The letter F stands for a lot of things, but at Lexus it should stand for fast. It’s the designation used on the brands sportiest models and this year that lineup expands to include the GS F. Continue Reading...
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On display for the first time ever, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V appears to be worth the wait. Continue Reading...
There are huge changes in store for the Jaguar F-Type in 2016 that might change how you feel about the car. Continue Reading...
In the grand hierarchy of the Porsche naming structure, GTS signifies the sportiest models, even for SUVs. Continue Reading...
One of the most engaging options in the 911 family, the GTS, has returned. Continue Reading...
For 2015 the Dodge Charger erupted onto the scene with a controversial new look that was quickly forgotten once the powertrain options were announced. Continue Reading...
In what must have been a logistical nightmare, Mazda simultaneously debut the next generation MX-5 in three different countries around the world at the same time. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Subaru WRX STI is the real deal. Ignore the detractors who have yet to drive the new car; it’s not at all a mildly updated carryover. Continue Reading...
Debuting to the public for the first today in Detroit, Cadillac claims the new ATS Coupe will be one of the lightest and therefore sportiest luxury coupes in the segment, with an advantage in both power and weight over a similarly equipped BMW 428i. Continue Reading...
Next week, Porsche will officially unveil its Macan crossover despite the fact that much of the information about its newest product is already out in the open. Continue Reading...
Porsche 911 sports cars from model years 2001 through 2007 are the subject of a NHTSA probe opened on Friday, April 26. Continue Reading...
As the second most popular sport in America, someone from outside the country might assume that most people understand Nascar. Unfortunately, there are still quite a few of us who happen upon a race while channel surfing and see little more than a lot of left turns and the occasional explosion. Continue Reading...
South Korea just got themselves a new pickup truck when SsangYong released their new Korando Sports to the market. Based off of their SUT 1 concept that debuted at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, SsangYong is calling the Korando Sports an LUV – Leisure Utility Vehicle. What is interesting though is the fact that the… Continue Reading...
A Honda dealer in Vancouver, Canada who wanted to show support for the NHL’s Vancouver Canucks was forced to remove the team’s logo from their showroom. Kingsway Honda manager Doug Lum told the CBC that the NHL informed Kingsway Honda that the use of logos constituted copyright infringement and had to be removed immediately. Lum… Continue Reading...
Toyota is preparing to showcase a second FT-86 Concept at the upcoming Geneva Auto Show, but that car is likely to arrive as a Scion in North America. Previously reported to wear the FR-S badge, the fan site Toyotobaru is claiming a name change to FT-S after word from a recent Toyota executive meeting. Pricing… Continue Reading...
Stephanie Rice, a 22 year old Australian swimmer who endorses Jaguar products in her home country, was let go after she tweeted a homophobic slur in response to Australia’s victory over South Africa in a rugby match. Rice, who had been given a Jaguar XF as part of her sponsorship package, will have to return… Continue Reading...
Lotus will make three vehicle debuts at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, including the world premiere of an all-new track car, which will carry the 125 name. No details about the 125 have been provided, but judging from past Lotus models it’s likely a more hard-core version of the 2-Eleven, or a 2-Eleven style… Continue Reading...
Earlier this week GM laid out it’s two-year-plan at a product and technology event, with the focus being on new Buick and Cadillac models and, of course, the 230 mpg claim for the Chevrolet Volt. But there was another tid-bit of info in that two-year-plan on another highly-anticipated Chevy… the C7 Corvette. Initially the next… Continue Reading...