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.
Chrysler’s lamentable first-generation 200 is finally gone and the new model replacing it is praiseworthy for a variety of reasons.
Are you a fan of the Porsche Panamera’s design? Love it or, well, not, the company’s CEO Matthias Müller said the next generation of this luxury sedan must have improved styling.
We finally had a chance to test the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3. So how does it perform?
Porsche’s newest 911 Carrera GTS caused the biggest buzz around this past week.
NASCAR racers will see a new competitor on the track next season.
New Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen isn’t wasting anytime adding to the American automaker’s lineup.
The Kia GT concept is heading to production.
Drivers looking for something cool have a veritable smörgåsbord of options on the market today. Automakers are building some of the most appealing and exciting vehicles in industry history.
The new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is off to a rough start.
Tesla has confirmed that an all-wheel drive Model S is on the way.
Audi will be showing off its autonomous driving technologies at the German Touring Car Championship (DTM).
Pricing for the 2015 Subaru Impreza has been announced.
General Motors has confirmed that it is developing another electric vehicle that will sell beside the Volt and Spark EV.
The Opel Monza concept will strongly influence the styling direction of the next Insignia, sold in the U.S. as the Buick Regal.
The Tesla Model S is getting several new advanced safety features.
Pricing for the new Mercedes-Benz sports cars have been announced for Germany.
A trio of Ford vehicles are under investigation for a steering issue.
In the near future, you’ll be able to get a used Tesla Model S straight from the company.
All those hoping for a Tesla Model D announcement next week, we’re here to shatter those dreams.
BMW is sending more of its i3 and i8 units to the U.S.
Remember the X-Type? Lucky for Jaguar, most people don’t. A half-baked rebranding of a Ford product, the ill-fated attempt at a compact luxury sedan in the early 2000s never caught on. But Jaguar is back with a new compact sedan, the XE. And this time, it’s a complete in-house design.
Rolls-Royce has drawn inspiration from today’s modern metropolises.