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The EPA is not coming for your racecar. The EPA is coming for the aftermarket companies that make parts to turn your street car into a racecar.
Honda revealed the second-generation 2017 Ridgeline at the 2016 Detroit auto show, marking the return of the unibody midsize truck.
Audi has released some teasers of the new Q2 crossover on their official blog a few weeks before its official reveal at the 2016 Geneva auto show.
The state of Nevada is erring on the side of caution regarding its financial investment for the construction of the Faraday Future facility in Las Vegas.
It’s billed as America’s largest (1 million-plus square feet) and longest running (since 1901!) auto show, and every year its modest schedule of global launches affords a nice opportunity to throw some limelight on the launch of a new model or variant that would otherwise be drowned out by the flashier intros at the Detroit, L.A., or even New York shows.
The upcoming Toyota C-HR will be built in Europe, the automaker announced. Production of the subcompact crossover will take place at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Turkey (TMMT) in Sakarya, Turkey.
For a lucky few this is an opportunity for one-stop comparison shopping. The rest of us can dream and drool.
If you want a glimpse into the future of autonomous cars, look no further than the Tesla Model S. Revealed last October, Tesla’s Autopilot can autonomously steer the car down the road, change lanes, and adjust speed in response to traffic.
Canadians have a long and (mostly) honorable history at “the Brickyard,” and some of that is on display at the Toronto auto show in the Indy 500 exhibit on the 100 level of the MTCC North Building.
BMW has revealed the 2017 M760i xDrive, the latest addition to the brand’s M Performance lineup, which also includes the M235i and the upcoming X4 M40i.
BMW has revealed a limited-production model of its plug-in-hybrid (PHEV) sports coupe dubbed the BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition.
Mazda has begun production on the second-generation CX-9 crossover in Japan, and the first units are coming to the U.S.
Concept cars are sure to drawn in crowds at the Toronto auto show, even if many of them come from foreign lands and had their original debuts a while back.
Here comes the bling. Soon, buyers will be able to choose between the Brass Monkey and Anodized Platinum appearance packages for their 2016 Durango.
Lexani Motorcars has introduced an extreme luxury version of the popular Cadillac Escalade SUV dubbed the Escalade Viceroy Edition.
The purpose-built BAC Mono is getting an interior makeover. A redesign of the tube-frame chassis provides more room for the racer’s single occupant.
At the 2016 Chicago auto show, Nissan brought out the Rogue Winter Warrior crossover concept it revealed last month.
Infiniti detailed its revamped Q50 late last year, and now the automaker is showing off all three variants of the sedan at the Chicago auto show.
No fewer than 40 new cars, trucks, and concept vehicles are making their Canadian debuts at the 2016 Canadian International Auto Show, which opens to the public on February 12 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Rand McNally, a company that specializes in the production of maps, road atlases, navigation and travel content, has revealed the OverDryve connected-car device that brings a suite of features found on more expensive cars to older vehicles.