Aston Martin has just unveiled its 2014 Vanquish Volante, the first Volante model to ever feature a full carbon fiber body.
McLaren has announced that it’ll be bringing a trio of F1s to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed event, joining past and present Can-Ams that the British automaker revealed previously.
Bosch Engineering and Aston Martin have teamed up to build a plug-in hybrid variant of the British automaker’s DB9 sports car.
Recapping the most watched videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel this week, here’s a chance to catch up on what everyone else is talking about. This past week, Autoguide took an extensive look at the Audi RS5 sports car and how the German automaker’s coupe compares to the competition.
The McLaren P1 surprised many E3 show goers this past week, playing an integral part in showing off Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox One and the upcoming Forza Motorsport 5 title.
The new 2014 Range Rover Sport has been named the official pace car for the 91st Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 30, 2013.
Bentley revealed new details about the real-world version of its Continental GT3 race car first shown as a concept during the 2012 Paris Motor Show last September.
Imagine being in the middle of British automotive heaven only to stomp on the gas and feel something break.
Land Rover will launch a diesel hybrid version of its Range Rover in Europe shortly after the truck debuts during the Frankfurt Motor Show. It might not be so long until it reaches the U.S. either.
The all-electric racing league known as Formula E will begin taking to race tracks around the world next year, and Williams Advanced Engineering is the latest company to sign on as a supplier for the cars.
In the rarefied world of exotic automobiles there’s something for just about everyone, so long as their wallets are sufficiently engorged. For customers that wish to be smothered in comfort and morally objectionable amounts of luxury Rolls-Royce offers a host of suitable automobiles that will surely exceed their needs. If someone wishes to attract attention…
British sports car brand TVR made headlines last week after an image on the brand’s retail site suggested it was returning to the U.K.
Starting July 2013, MINI will not only offer the Countryman and Paceman models with ALL4 all-wheel drive, but more customization options and details will be available enhance the two vehicles.
Recapping the most watched videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel this week, here’s a chance to catch up on what everyone else is talking about. This past week, AutoGuide was on hand for the official unveiling of the all-new, 2014 Toyota Corolla. Check out what the Japanese automaker has done to its entry-level, popular sedan.
Back at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Bertone Jet 2+2 concept was introduced, which is basically an Aston Martin Rapide Wagon. Now, it has come to light that the concept may make it to production.
Land Rover’s new Range Rover Sport crested Pikes Peak in 12 minutes and 35.61 seconds yesterday to claim a new record.
TVR is making a comeback as its website is subtly hinting with the words “Roaring Back…” with a British flag prominently displayed.
This year, Porsche is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its 911 model, and to congratulate the German automaker on its momentous feat, MINI has released a photo gallery of a classic MINI with a classic Porsche 911.
In an attempt to remind women in Mexico that putting on makeup while driving is dangerous, MINI has released a video that gave a few women quite a few surprises.
McLaren is forecasting that its sales this year will more than double in Asia, much thanks to the high demand in China.
By adding its ALL4 all-wheel drive to the Cooper Countryman and Cooper Paceman models, MINI has expanded its range of ALL4-equipped models to 10.
Not likely to come as surprise to those who have driven Jaguar’s latest sports car, the F-Type has already sold half of all the cars slated to be built in 2013.
According to the latest rumors, Rolls-Royce is hoping to have its SUV on the market by late 2017, despite the fact that a final decision regarding the model hasn’t been made.
British sports car manufacturer Caterham will offer a new entry-level version of its Seven sports car for under £17,000 (about $25,800).