You know how on some websites when you enter your name, you often get the privilege of selecting an honorific for yourself from a pull-down menu? For most of us, it's usually just a boring old Mr. or Ms., maybe a Dr. if you're lucky. Not McLaren buyers. This may be the best pull-down honorific list I've ever seen.
McLaren brought both its new trackday special P1 GTR and its original F1 road car together to the Geneva Auto Show, and the difference between the two feels like a century apart.
If there's one thing Suzuki does better than anyone else, it's making tiny 4x4 off-roaders that combine that very tricky combination of cute and tough. They've done it again at the Geneva Auto Show, with a little white 4x4 concept called the iM-4. It's cute and white, like a baby polar bear, and like a baby polar…
This 2015 Jeep Renegade will be on display at the Geneva Auto Show, with a finish fresh off a fancy microwave and an adorable off-road trailer made out of another Renegade.
There's two basic ways to have a bespoke Rolls-Royce created just for you: either work really hard at making or being born into a lot of money, or, be a dog. Personally, I'd take the latter option, as it offers some engaging ball-licking opportunities as well. So, if you're a dog, heads up: Rolls-Royce has a concept…
There's just some things that you never see coming. Like the time I found that, thanks to a simple mistranslation, I spent a decade praying to Count Chocula. Or, even more improbably, the German carmaker Borgward, gone for 54 years, will be making a comeback at the Geneva Auto Show. Borgward? Really?
The Volkswagen TDI Sportwagen due to hit US showrooms sometime soon has everything a car enthusiast could want in a wagon package: manual, diesel, available AWD (although not all three together). The problem is it's not really a "performance" car. Here's the solution.
I have to hand it to Rinspeed. The Swiss company that's usually best known for creating delightfully bonkers concept cars has a new concept for an autonomous car, Budii. And, while it's still a bit bonkers, it realizes something about autonomous cars that most carmakers still haven't accepted: An autonomous car is a…
Loud and proud luxury tuner Brabus has a new widebody kit for the 2014 Range Rover Sport through their subsidiary STARTECH, which drops and stretches the SUV into a performance hatchback look. I dare say, I think they're pulling it off.
Austrian firm AstroBionix was still putting the decals on its Thor Ultimate Deployment Vehicle, a 600-hp, all-wheel-drive rig built by Italian coachbuilder Fornasari, when we snapped this pic from the Geneva show floor. Imagine a real-life Warthog from "Halo."
Fiat's Lancia arm showed off today the Chrysler-based models coming to Geneva next month. Considering Fiat's controlling stake, it's no surprise the new Europe-only Lancias are rebadged Chryslers. What is surprising: Lancia appears to have done the rebadging in Photoshop.
Aside from various models drenched in black paint, Porsche says its Geneva auto show stand will also reveal a new gas-electric hybrid model, using the technology from the Cayenne hybrid, and following the 918 RSR hybrid unveiled in Detroit. You know how Germans can be when they're really enthusiastic about an idea.
Because Switzerland is the home of all things small and precise, Kia will unveil its redone Rio there next month, aiming to take on the Fiestas and Yaris-es of the world in the new class of small cars you can buy even if you're not a 16-year-old girl or a 36-year-old failure.
Not content to offer just watered-down dispatches from the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, we've harnessed the power of
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Ho ho ho! Look what the spy-photo Santa has left under the tree! Is that the 2011 Audi RS5? I think it is! Have you been a good little Internet? Would you like to see it? I bet you would!
Despite the trompe l'oeil, the 2011 Porsche Cayenne is actually 1.88 inches longer than the outgoing model, but it's also 396lbs lighter. The real controversy, other than it being a Porsche-UV, is the 380HP hybrid — the first since 1899.