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The specs for the BMW 2 Series have been uncovered, but regrettably no pictures of the production model have been shown by the German company.
Chevrolet is returning 1,658 Sonic vehicles for a gas tank defect.
The newest in a series of heavily upgraded Hyundai models bound for this year’s SEMA Event was uncovered today.
Hyundai has provided its Sonata significant enhancements for the 2014 model year, creating features to assist its sedan present new levels of elegance, safety and technology.
The VW XL1 was presented in Chattanooga, Tennessee where it’s on display at the 2013 Society of Environmental Journalists Conference.
One of the fresh models slated for an American badge on a Fiat platform was just spotted testing.
Stick-shiftable models are vanishing from even the most enthusiast-driven of cars as interest in rowing gears fades away.
Audi has approved a settlement on a class-action lawsuit over supposed issues with a continuously variable transmissions (CVT) equipped in the most of Audi models.
Ford is returning around 23,831 Focus Electric and C-Max vehicles because they don’t make an audible door chime when the driver’s door is opened while the push-button start is turned on.
With its not-much-loved Matrix cancelled for the 2014 model year, Toyota might be thinking over a 5-door variant of the Corolla as a substitute.
For this year’s SEMA Event, 3 constructors will be customizing 2014 Scion tC vehicles as part of the annual Scion Tuner Contest.
The Infiniti M sedan is among Nissan global return that affects 908,900 cars.
BMW fans, you may want to hear something new. The German company known for constructing the world’s best rear-wheel drive performance sedans is going to offer a fresh entry-level 4-door with wrong-wheel drive.
Magnificent to say the least, the Rolls-Royce Wraith is detailed in a new group of photos released by the luxury automaker.
Hyundai and Kia have made the biggest vehicle return in South Korea since the current return system was established there in 2003.
Ferrari was spotted at the Green Hell early this morning taking the Enzo-substitute LaFerrari for a stroll on the famous circuit.
The Bentley Mulsanne convertible won’t see production, the British company’s CEO Wolfgang Shreiber has informed.
It’s simply to clear a room of auto-fans. Just lecture them on how “astonishing” the continuously-variable transmission in your vehicle is.
The comeback of the Alfa Romeo to North America will be paused until the 2nd quarter of 2014.