The history of automotive design is littered with bold attempts to create vehicles so different in how they look and how they work that they render obsolete everything that’s come before. The most daring of these are usually concept cars, which aren’t limited by practicality or government regulations and can therefore allow automakers to really push the limits.
Do you remember that wretched “Macarena” song? Well, it’s number seven on Billboard’s All-Time Top 100. As ever, popularity doesn’t necessarily equate with an award-winning product. Fortunately, none of the 10 current top-selling cars in America are as terrible as that too-catchy 1990s dance tune that’s actually about an unfaithful woman. Nonetheless, only one car on this list, the long-favored Honda Accord, also earned a spot on our 10Best Cars list for 2016.
Spoon Sports responds to Honda Japan's current red badge deficiency by creating its own version of the Civic R around the unassuming FD chassis sedan. The world may never look at 4-doors the same way again.
Many critics believed GM could never build a mid-size sedan to compete with the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. But, the 2012 Chevrolet Malibu sedan has made believers out of the most strident GM-bashers and given the entire mid-size segment a loud wakeup call. Chevy's Malibu is a stylish sedan with a handsome, intelligently laid-out interior, a choice of fuel-efficient 4- or 6-cylinder engines, and a penchant for driving.
The all-wheel-drive system on Subarus has a reputation for being rugged and reliable in snow, mud, and rain. It is just the thing for foot-high drifts and mush.
We only have one future, and it will be made of our dreams, if we have the courage to challenge convention’ – Soichiro Honda.Innovation in design and engineering is what drives Honda forward, our constant desire to innovate and make our cars better for the benefit of our drivers. It is through Concept Cars that Honda push the boundaries of design and engineering to develop the road cars of tomorrow.
Colorado law requires that motor vehicle owners must register their vehicle with the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles before taking it on the road. Both new and second-hand vehicles must be registered, regardless of whether they are purchased from a dealer or an individual. In addition, new Colorado residents who have registered their vehicle in another state must register their vehicle in Colorado. The initial vehicle registration must be done in person, and registration renewals must be done annually, either in person, online or by mail.