SEMA is an annual event that allows automakers, tuner companies and aftermarket firms to showcase their hottest, most exciting products. Surprisingly the folks at Kia have decided to bring a modified minivan. SAY WHAT?!
It appears that Tesla has caught the attention of several luxury automakers.
Eschewing traditional auto show etiquette, BMW just revealed complete details about its newest line of performance crossovers ahead of their debut in Los Angeles next month.
Each year, Consumer Reports conducts its Reliability Survey in order to determine which vehicles presented the most problems fresh off the assembly line.
Crossovers have come to dominate the market. In a lot of ways they’re like an invasive, non-native species. Over the years they’ve silently displaced traditional cars, becoming the go-to vehicle for many families. But are they really tantamount to Asian carp, zebra mussels or nutria?
Nissan unveiled a compact crossover concept at the 2014 São Paulo International Motor Show.
Hyundai is planning to add a compact crossover to its lineup in the U.S.
Mazda confirmed today that it plans to debut a new sub-compact crossover called the CX-3 next month at the LA Auto Show.
Does Mercedes-Benz have a winner in the crossover segment?
The 2014 SEMA show is just a few days away and Chrysler has BIG plans for this annual Las Vegas event.
Attention Subaru fans, the company’s XV Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid models are getting some new technology.
The upcoming Mercedes GLC AMG compact crossover was spotted frolicking in a black-and-white suit, but don’t think it’s doing a stint in prison.
The BMW X4 M40i is getting ready to make its official debut.
Honda’s new crossover will make its first appearance in North America next month.
Pricing for the newest Lexus crossover model has been announced.
Jaguar needs a series of slam-dunks to meet demanding growth goals outlined by its top management.
The Audi TT family is getting ready to welcome new members.
The Porsche Macan is off to a hot start and in an effort to push things further, the company will expand its lineup in the U.S.
The Fiat 500X will expand its lineup with a high-performance, sportier Abarth model.
The Porsche Macan has taken on the vaunted “moose test” and its results might surprise you.
Land Rover is considering a diesel variant of the Evoque crossover for the U.S. market.
Ford is working on a new rear-wheel drive model, but it won’t be a traditional sedan as many believed.
With the success of last year’s CLA-Class compact sedan coupe, Mercedes-Benz is unabashedly eager to expand its front-wheel drive line-up in America.
Buick’s latest crossover is reportedly heading to the U.S. next year.