We have long been waiting for a $100,000-and-up Cadillac super luxury car to take on the Mercedes S Class and the like. One report suggests that won’t happen. Another believes we should expect even more.
Boy, there sure are a lot of Ford EcoSports at Ford’s headquarters here in the United States.
Oh look, here’s Chris Harris hanging out at a Top Gear production meeting. I wonder if that has anything to do with anything.
Don't hold your breath for any of these ten car rumors. Even though they refuse to die, none will happen.
MotorTrend just started yet another midengine Corvette rumor (read it right here) and please kill me now.
We love diesels. They're torquey, easy to live with, and have some of the best fuel economy on the road. The best part? They aren't wimpy little hybrids.
Rumor has it that the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) will move to ban drivers from competing both in their events and the Global RallyCross (GRC) series. This would mean WRC drivers like Sebastien Loeb and Ken Block, as well as European Rallycross drivers like Tanner Foust and Liam Doran, would no…
Keke Rosberg, the charismatic Finn who won the 1982 F1 World Championship was not suited for endurance racing. This was proven at the 1989 Spa 24 Hour race, when he allegedly left between his stints to go sleep with prostitutes, or so his strange former team owner now claims.
Even though the fairly astonishing MP4-12C has only been out for a short time, McLaren is now preparing to introduce a spiritual successor to the F1 hypercar of the 90s.
Italian channel Italia 1 is claiming that Vettel has signed a three-year deal with Ferrari from 2014. There are always rumors going around in Formula One. Does this one hold any water?
According to the kids over at Edmunds' Inside Line, BMW's M Division may be pulling a Monty Python — working on a proposal to develop a Z4M.
Mania over the new 2013 Dodge Viper has given way to pure insanity, with outlets reporting that the next generation super Mopar's going to appear at a regional press event in Florida next month. Yeah, we don't think that's happening — and you should believe us, because at least two of us here are crazy enough to think…
Someday, automakers may have to confiscate all cameraphones when they preview new models at dealer meetings. But, you know, whoops. Instead, we may have just found out that Audi's planning a special edition S5 4.2.
Bloomberg reports Porsche may expand its line-up to seven model lines to achieve a goal of selling at least 200,000 sports cars and sport-utility vehicles by 2018. Anyone care to name them all?