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BMW X7 iPerformance Concept BMW and Chevrolet are changing the world of transportation, but not in the way we might have thought they would.
America must have a soft spot in its collective heart for Mitsubishi. Theoretically, the company should have gone the way of Suzuki years ago, yet it still hangs on in the U.S.
Car culture is definitely changing, but can it change in a relatively short amount of time? Bob Lutz thinks so.
When Tesla started selling cars, CEO Elon Musk probably didn’t think his little company would eventually cause Porsche to completely restructure itself.
The new Toyota Supra may be the most highly anticipated car since the return of the Chevy Camaro. Theories regarding what it will look like and what will power it have captivated the Internet for a good 18 months.
Much like an extended family getting together for the holidays, we try to avoid talking about politics on this blog at all costs.
The Toyota Land Cruiser, with more than 50 years of history, remains one of the best-looking SUVs on the road.
What’s a parking garage without charging stations? In San Francisco I could roll into a downtown garage, plug in, and go about my day.
What do the two pickup trucks, two coupes, sedan, and SUV in the picture above have in common? They’re the top 6 most searched used cars on CarGurus so far this year.
Mazda used its home market’s auto show to wow the automotive world with a concept that’s likely to become the best-looking hatchback on the market today.
She said she didn’t want an SUV, but who doesn’t want an SUV? Sport utility vehicles, crossovers, sport activity vehicles, and other variants of the high-riding 5-door vehicle class have all but closed the coffin lid on sedans.
New technology that makes cars easier to drive, more fuel efficient, and better connected could also be the reasons why new cars are less reliable than they’ve been in the past.
Choose the one that doesn’t belong: Lamborghini Porsche Jaguar Rolls-Royce Bentley Ferrari Aston Martin Maserati Those are some of the most prestigious automakers in the world.
Electric cars are quickly becoming the mainstream choice for alternative fuels. As has been well-discussed here over the last few months, cities, countries, and automakers are committing to the elimination of gas-powered cars and the adoption of electric ones.
In 1994, the Dodge Ram changed everything. Advertising for the new generation of early ’90s pickups took America by the storm, as the newest Dodge and its sleek, curvy looks captured the most macho of hearts.
A British legend was born in 1959. No, we’re not referring to the great Tracey Ullman, but another icon that has become deeply rooted in British culture and is known around the world: The MINI.
If you can’t afford a Porsche, you probably can’t afford Porsche’s new subscription program, either. The idea behind Porsche Passport, which launches in Atlanta next month, is to provide subscribers with any model of Porsche they wish at any time they wish.
Freezing air has descended upon my city. Those leisurely mornings of heading out to the car in shorts and a T-shirt have been replaced by scraping windshields free of frost.
Values of classic cars have steadily increased over the last few decades, and proud owners of old GTOs, Mustangs, Jaguars, Porsches, and more have reaped the benefits of maintaining and restoring older cars.
Automakers keep treading farther down the path of electric propulsion. In fact, General Motors may have just put the stake in the heart of fossil fuels by becoming the latest, and largest, automaker to announce an all-electric future.