The Hyundai Enduro Concept Is a Crazy Space Velosterfrog Gone Mad!  Apr 6th, 2015 
The Hyundai Enduro Concept Is a Crazy Space Velosterfrog Gone Mad!  Apr 6th, 2015 
Generally, when we think of the word “enduro,” it conjures up images of ’70s dudes in boots with metal shin plates riding through dirt for extended periods of time. In the case of Hyundai’s new Enduro concept, our minds are in a rather interplanetary space—the thing’s an amphibian-lookin’ moon buggy injected with mutant Audi Allroad […] 
New air-cleaner gasket! Mitsubishi unwraps its updated, 2016 Outlander.  Apr 6th, 2015 
For the past year, Mitsubishi has been teasing us with concepts that could be the next Outlander. They were totally, indubitably not the next Outlander. The next Outlander turns out to be a bechromed, fiddled-with version of the last Outlander. READ MORE ›› 
2015 GMC Canyon V-6 4×4 Crew Cab – Instrumented Test  Apr 6th, 2015 
2015 GMC Canyon V-6 4×4 Crew Cab: Smaller Isn’t the Same as Small  Apr 6th, 2015 
We know the new GMC Canyon is a small(er) pickup truck, which should make it a little cheaper to buy and operate, a little handier to maneuver in urban and suburban environments, and a little more sensible for use as daily transportation than full-size trucks. But it also provides an illustration of the elasticity of […] 
Caddy Clarification: The Cadillac ATS and CTS Won’t “Disappear”, But the XTS Is Super Dead  Apr 6th, 2015 
A recent report from GMInsideNews, in which Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen explains that “there will be no direct successor to the CTS. There will be no direct successor to the ATS” because “in the future those cars will disappear,” has led to some confusion. We’ve reported all along that, yes, on the face of […] 
Range Rover Evoque Set to Spawn Posh SVAutobiography Model  Apr 6th, 2015 
Land Rover clearly believes that you can’t have too much of a good thing, certainly when it comes to loading both specification and price onto the Range Rover Evoque. The company’s design director, Gerry McGovern, has reportedly confirmed to Australian site Car Advice that there are plans to produce an SVAutobiography version of the babiest Rangie, hot on […] 
Hai Performance: A Visual History of Japan’s Hottest Sports Cars  Apr 6th, 2015 
For more than half a century, the Land of the Rising Sun has been an intermittent source for engaging and often affordable performance. Here's a quick history lesson on what they've produced. 
Cadillac’s Ellinghaus: “We Need More Interior Differentiation”, Own Switchgear  Apr 6th, 2015 
The last time we sat down with Cadillac marketing boss Uwe Ellinghaus, the idiosyncratic, outspoken German was calling Cad’s German competitors sterile, pronouncing that he didn’t care about customers who had left the brand, claiming that XTS buyers’ money was just as green as ATS buyers’, and put the kibosh on Route 66 in future […] 
Forte Foreteller: Kia Shows Off Stunning Novo Concept in Seoul  Apr 6th, 2015 
If you thought that Kia’s design resurgence would start and end with the winsome Optima—it hasn’t really spread throughout the line, in all honesty—feast your eyes on the new Kia Novo concept, which just debuted at the Seoul auto show. Said to preview where Kia is going with its next generation of compact cars (think […] 
Forte Foreteller: Kia Shows Off Stunning Novo Concept in Seoul  Apr 6th, 2015 
Ready to Raptor? Tomorrow, You Can Ask Ford’s F-150 Raptor Chief Anything!  Apr 6th, 2015 
Ford’s mighty F-150 Raptor is cool. Direct access to the guy managing the F-150 program is cool. And we’re bringing you a whole load of cool tomorrow—that’s Tuesday, April 7—when Tony Greco sits down with us to answer your Raptor questions via Twitter. Mr. Greco will be live in our office from 3 p.m. to […] 
Peugeot Creates the Frenchest (Read: Weirdest) Food Truck Ever  Apr 6th, 2015 
If food trucks are about as hipster as one can get, what about a food truck as reimagined through a French lens? Thank the stars for Peugeot, then, as we now know how the French would fry up such a vehicle. In this case, it unfolds like a Micro Machines case and is emblazoned with”Le Bistrot du Lion” signage. […] 
Land Rover Won’t Add New Nameplate to Take on Rolls-Royce, Bentley  Apr 3rd, 2015 
  When Land Rover pulled the sheet off of the Range Rover SVAutobiography, its new $200,490 range-topping model, we noted that the rich Rover is the ultimate SUV—at least until the SUVs from Rolls-Royce and Bentley arrive. That got us thinking, however: How would Range Rover adapt to this new world order where it doesn’t offer […] 
A Giant Lincoln, a Nuclear Civic, and the Answer Remains Miata: The Best from New York’s Theme-less Auto Show  Apr 3rd, 2015 
The 2015 New York auto show was a strange one . . . 
