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PostHeaderIcon Budget Direct Renders the Evolution of 7 Timeless Models

There is no shortage of car models in the auto industry these days. Some models have gained followings while others have become flashes in the pan. Then there are the titans of the business, the models that have lasted the test of time and have been around, literally, for generations. In the course of their respective lifetimes, these models have evolved in more ways than one, none more evident than their designs. These seven models have been around for so long their designs have evolved considerably from when they first came out. Knowing their place in the business, these models are unlikely to go away anytime soon.

PostHeaderIcon A Look at America's Relationship with Electric Vehicles

Electric cars have technically been around since 1837 when a chemist named Robert Davidson built an electric car that was powered by galvanic cells. But, the first highway-legal electric vehicle didn’t hit the market until 2008. Since then, interest in electric vehicles has increased slowly but steadily, and in 2017 there are at least 25 PEVs now available on the market. This includes models like the Tesla Model S and X, Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid, Mercedes C350E, and the Volvo XC90 90 T8 PHEV, among others.

So, what is a PEV, really? A PEV is a subset of electric vehicles that includes all-electric or battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs), and electric vehicle conversions of hybrid electric vehicles and conventional internal combustion engine vehicles. But, are PEVs actually taking a hold in the automotive market or are they set to see a decline as they did in the early 1900s? Well, we’ve put together an infographic to detail our relationship with PEVs here in the United States and just how well they sold in 2016 in comparison to 2015. So, let’s take a look at the infographic in detail and talk a little more about it.

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PostHeaderIcon 2016 Electric Vehicle Sales in the U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

Electric cars have technically been around since 1837 when a chemist named Robert Davidson built an electric car that was powered by galvanic cells. But, the first highway-legal electric vehicle didn’t hit the market until 2008. Since then, interest in electric vehicles has increased slowly but steadily, and in 2017 there are at least 25 PEVs now available on the market. This includes models like the Tesla Model S and X, Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid, Mercedes C350E, and the Volvo XC90 90 T8 PHEV, among others.

So, what is a PEV, really? A PEV is a subset of electric vehicles that includes all-electric or battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs), and electric vehicle conversions of hybrid electric vehicles and conventional internal combustion engine vehicles. But, are PEVs actually taking a hold in the automotive market or are they set to see a decline as they did in the early 1900s? Well, we’ve put together an infographic to detail the electric vehicle market statistics here in the United States for the year 2016, including market growth, most popular models, and the number of sales by state. So, let’s take a look at the infographic in detail and talk a little more about it.

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PostHeaderIcon Car Infographics: 2015 Auto Industry: From Recession to Recovery to Record Sales

The last few decades in the auto industry have certainly seen their ups and downs. The auto industry went from selling 17.3 million vehicles in 2000 to only moving 10.4 million units in the “Great Recession” of 2009. That’s fewer sales than in 1993 when the auto industry sold 13.9 million new vehicles. Slumping sales appear to be behind us, thankfully, as 2015 posted record numbers. Some 17.5 million new vehicles found homes last year.

Deals and incents can take some credit. Taking a look at the infographic down below, you’ll see incentives rose 3.9 percent per vehicle between 2014 and 2015, despite the average transaction price per vehicle rising some 2.5 percent from 2014 to $33,188.

The infographic also shows a telling story about buying practices as well. More drivers are leasing than ever before. In fact, 29 percent of new car sales are through a lease option. That represents a mere two percent rise over 2014, but a whopping 13 percent rise since 2005.

Buying trends are also in flux. Truck, crossover, and SUV sales are growing, while the car market is slowing dropping. Crossovers hold the highest growth, up 18.5 percent, followed by trucks at 13.1 percent and SUVs at 10.7 percent. The car segment lags behind, dropping 2.2 percent. Hard numbers tell a different tale; truck sales rose to more than 9.7 million new units, well above the dropping 7.7 million cars sold in 2015. Leading truck sales, of course, is the venerable Ford F-Series.

There’s plenty of factors and explanations for these facts, so be sure to check out the full infographic further down the page. Just click “continue reading.”

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PostHeaderIcon Car Infographic: Top 10 Apps for Car Owners

Smartphone apps have made many aspects of our lives easier, and there is a very good chance that your life could be made better right now if you only knew which app to download in order to do it. And that might even extend to driving, but it’s sometimes difficult to figure out where to start when researching apps. There are an estimated 1.6 million apps available for Android, and Apple is only just behind with 1.5 million. So it would helpful to have someone else, someone with a lot of time on their hands, to take a look and find some really good driving apps, maybe even some of the ones you didn’t know you needed.

The folks at SMF, an online auto parts retailer in Ireland, has compiled a handy list of their top 10 app picks for car owners. Some of these are for navigation, always an important thing for drivers, and it never hurts to have a backup for when the app that came with your phone goes all Apple Maps on you. Another one sure to get a lot of use is TuneIn Radio, because good driving music is nearly as crucial as knowing where you’re going.

