http://www.galwayindependent.com - Everything has become so complicated now. We used to use buttons, now we swipe, pinch and tap. We used to drink coffee, now it’s orange mocha frappacinos. We used to have two channels, now it takes me three hours just to figure out what’s new on Netflix.
http://www.news24.com - Its quite appropriate that a car named Adam is so sought after by women. And it seems it is more than just the name and looks that has made the stylish Adam, that was introduced to South African consumers at the beginning of last year, being named the 2015 Women’s Car of the Year Awards for best car in the hatchback category. It has also averaged impressive sales in excess of 120 units a month.
http://www.hotrod.com - The Super Chevy Network offers a sneak peek look at Wheeler Dealers season premiere with a 1968 Corvette.
http://www.hotrod.com - With an LS swap, glassy orange-pearl finish, and updated suspension it looked like a turnkey driver. But as Chris Holstrom recalls, “It was a car with some surprises.
http://www.fool.com - GM invested $500 million in Lyft in January. Reports suggest ride-hailing startup Lyft might now be looking for a buyer. Here's what's probably happening -- and why General Motors is involved.
http://driving.ca - The Stampede is a major part of Canada’s western heritage. And since the first edition of the prairie party more than 100 years ago, a parade has helped kick off festivities.
http://www.theautochannel.com - Along with modern Challenger and Mustang, Camaro is the combination of muscle car, sports car, pony car and show-off car. Back in the day (1960’s, that is) these three marques started out as inexpensive, sporty cars for the young and wanna-be young. Some iterations of each car became serious muscle cars with big V8s, most more at home on the drag strip than a curvy road. Then came handling packages and upgrades that made them competitive with European sports cars on a road course, and they became as cool-lookin’ as anything on the boulevard.
http://rapidcityjournal.com - Colorful, souped up, shiny Camaros brightened the day of veterans at Fort Meade VA Medical Center Friday. It's become a tradition of participants in the Sturgis Camaro Rally to make the veterans hospital the first stop on their run through the Black Hills.
http://www.foxsports.com - It's been almost exactly one year ago that Austin Dillon's No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet went for a terrifying ride in a horrific wreck at Daytona International Speedway.
http://www.businessinsider.com - The mid-engined Corvette is the Loch Ness monster of the automotive world. The heavily-camouflaged object in the photos that inevitably wind up on car websites could be a Corvette.