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Jaguar’s new XF sedan made a big splash recently at the New York Auto Show, following up its high-wire stunt in London a few weeks prior.
Acura unveiled the long-awaited generation NSX at the Detroit Auto Show in January. While it was a stunning head-turner that stole the show and satisfied the throngs of passionate enthusiasts waiting for its official debut, many details were omitted from the supercar’s arrival.
Mazda has finally released pricing information for the long-awaited fourth-generation MX-5 Miata. Fans of the beloved roadster can get their hands on the base Sport trim for $24,915 (plus $820 destination).
With a stylish design that was cultivated by former Audi design chief Peter Schreyer, a bevy of powertrain options ranging from a fuel-sipping 2.4-liter unit to a 274-horsepower turbocharged powerplant, the The Kia Optima easily has become the Korean brand’s most popular model in the U.S.
You may remember seeing a very quick glimpse of the all-new Maxima in an ad Nissan ran during the 2015 Super Bowl.
At times, the Lexus RX has suffered the same criticism that has plagued the Lexus brand as a whole. Some have said that the RX is too middle-of-the-road, too conservative, too boring.
The complete redesign of Mercedes’ popular midsize SUV, the ML-Class, was slated to make its debut at the upcoming New York Auto Show.
Interesting concepts that push the boundaries of design and technology don’t always come from automakers.
Audi has just unveiled its follow-up to last year’s Le Mans champion, the fifth-generation R18 E-Tron Quattro.
At the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, Audi took the covers of what will serve as the main inspiration for the brand’s design direction.
Kia’s Optima sport sedan is due for a redesign soon and hints of what we can expect were on display at the recent Geneva Motor Show.
Fans of BMW know that the German automaker regularly breaks with convention. Just take one look at its lineup and you’ll find cutting-edge design, industry-first technologies, and a commitment to driving dynamics like no other.
Usually, the European automakers make the most noise at the Geneva Motor Show. However, Hyundai had plenty of news of its own to make on the showroom floor.
Audi has expanded its relationship with AT&T to provide high-speed connectivity across its lineup and improve the automaker’s in-car experience.
There was really no need need Audi to redesign the R8—it’s already one of the most gorgeous super cars on the road and its design continues to age incredibly well.
Volkswagen’s lineup has become increasingly conservative. While the design of its vehicles yields good-looking sheetmetal, VW seems content to take less risks than its German counterparts.
Land Rover unveiled the 2016 Range Rover Evoque at the Geneva Motor Show this month, highlighting the model’s range of midlife updates.
Luxury coupes like the Porsche 911, Jaguar F-Type, and Aston Martin Vantage, are equal parts beauty and brawn.
Alongside supercars and luxury concepts at the Geneva Motor Show, Nissan has given attention to one the most important segments in the automotive business: the compact car.
The luxury compact crossover market just keeps getting more and more crowded. New entries like the Audi Q3, BMW X1, Lexus NX, and Mercedes-Benz GLA, have brought plenty of interest to the segment.