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Forget celebrities; our reader paparazzi recently caught the new Alfa Romeo Stelvio compact crossover on a road test.
Maserati’s new Alfieri sports coupe was originally expected to arrive this year, until Fiat Chrysler reportedly pushed that deadline back to 2018.
We’ve only had renderings and camouflaged prototypes to go on for the last few months, but we’ll finally see the Mercedes pickup truck in concept form on October 25.
Fiat Chrysler has announced two separate recalls affecting a total of more than 257,000 vehicles in the U.S.
Last week, Ken Block and his team of professional hooligans teased an upcoming project using its version 2 Hoonicorn.
Audi is planning to solidify the importance of its “e-tron” moniker. According to Autocar¸the upcoming Audi electric SUV will simply be called e-tron, and the name will eventually define the automaker’s future EV models.
Chevy is planning to roll out its usual slew of SEMA concepts in the run-up to Vegas’ biggest event, starting today with the Cruze and Malibu Blue Line concepts.
Last night, Tesla announced that it would equip all of its new vehicles with the hardware necessary for fully autonomous driving, and a new video shows just how this technology performs on real roads.
UPDATE: Mitsubishi today officially announced the appointment of Carlos Ghosn as chairman. The position was relinquished by Osamu Masuko, who remains president of the automaker.
The “under $30,000” teaser price (which didn’t include destination charges) that Mercedes heralded when it released the CLA into the U.S.
Some people don’t like driving manual. That’s perfectly acceptable. All I ask is that you be honest about it.
Starting today, all Tesla vehicles will come with the hardware necessary for full autonomous driving.
Science is just full of surprises. For proof of that, you only need to look at the recent discovery made by scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, who found that carbon dioxide (CO2) can be converted into ethanol through a chemical reaction.
Chinese automaker Geely has taken the wraps off an all-new brand it’s taking global. The unusually named Lynk & Co will combine Chinese financial and manufacturing muscle with an international team of designers and engineers based in Sweden to produce a unique range of high-style, lavishly equipped vehicles aimed to compete with mainstream products from GM, Ford, Toyota, Honda, and Hyundai in the U.S., Europe, and China.
There are reports that Carlos Ghosn is poised to take a leading position at Mitsubishi Motors. Ghosn, who current serves as CEO at both Nissan and Renault, is rumored to be named chairman of Mitsubishi, giving him power to make sweeping changes at the troubled automaker.
LeEco held a press conference today in San Francisco to showcase a number of products from smartphones to video streaming services to smart bikes.
The Elantra is a great car because it’s simple and honest. It’s neither a track focused sport compact nor is it a highway mpg machine.
This episode of Head 2 Head is brought to you by the country of Japan. Here to challenge the long-running R35 Nissan GT-R is the new Acura NSX, and hosts Jason Cammisa and Jonny Lieberman attempt to settle the battle on the road and at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
The fifth-generation 2017 Subaru Impreza sedan and hatchback can be had for under $20,000 when they go on sale in the coming months.
We often contend that the vast majority of drivers, even those in the far north who don’t contend with many hills, can get along just fine with front-wheel drive and possibly a set of winter tires.