Chris Nagy

Land Rover's Discovery Vision Concept Migrates for New York Debut

Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept Migrates for New York Debut

    Since introducing the first Land Rover in 1948, the British four-wheel drive vehicle constructor has undergone a huge metamorphosis. At first sold as a work tool for farming as well as other commercial operations, the Land Rover vehicles slowly began attracting an urban crowd. The Range Rover was originally intended as a barebones four-wheel […]

How Automakers Made the Most of April Fools' Day 2014

How Automakers Made the Most of April Fools’ Day 2014

  The first full month of spring is well known to start with a day consisting of physical jokes and overall deception. April Fools’ Day 2014 produced a several hilarious moments designed to make us believe outright nonsense. This year, several members of the auto industry were involved in perpetrating their own surreal news reports. […]

Crowd Control: Sbeza Resorts to Crowdfunding for Vertigo Supercar

Crowd Control: Sbeza Resorts to Crowdfunding for Vertigo Supercar

Moving an exotic sports car from conception to street is a challenge few companies meet. For the limited manufacturers who have realized a production run, one of the biggest chores rarely accomplished by a sports car brand is establishing a reputation making it stand out. In the Czech Republic, one budding supercar maker called Sbeza […]

A Golden Time for Ford Mustang Production

A Golden Time for Ford Mustang Production

The news of the passing of William Clay Ford, the mood around the blue oval may not be a happy one coming out of this past weekend. The loss of a great ambassador to his family’s company arrives as the company is celebrating one of their most successful vehicles. Part of the design committee for […]

Toyota i-ROAD Leans Towards Radical Future in Transportation

Toyota i-ROAD Leans Towards Radical Future in Transportation

If you live or plan to take a trip to Japan, you may see one of Toyota’s most radical prospects for what the global future of personal transportation may look like. Premiering as a Toyota concept car a year ago at the Geneva Motor Show, the i-ROAD is an all-electric vehicle based in the confides […]

Automoblog.net Remembers William Clay Ford

Automoblog.net Remembers William Clay Ford

  This weekend, a member of American first family of the auto industry has passed on. At 88 years of age, William Clay Ford was a husband, father and, to most of us, a key part of Ford Motor Company over a seven-decade timeframe. The last surviving grandson of Henry Ford, William Clay Ford was […]

Huracan Hits Geneva: Lamborghini Supercar Goes Public

Huracan Hits Geneva: Lamborghini Supercar Goes Public

Sometimes, the Internet has a way of spoiling some of the surprises in life. With an extreme inundation of information even before you have found physically experienced an event or sensation, it becomes a wonder if certain events still hold meaning. While Lamborghini’s newest supercar has been spoiled ahead of an anti-climatic public arrival, believe […]

My Official Start to 2014: The Canadian International AutoShow

My Official Start to 2014: The Canadian International AutoShow

As an automotive writer, I want to completely absorb the culture behind the most wonderful creation we know as the automobile. However, as an online automotive writer, annual trips to Geneva, Los Angeles, Daytona Beach or Le Mans is not something I can easily bankroll or have bankrolled for me. For this reason, my only […]