Florida woman tries to steal car and dyes her hair to get away

Update from the official Clearwater PD Facebook page 8/7: " We have our suspect in custody. Someone saw the photos on Facebook and recognized having seen her recently and called us. Detectives found her and arrested her -- but with different color hair after she dyed it to look different than the photos we published. She's been jailed on multiple charges. Thanks to everyone for helping us solve this case!"
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2022 Honda Passport TrailSport Rugged Roads Project

It was designed by Jon Tuico - you probably know him if you follow YouTube channel JonDZ Adventuring - and will be firstly presented at the Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona from Sept. 24-26, 2021. Can the Honda Accord Sport 2.0t Take On The BMW 330iX In a Drag...
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Honda Motorcycle Engines Are The Stars Of This Rooftop Symphony

One of the joys of riding any bike you love is often the sound its engine makes. That’s why Honda Brasil created an ad featuring a Honda motorbike symphony on a São Paulo rooftop. Any OEM can tell you about why it wants you to buy its bikes, but Honda decided the best course of action was to let the bikes speak—or sing—for themselves.

Toyota's CEO Still Thinks EVs Are The Enemy

It's no secret Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda is not a fan of battery-electric vehicles. He's not outright against the technology, but rather convinced the automaker founded by his late grandfather shouldn't be putting all of its eggs into one basket. This is in contrast to General Motors and other rivals who've already pledged commitments to an all-electric future. Toyoda has been criticized for his beliefs but the guy refuses to back down, specifically regarding Japanese government policy.

Car buyers are giving up as chip shortage dwindles new car inventories further

It's no secret the new car buying process is currently a challenge. With no end in sight to the semiconductor chip shortage, new car inventories remain thin and average prices inch up from the $40,000 mark. Now, new data shows car buyers are starting to simply throw in the towel on the process. According to Kelley Blue Book and Cox Automotive data from Tuesday, nearly half of new car shoppers are walking away.

These Are Your 2022 North American Car & Truck Of The Year Semifinalists

The North American Car, Truck, and Utility Vehicle of the Year (NACTOY) Awards recognize the most highly rated new vehicles on sale in the US. For the 2022 awards, the list of 23 semifinalists has been revealed at Motor Bella. Along with some familiar nameplates, this year's semifinalists comprise more electric vehicles than ever before, while trucks also feature prominently. For the 2021 event, the North American Car of the Year was the Hyundai Elantra, while the Ford F-150 and Mustang Mach-E took home the awards for the best truck and utility vehicle respectively. Hyundai and Ford have once again appeared as semifinalists for 2022.

2022 Honda Civic sedan and hatchback snag IIHS' Top Safety Pick Plus award

We like the newly redesigned Honda Civic. Not only is it as pleasant to drive and as affordable as ever, but it's got more tech than ever, too, and styling we really dig -- its best in a couple of generations, easily. Better than that, it's extremely safe: The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced on Thursday that both the 2022 Honda Civic sedan and hatchback have received its coveted Top Safety Pick Plus award.

Superbikes | Bautista’s spectacular crash in Jerez and the bike ends up smashed – Superbike video

Superbikes | Bautista’s spectacular fall in Jerez and the motorcycle ends up smashed. The Spanish rider, Alvaro Bautista, had a spectacular crash on the Jerez track. The Talaverano lost the front end of his motorcycle at the Alex Crivillé curve and completely destroyed the Honda CBR. Fortunately, Bautista was unharmed from the accident and was able to get off the track on his own feet.

Honda Stages Rarest-Ever Exhibit To Spur On Red Bull’s F1 Victory Chances

Boasting the dual purpose of generating public support for and awareness of Red Bull Honda’s bid to win a long overdue F1 championship this year, while focusing attention on its legendary Grand Prix winning cars of three decades ago, Japan’s No 3 carmaker extracted it’s most prized possessions from a museum 80 miles north of Tokyo to create the rarest exhibit you’re ever likely to see.

FRegional Americas reveals 2022 calendar, new drivers join latest round

The calendar for next year’s Formula Regional Americas season has been revealed, and consists once again entirely of races in the United States. In 2020 and ’21 the championship organiser attempted to add a round in Canada at the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivieres, but on both occasions the COVID-19 pandemic led to its cancellation.

Verstappen: Impossible to pass with my top speed

Red Bull have opted to take an engine penalty for Max Verstappen for the 2021 Russian Grand Prix, believing that Sochi will provide overtaking opportunities as they go out for damage limitation on Sunday. With a three-place grid penalty for his involvement in the collision with Formula 1 title rival...

Palou: "To finish 11th in IndyCar is not that easy nowadays"

With three wins and five other podium finishes – including runner-up last weekend at Laguna Seca – Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s series sophomore arrives at the finale with a 35-point margin over his nearest opposition, Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet’s Pato O’Ward. Even if O’Ward wins the race, and gains the bonus point...

Marko explains Verstappen engine penalty decision

Helmut Marko has outlined the rationale behind Red Bull’s decision to take Max Verstappen’s engine penalty at the Russian Grand Prix. Verstappen is to start the race at Sochi from the back of the grid as new Honda power unit parts will be used in his car for the fourth time this season.