2016 Nissan Maxima Configurator Is Maximally Online for Maximum Maxima  Apr 3rd, 2015 
The Importance of Being Earnest: Bentley’s Luc Donckerwolke on the Lincoln Continental Brouhaha  Apr 3rd, 2015 
You’d think that car designers would, on the whole, be some of the more interesting folks in the automotive industry. More often than not, though, beyond their invariably off-kilter eyewear and well-tailored clothing, they’re about as fascinating as you or me, or at the very least they’re rather shy people. Refreshingly, Bentley’s Luc Donckerwolke, responsible for setting […] 
West Virginia Governor Bans Tesla Sales  Apr 3rd, 2015 
Bad news for West Virginia citizens looking to buy an American-made Tesla electric car: The Mountain State’s legislature just rammed through a bill that will ban Tesla from selling direct to consumers. Democracy at work. Yes, as Automotive News first reported, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has signed a bill today that expressly states […] 
Jury Awards $150 Million in Jeep Fuel-Tank-Fire Trial  Apr 3rd, 2015 
  A Georgia jury returned a quick verdict in a wrongful-death lawsuit against Chrysler alleging that the gas tanks in older-model Jeep Grand Cherokees and Jeep Libertys are prone to fires in rear-end collisions. The family of a 4-year-old boy who was killed when the Grand Cherokee he was riding in was hit from behind […] 
Beetle Juice: Next-Gen Volkswagen Beetle in the Works, EV a Possibility  Apr 3rd, 2015 
Good news, Beetle fans. While the rumor mill has been running over time planning it’s wake, VW has been busy developing the next generation Beetle. 
2016 Nissan Maxima Configurator Is Maximally Online for Maximum Maxima  Apr 3rd, 2015 
Nissan did a swell job keeping its 2016 Maxima under wraps until the car was officially unveiled at this week’s New York auto show, but now that it’s out including pricing ($33,235 to $40,685), Nissan can’t wait for customers to start ordering them. And so the automaker has introduced its ingeniously named “Build Yours Now” […] 
The 7 Best Design Details from Cars of the 2015 New York Auto Show  Apr 3rd, 2015 
These are the cool details that floored us on the show floor of the 2015 New York auto show. 
Tesla Motors is Still Waiting for a Profit—Even as It Brings Home Record First-Quarter 2015 Sales  Apr 3rd, 2015 
Tesla’s record first quarter comes with sales numbering 10,030 and a celebratory sales ban from West Virginia. Today, the House of Musk (Elon, that is, not body odor) said sales during the past three months were its highest ever, adding that it saw a 55-percent year-over-year increase. Tesla also said it would release sales three days after […] 
Delphi Engineers Finish First Autonomous Cross-Country Road Trip in an Audi SQ5  Apr 3rd, 2015 
In what may go down among the least exciting American road trips in recorded history—understand we’re not talking about the feat itself—a team of six Delphi engineers completed the first cross-country trek in an autonomous car. Indeed, the nine-day, 3400-mile trip from San Francisco to New York City with the car driving “99 percent” of the […] 
Ferrari LaFerrari Tested: Yes, It’s Hellaciously Quick – Instrumented Test  Apr 3rd, 2015 
“Rapide” Indeed: Aston Martin Developing Electric Rapide—with 1000 Horsepower?  Apr 3rd, 2015 
Aston Martin’s funkalicious electric DBX concept is the precursor to Aston’s upcoming crossover. But it’s also the precursor to something else: Aston’s first all-electric model. And after our one-on-one chat with Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer during the New York auto show, we now know three things about that electric car: 1) It will be based […] 
GM’s Mark Reuss: Cadillac Isn’t Ready for a Sports Car, Chevy Code Is Dead, Small-Block V-8 Isn’t in Danger  Apr 3rd, 2015 
Cadillac’s new CT6 will not be the brand’s flagship, the new Ford Mustang did not influence the soon-to-debut new Chevy Camaro, and the small-block V-8 is not going anywhere. So said GM executive vice president Mark Reuss in a discussion with reporters at the New York auto show. Reuss described the company priorities thusly: “to […] 
2016 Hyundai Tucson: U.S.-Spec Details Revealed – Official Photos and Info  Apr 1st, 2015 
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