The A45 AMG is what Mercedes-Benz thinks a good hot hatch should look like, and no, they still don't think the US should get any of its 360 horsepower.
We've been making jokes about the current Smart ForTwo for years. Well now we have to think of some new jokes because here is the 2014 ForTwo. Smart didn't make it all that hard.
The production version of Alfa Romeo's compact mid-engined sports car will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. And after that, it's going to America! Alfa left the States in 1995, so I guess you really have to wait 18 years before you can officially enjoy porn.
Ferrari announced this morning that the F150, the hypercar that will take the Enzo's place as the top Ferrari, will debut Geneva Motor Show (as we previously reported). But the curious thing is the way they did it: on what is supposedly their official Instagram page.
A 2-litre four-cylinder with 265 horsepower taking you to 62 mph in 6.4 seconds in an open-top VW Golf. That's what you can expect from the 2014 Golf R Cabriolet. And a nanny limiting it to 155, but that still doesn't keep it from being the fastest roofless Golf ever. Oh, it also won't be coming to America.
I know, I know. I should just shut up already about all these nice Citroëns, since you can't buy them in the 'States anyway. But hey, Jalopnik is enjoyed all over the world, so for those of you out there who can get French cars, here comes a new one for the family!
Toyota will bring a convertible Scion FR-S concept to the Geneva Motor Show in March. A Miata with rear seats? We're listening Toyota.
Most of our American readers probably know Kia's hatchback as the C apostrophe D, Top Gear's current reasonably priced car. While that was probably chosen to make sure there isn't enough power to kill any of the brave celebrities on BBC's watch, the new GT version that is coming to Geneva won't be able to promise the…
Rolls-Royce is coming out with their most powerful car yet, the Wraith, and they've been testing it on the ‘Ring. No. Rolls-Royce, you're doing it wrong, and this grumpy cat and I will explain why.
A brand new Chinese manufacturer will have its first premier at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Qoros GQ3 is a compact sedan penned by Gert Volker Hildebrand, the guy responsible for the first model change after Mini's revival in 2000. It is due to be launched in China in the second half of 2013, with the first…
Rolls-Royce is dusting off the Wraith name for the Geneva Motor Show in March for something rather special. According to Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös, we can expect the third model of BMW's luxury brand to have "the boldest design, the most dramatic performance and the most powerful Rolls-Royce that has ever…
Founded by the Italian racing driver Amédée Gordini, the Gordini company was a Formula One constructor who got their best result, a third place, at the 1950 British Grand Prix, the very first F1 race. Gordini later became what AMG is to Mercedes-Benz, an in-house engine tuner who created hot versions of the company’s…
Saab may be gone but Scandinavian cool in motoring is not. Without much fanfare, boxy, old Volvo has become curvaceous, airy and rather desirable. It may have something to do with coffee.
The coolest car at Renault’s booth at the Geneva Motor Show was the Red Bull RB7, the Renault-powered Formula One car which won the 2011 championship in the hands of Sebastian Vettel. Unlike the old or partially complete F1 cars displayed at many carmakers’ booths, this was the real deal, as evidenced by this…
After the decidedly negative response to the decidedly hideous EXP 9 F concept at last week's Geneva Motor Show, we couldn't be less surprised to hear Bentley is reconsidering the design of the poorly received concept SUV.
Stephen Colbert used to ask liberals if George W. Bush was a "great president" or "the greatest president" as sort of a taunt. A few days ago, Bentley unveiled the Bentley EXP 9 F SUV concept-soon-to-be-production-model. So now, car fans, we ask you: Is the Bentley SUV a great idea or the greatest idea?