The saga revolving around the General Motors ignition-switch recall has a new twist, as a report has surfaced that post-bankruptcy GM will not be responsible for accidents occurring before its bankruptcy.
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American Honda has revealed that it’ll be restructuring its U.S. operations to help further differentiate the Honda and Acura brands.
GM just rolled out its latest full-size SUVs to dealerships, the 2015 Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, and it looks like a performance variant for the Chevy might be in the works.
AutoGuide‘s spy photographers have captured a new Porsche 911 model testing on the roadways, hinting that a new GTS model could be on its way.
The next-generation Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG wagon has been spied testing, a model that could make its debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Fiat is recalling 19,500 500L vehicles due to a problem with the transmission that is affecting its shifts.
BMW’s new plug-in hybrid sports car will begin arriving in dealerships this June, a little less than a year after it initially debuted in Frankfurt.
The Geneva Motor Show is most commonly associated with high-end sports car debuts. This year, stunners like the Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari California T and McLaren 650S all made their global debuts. SEE ALSO: Top 10 Cars of the 2014 Geneva Motor Show Rare as those cars are, there’s something even more unusual on display. After…
Mini is considering ditching the hatchback-based Coupe and Roadster variants along with the Countryman-based Paceman model, to focus on a three-car strategy.
Chrysler is calling back 25,250 SUVs from the Jeep and Dodge brands over issues with the braking system.
Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough!
The proportion of hybrid vehicles on the road globally will reach 20 percent “soon” according to Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada.
McLaren will be pausing production on its 12C model in order to satisfy the demand for the recently revealed 650S.
The next-generation Volkswagen Phaeton will be “class leading,” according to Heinz-Jacob Neusser, the German automaker’s head of development.
With the launch of the latest generation A3 Audi made it clear that only the sedan version would be headed to North America. Now it turns out that might not be entirely true.
This past week, the AutoGuide team headed to the 2014 Geneva Motor Show to catch all the wild debuts. Surprisingly, the cars that grabbed the attention of our viewers weren’t the uber exotics that made their debuts, but rather the highly anticipated 2015 Audi TT and Honda Civic Type R concept. In addition, our readers wanted to…
Is smaller better? Automakers worldwide are turning their attention to the compact market to observe just how viable it will be for years to come.
Each year, dozens of exotic car manufacturers flock to Switzerland for the Geneva Motor Show, and 2014 was no different. Last year saw the world premieres of the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Lamborghini Veneno. Could this year’s lineup of debuts compete? Browse our gallery and judge for yourself. SEE ALSO: 2014 Geneva Motor Show…
The Ford Focus ST will be getting a diesel variant according to Mark Fields, Ford’s chief operating officer.
The joint sports car project between BMW and Toyota is rumored to make its debut in 2017.
Despite reports of unsatisfactory sales, Tetsuya Tada, lead engineer of the Scion FR-S, Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ took to Facebook to tease new updates to the rear-wheel drive sports-car.
Japan’s third largest automaker, Nissan, is looking to continue its investment in the United States with a goal of producing 85 percent of its North American lineup here in America.
Pricing for the Fiat 500 1957 Edition has been announced, with the retro-inspired compact going on sale at $21,200 including destination.
Intakes, brakes, exhausts and a diffuser – these are the things we can see in these new spy photos of the upcoming Mercedes C63 AMG. But there’s a few interesting details about what we don’t see here too, namely the engine lurking under the hood.