We've already seen the swoopy headlight and air intake of a Lexus concept set to be unveiled at next month's Detroit Auto Show. Now, we've got a partial look at its interior.
What's this, another looker from the seemingly-until-very-recently beigest of automakers? This swoopy headlight and air-intake belong to a new Lexus concept that will drop at the Detroit Auto Show next month and was penned by Lexus's American design studio specifically to appeal this market. Note how we used "appeal"…
The $90,000 BMW 750i xDrive stolen from the German automaker during the Detroit Auto Show was found today mostly intact — except for the cut wires where the thieves had disabled BMW's tracking system.
Awesome three-door Korean hot hatches, neon-green electric supercars and a sexy hybrid with turbo boost. Fanciful future concepts? Nope. They're reality at this year's Detroit Auto Show. Here's everything important you missed.
If the new cars of the Detroit Auto Show didn't convince you the auto industry's coming back then here's the most obvious sign: they can afford Amazonian women in shiny silver skin-tight suits. It's like Miracle here, but with breasts.
Somewhat lost in yesterday's Jeep press conference was news the off-road brand will, in two years, resurrect the Grand Wagoneer nameplate — the vehicle with the second longest continuous automotive production run in U.S. history.
When we first heard details on the Hyundai Veloster curious three-door+hatch we asked if it was "the CRX Honda didn't build?" With two six-speed transmissions, a kicking power-to-weight ratio and up to 40 mpg the answer's yes. Hell yes.
The Hyundai Curb mini-crossover concept is a test of the company's future Blue Link multi-media interface and "fluidic sculplture" design language, as well as an attempt by Hyundai to be hip. Hop on your "fixie" as we bike to dreamland.
Amid the beige of the Toyota display is one blisteringly bright light of excitement in the form of a Lexus LF-A, seen here quietly planning a reverse Battle of Midway.
Audi rolled out two new A6 sedans here today. The standard model in a devilish red and the A6 Hybrid, which can travel 62mph on electric power alone by way of a 45hp e-motor, in a more angelic silver.
Porsche's 918 RSR's performance hybrid system relies on this giant flywheel — sitting where a passenger seat should be — to capture and release energy on command. It's a real-life turbo boost button. Here's how it works.
Joel Ewanick is the marketing maven behind the brilliant "Hyundai Assurance" guarantee. Now he's trying to steer General Motors marketing away from its Mellencamp-y cliff as the automaker's new Global Chief Marketing Officer. Now's your chance to ask him anything.
The success of the Ford Raptor's sent GM and Chrysler searching for a competitor based on their top-selling trucks. First out of the gate is the Ram Runner, shown on the show floor appropriately dirty.
The best and brightest auto industry luminaries — from Hyundai USA CEO John Krafcik to GM's new Chief Marketing Officer Joel Ewanick answering your questions during the Detroit Auto Show. Not a commenter yet? Sign up now! Here's the schedule.
An august panel of car reviewers named the Chevrolet Volt the North American Car Of The Year just now in Detroit, while dubbing Ford's reborn Explorer the North American Truck Of The Year, even though it's really a car.