Who doesn't love the Paris Motor Show? You wake up and see the Eiffel Tower through your window. You jump on the Metro outside your hotel in the 7th Arrondisement and arrive at the show's front door. If you're lucky, you can dine on lunch from a Michelin 3-star restaurant right on the show floor.
Some crazy Dutchman leaked out new press pictures of the Jaguar F-Type and we got, like, five boners. Actually, there are a few new details that we can learn from these shots.
When automakers make a lightweight, hardcore version of one of their sports cars, they always start off with the coupe since it's an inherently better platform to create a performance car.
The Jaguar F-Type has been slowly stripping and revealing itself before our eyes for the last six months.
In a little over a week, Jaguar is going to make a big splash at the Paris Motor Show when it finally stops all the teasing and introduces the Jaguar F-Type to the world.
Right now, you can get a Lexus IS in any configuration as long as it's a sedan or convertible. Most of their competitors offer coupe versions of their luxury mid-sizers but not Lexus for some ridiculous reason probably having to do with the company's hopefully fading case of anhedonia. This image of the Lexus LF-CC…
Audi loves diesel. They win Le Mans with diesel power. They espouse the virtues of it's efficiency on the roads.
The BMW Group will be focusing on front-wheel drive at the upcoming Paris Motor Show.
It has been known for a while that BMW will be releasing a front-wheel drive variant of the 1-Series.
McLaren may have thought they were oh so clever outlining their upcoming P12 superfatastiwonderhypercrazycar with rays of light this morning. They were actually giving us all the tools we needed to see the car in full.
McLaren will be officially unveiling its P12 superultramegahyperinsanecar at the Paris Motor Show in two weeks time.
The worst kept secret in the entire car world is that McLaren is releasing a successor to the F1 very, very soon. At Pebble Beach, some well-to-do enthusiasts saw an image of the car, called the P12, and they're starting to leak some details.
Everyone knows McLaren is working on a successor to the legendary F1. Today, McLaren announced that they're going to the Paris Motor Show in three weeks. We're praying that the two are related and we're going to get our first look at the hypercar-to-be.
The Honda Fit may have started the trend of automakers bringing not-terrible small cars to the U.S., but it was the Ford Fiesta that got us excited about them again, even if sales haven't been as robust as Ford had hoped. These leaked photos of the 2014 Fiesta show a new, more aggressive face. We're in.
What the world needs right now is yet another over-styled, utility and sport-free crossover, am I right? GM sure thinks I am, this new Chevy Trax combines the high center of gravity, compromised interior space and crappy driving dynamics of an SUV with the styling of a Transformers movie.