Take a look at the future of the Audi TT lineup, do you like what you see?
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+.
The more hardcore, track-only LaFerrari exotic has made its first appearance.
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.
While other automakers such as BMW are adding as many models as they can to their lineup, Acura is taking a different approach.
Volvo is aiming for performance while going green in China.
Land Rover is synonymous with off roading the way McDonalds is to fast food or the airline industry is to terrible service. This rough-and-tumble British brand revealed its cutting-edge Discovery Vision concept right here in the urban jungle of Manhattan.
The Porsche 911 GT3 got off to a rough start, but hopefully the GT3 RS will fare better.
Bentley isn’t going to let Ferrari, McLaren and Lamborghini have all the fun in North America.
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.
Daimler’s ultra-luxury Maybach brand might have been killed off last year, but we could see a return of the nameplate as soon as this year.
Like an angry chef armed with a Ginsu BMW is slicin’ and dicin’ the automotive market. It seems like there’s no niche too small, no white space worth leaving alone. In the interest of filling every possible product category, the German automaker revealed their new X4 Sports Activity Coupe in New York.
The Jaguar F-Type already added a coupe model, but an even hotter version is on the agenda.
Naturally racecars are about maximum performance, neck-snapping acceleration, organ-bruising lateral grip and of course enough stopping power to rip the skin off your forehead. The Porsche 919 Hybrid is one such machine, but that’s not all.
When it comes to cars, pretty much all automotive journalists lust after diesel-powered, rear-wheel-drive station wagons with manual transmissions. Believe it or not, Audi is happy to answer the call… sort of.
Limited edition luxury SUVs are all the rage and Infiniti seems to know that.
Ferrari is already hard at work on a hardcore, track-only version of its LaFerrari halo car.
The Audi lineup is about to get more dynamic at this year’s New York Auto Show.
These spy photos don’t just show us what the new Audi Q7 will look like, but also hint at the future of the Porsche Cayenne, Volkswagen Touareg and upcoming SUV from Bentley.
McLaren is so impressed by the Porsche GT3, that the German sports car is being used as a benchmark for an upcoming model.
Unofficial details about the 2015 Acura TLX – the replacement to both the TSX and TL – have leaked ahead of the car’s planned debut this week in New York.
Is the world ready for a successor to the almighty Bugatti Veyron?