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PostHeaderIcon The World's Most Searched Car Brands: Infographic

If you’ve been following the auto industry, you probably already know that Toyota was the world’s biggest-selling carmaker in 2014, with 10.23 million vehicles delivered worldwide. On top of everyone else for the third consecutive year, the Japanese brand was followed by the Volkswagen Group, with 10.14 million units, and General Motors, with 9.92 million. But does this mean these three brands are the most popular in the world?

Not exactly, and I have just the right infographic to prove it.

In late 2014, search giant Google released its annual Trends report, which included the most-searched automakers. Believe it or not, in the U.S. Toyota came in fourth and Volkswagen didn’t even make the top 10. Ford was the most-searched brand, with Jeep and Dodge in second and third, respectively.

Though it may seem complicated, the reasons for this discrepancy are quite simple. Selling millions of cars doesn’t make an automaker popular. It just means that said manufacturer meets the needs of more customers than others. “Needs” include not just types of cars, but availability and affordability as well. This is why companies that sell more cars produce a lot of econoboxes and focus on emerging markets such as Asia-Pacific and South America.

In other words, most people searching for a Subaru WRX don’t actually buy one. A WRX won’t satisfy a family man’s needs in terms of roominess and cargo space, but a larger sedan or an SUV will. The more affordable the better, and we’re back to why Toyota and Volkswagen came to cross swords for the world’s biggest selling carmaker.

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PostHeaderIcon Car Infographic: "NYC to LA: The Ultimate 30 Day Road Trip"

Summer’s not over, and it’s not too late to pack up the car and go exploring. As any dedicated road-tripper will tell you, there are literally thousands of sights to see when you drive across America. It’s the only way to really get a feeling for the sheer size and diversity of this country. Driving straight from New York to Los Angeles is a four-day affair (unless you’re in the Cannonball Run) and that’s without stopping to smell the roses, admire the natural wonders, or check out the local cuisines. Visualistan.com has come up with an “ultimate 30-day road trip” infographic to give you some travel ideas.

Aimed at European travelers, this guide is designed to give the most “American” experience possible, taking travelers straight to the heart of Manhattan (with a stop by the Empire State Building, of course) before jetting off to historic locations like Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Along the way, you’ll stop in Nashville, New Orleans, San Antonio, Aspen, Vegas, the Grand Canyon and more. That’s a lot of The Land of the Free to pack into one trip, and for those who can take the 30 days to pull it off, it will be unforgettable. If I may be so bold, I’d suggest a late-1970s Mercury Colony Park station wagon (with faux wood trim of course) to give the trip the proper ambience. Don’t forget to bring a credit card for gas.

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PostHeaderIcon 2016 Mazda Miata VS 2015 Porsche Boxster

In its 26 years of history until 2015, the Mazda MX-5 Miata saw three generations, several design updates, and numerous engine changes. Conceived as a rear-wheel-drive, compact roadster that was both affordable and fun to drive, the Miata quickly became a hit with sports car enthusiasts and one of the hottest-selling convertibles on the market. For 2016, the Japanese roadster received an extensive overhaul inside and out, along with a new, powerful, yet still fuel-efficient engine.

The fourth-generation Miata came in a time when both the Honda S2000 and Toyota MR2, its traditional rivals, are no longer on the market. With both the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky also gone — along with the brands that sold them — and the Mini Roadster discontinued as of 2015, the Miata is pretty much alone in its niche.

With no other roadster is as affordable as the MX-5, Mazda is now aiming the 2016 Mazda Miata at the 2013-2015 Porsche Boxster, which is both more expensive and significantly more powerful. In the real world, the Miata would be no match for the German. However, Mazda set out to prove that the Boxster isn’t that much better than the Miata in a comparison made by Mazda Parts USA that takes both performance and pricing into account. We decided to add our own input to this virtual test and have a look at the styling and amenities that come with each roadster as well.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 Guide To Electric Cars

As electrified lightening-bolt power continues its battle with internal combustion on the track (just look to the front grid of Le Mans and the podium of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb for a few recent examples), the same is happening on the road. As you’ve no doubt heard, electric vehicles are exploding in popularity – but where, how, and in what sort of quantities? The answers to these questions and many more lie in this infographic.

It starts with annual plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) sales, which has seen a steep rise in the past few years, with a projection of 430,000 new models hitting the road by the end of 2015. 

The U.S. is the No.1 buyer of PEVs, gobbling up nearly 300,000, with Japan following at 108,248 and China third with 83,198.

Popular models include the 2015 BYD Qin in China, the 2014 Chevy Volt in the U.S., and the 2014 Nissan Leaf in Japan. The Leaf is also quite popular stateside, and at over 60,000 units sold worldwide, it’s the best-selling EV in the world.

But what about range? The highest manufacturer-claimed all-electric driving distance goes to the 2015 Tesla Model S with 270 miles, followed by the 2015 Kia Soul EV and 2014 Fiat 500e. 

