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10. Peugeot Quartz Concept
French automaker Peugeot built a crossover concept for Paris this year that uses a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and 500 hp. How can that be? There are also electric motors powering each of the axles to achieve that number.
No, you can’t expect to see a road car like this any time soon, but how could this thing not make the list? Look at it!
McLaren just revealed what might be the products that steals the show at Pebble Beach this week with a staggering 1,000 hp.
McLaren’s track-only 650 S Sprint was on display today at Pebble Beach as part of an impressive presence for the British sports car brand.
There will be at least 25 world premiers during the 2014 L.A. Auto Show next November.
Don't miss our guide to the New York Auto Show
It’s the Easter long weekend and if you’re a car junkie living in or around the New York City area, there’s probably a good chance you’re planning to visit the Javits Center.
If that isn’t already nestled somewhere between chocolate bunnies and Easter egg hunts, you should really make the time. After all, this is also a once-a-year affair that is never the same twice.
In any case, these are the 10 things you need to see and do even if there isn’t time for anything else at the show.
SRT just unveiled a new version of its floundering halo car at the 2014 New York Auto Show.
Remaining recognizably a Murano, Nissan’s style-conscious crossover just debuted at the 2014 New York Auto Show.
These are the announcements and debuts we're looking forward to most
The New York Auto Show kicks off Tuesday night with a series of pre-show events followed by the press days on Wednesday and Thursday.
There are certainly surprises coming, but even some of the already-announced debuts are exciting. Here’s what AutoGuide.com is looking forward to most next week.