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Audi Would Have Paid Fiat Chrysler a "Significant" Amount of Money for Q2 Name

Sources from Audi have confirmed that the automaker has failed to gain permission from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to use the Q2 nameplate for its upcoming compact SUV, which is why the model will receive the Q1 moniker.

Alpine Teases Vision Gran Turismo Virtual Racecar

Alpine’s Vision Gran Turismo virtual race car isn’t exactly a secret anymore, as the first images were leaked on the web earlier this month.

Toyota Unveils New Alphard and Vellfire Minivans in Japan

Toyota today launched the redesigned Alphard and Vellfire minivans on the Japanese market, with the new models promising a roomy interior, a comfortable ride and “exceptional handling stability,” thanks to a newly developed double-wishbone suspension at the rear.

Renault's New C-Segment SUV Called Kadjar, Will Be Unveiled on February 2

Renault has announced that its new C-segment crossover will be called Kadjar, with a launch date set for February 2.

CR Gives An American Take On The 2015 Jeep Renegade

The Jeep Renegade is possibly the least American Jeep ever, but should we hold that against it? Read more »

Reports Suggest Porsche's Smaller Sedan Could Be Turned Into A Tesla Model S Fighter

The luxury sedan field might be too crowded, even for Porsche, so the long-rumored Panamera sibling may be going electric-only to make it go directly up against the Tesla Model S.

Ambitious Upcoming Online Space Sim Has its Own Version of Top Gear

Right, so games nowadays need not only be pretty yet functional, mature yet fit for a broad audience, but also do their best to immerse the player.

Die Another Day: Second-Gen BMW 5 GT On Its Way?

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all but even a loving mother wouldn’t have proclaimed the 5-Series Gran Turismo anything but, um, ungainly.

Liberty Walk Shows Off Wild Lamborghini Huracan Wide Body

The Lamborghini Huracan is the striking new successor to the Italian automaker's best-selling Gallardo.

Audi CEO Confirms Q8 SUV, Will Launch By 2020

A new Audi Q7 was long overdue, having been on the market since late 2005. Ingolstadt obliged and premiered the all-new, second-generation model at the recent Detroit Auto Show.

Godzilla Stars in Part 2 of Dragtimes 2014 Top 10

Just like in Part 1, the Nissan GT-R seems to be the best choice when it comes to heavy after-market work.

Honda Is Done With The Accord In Europe, Leaves Midsize Sedan Segment

While it's consistently one of the best-selling nameplates in North America, Honda is officially giving up on the Accord in Europe.

2016 Shelby GT350R Allegedly Laps 'Ring in 7:32.19, 5 Sec Faster Than Camaro Z/28

Let's get right to it: citing an insider, Horsepower Kings claims the 2016 Shelby GT350R has recorded a staggering 7:32.19 lap time around the Nurburgring.

Shocker: Ukrainian Dash Cam Catches Destruction of Rocket Attack in Mariupol

Now, I'm not going to get all preachy about how affecting the lives of innocent people in order to push political and diplomatic agendas through military action is so-last-century (or should be), but you cannot remain unaffected by videos such as this one.

745 HP Maserati MC12 Corsa Driven on Public Roads

Now the “corsa” in the Maserati MC12 Corsa’s name stands for “race,” which is what it was designed for.

Audi Shows Off Fully-Restored DKW Electric Van from 1956

DKW was one of the four original brands that eventually formed Audi. In 1956, it made a vehicle called the Schnellaster Kastenwagen, which roughly translates to Rapid Transit Panel Van, a vehicle powered by a 42 hp two-stroke three-cylinder engine displacing 896cc.

Toyota Remains World’s Biggest Automaker in 2014, May Lose No.1 Spot This Year

Toyota has managed to keep its crown as the world’s biggest automaker in 2014, selling 10,23 million vehicles, approximately 90,000 more than the VW Group.

Production Elio Three-Wheeler Still a Year Away

The frugal (and quite interesting) Elio three wheeler is not dead, but its market launch has been pushed back a year to 2016.

Alfa’s Super Cool 75 Turbo Evoluzione is a Proper Mad Italian

You could say that the Alfa 75 Turbo Evoluzione is the Italian automotive equivalent of a unicorn, seen usually only in press photos and nowhere else.

Future BMW 3-Series Could Help Start EV Revolution

BMW is getting ready to re-engineer the way they build cars, focusing on developing all-wheel drive plug-in hybrids and possibly electric vehicles for their entire range in the future.