Given all the new features, bells and whistles, cars are increasingly becoming more than just a mode of transport. So what can you expect to find in cars of the future?
Believe it or not, chain drive was a feature found on many early automobiles. Join Scott and Ben to learn more.
Join Scott and Ben as they continue their discussion of Miss Belvedere, time capsules, and a few more surprises along the way in part 2 of "The Buried Belvedere."
It's true: Someone buried a brand new 1957 Plymouth Belvedere in Tulsa, Oklahoma -- but why?
Could a self-cleaning paint really doom the carwash industry? Tune in to learn more with Scott and Ben.
Join Scott and Ben as they explore some of the strangest, most complex -- and arguably coolest -- engines in the world.
What is a Kammback, exactly? Where did the name come from, and how does this design reduce air turbulence?
Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look at pony cars with special guest Christian Sager.
This evasive maneuver test has been performed in Sweden since the 1970s, but what is it, exactly? Why is it called the Moose Test?
Rolling coal started when people with big diesel trucks held contests to see whose truck could pull the heaviest weight for the longest distance; however, for the most part, this crowd kept to themselves and contained their hobby to organized events. Now, it's a trend we see on the public streets.