Nissan is preparing to give the GT-R one final facelift before a new model arrives. Rumors claim the 2017 version of the coupe will get a subtly redesigned front end, and a few additional ponies under the hood.
Honda is releasing an online video series documenting the restoration of the first car it sold in the U.S., a 1969 N600 that's been rotting away for decades. It's an important piece of automotive history.
ISIS may soon use self-driving cars to deploy bombs, a security analyst says. Video of an ISIS-developed remote-control car first surfaced in January, and there is concern the group will use driverless cars as weapons.
Audi has announced the diesel-powered A4 won't make the trip across the Atlantic. The company is still banned from selling diesels on our shores, but executives explain the A4 TDI was killed because there's not enough demand from buyers.
The 2016 Scion tC Release Series 10.0 will debut at the 2016 New York Auto Show as the last new Scion ever. It's a version of Scion's perennial bestseller, and the only model that won't become a Toyota after Scion dies.
Rumors claim Porsche is preparing to bring back the GT2 RS to send off the current 911. Based on the 911 Turbo, the GT2 RS will allegedly get a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six tuned to make nearly 700 horsepower.
PSA Peugeot-Citroen has returned to profitability, and it's considering coming back to the United States in the not-too-distant future. The premium DS brand will likely spearhead the French car marker's return to our shores.