Nissan has expanded the usability of Nismo and, by marrying it to Juke, has built a concept car, which looks attractive and good for a news purpose.
Ever since Ford retired the venerable Crown Victoria and introduced its new generation of police cars, its Police Interceptor vehicles have been popping up everywhere.
The German automaker has announced that it will unveil a wold premiere of the Audi A1 Sportback tomorrow, during the second press day of the Tokyo Auto Show.
Tapping into the power of music, Hyundai joined forces with music’s biggest brand – The Recording Academy (internationally known for the Grammy Awards) – to become its “Official Vehicle Partner.”
GreenCarReports’ editors choose the most significant new “green” car based on the criteria of practicality, new technology and environmental impact.
Clearly since CAFE standards were first enacted in 1975, the average vehicle today pollutes far less and gets greatly improved mileage compared to the cars of 36 years ago.
On the surface, one might call the situation the result of a lack of protocol rather than some concocted design flaw.
When Tokyo Auto Show Opens its doors on Wednesday for the press days, Toyota will be the undisputed leader there as the German car makers were the leaders at the recent motor show in Frankfurt.
The deal is being offered through Google Offers, Google's new e-commerce venture to compete with LivingSocial and GroupOn.
Making every effort to be open, GM went the extra mile today by holding the news teleconference regarding the NHTSA inquiry into the battery safety issue with the Chevy Volt.
With an aggressive face reminiscent of a Mako shark, the Toyota GT 86 has the look of a truly driver-focused exhilaration machine, leading the viewer to expect a classic sports car experience.
GM halted vehicle production at Spring Hill, Tennessee last November and moved production of the Chevrolet Traverse to Lansing, Michigan.