New Honda Two-Motor Hybrid Model Coming in 2018

At the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Honda announced that they’re bringing an all-new two-motor hybrid in 2018. These plans prove Honda’s overall electrification initiative as half of Honda’s all-new vehicle launches in the next two years will feature some sort of electric-drive technology. This initiative’s goal is to have two-thirds of all sales come from electrified vehicles by 2030, in hopes of cutting total C02 emissions in half by 2050.

Watch the Unveiling of Every New Car at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show

Foreign and domestic car companies unveiled their new vehicles for 2017 & beyond at the 2017 North American International Auto Show (Detroit Auto Show) recently and did they ever have some lookers. Watch this brief video for a sneak peek at this lineup!

Should I Warm Up My Car’s Engine In The Winter?

In the past, the common practice was to “gear up and let it idle to warm up my car’s engine.” However, contrary to this former best practice, this strategy does not prolong the life of your engine. In fact, it strips oil away from the engine’s cylinders and pistons.

In an internal combustion engine, pistons compress a mixture of air and vaporized fuel within each of the engine’s cylinders. The mixture is then ignited to create a combustion event, like a small, controlled explosion that powers the engine.

But, when your engine is cold, the gasoline is less likely to evaporate and create the correct ratio of air and vaporized fuel for these small explosions. Engines with electronic fuel injection have sensors that compensate for the cold by pumping more gasoline into the mixture. The engine continues to run this way until it heats up to about 40 degrees.

Which Household Products Performed Just as Well as RainX Anti-Fog? [Videos]

Anti-fog, it may be one of the greatest inventions since sliced bread.

…Ok, that was an exaggeration…

But for glasses and hockey visors, anti-fog solutions are great, especially during the winter. Now some people may not be aware of this but, some everyday products have been proven to be just as effective as a bottle of RainX anti-fog.

In this video, ChrisFix shot a YouTube video putting some urban legends to the test and found that one product performed just as well as RainX’s Anti-Fog. The products were: shaving cream, baby soap, hand sanitizer, and a potato. Can you guess which one worked? Watch the video to find out which product will keep your windows from fogging up for less than a bottle of RainX!

Looking for another solution? Here’s a second video where ChrisFix put viewers’ submissions to the test. SPOILER ALERT: He had another winner!