Land Rover's new baby SUV will be unveiled ahead of its big brother less than a month from now. The Discovery Sport will be a more utilitarian alternative to the fashion-icon Evoque.
The 2015 Chevrolet Suburban is a fully-redesigned large SUV with sleeker styling, a revised powertrain, and a dollop of technology, but how does it compare to the 2014 Suburban it will replace?
General Motors is the first carmaker to bring 4G LTE connectivity to U.S. models, but will it really enhance the driving experience, or just add to the distractions? Read on to see how it works.
The Cadillac LTS is a flagship sedan that will complete the brand's comeback and, hopefully, banish all memories of the DTS. It will reportedly debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show next April.
A potential classic, the Maserati Alfieri sports car concept should be right at home among legendary cars from Maserati's 100-year history at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
Bugatti is reportedly planning to replace the Veyron with a 1,479-horsepower W16 hybrid that will have a world-record top speed of 286 mph. How's that for some exciting morning news?
The BMW Vision Future Luxury concept will make for quite a contrast with the exquisite vintage cars at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The Beijing Motor Show concept is loaded with technology.
While Bentley's next model will be an SUV, Rolls-Royce will go the more traditional route with a "drophead" convertible. This as-yet-unamed model will appear in 2016, and could be based on the Wraith.
Elon Musk likes electric cars, space travel, and solar power, but not robots. The head of Tesla and SpaceX took to Twitter to express his concern that artificial intelligence could mean the end of humanity.