Someday, like our realization that 512kb of RAM isn't "all we'll ever need," we'll be driving along in our 6,000-mile range, 5-minute quick-charging, 20-lb unobtanium-powered battery-electric vehicles (flying to the moon, for all intents and purposes), and this news story will pop into our brain-mou
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Next to the American muscle car segment, the light-duty pickup truck sector is as competitive--and quintessentially American--as it gets.
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As the Corvette evolves, so does its ancestral home in sunny Bowling Green, Kentucky, a bedrock of Corvette lore as equal to the province of Modena for Ferraris, or Bavaria for its BMW namesake.