Subaru unveiled its new 2015 WRX at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The new model replaces the existing Impreza WRX, and it looks ready to perform with improved milage and air intake, wide body, and powerful fine-tuned engine. Its 2.0-liter engine puts out 268 horsepower and a forceful 258lb-feet of torque, allowing it to hit 60mph in about 5.4 seconds. Inside, it sports a spacious interior which has been expanded to include more leg room in the cabin.
The push to make the road safer by limiting – and punishing – distracted drivers reached a new stage when recent studies revealed that distracted driving is more dangerous than drunk driving. We’ve seen similar studies in the past, including experiments done by the TV show Mythbusters and Car and Driver magazine. Read more