Do you think Apple’s legal department buys into the theory that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery? We sure hope so, if only for the sake of Toyota’s totally wacky Fun-Vii Concept, shown this week during the Tokyo Auto Show. This three-passenger vehicle looks more like the lovechild of a mouse-pad and iPhone than any Toyota we’ve seen. Continue reading
Before we close up shop for the long weekend ahead, we’d like to take just a moment and share a few of the things for which we’re thankful this holiday season. This isn’t a snarky list — in fact, it’s a little earnest, a little hokey — but there are worse things to be, we suppose. Continue reading
The good news, especially if you’re a Buick PR rep, is that I’ve really enjoyed a week spent with the 2012 LaCrosse eAssist. The handsome 5-passenger sedan is comfortable, quiet, roomy, and it offers an EPA rated 25/36-mpg in city and highway driving. The bad news, also if you’re a Buick PR rep, is that I’m kind of embarrassed to be gushing over the fine attributes of a Buick sedan. Continue reading
My boyfriend says I’m too quick to judge people. So allow me to rectify this bad habit, at least when it comes to cars. My first impressions of the 2012 Honda Civic were definitely less than flattering. The bland exterior redesign left me indifferent. The Civic is still a handsome car, though the new one sure doesn’t look much different from the outgoing model. Continue reading
General Motors has been on a roll the past couple of years. Since emerging from a contentious bankruptcy in 2009, the company has increased profits, shown a willingness to innovate, and generated more buzz for its vehicle lineup than we’ve seen in ages (cf. the 2011 Chevy Camaro).
As part of its recent “Taxi of Tomorrow” exhibition in New York City, Nissan hosted a Ca$h Cab for charity event with host Ben Bailey fielding questions. Yours truly and my boyfriend, Matthew, opted to play for The Trevor Project, a crisis intervention and suicide prevention resource for LGBTQ youth. I’m happy to report that we did the gay community proud as Ni$$an Taxi Trivia Team 1.
Life was pretty boring at Chrysler dealers after the retro-cool PT Cruiser hit the skids. If you wanted a compact car, well, good luck. There were none to be had, at least in Chrysler showrooms.
Another month, another set of numbers for the statistics fans. We’ve pulled Gaywheels’ traffic stats for October, and we’re happy to report that, once again, the biggest bottleneck occurred on our Gay-Friendly Automakers page. It’s great to see that so many people want to know which companies treat their LGBT employees fairly. Continue reading