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Maven keeps moving
The arrival of autonomous cars is impending
New BMW 5 Series will come in standard, hybrid and M-brand iterations
Four Mercedes-Benz models on one stage.
New Terrain unveiled
Miata is always the electric answer?
Mobility means more than just getting around.
The market research company J.D. Power has released their most recent study for vehicle dependability. The results show that technology might be becoming more of a problem than a solution.
Maserati unveiled the first images of the latest addition to their lineup: the first trident-branded SUV, the Levante.
GM has announced the pricing for the all-new 2017 GMC Acadia, starting at $34,995.
When the French design their own version of a premium sport coupe, we get the Renault Alpine Vision concept.
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma will join the TRD Pro Series lineup, alongside the 4Runner and the Tundra.
Hyundai has announced that the all-new 2017 Elantra will be priced starting at $15,999.
Kia has unveiled three models at the Chicago auto show: the all-new Niro HUV and two hybrid variations of the Optima.
Toyota has announced this morning that after 14 years on the North American market, the Scion sub-brand will cease its activities.
The 320 km/h Jaguar F-Type SVR breaks cover.
Morgan Motor Company dives into the 21st Century.
Lincoln has unveiled the returning 2017 Continental at the Detroit auto show.
Honda unveiled the all new 2017 Ridgeline at the Detroit auto show to reclaim its share of the pickup truck market, and it looks vaguely familiar.
Santa gets a new sleigh courtesy of Jaguar.
After announcing that Genesis would become a sub-brand, Hyundai has revealed the model that will sit at the top of the Genesis lineup: the G90.
McLarent has announced that they will produce a limited-edition convertible version of the Longtail: the 675LT Spider.
Ahead of the Milan EICMA, Honda has unveiled their upgraded 2016 CB500F and announced upgrades for the CBR650F and the Giorno scooter.
Acura is hitting the 2015 SEMA in style with four models on display, not all of which are new material. Here’s a celebration of the brand’s past, present and future with the restored 1993 Ludacris Legend.