Here’s a teaser of the new F1 2015 game, which promises to be one of the most realistic ways to drop yourself right in the middle of the Formula One season action. Drive your favorite cars, visit your favorite tracks and contend for a season championships—all from your console or PC.
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.
This clip doesn't give us a lot of clues about what makes the "Built Ford Tough Shield" special, but based on the name and these shots my money's on new bedliner tech. Whether it ends up being "effective tool" or "sales gimmick" remains to be seen, but we'll have our eyes open.
Either the glare-filter on this teaser video is dialed up to 11, or the interior of the 2015 Nissan Frontier and Navara will look familiar to anyone who's spent time in a modern Nissan; glossy piano-black trim panels and shiny chrome looks more "family friendly SUV" than rough n' tumble pickup truck.
One horsepower per kilo. It's a figure that many thought would never happen. Screw that. The Koenigsegg One:1 is coming. And it'll be incredible.
Teasers before automotive reveals aren't exactly my favorite thing in the world. Don't tease us with a blank picture, just show off your new automotive creation. But when Bugatti teases something, people listen. And now they say they have something new to show us in the coming days on Facebook. What the hell is it?
Chrysler decided to shoot 30 seconds of video showing a 300C sedan — sporting Utah dealer plates — supposedly imbibed with the 600-hp Viper V10 and an "SRT10" badge. So, you're just going to leave that there, then? [RedLetterDodge]