Infiniti is considering an entry-level crossover that would slot below the current EX model and could be based on the Mercedes MFA platform that underpins the new CLA.
Infiniti is working on an all-new Q30 model, which is expected to be launched in the next two years.
It may not be perfect but the United States is a great country. America has her share of problems, both past and present, but for the most part this nation is pretty sweet; when it comes to being awesome we’ve done better than most.
The BMW Group, which consists of BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce, has posted its best April global sales yet with a total of 155,419 vehicles sold last month.
BMW is heading to the 2013 RETTmobil show in Fulda with seven vehicles, presenting its range of purpose-built emergency cars.
Early this year, Jaguar filed a trademark application for the name “XQ” with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, hinting that its crossover model is on the way.
Lexus has finalized the decision to build a new model in Japan starting late next year, but hasn’t confirmed what the nameplate will be.
Times are changing in the world of high-performance cars, with better technology and a focus on fuel efficiency causing automakers to look for creative ways to deliver thrills.
Hybrid technology is improving at an impressive rate and is continuing to find its way into more and more vehicles. A significant number of new and exciting hybrids are coming to market this year and early next. No, these aren’t all Prius wannabes. There are some interesting cars on the way, like the ultra efficient…
If these leaked patent images are accurate, we could be looking at the production Volkswagen Taigun compact crossover.
The 2013 Toyota RAV4 received an update for the new model year, and has just been named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Last year at the New York Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz debuted its GLK250 BlueTEC and the German automaker has revealed that it’ll be priced from $38,950 excluding a $905 destination charge.
Production of the plug-in hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander stopped last month and now the brand says it knows what caused the crossover’s batteries to overheat.
It’s unwise to purchase a home without having a qualified expert give it a thorough going over, why should new cars be any different? Top-to-bottom, front-to-back, inside-and-out, the 2014 Subaru Forester is on the receiving end of AutoGuide’s weekly Five-Point Inspection.
Mercedes is grabbing at the small luxury car market with gusto as it officially unveils the Concept GLA during the Shanghai Auto Show.
BMW is bringing its new X4 Concept to the Shanghai Auto Show later this week, and today the brand released a new set of photos to show off the coupe styled crossover.
Set to take on the Audi Q3 and BMW X1, Mercedes just released an official sketch of the GLA compact crossover that is expected to debut during the Shanghai auto show this weekend.
Once upon a time the automotive market was radically different. Just a few decades ago things were much simpler for consumers than they are today. Unless they’re shopping for a new Tesla, buyers face a borderline-absurd number of choices when they walk into a typical dealer showroom. This is why we’re here. Ask AutoGuide’s expertly…
As the new Infiniti Director of Performance, Sebastian Vettel is keeping busy between racing and fine tuning Infiniti’s newest machines.
Mitsubishi will continue its production and shipment stoppage of its Outlander plug-in hybrid variant since the automaker still hasn’t found a cause for an overheating lithium-ion battery in one of the vehicles.
An AMG version of Mercedes’ upcoming GLA crossover was just spied taking laps around the Nurburgring.
At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Land Rover showed off its Range Rover Evoque in convertible form, a variant that’s likely not heading to production.
Acura is looking to bolster its crossover lineup in the near future, teasing a new concept model ahead of its world premiere at the Auto Shanghai show in China on April 20th.
Last week was a lot like the British ocean liner Lusitania; it got sunk, but this time around it wasn’t the Kaiser’s fault. Instead of falling prey to a German U-Boat it was torpedoed by the New York Auto Show.