Next week, the great city of Los Angeles will make way for the greatest event of the year: the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. It will be a scene of awesome adventure and heart stopping derring-do— No. No it won’t. Instead, you’ll find a thin array of carmakers still trying to make this auto show model relevant. But at…
With the Detroit Auto Show kicking off this morning we thought we’d review what it takes to build one of these things from behind the scenes. Hint: A lot of trucks.
“We think 2016 will be the year of the sedan!” Senior VP of Marketing and Operations Fred Diaz declared minutes before pulling the wraps off their new, mid-level people mover. He’s wrong, but this car is absolutely worth your attention anyways.
Recently, Honda seems to have woken up from the torpor that comes along with bloating every car in its lineup and realized that it somehow stopped making genuinely small cars. The Civic ballooned up to Accord size, so they brought over the Fit. Now they realized how big the CR-V has gotten, so they're giving us the…
Though it may look like Audi's been making gradual styling changes just like everyone else, they've actually come a long way in the past few years. The cars look sharper and less bulbous, like they were actually built for speed over down-blanket comfort. In that vein, this concept teaser might just be Audi's new…
DETROIT – In less than a year, Chevrolet has reengineered its entire full-sized truck portfolio with an all-new Silverado 1500, 2500 and 3500. On November 20 during media days at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the final piece of Chevrolet's pickup truck portfolio will be revealed.
I have to hand it to Mini on this one. Rather than tease us with closeups (which is annoying in and of itself, automakers) of the 2015 Mini Cooper using some generic whatever music, they did it with a tune from the most famous Mini Cooper movie ever: The Italian Job.
Oh hey look, another fuel cell car is on its way from Honda! That should be exciting news for the two dozen people who enjoy the FCX Clarity on a daily basis. Neat-o!
A lot of people think they know what the WRX is all about. But, on November 20 at the Los Angeles Auto Show, we're going to show you something new. What it's never been. What it's always been.
Today Honda has released a sketch of the Honda FCEV Concept in advance of its world debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show on 20th November 2013.
If you haven't heard about B-Spec racing yet, you will. Every major racing sanctioning body in the U.S. — SCCA, Grand Am, NASA and World Challenge — will host B-Spec races in 2012. Honda, Mazda, Kia and Fiat are already in. And now, so is Mini.
A quick moving witness managed to capture this video footage of a lightly disguised 2012 Porsche 911 prototype. Codenamed the 991, this new 911 was spotted in Stuttgart, Germany, the home of all things Porsche. We won't get to see the final version of the new Porsche until next month's Frankfurt Auto Show.
Dodge unveiled two limited-production Viper ACRs at L.A.. One is designed to commemorate the car's recent record-breaking lap of Laguna Seca; the other is just there to remind you that the Viper has a bigger pants bulge than you do.
A while back, Wert noted that underbody plastics serve a glorious and wonderful purpose. We found an example of this sort of thing in L.A., and it just happens to look awesome. Five bucks says you can't guess the car.
Tired of looking at Lincolns bolted to walls? Done with the shiny new hotness? Because we love you, we've put together this list of what to do when the show gets boring. (Hint: It helps if you're not sober.)
The Chevy Caprice Police Cruiser is a big step forward for GM police cruisers. Seriously, it's so giant and imposing we saw more than one press flack run the other way. Dude, hide the nose candy!
Come one, come all: It's time for a rousing edition of Guess That Engine. Know a piston skirt from a pressure sender, a con rod from a cap screw? Here's a slew of chances for you to prove it.