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    VW Phaeton to Get Turbo Diesel, Plug-in Hybrid Variants

    VW Phaeton to Get Turbo Diesel, Plug-in Hybrid Variants
    Volkswagen’s premium sedan will make a return to the U.S. in style. According to a recent report, the Phaeton will be offered with a variety of powertrains including a turbo-diesel engine and a plug-in hybrid variant. Expected to arrive in the U.S. as a 2018 or 2019 model year, the second-generation Volkswagen Phaeton will be...

    Audi Confirms Third TT Variant in the Works

    Audi Confirms Third TT Variant in the Works
    The Audi TT family is definitely growing. The German automaker has confirmed that a third TT variant is in the works, joining the coupe and roadster in the TT lineup. Though Audi R&D Chief Ulrich Hackenburg wouldn’t elaborate on what the third model is, it is likely that it’ll be based on the TT Offroad...

    EV Parade Sets World Record with 507 Vehicles

    The Nissan Leaf led the way in a record-setting EV parade. During Plug-in America’s National Drive Electric Week, the world’s largest parade of electric vehicles featured 507 EVs in one place, with most of them being Nissan Leafs. The Japanese automaker was also the exclusive automotive sponsor for the event helping set a Guinness World...

    Toyota Developing 3D Head-Up Display

    Toyota Developing 3D Head-Up Display
    Toyota is the latest automaker to reveal its plans for a next-generation head-up display. The company is currently developing a 3D head-up display (HUD) for production use with its designers in San Francisco collaborating with engineers in Silicon Valley. Currently, the unique HUD doesn’t require any special viewing glasses to see it in its full...

    Fisker Karma Relaunching Using Old Design

    Fisker Karma Relaunching Using Old Design
    Don’t expect anything entirely new when Fisker relaunches under its Chinese owners. According to a recent report from Reuters, Fisker’s new owners Wanxiang Group is accelerating the relaunch of the brand by utilizing the design of the 2012 Karma, the company’s last year of production. The company is aiming to reintroduce Fisker to the market next...

    Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon 4-Cylinder MPG Released

    Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon 4-Cylinder MPG Released
    General Motors has finally released full details on the fuel economy of the 2015 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.  With the new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that pumps out 200 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque and two-wheel drive, the pair of midsize trucks is rated at 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on...

    Alfa Romeo 4C High-Performance Version Breaks Cover

    Alfa Romeo 4C High-Performance Version Breaks Cover
    The Alfa Romeo 4C just launched in North America and already the brand is already preparing an even hotter version.  Our spy photographers managed to grab some shots of a prototype for the 4C Quadrifoglio Verde, a sportier version of the Italian car. This version is expected to include a bump in horsepower, unique suspension tuning...

    Range Rover Evoque SW1 Celebrates England

    Range Rover Evoque SW1 Celebrates England
    There will be one debut that is decidedly British at the Paris Motor Show next week. Land Rover will unveil the Range Rover Evoque SW1 special edition as the first part of the company’s ”Inspired by Britain” series, complete with Union Flag graphics inside and out. Available in five different colors, each SW1 Evoque is fit...

    2015 Honda CR-V to Hit Dealers Next Week With CVT

    2015 Honda CR-V to Hit Dealers Next Week With CVT
    The 2015 Honda CR-V will go on sale on October 1 with a mildly revised exterior meant to make it look bolder and more aggressive. Honda made the announcement about its on-sale date today without revealing any major details about the 2015 model year. Previously, AutoGuide.com reported that the compact crossover is expected to transition...

    New Cadillac Chief Wants More Crossovers

    New Cadillac Chief Wants More Crossovers
    Cadillac’s future will include more crossovers under recently-appointed Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen. Currently, the company only offers two crossover / utility vehicles: the high-priced Escalade and the SRX, it’ top volume selling nameplate. Earlier in the year, Cadillac reportedly shelved plans for a Lambda-based Cadillac product that would be mechanically similar to the Buick...

    Hyundai Teases 708-HP Sonata for SEMA

    Hyundai Teases 708-HP Sonata for SEMA
    Hyundai and tuning company Bisimoto are at it again, creating another insane car for the annual SEMA show in Las Vegas.  Following in the footsteps of the 1,000-hp Genesis Coupe that was revealed at last year’s show, the folks at Bisimoto have managed to squeeze 708 hp out of Hyundai’s 2.4-liter “Theta-II” four-cylinder engine and install...

    Targa Newfoundland Final Update: An Impressive Finish

    Dave and Peter finished Targa Newfoundland last week safely and with quite a bit to be proud of. They took third place in the Modern division and sixth place overall. To cap it off, they also won the manufacturer’s championship for Scion.But getting to that point was a challenge to say the least. The car...

    2016 Jaguar XF Spied Testing in the Heat

    2016 Jaguar XF Spied Testing in the Heat
    Jaguar is doing some hot weather testing for it all-new XF model out in Southern Europe.  Our spy photos show off the XF in its production body though it is fully covered in camouflage. The car is migrating to a stretched version of the new iQ[Al] aluminum platform that underpins the Jaguar XE, and will be...

    Mitsu Outlander PHEV Concept-S Previews Premium Trim

    Mitsu Outlander PHEV Concept-S Previews Premium Trim
    Ahead of the Paris Motor Show, Mitsubishi just revealed a concept preview of what will eventually become a sportier, more premium package offered with its Outlander Plug-In Hybrid SUV. Mitsubishi’s emaciated product line in North America might have you fooled into thinking it is about to be a dead brand, but in other parts of...

    Why do Car Seats Expire?

    Why do Car Seats Expire?
    This may come as a shock to some drivers, though hopefully NOT ones with kids. Believe it or not children’s car seats actually have expiration dates, though not because they’re made of dairy products or tuna salad. Just like that tub of sour cream buried in the back of your fridge, the one that’s lived...

    Car Reviews

    2015 Lincoln Navigator Review

    2015 Lincoln Navigator Review

    The full-size Navigator SUV has been a consistent moneymaker for both the division and its dealers and so the 2015 Navigator -- a refresh rather than a full redesign -- has been carefully executed so as not to break the Navigator's momentum.
    2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 BlueTec 4Matic

    2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 BlueTec 4Matic

    The Mercedes-Benz M-Class may have a pretty face but is there more to this luxury crossover than meets the eye? Are its driving dynamics and on-road performance up to snuff?
    2015 Infiniti Q70 Review

    2015 Infiniti Q70 Review

    Can a mid-cycle refresh and extended wheelbase model make Infiniti’s mid-size sedan a worthwhile alternative to German luxury?
    2015 Hyundai Sonata 2.4 Limited Review

    2015 Hyundai Sonata 2.4 Limited Review

    Hyundai has lobbed a thoroughly refreshed version of its popular Sonata into the heart of the midsize-sedan market. But does this updated model have what it takes to compete with segment heavyweights?

    2015 Lexus RC F Review

    The LFA supercar may be a rapidly fading memory but the folks at Lexus have been hard at work on a new high-performance coupe. The RC F promises a riotously fun driving experience, but can it stack up to the vaunted vehicles it’s supposed to compete with?