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Kia’s big-boned, relaxed-fit front-drive luxury sedan has just undergone an extreme makeover aimed at advancing its last-place sales ranking in what is a drastically shrinking pack.
Toyota is late to the subcompact crossover party, but what it lacks in timeliness it makes up for in loud, impossible-to-ignore styling with the 2018 Toyota C-HR.
One of the 2017 Honda CR-V’s many positive marks is its EPA-rated fuel economy — the best-selling crossover is quicker than almost everything in its class yet also manages respectable efficiency.
Production is now underway of the all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid at the plant in Windsor, Ontario.
If you want to make your hot wheels hotter, you need to take your ride to the gang at Vilner. Since 1996, the Bulgarian custom shop/art studio has been crafting dream machines for fastidious owners around the world.
The Ford Fusion sedan is part of a large recall due to an issue with seat belt pretensioners. Also involved is the Lincoln MKZ.
Production of the Chrysler 200 officially ends today, closing what was a long and ambiguous death watch that began in January when Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne hinted that the sedan–along with the smaller Dodge Dart–would not be replaced.
The mayors of Mexico City, Paris, Madrid, and Athens say they will ban diesel vehicles from their cities starting in 2025.
Less than a week after he clinched the 2016 Formula 1 World Driver’s Championship in Abu Dhabi, Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has stunned fans by announcing his retirement from racing, effective immediately.
Jaguar is reinventing itself, and we like what we are driving. And though much of the spotlight is on the new entry-level XE compact sedan and the F-Pace foray into the SUV segment, we don’t want to leave out efforts to reinvent existing vehicles.
Automakers today reported sales for November 2016 and nearly all major players saw gains thanks to high demand for crossovers and trucks.
Ken Block’s hugely successful Gymkhana series has spawned countless imitations including some done with rusted-out piles of junk, R/C cars, boats, and even motorcycles.
For whatever reason, any car ends up being several magnitudes cooler once it’s turned into a cop car.
The Environmental Protection Agency is currently taking steps to solidify stringent fuel economy standards proposed by President Obama in time before the Trump administration takes control of the White House next month.
Kia is teasing something that will debut ahead of the 2017 Detroit auto show, and our guess is it’s the upcoming Kia GT sedan.
Quick Stats: Richard Rawlings Discovery’s Fast N’ Loud Daily Driver: 2015 Dodge 2500 (Richard’s rating: 10 on a scale of 1 to 10) Other cars: see below Favorite road trip: his 2007 Cannonball Run Car he learned to drive in: 1974 Mercury Comet First car bought: 1974 Mercury Comet While Richard Rawlings gets to work on a plethora of cool rides on Discovery’s “Fast N’ Loud” with his partner Aaron Kaufman at Gas Monkey Garage, his 2015 Ram 2500 ¾ ton diesel truck, which is also seen on the show, is his trusty daily driver.
Toyota confirmed today that it will use the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit as the stage for the world premiere of the 2018 Camry, releasing a teaser photo of the rear quarter panel suggesting a faster back and crisper character lines.
Imagine if BMW gave you a race car to paint however you want. What would you do to it? Well, since 1975, renowned artists like Alexander Calder, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein have re-imagined and created some of the most incredible moving works of art in the world.
Rolls-Royce today provided an update and two new photos on its Project Cullinan–and yes, Rolls is still reluctant to call it an SUV.
Three years ago at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan unveiled the Sentra NISMO concept. It was a sign of great promise from Nissan for the Sentra, a car that never really got much love from journalists.