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Mercedes has announced the pricing for the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S, which starts at $130,825. If that price is a bit too high for you, the base GT will arrive in Spring 2016.
At last year's Beijing Motor Show Audi gave the world a preview of what a crossover version of the TT could look like with the TT Offroad concept.
BMW and VW are set to emulate Tesla by creating an electric vehicle charging network across both the East and West coast of the U.S.
General Motors is reportedly developing a new electric all-wheel-drive system that will be used by the next-generation Cadillac V-Series models.
The partnership with BMW and Toyota is reportedly expanding to include the joint development of a new entry-level hatchback.
Mitsubishi has released this teaser of a model that it is going to reveal at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show next month.
Earlier this month Porsche unveiled the new Cayenne Turbo S at the Detroit Auto Show, which is powered by a turbocharged V8 that packs 570 horsepower and is capable of reaching 60 mph in a quick 3.8 seconds.
Chevy has revealed the 2015 Silverado Midnight Edition pickup, which gives the Silverado an all-black exterior and other unique touches.
Although Audi recently introduced its all-new second-generation Q7 SUV, the Q7 will soon not be the top dog in Audi's SUV lineup.
Ford has released a teaser of the 2016 Ford Focus RS, which is going to be officially unveiled on February 3.
Mercedes-Benz has confirmed plans to reveal a convertible version of the S-Class Coupe by the end of the year.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Porsche Club of America - the largest Porsche club organization in the world, Porsche has created a unique 911.
Toyota has released a teaser of its new RND concept ahead of its debut on January 26. We can't tell much from this photo, but Toyota says that it is "ready for fast-track development that should see it changing the face of motoring within weeks." The RND concept will debut in the UK, but according to Toyota the concept's "design marks a radical shift in direction for Toyota, taking the "fun-to-drive" qualities of its cars to a higher level." Related: 2016 Toyota Tacoma gets new styling and a new V6 to keep it at the top Toyota is confident, too, that the RND Concept's impact will go far beyond its own model range, having the potential to transform the look of every vehicle on the road.
Acura has almost revamped its entire lineup, but only one model hasn't received the latest Acura face - the RDX.
Just yesterday we discussed the fact that Honda is preparing an all-new 2016 Honda Pilot and now Honda has released a teaser of the new SUV ahead of its debut next month at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show.
Volkswagen has hinted several times about its aspirations to grow its SUV lineup in the U.S., but what else could the brand introduce on this side of the Atlantic?
Honda is set to introduce an all-new 2016 Honda Pilot right after the debut of the 2016 HR-V SUV this year.
McLaren has unveiled a limited-edition of the 650S, which is meant to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the McLaren F1 GTR victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Tokyo has set a goal of putting 6,000 vehicles on the road by the 2020 Olympics, which will see the city spend up to $385 million on fuel cell vehicle subsidies and hydrogen stations.
Audi is going to reveal the second-generation R8 supercar at the Geneva Motor Show in March, according to Ulrich Hackenberg, Audi board member for technical development.