On display for the first time ever, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V appears to be worth the wait. Continue Reading...
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Chevrolet has extended the life of its drag racing special COPO Camaro for another year at the 2014 SEMA Show. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Ford Mustang is enough to turn heads on its own, but adding a shade of orange paint and a healthy slice of extra power certainly won’t hurt. Continue Reading...
Chrysler’s October sales are in and the Auburn Hills, Michigan-based automaker posted its 55th-consecutive month of year-over-year gains, but diving into the numbers reveals something interesting. Continue Reading...
For just under $166,000, you could own the most powerful and strangest looking Jaguar F-Types yet. Continue Reading...
Is Tesla CEO Elon Musk considering opening up his company’s patents to help speed up EV development? Continue Reading...
Winter’s frosty chill may have a death-grip on much of the Northern hemisphere but frigid temperatures and interminably gray skies aren’t going to prevent us from thinking on the bright side. Continue Reading...
Created for the upcoming Need For Speed movie, the customized Ford Mustang seen above will pace the season finale Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 17. Continue Reading...
The Ford Mustang won the Hottest Car of SEMA award and it’s no surprise – the muscle car is everywhere at SEMA. Continue Reading...
After months of months of hemming and hawing by Jaguar executives, the brand just announced its plan to debut the F-Type coupe later this month in L.A. Continue Reading...
With the next Mustang just around the corner, you might be about ready to forget the current generation. If Ford’s presence at this year’s SEMA Show has anything to say about it, that would be a mistake. Continue Reading...
Crossovers and family sedans make up a huge part of the automotive market. These sensible, everyday vehicles are safe, spacious and efficient; in short they’re perfect for families, be them planned or… not. But for all their merits these cars are about as much fun as counting grains of sugar in a five-pound bag. Continue Reading...
This week’s installment of ‘Commute, Toy or Destroy’ includes three iconic American sports cars – one from each of the Big Three. Continue Reading...
Welcome to the first installment of “Ask AutoGuide!” a brand-new weekly feature where we help you find the right new car or truck. Think of it as internet community service, our way of giving back to the loyal people who share so much with us. Best of all the advice comes from the heart since… Continue Reading...
Despite reaching new heights in 2012, EV sales still puttered along at a slower pace than some automakers originally guessed. Continue Reading...
Toyota will bring two concepts to the SEMA Show next week that feel more at home on a two-track than the black top. Continue Reading...
Tesla just launched its network of “Superchargers,” speeding up one of the most important aspects of its EVs, but it might not be what you think. Continue Reading...
Fans of the raging Roush-modified Ford vehicles will be pleased to know the performance tuner has another fire-breather on the way soon — the 2013 Roush Stage 3 Mustang. When it goes on sale this month, the package won’t beat the legendary Shelby GT500, but it will boosts performance to 565 hp and 505 lb-ft… Continue Reading...
Roush is to Ford what steroids are to athletics. While their modified vehicles are certainly less than common on the road, we usually see them materialize as Mustangs. That wont be true this time. Instead, Roush Performance is going to work on the 5.0- and 6.2-liter V8 F-150 trucks. Customers have the option to buy… Continue Reading...
A new continuously-variable transmission, a supercharged 2.5L four-cylinder engine and an front-drive hybrid system should all arrive on the new Nissan Altima for 2013, helping Nissan stay competitive in an increasingly tough segment. The hybrid drivetrain will be similar to that used on the Infiniti M Hybrid, but adapted for front-wheel drive vehicles. The new… Continue Reading...
With the rise of turbochargers as a “green” technology, the lifespan of superchargers looked numbers as their popularity decreased, with the belt driven forced induction systems appearing only on high-end V6 and V8 powered sports cars. While superchargers delivery power in a smooth, linear manner, their cost, complexity and noise has relegated them to near… Continue Reading...
The hybrid engine that first appeared in the Lotus Evora 414E concept is supposedly attracting interest from 3 major manufacturers, according, according to a Lotus official. Chief project engineer Lee Jeffcoat told Inside Line that there is interest from “several OEMS in 5,000-10,000 units annually, for a potential annual output of 30,000 engines,” as well… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen‘s famous 1.4L twincharged engine, which uses both a supercharged and turbocharger to squeeze 170 horsepower from 1.4L, could be axed shortly due to its costliness and mechanical complexity. While the engine has garnered substantial praise from both consumers and the motoring press, Volkswagen engineers say that current turbocharging technology can achieve the same power… Continue Reading...
With only 352 days to go before the Chevrolet Camaro Z28 goes into production, you still have ample time to take up chewing tobacco and get acquainted with the music of Whitesnake. The information comes from a dealer who just attended a national dealer meeting where Chevrolet officials described the product in detail. The name “Z28″ was… Continue Reading...