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There is no shortage of 911 variants, but Porsche recently decided to add one more to the roster. The newest addition to the 911 lineup is the 911 GTS Club Coupe, which will be limited to only 60 units.
The Chicago Auto Show is gearing up to be an exciting event this year. Not only are there a number of notable debuts already slated, but Honda just added a few of their most popular crossovers to the list of unveiling.
Land Rover models currently on sale in the U.S. aren’t short on power, but they’re certainly a thirsty group.
Each year, the editors of Popular Science honors a new technology that they believe has the most potential to change people’s lives for the better.
Trucks got plenty of attention at the recent Detroit Auto Show, with new offerings from Ford, Nissan, and there was even a truck concept from Hyundai, all on display.
The flat-six engine used in the Porsche 911 may not be air-cooled anymore. However, these powerplants are still a marvel of power, performance, and precision.
It didn’t take long at all before the roofless version of Alfa Romeo’s new 4C debuted to tease American enthusiasts.
The pickup truck market is beginning to heat up again, with plenty of new entries from Toyota, Nissan, and the Big Three.
With gas prices falling, it seems like an appropriate time for automakers to introduce new trucks and SUVs.
Infiniti’s latest concept car is a preview of a new coupe that’s quickly heading toward showrooms. Their curvy Q60 Concept was unveiled this week at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, giving on lookers a glimpse of an aggressive yet elegant 2+2 coupe that will see production.
After a decade of waiting, numerous prototypes, and plenty of teasing, the production version of the all-new Acura NSX has arrived.
Balancing the capabilities of an SUV with the proportions of a wagon, Volvo’s Cross Country models are purpose built for active lifestyles.
The high-performance “F” variant of the latest generation GS sedan has been in the making for some time.
Alfa Romeo is official back in the United States, after a long hiatus that began in the early 1990s. What’s especially exciting about Alfa’s return to our shores is that the first model to arrive in showrooms is the 4c–a stunning, lightweight sports car that’s pure Italian-bred design.
Several years ago, Mazda took a rotary-powered Courage LMP chassis and skinned it with brand’s Nagare design language.
Audi’s A3 and S3 sedans have both performed well in the government’s New Car Assessment Program tests run by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
A recent Fortune magazine profile of Carlos Ghosn, the CEO of both Renault and Nissan, begged the question of whether anyone is capable of taking over when the charismatic chief executive officer steps down.
Audi is currently sitting in the No. 2 spot when it comes to global luxury car sales. The automaker, known for dominating showings in motorsports in recent years, is competitive, to say the least.
The off-road capabilities of Land Rover vehicles are legendary, having traversed some of the most adverse conditions and rugged terrain on the planet.
A limited edition variant of Audi’s RS5 has just been announced, giving the already distinctive and sporty RS5 a host of fresh design elements.