When the Ferrari 458 gets its mid-cycle refresh, expect a potent turbocharged engine powering it.
Tesla hasn’t forgotten about its Roadster owners despite the spotlight being on its Model S sedan.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk might want “hundreds” of Gigafactories, but the site for the first one won’t even be determined until late this year.
Slowly but surely, Volvo is releasing more information on its upcoming 2015 XC90 model.
We now have our first look at the inside of the upcoming Mercedes-Benz MLC.
Details on the four-cylinder engines Porsche is planning for its products are starting to emerge.
Acura has announced that its 2015 MDX will have a starting price of $43,460 including destination.
Audi’s RS7 is quick like a rocket and will be slightly revised for the 2015 model year.
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British automaker McLaren is ready to embrace hybrid technology across its entire lineup.
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General Motors isn’t the only company going on a recall spree.
First there’s no manual transmission for the Porsche GT3 RS, and now it could be turbocharged?
Could Audi be considering a diesel variant for its hot RS5 sports car?
BMW believes that China is the place to be in the future with electric vehicles.
Audi is offering an even closer look at the A3 Clubsport Quattro Concept in a new series of videos.
Technology is helping vehicles achieve better ratings on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s front crash prevention test.
Unlike other luxury automakers, BMW doesn’t plan to chase nine-speed transmissions.
The McLaren family will grow bigger once again at next year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Debuting earlier this year at the 2014 New York Auto Show, BMW has given us a better look at its all-new X4.
The Bentley SUV is being teased again ahead of its official debut.
Mercedes is weighing the possibility of introducing a coupe-styled sedan that would sit between the CLA and CLS.