The Alfa Romeo 4C just launched in North America and already the brand is already preparing an even hotter version.
There will be one debut that is decidedly British at the Paris Motor Show next week.
Jaguar is doing some hot weather testing for it all-new XF model out in Southern Europe.
Mercedes is planning to sell just about every vehicle that it makes with the option of a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The images shown here were supposedly captured from an online car configurator that went live early, revealing Ferrari’s next convertible ahead of its official debut.
There’s more bad news from Lotus.
Exotic sports cars were at the center of this week’s most popular automotive news stories.
Is the BMW M4 a worthy successor to the M3?
The Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG will benefit from the all-new GT.
The next Porsche to use a plug-in hybrid powertrain will be the Macan according to a report by Australian website Motoring.
British automaker Morgan is refuting rumors that the company is struggling.
Lotus says it is on track to sell 2,000 cars this year and plans to continue scaling its business up by growing its dealer network and offering more variants of its current product portfolio. in the next nine months.
Volkswagen is getting Rallycross enthusiasts excited for this weekend’s debut of its Beetle GRC.
If you have $400,000 burning a hole in your bank account – because who doesn’t – Renault has something that might be worth looking at.
Volkswagen’s popular Jetta sedan just earned Top Safety Pick+ honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway safety.
Mercedes is cutting the diesel V6 from its lineup of M-Class SUVs for the 2015 model year.
One year after the coupe, Ferrari will debut its open air version of the 458 Speciale at the Paris Motor Show.
Continuing its attempt to regain relevance and customer attention, Volvo revealed the sportier R-Design variant of its all-new 2015 XC90 crossover today.
Diesel. To many American drivers the “D” word is something of a mystery. It’s associated with construction equipment, tractor trailers and hillbillies “rollin’ coal” in their modified pickups, spewing more black smoke than a burning pile of used tires.
Renault may have created the best-looking hybrid Americans will never get.
Volvo is out to prove it can compete in the luxury segment.
The Porsche Museum has a one-of-a-kind exhibit currently on display.
A luxury hotel in Macau will boast the largest fleet of Rolls-Royce vehicles in the world.
The fighting bull brand has something crazy under wraps for the Paris Motor Show this year.