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German niche sports car maker Wiesmann’s doors are closed.
As a very fashion-forward city, New York really is one of the most appropriate places for Mercedes to tease the interior of what’s likely to be its most head-turning model for years to come.
Audi thinks that a high-riding utilitarian vehicle leaning heavily on the TT nameplate is a good idea.
Japanese, German and American cars all came together to comprise this week’s most researched five at AutoGuide.com.
Mercedes just unveiled the fastest and most exclusive version of its new flagship ahead of its official New York Auto Show debut.
Continuing its line of production-intent concepts, Volkswagen unveiled its T-ROC concept today ahead of the Geneva Motor Show.
Two turbos, six cylinders to power four wheels
Reese’s Puffs might be the single greatest invention since beer, the automobile or YouTube.
They successfully marry candy and breakfast in a symphony of synthesized taste that makes ordinary corn-based cereal irrelevant. This stuff gives a new meaning to “most important meal of the day.”
Putting General Mills’ chocolate salty balls aside for a moment, Porsche is another company that managed to mash the essence of being awesome and useful into one product. They call it the Panamera and you should probably take out a second mortgage to own one.
OK, that’s a bit extreme, but if you’re in the market for a luxury sedan names like BMW and Mercedes carry a lot of cache, but not this much. Yes, it may have four doors, but this Porsche is also at home at a race track.