Last year AutoGuide crowned the Scion FR-S with our inaugural Car of the Year award. In the coming weeks we will be announcing our 2014 Car of the Year winner, but in the meantime it is time to introduce a new award; the AutoGuide.com Utility Vehicle of the Year. Continue Reading...
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What happens when too much isn’t enough? You end up with a concept car like the Audi Sport Quattro, a bright yellow, 700-horsepower denunciation of beige Toyota Camrys everywhere. Continue Reading...
There will be at least nine global debuts in late November at this year’s L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Driving is expensive, and it’s getting worse according to a new study released today by AAA suggesting annual cost of ownership increased two percent this year. Continue Reading...
This week’s Five-Point Inspection focuses on a large crossover from General Motors, the Chevrolet Traverse. Continue Reading...
Consumer Reports announced its automotive Top Picks for 2013 today, a list that excluded all domestic automakers. Continue Reading...
Inspired by its GT4 race car, Aston Martin has announced a special edition of the V8 Vantage S, which gains a stick shift for the first time. Continue Reading...
The Lexus LFA production has ended, but the rumors of a convertible variant remain strong. Continue Reading...
Ditching the V8 this year for a supercharged six, Audi’s S5 sport coupe still delivers thrills, albeit in a slightly different way than before. Continue Reading...
EPA estimates for the 2013 Audi Q5 small crossover are available, but return rather disappointing results. Continue Reading...
Newly introduced in the 2013 RAM 1500 pickup and SRT Viper, Chrysler will offer customers an OnStar-like service through its partnership with wireless company Sprint. Continue Reading...
For 2013 the Toyota Avalon gets a full redesign including a first-ever hybrid option that remained under speculation until a company spokesman confirmed it with us today. Continue Reading...
Having flip-flopped the idea for years, Porsche continues to gauge consumer sentiment as it once again places a sub-Boxster, entry-level Porsche sports car back on the table. According to Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller, the idea remains actively discussed. Dubbed internally as the “550” project, only last month did Porsche hold a focus group to get… Continue Reading...
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat–Chrysler, is looking forward to 2013 for being a big year for the Italian-American brand. Marchionne is looking ahead to a collection of new Chrysler products, the reintroduction of Alfa Romeo back to America and have a chance to fully combine Fiat and Chrysler into one company. Fiat, who now owns… Continue Reading...
Just as BMW has begun drumming up attention with the release of their new 3-series, Audi quickly answered back with their A4 update for the 2013 model year. Since the A4 is Audi’s best selling model, it is important to be evolutionary, rather than too revolutionary, in design. While Audi has made updates to every… Continue Reading...
Alfa Romeo debuted another version of its 4C sports car concept and announced it will be available worldwide, including North America. In 2013. That’s a year later than we previous thought. We had previously reported Alfa Romeo would offer the 4C in North America in 2012 with other models to follow in 2013. Continue Reading...
The Fiat and Chrysler product osmosis continues. Chrysler first revealed its plan for a Fiat collaborated small commercial van for the North American market back in November 2009. Finally, here it is. Tofas Turk Otomobil Fabrikasi, Fiat’s Turkish joint venture, announced that it will supply Ram with 190,000 units of the Fiat Doblo small panel… Continue Reading...
Lexus has just released a promo clip for the all-new 2013 GS350, highlighting the car’s power and agility. With details provided on the new suspension setup as well as the 306-hp 3.5-liter V6, there are also plenty of stunning visuals. Recently unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, get full details on the new GS… Continue Reading...
Hyundai is continuing to enter new product segments, including upscale niche markets, but will continue to update lower priced models over the next three years. Three vehicles the Korean automaker wants to launch sometime soon include a dedicated plug-in hybrid sedan (a Prius rival), a sporty sedan to compete with the BMW 3-Series and more… Continue Reading...
After a 27 year absence, Fiat has had a very successful launch in North America. Currently, the 500 is available in three trim levels, but the model range is set to expand next year with the introduction of the sporty Abarth version and an all-electric 500. Fiat will also launch a fifth vehicle in 2013, a… Continue Reading...
For over a decade now, Lexus has been the most popular luxury brand in the U.S, but the Toyota-owned company has struggled in the European market due to a lack of diesel engines. Lexus hopes to change this in the coming years as a diesel option becomes available for the next-gen GS model. Lexus will… Continue Reading...
With production beginning fairly soon on the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Ford is getting ready to fight back, and is starting development on the 2012 Shelby GT500. The Shelby has recently undergone testing at the Nürburgring featuring a very large intercooler, leading us to believe the car has been given even more power. However, nothing is official as… Continue Reading...
General Motors has recently revealed plans of a shift in production for the next-generation Chevrolet Impala. The new Impala will soon be produced in the Detroit-Hamtramck plant, rather than the Oshawa, Canada facility that currently builds the car. The next Impala will be based on Cadillac’s upcoming XTS sedan meaning the Impala will grow in… Continue Reading...