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What if all of your auto-related connectivity and functionality could be controlled with a precise, segmented sweep of your right hand, and then visually relayed to you through an ergonomically cor
Though it hasn’t officially gone on sale in the U.S. yet, the Chattanooga-built Atlas looks like it will be a homerun for Volkswagen.
Back in January, Jeep boss Mike Manley stated that there would be a Hellcat-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee available for sale by the end of 2017.
It’s the first mainstream car Nissan has produced with the NISMO badge.
Subaru’s all-new 3-Row crossover is coming soon and the VIZIV Concept unveiled at the LA Auto Show points a bigger future for Subaru in North America. It will be built for U.S.
Last week at the LA Auto Show, Hyundai unveiled the “Ioniq Unlimited” subscription-based ownership experience that will begin next year in California.
Nissan is going all-out with the Rogue One Star Wars theme. They unveiled a new Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition model at the LA Auto Show this week.
Paul Elio is an interesting fellow.
Back in September, FCA had an event to celebrate the start of production at the plant in Brazil which will build the 2017 Jeep Compass, but we really only got to see the new SUV back then.
Yesterday at the LA Auto Show, Volvo announced a pilot program called Volvo Concierge Services where it gives owners the ability to summon fuel, a car wash, or a pickup for servicing.
If there is one thing true about a major auto show it is this: for a few days, an automaker can forget its problems and immerse itself in great news, often to the point of erasing most of the bad s
The Cadillac CT6 is, without question, the greatest big Caddy in many moons and with the arrival of the GT6 Plug-In Hybrid in early 2017, this beautiful rear-drive luxury sedan will become one of t
Does it irritate you that for last year or two carmakers have been taking perfectly good four-door sedan-style cars and trying to pass them off as coupes?
This is the Mercedes-Maybach S650 that debuted at the LA Auto Show. There will only be 300 of these models built, and 75 of them are coming to the U.S.