Of course, there’s plenty more info available here, so click the link to get the complete breakdown. That way, the next time you get into a discussion with your local ICE-lover, you’ll come prepared.

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PostHeaderIcon Car Infographic: Record Breaking Battery Power

In the not too distant past, automotive industry folks from every walk of life fretted endlessly over the proliferation of the electric vehicle, declaring over and over again that the age of internal combustion was coming to a close and that the way of life humanity had had known for over a century was about to meet an abrupt end. Nowadays, you still hear from that glass-half-empty crowd every so often, but their outcries are a bit muted in the face of the numerous opportunities presented by battery power. So fear not, my fellow speed lovers – the baby won’t get tossed with the bath water when it comes to velocity and electron-powered propulsion, as demonstrated in this infographic. 

Standouts include the 204-mph Lola B12/69 EV race car, the 270-mph Venturi Buckeye Bullet 3, and the 202-mph Bullet remote control car (that’s right, an RC car that breaks 200 mph. Check it out here). But the electric craziness isn’t relegated to just land craft – there’s also the 203-mph Rutan Long-ESA airplane and 187-mph Cigarette Racing/AMG Electric Drive speedboat.

The infographic was created by PureDrive Batteries Limited, a U.K.-based provider of batteries for cars, motorcycles, RVs, boats, and mobility vehicles. Considering where the world seems to be headed, it’s probably a good business to get into.

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Car Infographic: Record Breaking Battery Power originally appeared on topspeed.com on Friday, 15 May 2015 12:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Infographic: "10 Greatest Car Movies Ever Made"

In the history of great car movies, it’s not uncommon to see the characters sporting four wheels steal the limelight. Certain films portray vehicles on screen that have an undeniable character, a presence that can rival even the biggest names you see all over the credits. Unfortunately, there’s no Automotive Academy Award, but if there were such a thing, this infographic would list some of its top recipients.

Created by Jennings Motor Group, this infographic seeks to answer the question of which car movie “was the most successful.” Standouts include American Graffiti (1973, Ford Model B ‘Deuce Coupe’), Gone In 60 Seconds (1974, Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Eleanor), The Italian Job (1969, Mk1 Austin Mini Cooper), Senna (2010, McLaren MP4/4 F1), Bullitt (1968, Ford Mustang GT Fastback), Cars (2006, International Harvester Boom Truck), and The Fast And The Furious (2001, Dodge Charger R/T). 

It’s a pretty good list, but I can’t help but think about those unforgettable vehicles that didn’t make the cut because the films in which they appear aren’t necessarily considered “car movies.” For starters, there’s the DeLorean DMC-12 from Back To The Future. While not exactly the fastest two-door in the world, it’s hard to separate the movie and the gull-winged DeLorean.

Another is the 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor ambulance from Ghostbusters, aka the Ecto-1. One look at the tall rear fins and roof-mounted gadgets is enough to make any fan reach for his or her proton pack.

Continue reading to learn which were the 10 greatest car movies ever made.

Infographic: "10 Greatest Car Movies Ever Made" originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 29 April 2015 15:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 Ford F-150 Weight Infographic: Trimming the Pounds

It’s easy to forget the difficulty in cutting excess weight from a vehicle. Well Ford has made an infographic showing the extreme lengths it went to in order to trim the fat off its newest F-150.

2015 Ford F-150 Weight Infographic: Trimming the Pounds originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 8 April 2015 11:30 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Infographic: Self-Driving Cars – The Future of Motoring

Ready or not, autonomous vehicles, or self-driving cars, are coming. Development doesn’t show any sign of abating, and while many cherish their time behind the wheel (TopSpeed readers most definitely included), the potential benefits of this technology are just too good to ignore.

Southside Motor Factors knows this, and has offered us a nice little infographic listing the reasons why self-driving cars are the future of motoring.

After a breakdown of the equipment behind the technology, we get statistics on road safety and the economics of collisions, two of the main justifications for the implementation of self-driving cars. This is followed by predictions about which age groups will become the first “non-driving drivers” and a timeline for adoption.

It’s good information, with solid facts and reasonable forecasts for the future. However, there is one glaring omission – the disadvantages. I’m not trying to be a downer, but it’s important to go into this with both eyes open. As this tech is brought to market, how will we navigate the ethical minefield of both human and AI drivers sharing the road? How will the unemployment of cab drivers, truckers, and similar professions affect the economy? How likely is it your car could get hacked? Will the legions of autonomous vehicles unite to launch an insurrection against humanity?

These are all important questions (well, some of them are), and while there are plenty of potential upsides, the reality of self-driving cars has yet to be proven.

Click past the jump to read more about the “Self Driving Cars – The Future of Motoring”

Infographic: Self-Driving Cars – The Future of Motoring originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 11 February 2015 09:00 EST.

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