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The limited-edition SRT Viper TA will only be offered to 159 buyers in the US current year, all of which will have to spend $123,090 to take one home.
Famous genius Steve Saleen might have something special for the whole automotive world.
There might be a fresh harvest of “GS” emblem wearing Buick models waiting in the wings.
Chevrolet is unleashing its Corvette Stingray convertible with a “Premiere Edition”.
After a 5-year gap, the Shelby GT Ford Mustang came back for the 2014 model year.
Need an improved look at the Nissan iDx models the Japanese company uncovered at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show?
Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed that it has constructed its one-millionth car at the automaker’s Halewood plant.
The fresh Acura NSX is going to uncover its production model someday in 2015 and now the Japanese company has informed that a roadster version is being constructed.
Mitsubishi North America could be axed even this fiscal year, according to the Japanese company’s Chief Osamu Masuko.
The 2014 SRT Viper TA will start arriving U.S. dealerships in the 4th quarter of 2013 and will be framed to only 159 models.
Now that the fresh MINI Hardtop has been publically uncovered at the 2013 LA Auto Show, expect a lot of new MINI Cooper versions to debut in the approaching years.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale is a unique vehicle, and it looks even more beautiful while driving.
Fisker has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy defense as part of a rebuilding plan and sale to an investor team.
Nissan has reported that its 2014 Cube will cost starting at $17,560 (featuring destination charge) carrying over its MSRP from the 2013 model year.
Under the shiny Hollywood lights, mediocre just doesn’t cut it – that’s why this year Volvo took its R-Design cars to the 2013 LA Auto Show.
Initially making its world debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Infiniti Q30 concept has made its North American premiere at the 2013 LA Auto Show.
Hummer H2 drivers may disagree, but there’s syrely nothing wrong with driving a little car. Injecting some thrill into this part of the market Honda released a sporty open-top mini vehicle in Tokyo.
It has finally happened. Ford will publically unveil its 2015 Mustang on December 5, the American company has reported.
At the today’s 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, Subaru uncovered its Levorg concept, a sporty wagon that will reach Japan next year but, regrettably, isn’t likely to arrive in the US.
After more than 100 years the internal-combustion motor still rules as the world’s go-to powerplant for vehicular propulsion. Surely, electrics have beginned to chip away at that domination but they haven’t really succeeded. Talking about alternative technologies one can ask: will fuel cells fare any better? Well, probably if Toyota starts pushing them.