Ever since the spunky S1 was released, optimistic Audi fans have been pining for a suped-up RS 1 version. The German automaker put the kibosh on those hopes this week, saying there’s no room for a range-topping supermini in the brand lineup.
Ford and Dodge fired big salvos in the muscle-car war for 2015, and GM is getting ready to respond with the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. The new Camaro will feature updated styling on a completely new platform.
Is there any reason anyone should buy the most basic car in America? As it turns out, no there is not. The Mitsubishi Mirage is not cheap enough to make up for the fact that nicer, better-looking, more comfortable, and far safer cars are available for similar…
Latvian armored car manufacturer Dartz is known for its outrageous creations, and the 1500-horsepower Prombron Black Shark is no different. The Mercedes-based SUV features a retinal scanner, a Kevlar-reinforced body, and an electric shock device.
The 2016 Audi TT is wowing the tech world with a "virtual cockpit" interior design, but that won't be used in the carmaker's larger models. Instead, Audi has a large, tablet-like display in the works.
Strong customer demand is forcing Rolls-Royce to think long and hard about a possible SUV. The carmaker has reportedly reviewed styling proposals, and plans to develop a dedicated platform for it.
BMW's long-rumored M2 coupe could make its first appearance at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Packing a powerful turbocharged inline-six and a racy attitude, it should be a crowd pleaser.
We still don’t know how the 2015 Roush Mustang performs, but we do know how it’ll sound. The American tuning company has released a video of the supercharged ‘Stang on a lift, and it sounds mean.
What to make of a $66,000 Kia? Thanks to the badge, the all-new Kia K900 may or may not be a success. Any lack of success, however, won’t be due to any major shortcomings. The…
The Toyota GT86 is loved by the media and the enthusiast community, but it hasn’t exactly translated into huge sales numbers. Still, Toyota remains committed to the back-to-basics sports car, as the company wants to keep fun cars in its portfolio.