The C8 Corvette will conquer the world with right-hand drive and a stand-alone sub-brand

The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette will tempt 75 countries and territories that drive on the left side of the road, but it won’t be sold under the Chevy brand in all of them. The C8 Corvette will be sold just as the Corvette, without Chevrolet in the name, in the one market where it

Revenge Of The Electric Cars? EVs Block Gas Station To Prove A Point

How does it feel to have your access to energy denied? Have empathy, people. We often have news here of people blocking charging stations with combustion-engined cars. It is the unfortunately famous ICE’ing. What if EV owners decided to do the same? Well, Croatian supporters of electric vehicles have done

Ducati Memorabilia: For the rider who has everything

If you’re wondering what to get the rider who has everything for Christmas or a year-end gift, Ducati and its racing division Ducati Corse have got you covered with the Ducati Memorabilia Project. What this is means is you can purchase, for yourself or other significant person in your life,

The ID. Buggy Beats Out the McLaren GT for Design of the Year, which covers exactly the realm you think it might, recently handed out its Best of Year awards—pleasingly called the BOY awards. And the winner of this year’s automotive design class was the ID.BUGGY. Unveiled in March of this year, the ID.BUGGY is an ode to the Meyers Manx and

Alonso: Indy 500 is “the main priority”

Fernando Alonso says that trying to win the Indianapolis 500 is top of his list of priorities but until his inaugural attempt at the Dakar Rally is out of the way, he won’t be seeking to close any deals among IndyCar teams. While his long-standing ties with McLaren would suggest

Want to Own the Nurburgring? Here's Your Chance!

Want to bring the thrill of one of the most famous and challenging race tracks in the world into your own home? Well now you can, thanks to the board game that’s lead to more sibling fights than any other in the world. Probably. It’s Monopoly Nürburgring edition, letting you

What the fallout from Aston’s engine split means for 2020

Aston Martin’s DTM arrival, via the R-Motorsport outfit, was heralded as a salvation of sorts for the series. After plenty of bumps in the road in 2019, the team finds itself in a similar position to the one it was in 12 months ago. Can it get its act together?

The starring F1 rookie who doubted he could make it

All three Formula 1 rookies had impressive years in 2019, but arguably the most impressive was Lando Norris, who harboured doubts he would be good enough this year before going on to impress all at McLaren Who will win Rookie of the Year at the Autosport Awards on Sunday? As

Time warp: The final-generation Saab 9-5 entered production 10 years ago

The first preseries Saab 9-5 sedans rolled off the assembly line at the end of November 2009. Saab was already on shaky ground when the replacement for the penultimate 9-5 sedan finally entered production, after its immediate predecessor spent 12 years on the assembly line—an impressive run even for a

The Tesla Model 3 Deemed Car Of The Year In Norway

This comes as no surprise since the Model 3 is outselling all cars by a long shot. EDITOR’S NOTE: This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish