There will be a Mazda CX-4, by the look of some spy photos nabbed by a CarScoops reader. Head over there to see the car.
The Volvo S90 is the brand’s return to building flagship vehicles that we’ve been waiting for and this image above is allegedly it. Why allegedly? Well, the source of these photos, actually, is almost as interesting as the car itself.
Now I know why Minis handle well; they beat the living hell out of their development prototypes. And I know that because yesterday I chased one down Mulholland in a Caterham until the Mini’s brakes were catching fire.
Alleged patent drawings of the 2016 Honda Civic found their way to the internet this weekend and from the look of ‘em, the new car is going to make more of a visual statement than the previous two generations of Civics.
Last week, we received a bunch of pictures of what looked to clearly be some sort of Cadillac prototype out testing, covered in some heavy body cladding. With that batch of pictures also came photos of this test mule as well, but after a week we still can't figure out what it is.
The big flagship that will attempt to champion and/or save American luxury, which we've heard is called the Cadillac LTS, is all set to go into production late next year. But to meet that timetable, it's got to undergo a lot of testing. So here it is doing some high altitude work.
"We just chased down a mule in the RV," says the email from Michael Ballaban. Our mobile command center, JALOP-1, is now a spy vehicle.
Our eagle-eyed readers have caught Smart ForTwo development mules out testing before, but those looked like slapped-together botchjobs. These two, captured together outside a hotel in Illinois, look much closer to production, and much different from the current model.
Sixteen. That's a number. More specifically, its the number of variants that Porsche currently has for the 911. Well, get ready for that number to break 20: The GTS is coming.
The 2016 Mazda Miata is well on its way, and we've already seen the running gear of the next generation. But having some chassis bits and some suspension on a display stand is one thing, and testing the car under real-world conditions is another. Oh, and this mule's got a turbo.
Someone walking around what appears to be the Renaissance Center in Detroit captured photos of these interesting looking GM muscle cars that could different versions of the 2016 Chevy Camaro or something else altogether. UPDATE: For RealityTV.
Three camo'ed Nissan Titan pickups were spotted by someone who swears he heard the telltale rumble of an oil burner. Is the truck's new Cummins diesel and its first redesign since introduction finally almost upon us?
One of our readers ran into a Volkswagen up! in Alaska, and while that's already a rare sight in America, it was accompanied by a second car under heavy camouflage doing low temperature testing. But what the hell is it?