Hyundai might be saying that its ix25 is exclusive to the Chinese market, but it could be a preview of a compact crossover that will be launching in the U.S. in 2016.
An all new Cadillac Escalade is upon us, and AutoGuide’s review of this mammoth SUV from General Motors caught the most attention this past week.
Is there a place in the market for an ever larger sedan than the BMW 7 Series?
Is Mercedes-Benz readying its own competitor to the BMW X4 and X6 models?
The most researched vehicles in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section this week represent several parts of the auto industry.
Take a look at the future of the Audi TT lineup, do you like what you see?
How hot would a Volkswagen Golf R be with 395 hp? This hot.
Unfortunately, our submission of Blimp 182 wasn’t one of the finalists of the Goodyear Name the Blimp contest.
Arriving dealerships this summer, you can take a closer look at the new 2015 Subaru Outback.
We will get our first look into Scion‘s future at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
Alfa Romeo might not be the only European brand heading back to the U.S.
The affluent Chinese sure love their ultra-luxurious sedans, and Rolls-Royce is looking to capture more market share.
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+.
Kia hosted a nice surprise leading up to the 2014 New York Auto Show, proving that there’s still some life left in the minivan segment.
The Mazda Tribute has been recalled in cold-weather states for rusty frame parts.
It’s the Easter long weekend and if you’re a car junkie living in or around the New York City area, there’s probably a good chance you’re planning to visit the Javits Center. If that isn’t already nestled somewhere between chocolate bunnies and Easter egg hunts, you should really make the time. After all, this…
If you’re holding your breath on the Volkswagen Golf GTD to arrive in the U.S., you may want to exhale… and it’s not in relief.
Volkswagen CEO Michael Horn has disclosed some of the German automaker’s future plans for the U.S. market and they include one big vehicle, but not another.
The more hardcore, track-only LaFerrari exotic has made its first appearance.
Volkswagen has recalled over 26,000 vehicles for a possible fire hazard.
Nissan Leaf owners will get to save more than just fuel costs in the coming years.
The current Jaguar XKR will go out with a bang for the 2015 model year.
At the 2014 New York Auto Show, Infiniti introduced two updated models, but that’s just the start of the growth for the Japanese automaker.
Volkswagen is bringing a new concept car to Auto China in Beijing, teasing a sports car that goes well beyond anything the German brand has for sale right now.