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Honda hasn’t sold a Civic in the U.S. with a hatchback bodystyle since 2005. Luckily, that’s about to change.
As if Mercedes didn’t have enough performance-centric utility vehicles its lineup, another one will be arriving soon enough.
Lexus will be bringing a new concept to the Paris Motor Show this month, hinting at an entirely new compact crossover.
Nissan showed up to the Miami Auto Show this week with something very special in tow. For 2017, the automaker’s popular compact crossover, Rogue, has been heavily revised and now includes a very long list of new features as well as more standard content.
The all-new Panamera was a big step in the right direct for Porsche. The new sedan is longer, wider, and taller, but it’s also a much sleeker model that’s frankly easier on the eyes.
Land Rover’s lineup has changed dramatically over the last several years. The brand’s Range Rover line has expanded to include the Evoque.
Hyundai has been steadily moving up market for years. While attempting to rival its Japanese counterparts in terms of quality and reliability, the Korean automaker decided to take a different approach when it decided to enter the luxury arena.
For those wanting a Porsche Macan but are on the fence about the high-performance Turbo S model, the German automaker has you covered.
Although driving enthusiasts respect all the qualities and heritage that the GT86 brings to Toyota’s lineup, few would look say the brand overall offers much excitement.
The long-awaited redesign of Porsche first sedan was finally revealed this week, showing off sleeker lines and more attitude than the polarizing four-door it’s replacing.
Volvo has been on a roll lately, designing some of the most eye-catching luxury cars on the market. Following its award-winning XC90, the Swedish automaker followed its stunning range-topping crossover with the equally stunning S90 sedan and V90 wagon.
Audi made a big announcement this month, showing the completely redesigned A5 and S5 coupes to the world.
Plug-in fuel-cell vehicles have yet to take hold on a wide scale, but Mercedes-Benz continues to invest heavily in this technology’s promise.
Infiniti has been doing many design explorations into its next-generation sport utility vehicles. From what we’ve seen so far, Infiniti’s future in compact and midsize SUV segments looks very, very bright.
Having made its debut at the 2016 New York Auto Show, Nissan’s latest generation GT-R supercar may not be a full redesign from the ground up, but it’s an update that will surely appease enthusiasts.
Numerous brands are investing heavily in autonomous driving technology. Audi, for example, recently tested its self-driving S7 sedan on the track and on German’s autobahn, showing its reliability in challenging driving environments.
Special editions are common among automakers, but there’s one that does more of these vehicles than perhaps any other brand.
Volvo has been on a roll lately. Its latest generation XC90 crossover has won numerous awards, including SUV of the Year, and stands out from a crowded segment thanks to its sleek design, innovative powertrains, and high-tech interior.
Audi has once again given us a sneak peek of its self-driving technology. Last year, it’s self-piloted A7, dubbed “Robby”, impressed us with its ability to devour a racetrack at speed, proving that these modern marvels could indeed be fun.
The new 718 Boxster has already received Porsche’s updated engine offerings. Now several months later, the Cayman is finally receiving the same treatment.