Regular Car Reviews Reviews The New York Auto Show

By Raphael Orlove

Secret beings from a faraway place known as “Pennsylvania” (I think it’s somewhere near Belarus) descended upon New York City last week with clipboards in hand and bright eyes in their eyeball-holes. Yes, Regular Car Reviews did the NY Auto Show.

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Sunday, April 20th, 2014 Jalopnik No Comments

What Are Your Favorite Automotive Easter Eggs?

By Sn210, Type-S on Oppositelock, shared by Raphael Orlove to Jalopnik

What Are Your Favorite Automotive Easter Eggs?

Like the “100″ in the GT’s head light

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50 years ago today, the public got its first taste of video calls

It seemed like the inevitable future at the time, we're sure. On April 20th in 1964, Bell Telephone showed off the Mod 1 Picturephone -- a precursor to the Skype and Hangouts video calls that have become a standard but under-utilized feature of...
Sunday, April 20th, 2014 Engadget, Technology No Comments

Camaro Crashes Mustang's 50th Birthday With Predictable Results

By Raphael Orlove

Camaro Crashes Mustang's 50th Birthday With Predictable Results

I’m not exactly sure why this Chevy Camaro got towed at the Mustang’s 50th Birthday celebration at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but I can’t say I’m surprised it happened.

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Sunday, April 20th, 2014 Jalopnik No Comments

It’s Final — Corn Ethanol Is Of No Use

Two new reports from The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change find that while corn ethanol does burn cleaner than petroleum products, the overall indirect impact from emissions is greater than that of petroleum products. The International Institute for Sustainable Development was not so diplomatic, and estimates that the CO2 and climate benefits from replacing petroleum fuels with biofuels like ethanol are basically zero. Comments
Sunday, April 20th, 2014 HardOCP No Comments