Ford has announced it built the 40 millionth F-Series pickup truck since series production began in 1947. This week, a 2022 F-150 Tremor pickup rolled off the assembly line becoming the 40 millionth F-Series truck Continue reading “Ford Announces It Has Hit An Iconic Truck Milestone”.
NASA has announced that researchers from Caltech used the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to discover that surface water left salt minerals behind on the surface of Mars as recently as 2 billion years ago. Scientists believe Continue reading “Water Flowed On Mars For Longer Than Previously Believed”.
Ford built a special 2021 Bronco First Edition that Barrett-Jackson will auction off today in Arizona. The vehicle is the 2021 Ford Bronco Pope Francis Center First Edition, and 100 percent of the proceeds will Continue reading “2021 Ford Bronco Pope Francis Center First Edition Is A Unique Custom”.
In 2015, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket to put the NOAA Deep Space Climate Observatory into orbit. The observatory eventually made its way to the Lagrange point to conduct its observations. Typically, Falcon 9 Continue reading “Old SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Expected To Hit The Moon”.
Kia has revealed the official pricing for its anticipated 2022 EV6. Kia offers three trim levels and two versions of the EV6 with dual motor e-AWD capability. However, before we get into pricing, it’s worth Continue reading “2022 Kia EV6 EV Costs Under $35,000 After Tax Credit”.
Ford has revealed most of the official details on the Bronco Raptor SUV. Key factoids include that it will use a 3.0-liter EcoBoost engine with special Raptor tuning targeting over 400 horsepower. Ford says it Continue reading “Ford Bronco Raptor Revealed Packing Over 400 Horsepower”.
While Nissan revealed the 2022 Rogue Sport several days ago, it has only officially confirmed the SUV’s pricing. Nissan offers the Rogue Sport in three trim levels with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The entry-level Continue reading “Official Pricing Confirmed For 2022 Nissan Rogue Sport”.
One of the most ambitious missions that NASA has conducted in a long time was putting the James Webb Space Telescope into orbit. The telescope launched on Christmas Day, and today, after traveling for 30 Continue reading “James Webb Space Telescope Has Reached Its Destination”.
NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter has lasted much longer on the Red Planet than expected. Originally, the helicopter was supposed to conduct only a few test flights to see if controlled flight on Mars was possible. Continue reading “Martian Weather Delays Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Flight”.
GM North America President Steve Carlisle has sent a statement to the GM dealership network threatening to revoke the allocation of popular GM vehicles if dealers don’t stop engaging in shady practices. Specifically, Carlisle calls Continue reading “GM Dealers Adding Money Onto Reservations And MSRP Called Out”.
Humans produce a lot of waste products, and any long-term mission in space or to another planet will need ways to deal with the waste. NASA has announced a new competition called Waste to Base Continue reading “NASA Competition Wants Help Designing Recycling Systems For Mars Missions”.
Glickenhaus is a company working to build high-speed road cars and rugged off-road racing vehicles. The company has talked about an off-road racing vehicle that’s also street legal called the Baja Boot in the past. Continue reading “Glickenhaus Built The First Zero-Emissions Baja 1000 Racing Vehicle”.
A new study has been published that sought to estimate exactly how many black holes might be hiding out there in the vastness of the universe. The answer is a number that is virtually impossible Continue reading “Ever Wonder How Many Black Holes Are Out There?”.
BMW has reached the end of the line for its iconic V12 engine, which has been used in some of its high-end luxury and sports cars for many years. The first BMW V12 turned up Continue reading “Only 12 The Final V12 7 Series Cars Will Be Available In The US”.