Tag: Mazda

The Hurtan Grand Albaycin Finally Uncovered And It’s Like A Mitsuoka From Spain

We’ve been covering Spain’s latest sports car for a little more than a week now, and we finally have uncovered, uncamouflaged pictures of the car and, well, it’s certainly a look. As a reminder, the Hurtan Grand Albaycin is the latest in a series of small sports cars with retro coach work. Hurtan’s offering uses […]

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NHTSA Making Ford Recall 3 Million Cars Over Takata Issue

Despite multiple petitions filed by Ford in 2017, the NHTSA is making the second-largest U.S. carmaker recall 3 million vehicles with potentially defective driver-side airbags, manufactured by Takata. The agency will also require Mazda to recall and repair airbags in roughly 5,800 B-Series vehicles, which were designed and built by Ford, using the same inflators […]

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A Look At The Cars That Didn’t Make It Into The Fast And The Furious

Some of the cars that have a huge following today wouldn’t be as famous as they are if it wasn’t for the Fast&Furious franchise. The Toyota Supra, for one, has become known to a much larger audience thanks to the first film. With that in mind, according to the movie’s technical director, Craig Lieberman, some […]

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2020 Was Brutal For Automakers As Many Post Decline In Sales

2020 is officially in the rearview mirror and a handful of automakers have released their fourth quarter and year-end sales results. Kicking things off is General Motors, which sold 771,323 vehicles in the fourth quarter and 2,547,339 vehicles for the entire year in the United States. While total deliveries were down 12 percent on a […]

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Weekend Warrior Adds Koenigsegg’s Freevalve Tech To A Miata Engine

A YouTuber by the name of Wesley Kagan has converted a junkyard Miata engine to run with Koenigsegg’s Freevalve technology. He has attempted this before on a single-cylinder Harbor Freight Predator engine, but this is his first application on a regular engine. The technology works by actuating the engine’s valves pneumatically rather than mechanically by […]

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