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What happens when doing choreographed burnouts grows passé? For Mercedes’ performance arm AMG, it means finding new use for its engine.
Visit the LA Auto Show without leaving your seat. We’ve compiled a first look video on 14 of the biggest debuts at this year’s event.
2014 Porsche Cayman S
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2013 Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series
2014 Ford Fiesta ST
2013 Toyota RAV4
2014 Acura RLX
2014 Mazda6 Diesel
Mercedes Ener-G-Force Concept
2014 Jaguar XFR-S
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster
2014 Subaru Forester
Fiat 500C Abarth
2014 Kia Forte
BMW i3 Coupe Concept
Audi Expands Diesel Lineup
The internet has changed the ways consumers shop, and in the same fashion, short online videos have revolutionized the way companies advertise.
The annual “Honda Meeting” in Japan is a chance for journalists from around the world to sample future product and learn about upcoming technologies from one of Japan’s leading automakers. And while the focus of this year’s deep-dive into the world of Honda focused on everything from safety to hybrids, it wasn’t all technical presentations and engineering speak, as the video below demonstrates.
Auto enthusiasts probably know the airplane versus supercar schtick pretty well at this point. It’s old hat. Or is it?
The last month of summer was a busy one for cars reviews at AutoGuide and in case you’ve missed any we’ve compiled a list of them all, from new vehicle launches to track shootouts.
The distinction between a hybrid and a range-extended hybrid is still confusing to some people, and GM’s European branch, Vauxhall, is getting in some hot water after misleading people in ads for the Ampera, sister car to the Volt.
Tiny electric car manufacturer Coda needs all the press it can get. It’s cars rarely make it into the media and are part of a market segment that struggles on a good day, yet in spite of that it organized a cheerful publicity stunt – the “grass station.”
Testing Ford's newest tech in the 662-hp GT500
Driving a ‘Stang daily is a pleasant experience, but it’s another revelation to drive it to its maximum potential.
Each year, Ford engineers and designers deliver new features that keep consumers and enthusiasts alike appreciative of the manufacturer’s constant efforts in improvement. Within the new Mustang’s dashboard mounted 4-inch LCD productivity screen, drivers can view extensive details on their fuel consumption and vehicle performance. Now, transforming that screen and the drive into a real-world video game is the all-new Track Apps feature.