Vehicle specification
data on demand

Your data source for performance, safety, and feature specifications on electric and combustion vehicles. 

Developers First 

Our straight-forward solution is designed for developers. Our goal is to provide you an easy-to-integrate data source for both electric and combustion vehicle specifications.

Data on demand

Our data is available through a REST API, making data access easy and familiar

 

Built-in documentation

Our full documentation is on Rapid API,  giving you quick access to code and example responses

 

Easy access

Simply include your generated API key in your requests and get back to development

Discover Vehicles by Make, Model, and Trim

Find the exact vehicle you need by searching for its year, make, model, and trim. 

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Make

The electric vehicle industry continues to grow and so does our list of vehicle makes. We are constantly updating our dataset to keep your information uptodate.

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Model

We have the Industry main-stays covered. Looking for something new like the Bronco,  quick like the Roadster, or efficient like the Prius? We have it all.

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Trim

From base to luxury, we cover each difference between trim levels. Check out the specifications we offer below for more information.

Our Data – Specifications

We are proud to provide an extensive list of vehicle specifications. Check out our Rapid API page for the full spec list.

const iterations = 50;
const multiplier = 1000000000;

function calculatePrimes(iterations, multiplier) {
  var primes = [];
  for (var i = 0; i < iterations; i++) {
    var candidate = i * (multiplier * Math.random());
    var isPrime = true;
    for (var c = 2; c <= Math.sqrt(candidate); ++c) {
      if (candidate % c === 0) {
          // not prime
          isPrime = false;
          break;
       }
    }
    if (isPrime) {
      primes.push(candidate);
    }
  }
  return primes;
}

function doPointlessComputationsWithBlocking() {
  var primes = calculatePrimes(iterations, multiplier);
  pointlessComputationsButton.disabled = false;
  console.log(primes);
}