The move to launch the all-new replacement for the Land Rover Freelander under the Discovery nameplate is one of few changes being planned by the automaker to better define the brand in the marketplace.
Now that Fisker is bankrupt, the vultures have descended to pick at its corpse. Former GM exec Bob Lutz wants bits for his VL Automotive upstart and Wanxiang could want the firm for its own plug-in hybrid aspirations.
The Lotus Exige S is already one of our favorite cars. And quite remarkably, the British automaker has made the Exige S Roadster even more amazing by cutting out the roof.
Powered by a 20kWh air-cooled electric motor, the Moto-Electra-modified Norton Featherbed motorcycle aims to go from Florida to California in three days, setting a coast-to-coast record.
Lexus' LFCC is so breathtaking, we hoped it would make it to production some day. Well it looks like our prayers have been answered (kinda) as the Japanese luxury brand is rumored to have an IS coupe in the works that draws from the gorgeous concept.
The Ferrari 458 Scuderia won't be the most comfortable supercar around, but it will be one of the fastest.
For a lucky few, driving the finest automobiles on earth is but a few truckloads of cash away. But for the rest of us, we only have this list of the most expensive cars in the world to fuel our dreams.
“Charge” documentary begins in 2009 following teams as they compete in the infamous Isle of Man TT motorcycle race with all-electric bikes. Narrated by Ewan McGregor, the film looks inside the process of designing, building, and racing all-electric…
Ionut Budisteanu has created a $4000 autonomous vehicle operating system from a low-res radar unit, a webcam, and a homemade artificial intelligence program. To us, this means full vehicle autonomy is right around the corner.
High-tech excuse? LEAF-based Infiniti EV to ‘wait’ for inductive charging because cords are too much hassle
Inductive charging, while great, is still a ways off. Frankly, luxury EVs don’t need it to succeed. Just look at Tesla for perfect example. We figure this benchmark is less about luxury refinement but rather a realistic excuse to delay potential…
Standing as the fastest Mustang that Shelby ever built in the 1960s, the ’67 Super Snake is on prodigious beast but is it worth $1.3-million? We wonder. But fret not, we figure in 30 years after the pony car originalists drop off, the prices their cars fetch…
A case involving a Seattle-area farmer highlights that with all the purchase rebates and incentives around electric vehicles, some people could be missing out on some cash when purchasing those green devices.
Based upon the 911 Turbo S, the GT2 will feature 552 horsepower, a PDK dual-clutch transmission, and rear-wheel drive. Don’t fret if 552 ponies isn’t enough, a 620 horsepower RS variant is in the works.
This Ford Raptor-based utility vehicle definitely looks cool, but can it function in the real world as well as it does in post-apocalyptic fantasies?
The majority of consumers believe electric cars simply won't meet their needs but the reality couldn't be further from the truth.
Johnson Controls and OSU EcoCAR 2 project puts green tech in the driver’s seat (and the other seats)
Johnson Automotive Controls is the official seat sponsor for Ohio State University’s participation in the EcoCAR2: Plugging In to the Future project. But with the global supplier’s searing innovations ever make into mainstream?
High-end luxury cars and low-end luxury cars historically haven’t been great sellers. Despite this fact, Audi hopes it bolster its profits off the back of these traditionally hard-to-sell vehicles.
Get your mind out of the gutter for just a moment and take a look at the new sporty upgrades that the creative minds at TRD have conjured up for the 2014 Lexus IS: a body kit, a suspension upgrade, and an alloy aluminum wheel set.
Acura NSX large-project leader Ted Klaus says all three of the sport car’s electric motors could be programmed so the car could drive an electric mode as well. But will Honda implement the technology?
You can now get a Fisker Karma for as little as $40,2000. Why would you want a finicky hybrid from a defunct automaker? Because for $85,000 you can have it converted to a V8.
Honda’s return to Formula One racing as McLaren’s engine partner could prove to be a major win for consumers as well. But will the two automotive partners be able to reclaim their racing their spot as one of sport’s most successful teams?
Well, it doesn’t seem like our hopes that Volvo was gearing up to offer an all-expense paid trip to Sweden to hang out with Swedish House Mafia is going to pan out. However, speculation that its “World Premiere” featuring the DJ trio Sebastian…
Juan Ehringeras, determined to make his own electric sports, car bought a damaged Honda S2000, pulled out the standard drivetrain components and installed two electric motors and designed and built his own control pack and batteries.
Saratoga is daringly displaying BMWs from its more modern history but also vehicles from its prewar and WWII build history. Most notable of which will be the 1977 Andy Warhold M1 art car.
Even though the Infiniti Emerg-e is dead, a flagship sports car isn’t. The yet-to-be-named coupe will be aimed at what Infiniti is calling “little emperors,” wealthy 20-something who’re used to getting what they want.
Rising level of car tech opening door to mobile cyberattacks? Federal agency taking pre-emptive action
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s announcement that it will open an office specifically devoted to car-centered cybersecurity threats raises a number of concerns about the future of in-car technology.
Active aerodynamics, four-wheel steering, and five driving modes will make the 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid supercar a terror on the track.