Car Dealerships in Denver | New & Used Vehicles

Car Dealerships in Denver | New & Used Vehicles



The sky’s the limit: flying car racing series under development

Alauda Racing flying car racing seriesAustralia bid goodbye to local automobile manufacturing this past October as the final Holden Commodore rolled off the assembly line, but perhaps the country will be at the forefront of another transportation sector: flying cars. One Aussie’s idea isn’t an unmanned transportation pod, however. Entrepreneur Matt Pearson wants flying cars to race…


Aston Martin could race Valkyrie at Le Mans if regulations change

Aston Martin Valkyrie in near-production formAston Martin envisions a redefined LMP1 class at Le Mans if the FIA changes regulations to allow race-modified versions of hypercars to compete. If that were to happen, it would include the Aston Martin Valkyrie. The marque’s CEO, Andy Palmer, told Autocar in a report published on Monday that the Valkyrie could find its way to Le Mans if…


Ford acknowledges Focus RS coolant consumption issue

2016 Ford Focus RS by Hennessey PerformanceAfter many horror stories from owners, Ford admitted early production units of the Focus RS model’s 2.3-liter turbocharged inline-4 engine suffer from a coolant consumption problem. The issue produces misfires and white smoke before the engine reaches its optimal operating temperature. Autocar reported on Monday that Ford is “working on a repair…


Porsche will make decisions on coupe-like crossovers, electric SUVs in 2018

2019 Porsche Cayenne TurboPlans for a coupe-like crossover at Porsche aren’t finalized yet, but a decision is coming soon. Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said the brand will make a final decision on crossover coupes next year. Such a body style would rival the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe. Blume said the final decision rests on volume, but he believes there is an…


Order up: New Mercedes Sprinter coming soon with a side of telematics

Sprinter InnovationThe Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a familiar sight here in the U.S. but the rest of the world would be lost without it. The proof is in the numbers: since introducing it in 1995, Mercedes-Benz has sold more than 3.3 million. In the first nine months of 2017 it sold 142,000—and that’s at the tail end of a model cycle. Calling it a success…