,…

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Ram 1500 Automotive News Featured RAM 

Sources Say New Mid-Sized RAM Will be Body-on-Frame

Right now, crossovers are unquestionably the hottest trend in the automotive world — but they aren’t the only trend in town. The mid-size pickup segment is also heating up, and RAM doesn’t want to get left behind. Exactly how the brand will enter the market has been the subject of rumor for many months now, and our friends over at Automotive News are reporting that the new offering will utilize traditional body-on-frame architecture, as opposed to going with a unibody. As with a lot of information about forthcoming models, the source…

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New Supra Automotive News Featured Toyota 

Toyota Exploring Track-Focused Version of the Supra

While we still haven’t seen a version of the Toyota Supra without its camouflage, that hasn’t stopped the company from releasing more news about its plans for the next generation of the sporty coupe — and it’s just the kind of stuff enthusiasts love to hear. In a recent interview with our friends at Top Gear, chief engineer Tetsuya Tada said he’s interested in building a track-focused version, though at this point, details are still few and far between. That said, it doesn’t sound like more power is on the table. Instead,…

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Jeep Wrangler Celebrity Customs Automotive News Featured Jeep 

Check Out the First Episode of Jeep Wrangler Celebrity Customs

One our favorite — unofficial — automotive acronyms is “Just Enough Essential Parts.” Because while the modern JL Jeep can be had with all kinds of creature comforts, like heated seats, for example, it speaks to the tough, go-anywhere spirit that still defines the brand. After all, can you name another company that makes a vehicle where the doors are designed to come off, and the windshield is designed to fold down? We didn’t think so. In fact, one of the changes to the latest generation makes it even easier…

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