Having been available for over 50 years, the Maserati GranTurismo has become a staple in the Italian automaker’s lineup.
Through the magic of social media, some stories just have a life of their own. We’ve compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Volkswagen has recalled over 26,000 vehicles for a possible fire hazard.
The current Jaguar XKR will go out with a bang for the 2015 model year.
Despite its dainty proportions the Mazda Miata is always a big deal, especially when there’s a new one on the way. To help celebrate this iconic roadster’s 25th anniversary the company brought in a throng of historic models and put ‘em on display here at the New York Auto Show.
BMW took a reciprocating saw to the roof of the M4 and the resulting car is on display here at the 2014 New York Auto Show.
BMW is adding another dimension to its ultra-high-performance family of M vehicles. The new M3 sedan and M4 coupe will soon be joined by a drop-top model.
Chevrolet’s hardcore Z06 Corvette is breaking with tradition starting in the 2015 model year.
Getting a car to the top of the Empire State Building is no easy task, but that’s exactly what Ford has done.
Bugatti has revived one of the first ever street legal super sports cars in history.
Chevrolet wowed the automotive world when it unveiled the 2015 Z06 in Detroit last January, but it turns out the brand was only getting started.
Considering we spend a lot of our time inside our cars, it’s worth noting which vehicles in today’s marketplace have the best interiors. Ward’s Auto has presented its annual top 10 list of best interiors and some of the vehicles on the list might surprise you. From luxury to affordable compacts, the publication spent two…
The Mercedes-Benz SL400 has made an appearance, sporting a twin-turbo V6 powerplant.
Getting into BMW’s new M4 convertible will cost you at least $73,425, which is roughly $8,000 more than the hardtop version.
BMW has dropped the top on its all-new M4, ahead of the model’s debut at the New York Auto Show.
It is looking more likely that the BMW M4 convertible will make its international debut at this year’s New York Auto Show.
Official pricing for the McLaren 650S has been announced for the U.S. with the coupe starting from $265,500.
Aiming to reduce weight, the next-generation Mercedes-Benz SL- and SLK-Class models will lose its retractable hardtop.
General Motors‘ ignition switch recall just got a whole lot bigger.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has big plans for its struggling Alfa Romeo brand.
Aston Martin might lean on Mercedes-Benz for more than an SUV platform. The German brand might also lend its sports car underpinnings in the future.
It’s not quite the full car reveal, but Mazda will be bringing something from its new MX-5 Miata to the 2014 New York Auto Show.
Titanium, it’s both light and strong… and pretty expensive. But the benefits may out-“weight” the tradeoffs for Lotus, as the premium sports-car builder is exploring the dusty silver-hued metal for use in its vehicles.
Not even Porsche is immune to pressure from governments and customers to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions. The legendary German sports-car builder will offer a four-cylinder engine in future versions of both its Boxster and Cayman models.