- The Lincoln Town Car ceased production in 2011, but for many, a ride in a “town car” still means an actual Town Car. The New York Times did a profile on a few owners dedicated to the plush Panther-platform sedan.
“They were and are bullet cars that can go 300,000 miles easily,” said David Gustafson…communications chairman of the National Lincoln and Continental Owners Club.
- Autoblog’s Chris McGraw got behind the wheel of six generations of Toyota Land Cruiser, courtesy of the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah and reported back in both video and written form. If you’re into family photos, Autoblog also did a similar drive of six different Volkswagens.
- Ever wonder how tires work from a materials science perspective? Racecar Engineering has it all explained.
- And, finally, FCA won the latest round of court battles against Mahrindra and its Roxor side-by-side. FCA says it looks too much like a Jeep. An earlier ruling went in favor of Mahindra, while the judge in the latest decision recommends a stop-sale order. The Detroit Free Press has all the details on the ongoing fued.