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Lamborghini’s Revised Racer: The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo EVO

For such a venerable supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini doesn’t have much of a racing heritage. That’s not necessarily a fault, considering the brand has long been about ludicrous automotive pageantry over ensuring adherence to nonexistent track pedigree.

Mexican Auto Industry Undeterred by 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake

  Automakers spent Wednesday surveying factory sites in Central Mexico after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake ravaged the region Tuesday evening.

Investigators Uncover Sleazy New Chapter in FCA-UAW Corruption Saga

It’s been two months since federal investigators blew the lid off a years-long corruption scheme between certain Fiat Chrysler Automobiles executives and counterparts at the United Autoworkers Union, but a new court filing shows some of the funnelled money took an unusual path.

Motorist Ticketed for ‘Disrespecting’ Slow-moving Officer

As far as important police work is concerned, moving violations always seem like the least-crucial activity for law enforcement to spend time on.  That’s primarily because you never see them enforcing tailgating laws but they’re Johnny-on-the-spot when it comes to catching speeders — which research always seems on the fence about in terms of the actual public peril it presents.

Remember How Silly You Thought It Was When Lexus Predicted 400 LC Sales Per Month in America?

Lexus has high hopes for the LC, we told you in March. Not yet on sale at that point, Lexus was entirely transparent about the company’s belief that it could sell 400 copies of the LC500 and hybridized LC500h every month in America.

Bark’s Bites: America Can’t Be Great Again Without the Fiesta ST

The Fiesta ST was the greatest car to ever be sold in the United States of America. So, naturally, Ford has decided to stop selling it here.

Reader Review: 2017 Buick Enclave, the Lambda’s Long Kiss Goodnight

Occasionally, we at TTAC allow you to do our jobs for a day and offer a reader review of your own ride.

These 16 Cars Are Bucking America’s Anti-Car Trend in 2017

Through the first eight months of 2017, consumers across America have acquired 12 percent fewer new passenger cars than during the first eight months of 2016.

Buick Says Color Is Back, but Will You Buy a Cascada That’s Not Silver?

By the standards of niche market convertibles, the Buick Cascada is, or at least was, a certifiable hit.

Sorry, Mopar Fans: FCA Says ‘No’ to a 2019 Chrysler 300 Hellcat

If you’ve got it, flaunt it. Go ahead and shake your money maker. Or not.

QOTD: What’s the Worst Utility Vehicle of the Past 10 Years?

Utility vehicles have been a hot ticket personal transport item for some time, much to the delight of OEMs and their shareholders.

Ace of Base: 2017 Chevrolet Suburban LS

Full-size, body-on-frame, real SUVs are in some circles (not mine, thankfully) about as politically correct as a Monsanto home fracking kit.

Ford Transit Production Stalled for One Week, F-150 Assembly Remains at Full Throttle [UPDATED]

Ford Motor Company will be idling Transit production at its Kansas City Assembly Plant for seven days next week to account for waning sales (Update: Ford says its because of a recall.

Ford Transit Production Stalled for One Week, F-150 Assembly Remains at Full Throttle

Ford Motor Company will be idling Transit production at its Kansas City Assembly Plant for seven days next week to account for waning sales.

Autonomous Cars Make People Uncomfortable – What Can Manufacturers Do About It?

There’s nothing that will convince me that the first wave of autonomous taxis will be anything other than mobile biohazards, providing a slightly less convenient solution to paying a man to let you ride in the back of his Toyota Camry for a few miles.

Dear God, Toyota is Building a Souped-up Prius

Toyota is attempting to morph itself into an edgier, bolder, and sexier brand — to varying degrees of success.

The Empire Strikes Back: Anglo Quirkiness at the British Invasion of Stowe

Just imagine for a second that Britain’s best-known automotive nameplates aren’t owned by the Germans and Indians.

Picture Time: Anglo Quirkiness at the British Invasion of Stowe

Just imagine for a second that Britain’s best-known automotive nameplates aren’t owned by the Germans and Indians.

New Land Rover Discovery Is Ugly – Why? Land Rover Design Boss Blames License Plate Thickness

The new 2018 Land Rover Discovery (née LR4) is not the automatically handsome successor to the Discovery 4 you assumed it would be.

Volvo Doubles South Carolina Investment, Pours In Another $500 Million, Plans Two Production Lines

Volvo continues to look forward to real U.S. sales recovery, meeting the goal of record U.S. sales volume by 2020, and a fourth consecutive year of record global sales.


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