I know leaked images are always pretty exciting, but, to be fair, this car has already proven to be leakier than the radiators in any liquid-cooled car I seem to own. First we got a big hint at the look of the resurrected 8 Series via the concept, we’ve seen the test mules, and at the beginning of the year, we saw…
The new BMW M2 Competition has been leaked to the world, thanks to BMW’s Australian portal releasing the information a bit early, which was picked up by a Slovenian BMW enthusiast site. Not only do all of these photographs depict the new 410-horsepower M4-engine-in-a-smaller-car hopped up M2, but they leaked a few…
Audi could make its car models distinguishable from each other someday, but it looks like that day won’t come this model year. Here are some leaked photos of what’s thought to be the 2019 Audi A6, which isn’t supposed to debut until next month. We know it’s an “A6” because we looked at the badging on the back.
A Japanese magazine seems to have published a two-page spread of what looks like the new Toyota Supra, done up in the livery of its Gazoo Racing arm. It’s hard to say if this is legit at this point! We still haven’t seen the real Supra yet, but it’s existed in mule and leak form for so long we basically know what it…
As other automakers and electric-minded newcomers continue to take a swing at replacing the everyday commuter car with something powered solely with batteries, Nissan seems to be interested in staying in a smaller part of the slowly-growing EV segment with its upcoming next-generation Leaf.
Now, I can’t say that our audience has exactly been hounding us for images of the upcoming redesigned 2018 Nissan Leaf, but leaks of yet-to-be-seen are always exciting in their forbidden way, so we may as well have a look at this one, which is unusual in that it seems to be a leak right from the factory.
Wooooo-wee, we got ourselves a good ole fashioned electric car start-up fight! Exciting! This week, electric and autonomous vehicle start-up NIO unveiled a concept car at the SXSW bonanza. Looks like a fine machine. However, potential rival-pending-if-either-ever-makes-a-production-vehicle Faraday Future doesn’t seem…
We’ve known that Range Rover has been planning to resurrect the name of their original 1969 prototype, Velar, for their re-skinned Jaguar F-Pace that’s going to slot into the Range Rover line just above the Evoque. We’ve seen teaser pics before, but now, one day early, we get to see the whole thing, thanks to this…
What appears to be a slide from an internal presentation at Mercedes-Benz seems to lay out timelines for several interesting vehicles, including a GT roadster, several Smart EV variants, something called the E-Class All Terrain and the fabled Mercedes pickup truck.
Documents that appear to have come from a dealer’s meeting lay out a pretty complete price and configuration list for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma. Check it out right here.
What looks like a Japanese dealer spec sheet for the 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser has apparently been leaked. Looks legitimate to me; which would mean the next Cruiser’s getting a little chrome eyeliner and some interesting tech options.
This picture of two die-cast SUVs that look exactly like the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport have been circulating around the internet for the past 24 hours or so. The new Freelander/LR2 replacement isn't meant to be revealed until September 2nd, but it seems we're getting a small-scale sneak peek right here.
The Audi Q5 With A Bodykit, er, excuse me, I mean the 2015 Porsche Macan, is inching closer to production. Its power specs just hit the Internets, however, and the engines under the hood are most certainly not Audi Q5 With A Bodykit numbers. We're talking solid amounts of power for a small SUV.
The Porsche Targas of old had a lift out center section to let that sweet, sweet summer air and flat six wail surround you. The last two Targas had a sliding glass roof, which just didn't do it. The new Targa brings back the romance of the past.
Last night we got all excited about the Subaru BRZ STi. Like really excited. But what if we prematurely shot our wad on what was supposed to be a dry run, and now we have something of a mess on our hands? What if this isn't the STi we're looking for?
Ah, the Mazda2. It's little. It's light. It's tons of fun. Yet it doesn't have Mazda's new face. Thanks to this Japanese magazine scan, we might have just had our first glimpse at the new 2.