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Cruising Craigslist for a classic supercar that’ll really stand out from the crowd? Look no further. Here’s a legit 1994 McLaren F1 for sale in San Diego that’s definitely for real and not at all a scam.
BMW’s i3 electric hatchback is a lot of things—efficient, futuristic, packed with technology—but it isn’t exactly what you’d call handsome, at least not in the traditional sense.
Lotus’s new boss recently promised us a wave of new variants spun from the existing product line. And this, it seems, is where it starts: the Exige S Automatic.
There is safety in sales numbers, and as it becomes more and more costly to turn a profit in the car industry, we’ll continue to see brands consolidate under immense corporate umbrellas, such as Chrysler’s marriage to Fiat.
It’s SEMA time, which means Mopar-fettled cars are practically falling from the sky. Among the brood, of course, are two versions of the refreshed 2015 Dodge Charger, one conceptual and one headed for dealerships.
Lexus wades into the compact-luxury-utility waters just as the segment reaches flood stage. Its new offering—sized and priced below the mid-size RX crossover—is the dramatically styled NX, in NX200t (turbocharged four-cylinder–powered) and NX300h (hybridized) versions.
Back in May, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne’s offhand comment that the 2017 Wrangler would move to an aluminum body for weight savings sparked tons of worried speculation among Jeep faithful: Would the venerable 4×4 ditch its tradition-honored body-on-frame construction and go unibody?
SEMA vehicles are often the antithesis of function, being gussied-up show cars that focus less on performance than outrageous style and overwrought glitz.
If you’re truly wealthy, you’re not visiting your local Rolls-Royce dealership to buy a Ghost, but rather a Phantom, at a price that starts just above $400,000 but can require adding a seventh digit.
Three years ago, Audi launched a hybrid version of the A6, and the company hinted strongly that it would be sold in the U.S.
What It Is: The next arrow in Audi’s quiver, which the German automaker will draw and aim at the entry-luxury horde.
The VW Group is recalling roughly 101,900 late-model Audi A4 models in the U.S. to fix a software error that can prevent the front airbags from deploying in a crash, according to the company.
Failure inspires some to greatness and pushes others to surrender. Ford’s response to its previous failures in the minivan market has been a mix of the two.
There’s a new king of the hill in import drag racing: EKanoo Racing’s 2JZ-powered Supra. All hail! The record-breaking run was a screaming 6.05-second quarter mile that tripped the lights at 241 mph (387.69 kph).
Like Ponce de Leon, Toyota’s Scion sub-brand is continually on the hunt for the fountain of youth. After collaborating with the fiftysomethings in Slayer on a tC for SEMA, Scion heads to Los Angeles with the iM concept.
The automotive world and beyond is buzzing about the massive airbag recall covering many millions of vehicles in the U.S.
We like the BMW i8 for its styling, its efficiency, and its fresh approach to what a sports car can be.
Features designed to make up for drivers’ proclivity for inattention have been making their way to production vehicles for years, all of them following the trickle-down strategy: Luxury buyers get backed up by stuff like blind-spot detection, lane-keeping systems, and adaptive cruise control before mainstream buyers get in on the action later.
Via Hemmings comes one of the better SEMA show announcements for this year. Amongst all the big-bucks OEM displays and booths hawking 87-inch rims for your ’87 Monte Carlo will be a genuine Jeep rarity: a 1973 Super Jeep.
Come December 1, Maserati will be 100 years old. I’ve followed the marque’s duck-and-dart adventures since the summer of 1967.