Celebrity endorsements are nothing new in the world of automobiles and Kia has just announced a new one.
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Chrysler is recalling over 900,000 vehicles worldwide because of defects that could cause fires.
Audi’s upcoming RS3 will be powered by a 2.5-liter TFSI five-cylinder engine.
Usually sports cars are the reasons why ambulances are on the road, but not in the United Arab Emirates.
The rapid recharging parlor trick that Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled more than a year ago will finally be available to Model S owners before the end of the year.
General Motors is now facing a massive class-action lawsuit due to its numerous recalls.
It seems that production of the Lamborghini Urus SUV is still not a sure thing.
Volvo plans to show off how far it has come with its autonomous driving technologies at the upcoming LA Auto Show.
Tesla may be conceding that dealerships are a necessary part to its future.
Mercedes is going above and beyond to hide its latest concept car.
Soon there will be another TV Show for car enthusiasts.
Nissan is preparing to show off a new SUV concept at the upcoming São Paulo Motor Show.
The cheapest vehicle in North America now has its own race league, but only for those who live in Canada.
Ferrari is officially under new management this week, a shift that will mark significant changes for the prancing pony brand.
Toyota has announced another massive recall.
The Audi TT family is getting ready to welcome new members.
Audi is no stranger to building self-driving performance cars, but it’s latest product makes the TT that ran Pikes Peak look like a joke.
The Honda Civic Si has finally joined the 2015 model year lineup.
Nissan has announced pricing for the 2015 Armada full-size SUV.
Chrysler plans to bring a full lineup of concept vehicles to SEMA this year and has released a set of teaser sketches to preview them.
BMW is looking to make its 7 Series more competitive in the luxury sedan segment.
The next-generation Mercedes E-Class sedan is in its early stages of testing.
Bentley owners have a new toy to match their cars, but it doesn’t come cheap.
Chrysler’s lamentable first-generation 200 is finally gone and the new model replacing it is praiseworthy for a variety of reasons.