Volkswagen's Microbus could be making a comeback according to comments made by Volkswagen's design chief Klaus Bischoff this week at the LA Auto Show.
Audi calls its A7 a "large five-door coupe." We could get all doctrinaire and note that "coupe" comes from a French term for a single-seat carriage with one or two doors. Why is the word "hatchback" so bad?
The Mazda Shinari bowed in the folded-and-creased sheet-metal at today's Los Angeles Auto Show, showing off new "KODO" design language that should lead the way for future Mazda vehicles. We still sorta miss Nagare.
Lamborghini's made the Gallardo Superleggera slightly less leggera but more super by removing the top to make the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante, which is a sexy mouthful.
The concept cars we see are just a sliver of the creative ideas auto designers bring to life. Here's an exclusive glimpse at the discards of their creative genius — General Motors concept cars that never happened. And never will.
You can just make out the details of this Imprezaish Subaru concept under a sheet. It looks a little like the Hybrid Tourer Concept.
The new Porsche Cayman R is 121 lb lighter and has ten more horses than the Cayman S. It's the perfect Cayman for those who think it needed just a touch more power and a touch less weight.