Automotive News

This section of Torque News provides the latest auto news and updates from the car manufacturers. Every day number of news stories and editorials are published here that give our readers an overview of what is happening in the automotive industry. Read this section daily to find out about new cars, vehicle reviews and car pictures. Torque News is an automotive news website by Hareyan Publishing, LLC, dedicated to covering the latest news, reviews and opinions about the car industry.
Lincoln MKZ Conceptual 2013

Ford's New Lincoln Exemplified In Presidential Style With the New MKZ Concept

Lincoln has long been Ford's luxury brand, whose checkered past success and failure has been as colorful as the president it was named after. Lately, the brand has been lackluster, stealing design elements from Ford's other products. Today, Ford is emphasizing Lincoln at the North American International Auto Show with a new flagship: the MKZ Concept.
sonata hybrid

Hyundai rocks auto industry by providing Liftetime Battery Replacement on Sonata Hybrid

Hyundai has dropped a bit of a curveball on the auto industry today, because it announced that its Sonata Hybrid will come with a Lifetime Battery Replacement Guarantee. This is a first guarantee of this kind and could potentially have big implications.
Audi Q5 Vail

Audi Unveils Ski-Theme Q3 Vail, a Tribute to Colorado's Ski-town Traffic

Audi is unveiling the Q3 Vail, a ski-themed luxury compact SUV aimed for the winter sports-loving crowd. The car's title comes from the Colorado Ski resort just west of Denver which is world-renowned for its slopes and lifestyle. Less known are its long traffic jams and winter-slick roads in stop-and go weekend weather. If you've got to wait in that after-ski traffic, you may as well do it in luxury.
Range Rover Evoque

North American Truck of the Year Upset - Range Rover Evoque Takes American Title

This year, the NAIAS pick for Truck of the Year is the Range Rover Evoque, a small, but capable and luxurious little SUV that began production in July, 2011. The win marks another upset in this usually American-dominated segment and award, though, interestingly, none of the Big 3 U.S. automakers was even on the competition's list for 2012.
The cover being pulled off of the 2013 Dodge Dart

The 2013 Dodge Dart introduced at just $15,995

The compact sedan market has become one of the most vital vehicle classes to the automakers doing business in North America and with the introduction of the 2013 Dodge Dart, the Chrysler Group will finally have a car that could be a major player in that segment – with a price of $15,995 making it less expensive than the bestselling models in that class.
2013 Ford Fusion

Ford refines the midsized segment with the all-new 2013 Fusion

Later today in Joe Louis Arena in Detroit as part of the 2012 North American International Auto Show, Ford Motor Company will unveil the entirely-new 2013 Ford Fusion - a car that will raise the bar for the midsized sedan segment with a level of luxury and fuel economy that has never before been seen in this segment.
Lexus Hybrid Concept

Green Car Concepts of Note Coming to 2012 Detroit Auto Show

When the largest auto show in the western hemisphere begins in Detroit on January 9, it will be showcasing some of the hottest new cars and automotive technology for 2012. One of the things that many auto aficionados look forward to are the concept cars - the cars that show where manufacturers are taking their designs in the future.
Tata eMO concept

The Tata eMO Concept: India Struts Its Stuff in Detroit

Tata Motors, the largest automotive manufacturer in India, made headlines in USA when it produced the world's cheapest traditional car in 2008, the diminutive Nano selling at $2,500USD in their home country. Now, the automaker is looking forward to the future with a new concept electric car called the electric MObility study (eMO), which debuts in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show this week.
The future of the electric drive is all smiles

Electric car naysayers rally as consumer interest wanes... or is it?

After the party comes the harsh realization that things aren't quite what they are made up to be. But is this a reason to look away and go back to the way things were? Obviously, we can never go back. As always, enjoy the ride, keep your eyes on the future and go drive an electric car before you make up your mind. It is an inevitability...