Rumors and speculation that the R36 Nissan GT-R will be packaged with a hybrid powertrain have been floating around for years, but now there are fresh signs of life for the project. Continue Reading...
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Toyota showcased several future safety technologies today during the fourth annual Toyota Advanced Safety Seminar. Continue Reading...
Toyota plans to make collision avoidance technology available on all its models and might even add it to the standard equipment list on each of its vehicles. Continue Reading...
Mazda officially revealed the new Mazda2 sub-compact today as production began on the car in Japan. Continue Reading...
Subaru’s future plans include hybrid and full-electric powertrains, but not until after the company is able to clear the plate it is currently chewing through. Continue Reading...
There’s a chance the Honda Civic Hybrid is about to walk drive the “green mile.” Continue Reading...
A new recall campaign from Honda is pulling 1,038 Fit sub-compact hatchbacks in for service. Continue Reading...
Nissan’s high-tech race car looks like it belongs on Cyrano de Bergerac and it’s also really, really fast. Continue Reading...
The Beginning of a Legend Vehicle Overview In 1990 Mazda introduced a back-to-basics sports car. Utilizing the same philosophy as British roadsters did in the 1950s and 1960s; the MX-5 Miata was a lightweight, front engine roadster that offered moderate power, a well-balanced chassis and top down motoring fun. Continue Reading...
Nissan just released a teaser clip previewing the interior of the truck it plans to fully reveal on Wednesday. Continue Reading...
Hybrid vehicles are available in a greater variety than ever before, but their share of the overall auto market declined from 2013 to 2014 according to Polk. Continue Reading...
For 2014, Toyota is keeping its title as the most valuable car brand. Continue Reading...
Toyota hopes to boost the efficiency of its hybrid vehicles by as much as 10 percent through a new semiconductor that uses less energy. Continue Reading...
Subaru’s 2015 Legacy mid-size sedan will start at $22,490 including delivery when it begins to arrive at dealers this summer. Continue Reading...
Later this year, ZipCar will address one of the steepest challenges it and other brands like it face. Continue Reading...
Who doesn’t love the Mazda Miata? This small, rear-drive roadster provides a greater fun-per-dollar ratio than any Ferrari. Customers that are interested in the special 25th Anniversary edition of this car had better pay attention. Continue Reading...
Minivans may no longer be the default vehicle for growing families, but that doesn’t mean these practical do-it-all boxes should be ignored. Continue Reading...
The world’s fastest lawnmower is generating a new kind of buzz today by taking on one of the most famous corners in motorsport. Continue Reading...
Toyota probably isn’t the first automotive company that comes to mind when you think of Texas, but that isn’t stopping the Japanese giant from shifting its North American headquarters to the Lone Star State. Continue Reading...
The next Nissan Maxima will have styling very close to the wild-looking Sport Sedan Concept preview first seen at the Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Despite its dainty proportions the Mazda Miata is always a big deal, especially when there’s a new one on the way. To help celebrate this iconic roadster’s 25th anniversary the company brought in a throng of historic models and put ‘em on display here at the New York Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Unofficial details about the 2015 Acura TLX – the replacement to both the TSX and TL – have leaked ahead of the car’s planned debut this week in New York. Continue Reading...
Honda’s most sophisticated hybrid to date is turning out to be a bigger hit than the company expected. Continue Reading...
Mazda’s fuel-saving i-ELOOP technology is causing trouble and needs to be tweaked so the company is calling back vehicles outfitted with it. Continue Reading...