Looking to fill up on auto news? We’ve clocked some miles traversing the Web for all things auto-related. Pull in, grab a coffee and digest some of the week’s most interesting news with us.
“2017 Acura NSX first drive [w/video],” Autoblog
There’s a new supercar coming: the Acura NSX goes on sale in spring 2016 and is much changed from its first generation predecessor. A “unique supercar,” it comes with “a giant bag of tricks,” has a 191 mph top speed and will cost about $170,000.
Can you picture yourself in this car? The Nissan IDS Concept “promises a very different vision of tomorrow,” says the Japanese carmaker, reported in Venture Beat. You’re given the choice to drive or not to drive and even when selecting “Piloted Drive” and handing control to the car, the vehicle’s performance mimics the driver’s style.
After weeks of anticipation and teaser images from Mazda, here are some eye-catching pictures of the Mazda RX-Vision Concept car, which is currently part of the Tokyo Motor Show. The striking, sleek looks of the new coupe are just as exciting as the return of a rotary engine, says Jalopnik’s Patrick George.
Honda’s hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle, Clarity, feels like “a real leap forward in the shift toward fuel cell vehicles and a so-called ‘hydrogen society’,” says Forbes. That fuel cell system is a tenth of the cost of previous versions and fits under the hood like a gas-powered V6. There’s room in the trunk too.
It’s true; there simply aren’t enough cat videos on the Internet. But this is a biker to the rescue of a kitten stranded on a busy road.
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