Toyota hopes to sell somewhere between 5,000 and 10,000 of its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles starting in 2015 when the vehicle is introduced. Continue Reading...
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Lexus isn’t interested in following Mercedes-Benz in its downmarket path paved by the new CLA-Class. Continue Reading...
Gran Turismo 6 launches today and among the almost unmanageably long list of available cars, gamers are able to “play” with the concept version of Acura’s upcoming NSX. Continue Reading...
Toyota doesn’t see much of a market in purely electric cars, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t looking at one of the most interesting technologies commonly associated with those products. Continue Reading...
One of the most important upcoming product for the Lexus brand will debut early next year during the Geneva Motor Show according to a new report. Continue Reading...
Honda just released a teaser image of its recently-announced 2014 Civic WTCC race car. Continue Reading...
Honda picked the upcoming 2015 Fit, which will arrive next spring, to be its first vehicle with an integrated Siri Eyes Free system from Apple. Continue Reading...
It’s award season again. We have already crowned the AutoGuide.com Truck of the Year and Utility Vehicle of the Year. Now it’s time for the most important award of them all. Continue Reading...
Nissan is continuing its push toward marketing a self-driving car, announcing today that it began testing on public roads in Japan. Continue Reading...
Even more information on the 2015 Subaru WRX leaked and now it’s out that Subaru’s 2.0-liter turbocharged boxer four cylinder will offer 268 hp in that application. Continue Reading...
The image above is getting rotation today as a leaked picture of the 2015 Subaru WRX. Continue Reading...
Honda just announced that it will debut a concept hinting at the future of its fuel-cell electric vehicle set to launch in 2015 during next week’s L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
It’s no secret that Mazda and Alfa-Romeo are collaborating on a new roadster, and AutoGuide’s spy photographers have managed to snap a few pictures of an engineering mule undergoing rigorous testing. Continue Reading...
Infiniti is considering the possibility of offering a four-door coupe that could command high price premiums while setting it apart from other luxury brands. Continue Reading...
Leaked images seen here reveal the facelifted version of Lexus’ five-door compact hybrid. Continue Reading...
Two new safety systems from Toyota were announced in Japan today that will better protect pedestrians and make highway driving safer. Continue Reading...
AutoGuide‘s compact crossover video comparison garnered plenty of attention this week, as we pitted eight of the market’s most popular crossovers against one another. Which one came out on top? Watch the video below, along with our other most popular videos of the week. Continue Reading...
With its little-loved Matrix axed for the 2014 model year, Toyota might be considering a five-door version of the Corolla as a replacement. Continue Reading...
Compact crossovers are quickly becoming America’s one-size-fits-all automotive solution. Continue Reading...
Toyota chairman, Takeshi Uchiyamada, has reaffirmed that the Japanese automaker will bring a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to the U.S. by 2015. Continue Reading...
Late is better than never in the Subaru handbook, or at least that’s the case when it comes to hybrid vehicles. Continue Reading...
The next Honda CR-Z could wind up with real performance credibility courtesy of the new Civic Type R, even if the latter doesn’t make a trans-Atlantic leap. Continue Reading...
Lexus just pulled the digital sheet from its Frankfurt-bound concept car: the LF-NX Concept. Continue Reading...
Nissan will have a new GT-R for the 2016 model year, although details about the new supercar killer are sketchy. Continue Reading...