Lexus is set to unveil the all-new 2014 IS series this coming Tuesday.
General Motors offered the first teaser of the upcoming Cadillac ELR in mid-December when they introduced a shadowy image of the new electric Caddy coupe showing us little more than the top line an
When people think of London, England, they think of Big Ben, black cabs, and red double-decker buses.
Ford Motor Company announced a strategic collaboration to demonstrate a new system called MyEnergi Lifestyle aimed at reducing your energy use.
While it is unusual for the modern Dodge lineup to use the GT moniker instead of R/T for a performance package, the 2013 Dodge Dart GT follows in the tradition of the vintage Dart performance triml
In order for any automaker to record sales gains consistently, they need to introduce new products that buyers will get excited about.
The subcompact SUV features a radical new 3.0 TFSI engine with forced induction and an innovative supercharger that realizes zero to 62 mph (in European form) in 5.3 seconds and climbs to a top spe
While some movie stars may appear on a late night talk show to support their latest project, action star Arnold Schwarzenegger is taking a different route to promote his new movie The Last Stan
Despite the numerous benefits of hybrid and electric vehicles (increased fuel efficiency, lower emissions, etc.), there is one glaring disadvantage: they’re too quiet.
The Consumer Electronics Show is opening this week, meaning the Automakers are announcing more hi-tech wizardry integration with the automobile.
The Hyundai HCD-14 Concept Vehicle that will debut next week at the 2013 NAIAS in Detroit is said to “give the automotive world a glimpse into future Hyundai premium vehicle design, advanced 3D ges
The International Consumer Electronics Show happening now in Las Vegas has become a showcase for new in-car infotainment systems that work with smart-phones and the web.
Volvo XC60 Plug-in Hybrid Concept. The Volvo XC60 Plug-in Hybrid Concept offers a smart choice between gasoline and/or electric power whenever the driver needs it.
If you are somehow unfamiliar with Ken Lingenfelter, he is the man in charge at Lingenfelter Performance Equipment (LPE).