Tired of gazing at BMW’s comfortable position at the zenith of performance sport sedans, Cadillac enters the fray with a brand new model, the 2013 Cadillac ATS. Can the ATS stage a coup and usurp the crown, or will it ultimately bend the knee like so many…
Darkened images show that we're inching closer to the F70 hybrid supercar's 2013 debut.
Hold your breath, close your eyes, and imagine the most beautiful car in the world. Now open your eyes because Alfa Romeo probably built it already, and you can’t buy one in the US.
Audi recently unveiled the RS5 Cabriolet, but it's not stopping there. The Lords of the Rings are launching three more RS performance models in 2013.
The Lit C-1 is an EV with a long range and a relatively short charging time, all you need sacrifice is trunk space.
No matter how clean electricity becomes, it won't be completely renewable until the batteries are, too. Fortunately, that might be on the horizon as researchers are now using plant-based substances to develop EV battery components.
Lamborghini's birthday plans include a road trip in Italy and a special model, which could preview the Gallardo's replacement.
Not quite luxury and nowhere near bargain bin, the 2013 Acura TL cruises down the road with one of the most technologically advanced drivetrains and turns this eccentrically styled sedan into a competent computer on wheels.
The next generation of Acura's MDX midsize SUV will feature softer styling, but what will it have under the hood?
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Carbon fiber is an extremely useful material for those who make vehicles of all types, and now Boeing and BMW will work together in making it cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
There is a lot more to a car than the engine and wheels, and Visteon aims to show how little details, and a whole lot of tech, can make a car even better.
Coda Automotive has only sold 100 EVs since its simplistic sedan went on sale in March. A layoff of 15 percent of the company workforce shows that things aren't improving.
Bucking modern automotive trends, Minis keep getting bigger, heavier and more fuel-thirsty. The latest in this prodigious power progression is the Paceman John Cooper Works.