Cayenne & Tzatziki: 3rd Gen Porsche in Greek Paradise

Cayenne & Tzatziki: 3rd Gen Porsche in Greek Paradise

Crete, Greece, October 24 — A bearded old woman waddles in front of this brand new Porsche Cayenne, perhaps testing its pedestrian recognition technology. We’re nearly stuck in the middle of a tiny village square whose ‘roads’ — nav software be damned — become paths if locals park their ancient Fiat Puntos in front of their homes. So if we proceed the Cayenne

A City Driver’s Friend: 2018 Acura TLX V6 SH-AWD Tech A-spec

A City Driver’s Friend: 2018 Acura TLX V6 SH-AWD Tech A-spec

TLX is just a name, not some meaningful set of initials, but could easily stand for Tender Loving Variables because there are a lot of details to love in it. Especially if you’re a city dweller who still wants some excitement in their commute. It’s the sum of its parts; baubles aren’t thrown in as a distraction, they just add

Car-Sharing Service A Serious Savior

Car-Sharing Service A Serious Savior

Do you ever stand in line at the airports or car rental offices, looking at the sky-rocketing prices for a surprisingly shitty, stained vehicle and wondering why someone hasn’t created a more updated, Airbnb style rental service for cars? That’s just because you haven’t perused the car rental black hole of the internet – and it’s not your fault. It’s

Longer Commutes Add As Much Stress As Pay Cuts

Longer Commutes Add As Much Stress As Pay Cuts

People who add 20 minutes to their daily commute experience as much stress as those who receive a 19 percent cut in pay, according to new research by the University of the West of England (UWE). British researchers found that people’s mental health worsened for every extra minute they spent traveling to and from work. The commute minimized their satisfaction

All-Electric Cars: Do They Truly Have Potential?

All-Electric Cars: Do They Truly Have Potential?

Anybody growing up before the turn of the century probably had their own ideas of what things might look like by the time, say, the year 2020 came along. Besides toys like tablets and smartwatches, it’s quite likely these ideas included—if not hovercars—at least some fancy new method of powering our automobiles. Perhaps it’s time to prepare ourselves to be

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