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It's no secret that the Nissan Leaf has struggled to battle other electrified cars, like the Tesla Model S and Chevy Volt with their longer driving ranges.
Porsche has unveiled the all-new second-generation 2017 Panamera, which finally fixes one of the most polarizing aspects of the last generation - its rear.
Toyota has already revealed the exterior of the small C-HR crossover and now Toyota has finally released the first photos of the interior.
Mitsubishi has released a teaser photo of the new Ground Tourer concept that it's going to reveal at the 2016 Paris Motor Show this fall.
Mercedes-AMG has unveiled the track-ready 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R, which is lighter and more powerful than the GT and GT S models.
Porsche is going to officially reveal the all-new 2017 Porsche Panamera next Tuesday, but we're getting our first look today at the new Panamera.
Volvo has unveiled the sportier R-Design versions of the all-new 2017 S90 and V90 models. In addition to their sportier chassis settings, the R-Design S90 and V90 models get a new front-end design with spoiler-integrated fog lights, a unique grille and piano black trim on both front and rear.
It's been rumored for a while, so it's not that surprising, but Dodge has officially announced the death of the Viper.
The Acura NSX is officially back and while the production version is powered by a hybrid powertrain, Acura has announced that it has produced an all-electric racing version.
A replacement for the Jeep Compass and Patriot small SUVs is in the works, but it won't arrive until sometime in 2017.
Wagons continue to be overshadowed by crossovers in the U.S. and now we have another victim. It's being reported that BMW will not bring a wagon version of the next-generation to the U.S.
The news isn't all that surprising, but Honda has stopped producing the CR-Z hybrid. Instead of making a big announcement, Honda quietly ended production, according to Car and Driver.
Earlier this year BMW unveiled the Vision Next 100 concept to celebrate its 100th birthday and now its other brands - Mini and Rolls-Royce are unveiling their own concepts.
Mercedes-AMG has released a few teaser photos of the upcoming GT R, which is going to debut next week at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
A week after Volvo unveiled the Polestar-tuned S90 and V90 optimization models, Volvo has now unveiled the upgraded XC90 T8 plug-in hybrid.
Subaru has unveiled the very limited 2017 BRZ Series.Yellow. As its name suggests, the limited edition BRZ is painted in yellow, but it also gets unique black alloy wheels, black BRZ and Subaru badging, and black exterior mirrors.
Maserati has unveiled the updated 2017 Quattroporte sedan, which is getting some styling tweaks and an updated interior.
BMW has announced that it will supply the Los Angeles Police Department with 100 i3 electric vehicles for use in the department's transportation fleet.
The 2017 Ford Fusion V6 Sport is definitely going to pack a punch from its turbocharged 2.7L V6. Ford has announced that not only will the Fusion Sport have 325 horsepower, but it's V6 will generate a nice 380 lb-ft.
Tesla is making the Model S a little more attainable with the introduction of a new 60 model that now starts at $66,000.