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Volvo’s XC90, which made its North American debut recently at the LA Auto Show, is a pivotal model within the Swedish automaker’s lineup.
Each year, the editors of AutoGuide.com select the best car of the year based on a wide range of criteria.
The Audi Q7 is one of the German automaker’s most popular models in the U.S. So, it comes as no surprise that new generation needed to offer something special, especially in the wake of fresh and competitive offerings.
It’s been a few years since the launch of the BMW X6, and the Bavarian automaker still seems to be the only brand capable of getting the sport utility coupe concept just right.
In the most recent James Bond movies starring Daniel Craig, we’ve seen the famous British spy return to his roots, getting behind the wheel of an Aston Martin.
With 2014 coming to a close, we wonder just what lies in store for the performance car enthusiast in 2015.
Hydrogen hasn’t yet caught on as a mainstream gasoline alternative, but many automakers continue to see the potential that this fuel source has to offer.
BMW’s product portfolio has been changing rapidly. Not only have naming conventions been updated, with even-numbered series being added into the lineup, but BMW is also blending products together to make entirely new models that defy convention.
The Leaf may not be Nissan’s strongest selling model, but it has helped change the perception of electric vehicles and made the idea of an affordable, all-electric family car a reality.
After showing its stylish new sheetmetal at the Paris Motor Show, Kia brought the all-new Sorento crossover to the bright lights of Los Angeles for its North American debut.
To the uninitiated, the Acura ILX may seem like little more than a rebadged Honda Civic. But take a look inside and get behind the wheel, and you’ll quickly appreciate that the ILX is a completely different kind of compact that deserves to be labeled “premium.” Still, when the ILX arrived in showroom, it had some drivers craving for a more thrilling experience; one that was reminiscent of the Integra or now defunct TSX.
The all-new Lexus RC coupe is designed to appeal to enthusiasts and providing a compelling alternative to established German rivals.
Jaguar didn’t need to do much to make its new F-Type an even better sports car. Enthusiasts immediately responded to the car’s feline curves, which are reminiscent of the legendary E-Type.
Under the bright lights of the LA Auto Show, Audi took the covers off an interesting concept that won’t merely inspire a single vehicle, but the automaker’s entire product portfolio.
Demand for small crossovers has been fueling the development of new models. In addition to successful mainstays like the Nissan Juke, we’ve recently seen all-new entries like the upcoming Fiat 500X and Honda HR-V.
There are many instances where some of the most interesting German cars have been reserved for European car buyers.
Land Rover has teamed up with internationally acclaimed British author William Boyd to produce a unique adventure thriller.
Lexus may not have the long heritage of performance vehicles enjoyed by BMW, but the automaker has certainly built some incredible performance machines in recent years. While one such vehicle, the Lexus IS F, has recently met the end of the line, Toyota’s luxury arm has just launched an intriguing new “F” car that’s aimed at competing against the new BMW M4.
When Nissan introduced the Murano in 2002, it set a precedent for what the midsize crossover should be in terms of design and features.