When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world.
Here’s a handful of the articles, videos and social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand-new, others have been online for a while.
Enjoy them – just not too much, okay?
Bob Lutz: The Shadiest People I Ever Worked With - Bob Lutz, Road&Track
Later in life, I met quite a few “Uncle Freddys”—passionate, intelligent men who were easy to like but prone to taking shortcuts.
Segway-Ninebot introduces an e-scooter that can drive itself to a charging station - Andrew J. Hawkins, The Verge
Segway-Ninebot has a solution for all of those dockless electric scooters that need to be gathered up every night for charging: build one that can drive itself to the charging station.
A Long-Lost Le Mans Mazda Rotary Relic Reappears - Ron Celestine, SpeedHunters
Earlier this year, I headed along to Fuji Speedway to check out the annual Motor Fan Fest. While I was interested in seeing what this event was all about, I had been tipped off that a very special car thought lost for 35 years would be attending. Knowing that, I just had to get down to Fuji and check it out with my very own eyes.
The Average Challenger Buyer Is 51 Years Old, Somehow Younger Than Mustang And Camaro Buyers - Mack Hogan, Jalopnik
While some people may assume that a large percentage of muscle car buyers are Detroit-area retirees, Challenger brand manager Kevin Hellman is here to prove them wrong: in an interview with Muscle Cars & Trucks, he said that the median Challenger buyer is just 51.
'Nazi Porsche' valued at $20m fails to sell amid California auction confusion - Edward Helmore, The Guardian
A car designed by Ferdinand Porsche in Nazi Germany that was expected to sell for millions failed to find a buyer at an auction in California on Saturday, amid scenes of confusion and derision.