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BMW arrived at Pebble Beach guns blazing with two new concepts that preview future sporty production models, the previously seen Concept 8 Series concept and the Concept Z4, which was shown for the first time ever.
For years, Hyundai has been a proponent of hydrogen fuel cells. And considering it just showed off a new hydrogen-powered SUV, it’s clearly still interested in the technology.
Tom Peters has spent 35 years in GM’s design organization, amassing a portfolio of design icons that includes the first Saturn vehicles, the Corvette Indy, the Pontiac Banshee, the Cadillac Sixteen concepts, the Cadillac XLR, and the C6 Corvette.
It has to be tough to be Fiat Chrysler. Sergio Marchionne, FCA’s chief executive officer, has spent the last couple years looking for a merger, and so far, every company he’s talked to has rejected him.
The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 will make its racing debut this weekend at “Vegas to Reno,” which is billed as the longest off-road race in the U.S.
Drive it. Rev it loud. Embrace it. Sure, automotive trends continue to veer sharply toward electrification and autonomous driving.
It’s becoming more and more common for automakers to skip the rigmarole of a traditional auto show in favor of debuting vehicles at private events or even the Consumer Electronics Show.
After debuting earlier this year at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, BMW’s Concept 8 Series finally arrives on North American shores at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance alongside the new BMW Concept Z4 roadster.
We’ve known for years that BMW and Toyota have been jointly developing the successors to the Z4 and the Supra.
Hyundai showed off a near-production-ready version of its fuel cell SUV that will drop early next year in Korea, followed later by North America.
Photos of the BMW Z4 concept have leaked ahead of its official debut at Monterey Car Week. The photos were first posted by Netherlands site Autoblog.nl. Judging by these photos, BMW’s next roadster will be an absolute stunner.
The beauty of the Woodward Dream Cruise is that it’s an excuse to embrace car culture for the full week leading up to it.
Crossovers are changing the automotive industry with their record-breaking sales. So much so that many manufacturers are changing their M.O., shifting their focus to crossovers instead of sedans.
This week, tire manufacturer and major automotive supplier Continental introduced the New Wheel Concept.
Almost every major automaker is making electric cars, but we don’t hear too much buzz about electric delivery trucks.
Crossover fatigue. This term, which was uttered half-jokingly during a recent staff meeting discussing one of the many crossover comparison tests we were attempting to execute, describes consumers who might be overwhelmed (and perhaps underwhelmed) by the countless crossovers available today.
Earlier this week, we reported that a Chinese company had offered to buy Fiat Chrysler, but that offer was rejected for not being big enough. Reportedly, there were other Chinese automakers also looking to make an offer, but none had done so yet.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra will no longer serve on an economic advisory council to President Donald Trump now that the group has disbanded.
Jeff Gale currently serves as chief designer in Jeep’s Exterior studio. He’s worked at Chrysler for 17 years, but the Mopar design blood in his veins runs even deeper than that.
After years of only selling the Civic Type R in Europe, Honda finally decided to give the U.S. a taste of what had previously been forbidden fruit.