The upcoming Mercedes GLC AMG compact crossover was spotted frolicking in a black-and-white suit, but don’t think it’s doing a stint in prison. Continue Reading...
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Back in May Chrysler made some announcements about their enthusiast-focused SRT brand. They had spun it off as a separate division but that didn’t work out so well so they decided to reconsolidate it as part of Dodge. Continue Reading...
Chrysler is recalling over 900,000 vehicles worldwide because of defects that could cause fires. Continue Reading...
Latvian coachbuilder Dartz is teasing a new product based on the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class SUV. Continue Reading...
Covered in less camouflage than before, our spy photographers snagged some shots of the upcoming Bentley SUV for the second time. Continue Reading...
With the success of last year’s CLA-Class compact sedan coupe, Mercedes-Benz is unabashedly eager to expand its front-wheel drive line-up in America. Continue Reading...
The newest member of BMW’s Sport Activity lineup has been introduced at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Continue Reading...
BMW’s second-generation X6 just made its official debut here at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Continue Reading...
Forget Toyota and Tesla, Porsche is the world innovator when it comes to plug-In electric/hybrid technology. Continue Reading...
Vehicle Overview The first generation Equinox bowed in the 2005 model year. Although the Equinox was similar in size to many mid-size crossover of the same era, Chevrolet officially classified the vehicle as a compact crossover. As a five-seater, it lacked the third row seating option found in many mid-size crossovers and even a few… Continue Reading...
Rolls-Royce has already started an internal SUV project and the creation of high-riding Rolls seems like more of an inevitability than a dream hints the company’s CEO. Continue Reading...
Compact crossovers are BIG business these days and Mazda is apparently hard at work on a small utility vehicle that will slot in under their compact CX-5 model. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen announced today that it will build its new seven-seat crossover at its Chattanooga, Tenn. plant. Continue Reading...
Whether it’s a base model small car or a flagship luxury sedan, every modern automobile is chockablock with high-end features, some of which seemed like impossibilities just a few years ago. Continue Reading...
Later this year the V6 Jeep Cherokee or four-cylinder Chrysler 200 will both add engine start-stop (ESS) technology to their list of standard equipment. Continue Reading...
Rolls-Royce is reportedly code-naming its SUV after the world’s largest diamond. Continue Reading...
Mercedes is planning a plug-in hybrid ML-Class crossover that will likely arrive in U.S. showrooms late next year. Continue Reading...
The Bentley SUV is being teased again ahead of its official debut. Continue Reading...
Storied British brand Bentley is adding 140 employees to its payroll. The new hires will be put to work at their headquarters in Crewe, England. Continue Reading...
German luxury automaker Audi will likely launch a new flagship SUV, though the four-ring brand has no plans to expand its lineup in the opposite direction below its tiny A1. Continue Reading...
McLaren won’t be following in the footsteps of its competitors Lamborghini and Bentley. Continue Reading...
Land Rover is synonymous with off roading the way McDonalds is to fast food or the airline industry is to terrible service. This rough-and-tumble British brand revealed its cutting-edge Discovery Vision concept right here in the urban jungle of Manhattan. Continue Reading...
Based on the Mulsanne, Bentley will showcase a plug-in hybid concept car during the Beijing Auto Show on April 20. Continue Reading...
Apparently family values matter. Conservative politicians tap-dance around these issues, pundits prognosticate about their demise and segments of the driving population make them a central issue when it’s time to purchase a new vehicle. Not surprisingly they play a starring role in this week’s installment of Ask AutoGuide. Continue Reading...