The car that couldn’t get away, how to wash your car, 2022 BMW i4: The Week In Reverse

We recounted the story of the car that couldn’t get away; we detailed how to properly wash a car; and the 2022 BMW i4 was spotted. It’s the Week in Reverse, right here at Motor Authority.

Senior Editor Kirk Bell recounted the story of the search for his dad’s old Pontiac drag car. Time and again, Kirk was able to find the car but hasn’t been able to bring himself to buy it.

A clean car is a happy car. We laid out the proper steps to safely wash your vehicle while minimizing the potential for scratching the paint. Follow this procedure and you’ll have a shiny, happy, and clean vehicle.

Jaguar’s future is about elegance and the man behind it is Julian Thomson. Thomson told Motor Authority his team wants to bring emotion, romance, and glamor back to the Jaguar brand.

Porsche released new head units for

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U.S. Auto Sales Hit Record Low In April

April Sales Declined 53% Year Over Year
First, the bad news. Based on our analysis of the latest sales data, we estimate that just 633,260 new cars and trucks were sold in April, eclipsing the previous low of 655,000 in January 2009 and translating to a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 7.7 million. To put that number into context, we reported a SAAR of 16.3 million for April 2019. That’s a year-over-year drop of 53%.

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The Ugliest Cars of the 1990s | Automobile Magazine

The 1990s saw a sea change in automotive design as cars got sleeker and more aerodynamic. Sure, we saw some beautiful cars in the 1990s—but we also saw some real horrors. Here are the worst of the worst.

1990 Chevrolet Lumina

The GM-10 cars were really quite spectacular, at least by General-Motors-in-the-Roger-Smith-years standards: The Olds Cutlass Supreme looked futuristic, the Pontiac Grand Prix looked sporty, and the Buick Regal looked, er, regal. So how did the Lumina end up as a featureless blob? We imagine that just as the designers were congratulating themselves on three great cars, they remembered that they forgot to design the Lumina. In the frantic struggle to come up with something, someone jostled their coffee, pointed to the droplets on the desk and said “Let’s just make it look like that.”

1990 Chrysler Imperial

It’s not just the

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