Toyota Has A Solution For Accidentally Mixing Up Pedals

The company aims to retrofit the feature to older vehicles at a low price. On July 5, Japan’s Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism Ministry asked Toyota and seven other major automakers to make a solution for accidents caused by misapplication of the accelerator. According to local police data, 149 fatal accidents

Infiniti Brings A Little Bit Of Radwood To Posh Pebble Beach

Nostalgia, at its finest. The Monterey Car Week at the Pebble Beach has been home to special edition cars and new releases, not to mention one-offs that stand to wow the pool of car enthusiasts in the U.S. east coast. Infiniti, however, decides to bring a little bit of Radwood

Volkswagen Hires a Marketing Chief to Watch

One hopes, anyway. While marketing won’t save you from a roadside breakdown (it might, in a roundabout way, get you into that situation), it nonetheless exists on the periphery of the automotive realm, subtly impacting sales. If a campaign is successful, the impact might be more than subtle. If it’s bad, the

A year on Daniel Ricciardo recalls his shock decision

A year after his shock announcement that he would be swapping to Renault for 2019, Daniel Ricciardo has recalled the events surrounding his decision to leave Red Bull. The Aussie was in talks with Red Bull over a new contract for 2019 with the Milton Keynes squad reportedly only interested

Steph Papadakis tears down a B58 engine from the new Supra

Racer Steph Papadakis has squeezed 1,000 hp out of four-cylinder Toyota engines before, including the powerplant in the team’s current Rockstar Energy Drink/Nexen Tire Toyota Corolla Hatchback, which is leading all competitors in the Formula Drift championship hunt with just two events to go. Speculation has been rampant that Papadakis

Williams: Tyres give Russell an edge over Robert Kubica

Williams have once again dismissed suggestions that Robert Kubica’s car is inferior to George Russell’s, saying the rookie simply gets more out of his tyres than the Pole. Although Kubica has scored Williams’ only point of the season with a P10 in Germany, his return to F1 has not gone

What Do I Drive? A Ford Ranger And Here's Why

Used electric vehicles remain out of the reach for some. What Do I Drive is a series where the editors and writers of InsideEVs share with readers the cars we personally drive. These are the cars we bought with our own money and drive in our daily lives. As such, we’ve

Brawn: Ferrari badly needs a morale-boosting win

The summer break has come at a good time for Ferrari, but Ross Brawn believes once we get going again then the Scuderia needs to win to “prove that it has the potential to be a championship contender”. Twelve races into the 2019 season and Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc

Report: Next Tiguan to Get a Big Dose of Style

For the next generation of Volkswagen’s Tiguan, the automaker’s planning on going a little more out there on styling. Which means we could see a much more stylish CUV for the company’s bestselling nameplate. Auto Express says that VW design boss Klaus Bischoff was told to be more radical with