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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.
In the wake of the Chicago Auto Show, Hyundai is bringing a host of improvements to the entire Veloster lineup.
Arriving in showrooms in 2012 for the 2013 model year, the second-generation Acura RDX is still a fresh offering with plenty to offer.
At this year’s Chicago Auto Show, Kia brought a unique concept that balances go-anywhere capabilities with an electrified powertrain for maximum efficiency.
Honda has just unveiled the latest generation Pilot at the Chicago Auto Show. A complete overall has yielded big changes for this beloved three-row crossover and the timing couldn’t better considering this segment’s recent momentum.
Production of Land Rover’s most iconic vehicle will come to an end in December 2015. But before the last Defender SUV rolls off the assembly line, the automaker decided to say goodbye in a big way, by introducing three limited edition variants.
Porsche’s Cayman has long lived in the shadow of its drop-top counterpart and its larger, more powerful stablemates.
Lexus recently unveiled the newest addition to its F brand at the Detroit Auto Show. Arriving on the floor of the auto show with four doors, more than enough cabin space to seat five adults comfortably, and an intimidating growl, the 2016 GS F is a performance sedan that’s geared toward an enthusiast looking for a stealthy racer.
On the heels of the brand’s return to Super Bowl advertising, Fiat decided to highlight what could be one of its biggest products yet, the 2015 500X.
Acura’s TLX was a direct response to the cream of the luxury sedan crop. However, steering car buyers from the likes of the Infiniti Q50, Lexus IS, and BMW 3 Series, wasn’t going to be easy.
Hyundai is no stranger to hybrid technology, but driving more consumers away from Toyota and its more established line of electrified models is tough work.
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.