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Lotus hasn’t been selling too many cars in the U.S. in recent years. So perhaps it wasn’t really noticed that for the 2015 model year, the British sports car maker didn’t sell its stunning Evora S here.
Meet BMW’s latest concept—a car specially designed for the prestigious Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
Nissan has completed a series of tests of its GT-R LM NISMO — an all-new racer designed to take on the world’s best drivers and racing machines at Le Mans next month.
Mazda’s latest-generation MX-5 appears to be a hit with long-time fans of the Miata. Continuing the car’s winning formula over the years — low weight, reasonable price tag, excellent driving dynamics — the new 2016 MX-5 looks to be perfectly engineered for driving enthusiasts.
The Porsche 911 is a natural performer on any track in the world. But the German automaker’s ultimate racer, the GT3, is on a a completely different level, delivering truly otherworldly performance.
Pricing has become available for the third-generation Audi TT and its higher-performance variant, the TTS.
Volvo’s latest generation XC90 is one of the most interesting new vehicles to emerge from the Swedish automaker in a very long time.
The Lexus brand is eager to make inroads in China. Like Infiniti, the brand had some exciting vehicles to show at the recent Shanghai Motor Show.
On the eve of this year’s Shanghai Motor Show, Infiniti hosted its inaugural Infiniti Design Night. The event is intended to give a glimpse into the luxury brand’s future and shine a spotlight on where its ever-evolving design language is heading.
When consumers think of European luxury brands, Volvo may not be first name that comes to mind. But Volvo is nevertheless capable of producing high-end vehicles and luxurious interiors with the best of them.
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.