Nick Jaynes is the Automotive Editor for Digital Trends. He developed a passion for writing about cars working his way through Journalism School as a Volvo mechanic. In his free time, Nick enjoys hiking with his Treeing Walker Coonhound, Ruger.
After the crushing failure of the HS 250h model, it seemed Lexus had given up on the entry-level game. Not so, apparently, as the Japanese auto giant has a new turbocharged engine and NX model planned for launch in 2015.
While Formula 1 racing legend Michael Schumacher was driving for Ferrari, he managed to collect two Enzo models, both a standard one and one of the rare FXX models. Now they’re both up for sale in Sweden.
Jaguar blew our minds with the all-new F-Type but just kept rolling with the punches. We recently learned an F-Type coupe was in the pipeline. Now we learn a 700-horsepower R-S variant is also planned.
Who would have thought that a table would have been such an aerodynamic shape? The University of Michigan has revived an old design where in the driver in placed in between two of the four wheels in their solar-powered World Solar Challenge…
The SRT Viper GT3-R isn’t legal on the street. Despite its outlandish asking price we still see ourselves adding it to our wish list. After all, if we can afford a car $500,000 car that you can’t legally drive on the street, we can…
With an all-new Accord Hybrid, Honda hopes to flip its underwhelming history with hybrids on its head. On paper, the story looks promising, as the Accord Hybrid has been rated to achieve 49mpg highway – the best in its class.
Rolls-Royce rolls out the all-new Wraith for the Belgians 100 years after it sold its first Wraith in the Western European kingdom in 1913. Powered by a twin-turbo V12, the Wraith is an imposing yet welcoming figure.
Nissan recently announced a new line of NISMO cars including the Juke and the 370Z. Neither impressed us much. Now we’ve learned that NISMO has a GT-R up its sleeve that will become the fastest Nissan ever.
Mazda and Xbox are teaming up for an event of epic proportions. Later this month the automaker will unveil a new car over Xbox Live, stream a concert from the band Metric, and give fans a chance at winning $2,500.