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Lexus LF-C2 Concept Offers Strong Hint of Future Design Direction

The Lexus LF-C2 concept is likely to influence the design of several of the brand's vehicles in the future.

Cadillac ATS-V the “Next Chapter,” Says New Brand Boss

Johan de Nysschen, Cadillac's new boss, noted the performance of the new Cadillac ATS-V is "perfect for the Autobahn." When the new Cadillac ATS-V comes to market next year, the compact performance model will introduce a new feature the luxury maker is calling “no-lift shift.” Buyers who opt for the six-speed manual transmission will be able to keep their foot flat on the floor, rather than lifting off the accelerator to change gears, explained new Caddy brand boss Johan de Nysschen.

Honda’s HR-V Packs a Punch of Versatility

Honda unveiled its new HR-V crossover utility today at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The new CUV slides in between the CR-V and the Fit.

Mini Goes CitySurfing

Mini's new CitySurfer concept is a kick scooter with an electric drive motor on it. “Let’s go surfing now, everybody’s learning how…” And that includes the folks at Mini who apparently have taken the classic Beach Boys tune to heart with the unveiling of their little CitySurfer Concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Chevy Goes Off-Road with Colorado ZR2 Concept

Chevy has used the ZR2 badge since 1994. While most pickup owners are likely to experience nothing rougher than a worksite, or perhaps a gravel path to their summer cottage, there are those who love to test the mettle of their trucks with some serious off-roading.

Volkswagen Golf gets new HyMotion Fuel-Cell Drive Option

VW threw its hat into the hydrogen ring with its Golf HyMotion concept. Volkswagen is joining the rapidly growing list of makers developing hydrogen-powered alternatives, the concept model making its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show starting out as a version of maker’s popular Golf family.

Mazda Fills in a Few Blanks About New MX-5 Miata

Mazda confirms the US-spec 2016 MX-5 Miata will use an "ultra-high-compression" 2.0-liter I-4. When Mazda staged its global preview of the fourth-generation MX-5 Miata last summer it left plenty of questions unanswered.

First Look: 2015 Chrysler 300

In your face, the 2015 Chrysler 300 grille is 30% larger than the outgoing model's. It’s big, bold and in your face.

Ford Aims Higher with New 2015 Explorer

The 2015 Ford Explorer Platinum moves the midsize utility vehicle up another notch in the price spectrum.

New Car Sales Could Hit 17 Million in 2015

Steven Szakaly, NADA chief economist, predicted yesterday that new car sales in the U.S. may approach 17 million units in 2015.

New VW Golf R “Variant” Gets the Go

Volkswagen's Golf R wagon is expected to go on sale next year in Europe, but U.S. fans will be left in the cold...for now.

Bentley Reveals Grand Convertible Concept

The Bentley Grand Convertible makes its bow at the Los Angeles Auto Show. With a handful of models whose prices begin well into six figures, Bentley operates in a unique and rarified niche of the automotive world – but it does like to pull off a few surprises, as it did when it announced plans to add an ultra-luxurious SUV to its line-up several years back.

Caddy Revs Up With ATS-V.R Racer

Cadillac hints the ATS-V.R will make "up to 600 hp." What good is a performance car if you don’t prove the metal’s mettle on track?

Volvo Will Build Top-Range S90 Sedan in China

A current Volvo XC90 rolls down the assembly line at the maker's plant in Daqing, China. The millennium had barely turned before the first Chinese automaker showed up at the Detroit Auto Show promising to begin exports to the U.S.

Explorer Lays Claim to “Best” Title…for Soccer Moms

The Ford Explorer was Kiplinger's choice for "Best for Soccer Moms (and Dads)." With the sales of new cars, trucks, SUVs and crossovers going like gangbusters for most of 2014, it means a lot people are making a lot of selections about what type of vehicle best suits their needs.

Volkswagen at Vanguard of Vehicle Advertising

Volkswagen is sponsoring the New York Museum of Modern Art's online programs. When Chevrolet’s Rikk Wilde’s struggle through the presentation of the World Series MVP award to the San Francisco Giants’ Madison Baumgartner went viral it served as a poignant reminder of the pervasiveness of auto industry advertising.

Fiat Expects to Finish Ferrari Spinoff Next Summer

Sergio Marchionne told reporters in Italy that the Ferrari IPO will now happen in the second or third quarter of 2015.

VW Offering Two Extreme Golf Concepts at LA Auto Show

The Volkswagen GTI Roadster first debuted in digital form for the popular Gran Turismo racing game. It’s already won strong kudos, most recently landing honors as Motor Trend Car of the Year.

Honda Recalls 170K More Cars with Takata Airbags after Fifth Death

Honda recalled an additional 170,000 vehicles worldwide for problems with Takata-produced airbags. The revelation from Honda Motor Co.

Mercedes-Benz Has Most Satisfied Shoppers, Says JD Power

Automakers providing new vehicle buyers with assistance in the use of new technology in their vehicles are seeing customer satisfaction scores rise.