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Second only to the Isetta, one of the strangest looking BMWs to date enters production today.
Volkswagen could have a sub-compact SUV to debut in the U.S. as soon as 2016.
Bentley has plans to release its SUV by 2016, and when this new vehicle hits the market, it will create a new luxury SUV segment.
At the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show, Ferrari uncovered its 458 Speciale with 605 hp and enhanced aerodynamics.
Korean company has informed that the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport will cost from $25,605 featuring $855 destination fee.
Acura has uncovered pricing for its 2014 TSX, which will kick off at $31,530, which is the same base price as a year ago.
Based on a fresh platform being manufactured in cooperation with Mercedes-Benz, Infiniti is going to bring a 7-seat crossover into its lineup.
VW will gradually leave its naturally aspirated motors behind as it provides new products.
Nissan informed today that the 2014 Quest minivan will cost $26,850 featuring delivery, putting the same price as the 2013 model year.
Nissan is adding its all-electric Leaf to the ranks of certified pre-owned (CPO) car program.
Since the official debut in 2009, the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor has received a lot of steam and is currently one of the top-turning cars in the market.
Mercedes-Benz has uncovered one of its next-gen safety techs on S 500 Intelligent Drive.
Remaining mostly untouched since its premiere in 2012, the current-gen Toyota Tacoma receives several upgrades for the 2014 model year.
Entering its 2nd year, the 4th-gen RAV4 now receives Entune Stereo and upgraded safety systems.
Now that the production BMW i3 and i8 have been publically uncovered, more details on the German automaker’s sub-brand are emerging.
Nissan plans to take advantage of the Pathfinder Hybrid’s powertrain by transplanting the same system into its Murano and Rogue models.
Looking down the long, partially electrified road, Tesla CEO Elon Musk hopes to market an affordable electric car with 200 miles of range.
By most standards, the Nissan Leaf is a slow seller. Then again, most standards don’t apply to electric cars.
While Lexus carries on to push its F-Sport line of performance products and accessories a skunk works project by a team of German constructors is proceeding to refine what they believe is a more fitting competitor for the Ms and AMGs of the world.