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Despite a car purchase generally being viewed as a long-term investment, not all vehicles can stick with you in a dependable manner.
This is the first video footage of Ferrari testing the successor of their F12 on public roads. Read more »
It's the end of an era, folks, if we've ever seen one: Audi is pulling out of the FIA World Endurance Championship – including the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Vauxhall, the British counterpart of Opel, gave us an early peek at the upcoming Insignia. Read more »
Nissan collaborated with UK-based design firm Studio Hardie to create the one-off e-NV200 WORKSPACe. Read more »
An exceptionally rare Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren MSO Edition is currently up for sale from a German dealership with a price tag that'll make your eyes water.
Yet another Chinese automaker has launched a new model heavily inspired by an existing car, this time blatantly ripping off the BMW i3.
Kia is hard at work putting the final touches to its extensively modified Niro set to debut at SEMA 2016 next week.
Unveiled earlier this year and aimed solely at the Chinese market, the Volkswagen Phideon is now available for order, with prices ranging between 349,000-659,000 yuan ($51,536-$97,313).
With the launch of the new E-Class All-Terrain, Mercedes has entered the increasingly competitive market for ruggedized station wagons.
Typically, a brand new racing car needs some time to iron out any teething issues before it is capable of challenging for the checkered flag.
Dealerships may still be the primary method by which automakers interact with their customers and the public, but “brand experience” locations are becoming more and more commonplace for high-end marques especially.
As Volkswagen looks to increase its profit margins, it has emerged that the upcoming facelifted VW Golf, due to arrive next month, won't be offered in the same number of variants as currently offered.
The world's first commercial shipment by a self-driving truck has just been completed by Otto and Anheuser-Busch.
The next-generation Holden Commodore is edging closer to a launch Down Under and now, has been detailed and previewed in prototype guise.
An image revealing the overhauled front fascia of the next-generation Kia Picanto city car has leaked online before the vehicle's early 2017 debut.
BMW said it will be attending this year's Los Angeles Auto Show with a wide range of cars, from the 'eco-friendly' 330e to the potent Alpina B7, but there was no mention of the new 5-Series or any other world premiere, for that matter. Read more »
The problem with always having the latest technology in your car is that you never know what could go wrong and when, especially with something as gimmicky as the Tesla Model X's self-closing/opening doors.
The 2017 Subaru BRZ follows hot on the heels of the updated Toyota 86, which came to North America to replace the FR-S after the demise of the Scion brand.
Meet the second generation of MINI’s soft crossover, the bigger and more masculine 2017 Countryman, revealed a few weeks prior to its world debut at the LA Auto Show in mid-November.