If you’re still sad about Audi’s Le Mans prototype effort going the way of the dodo, Audi has a mild consolation prize. It’s an R8 in Audi Sport racing colors, just like the R8s, R10s and others that you dearly miss seeing compete. Now you can live like Dieselgate never happened, and never forced any major cuts to…
The fierce little track-friendly 2017 Audi TT RS will make its American debut at the New York International Auto Show in a couple of weeks, showing off its sharp cuts, five-cylinder engine, and its hefty $65,785 starting price tag.
Toyota has teased a beefy, but honestly “realistic”, wheel for the concept it’s bringing to next month’s New York International Auto Show. It’s called the FT-4X, and you, Ford, and Jeep all probably know where this is going.
2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle: This is it, the ultimate mass-appealmobile for the American market right now. Another sheep to be herded through traffic or the company’s best shot at a ride back to relevance? Maybe both.
Mazda just lifted the sheet on the all-new Miata RF “Retractable Fastback” convertible to open the New York International Auto Show. It’s cool, but it’s not the Miata Coupe we were all praying, begging, and hoping for.
Ford is teaming up with Hertz for the 50th anniversary of the “rent-a-racer” program that began with the classic Shelby GT350-H. Soon you will be able to rent a 2016 Shelby GT-H at select Hertz locations, which should make that business trip a bit more bearable.
The 2017 Maserati Levante crossover will start at $72,000 for the standard 345 hp model and climb all the way up to $82,000 for the 424 hp Levante S, before tax and delivery. On top of that there will be some fancy Italian leather packages if you’ve got cash to burn.
Well, somehow the goofballs in charge of the New York International Auto Show gave me media credentials this year, so I tried to make the most of it. I may have done well to talk to more humans instead of just running around rabidly photographing things, but I was thrilled at the lack of children in the way for once…
Every once in a while, an auto show features some cars that I actually want to see up-close and personal, even when parked. Here are the awesome race cars and track toys featured at the New York International Auto Show.
The rear-quarter of the 2016 Lexus RX seems to suggest a significant departure from the car's current styling, making it a little meaner and more like the new NX. This is all we've seen so far, the whole thing comes out at the New York Auto Show on April 1st.
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Are you the owner of a Rolls-Royce Ghost or Phantom? Or some older Corniche or Silver Spur? (You pleb.) Have you always worried that your Spirit of Ecstasy is just too upright? Good news. The Wraith is here.
The 2011 Shelby GT500 Super Snake carries all the baggage of a Carroll Shelby-ized vehicle — including the signature plaques — but it also carries about 800 horsepower. So why are you complaining?
Playing with the nose of a Jaguar always takes a little delicacy; no other brand has quite as much history wrapped up in its front grille. But the rhinoplasty on the 2012 XF-R made things better, mostly.
The SKYACTIV-G engine/tranny combo in the 2012 Mazda3 will bring Mazda into the 40 mpg club with its 2.0-liter DOHC fourbanger and five-speed manual. It'll put out 155 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque. Zoom-Save. More details when it debuts.
The new Hyundai Accent is more proof that the Korean automaker knows how to benchmark. When the Fit arrived in the U.S. it was a revelation: a cheap car that doesn't feel cheap. Now Hyundai's doing the exact same thing, only better.
The latest Dodge Charger R/T gets Moparized again with shiny "Pitch Black" metallic paint, blue racing stripes, and custom 20-inch wheels on the outside. On the inside buyers will find a leather-wrapped steering wheel, pistol-grip shifter, blue thread, and special plaques.
Ze Germans are all about über-precision. So why is it that they don't even have a properly functioning set of perpetual motion balls? We found these at the BMW stand at the New York Auto Show, and our first thought was the Bavarians had busted their balls. But it turns out that these are supposedly part of some ironic…