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With 345 horsepower on tap the 2016 Ford Focus RS is going to be at the top of anyone's list that is looking at rivals, like the VW Golf R and upcoming Honda Civic Type R.
There are several reports that Honda is working on another sports car for its lineup, following the introduction of the new NSX.
Audi is reportedly going to unveil the new C-BEV concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The concept is expected to be a preview of the upcoming Q6 e-tron electric crossover and a few photos of the concept have leaked online today.
Ferrari has unveiled the 488 Spider, which is essentially a convertible version of the 488 GTB that debuted earlier this year.
GM has officially announced the introduction of the 2016 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon Duramax diesel models.
A new report claims that the next-generation Volvo V40 will be offered in the U.S. sometime around 2017.
Hyundai is so happy with the positive feedback that it received about the Santa Cruz pickup concept that Hyundai may give it the green light for production later this year.
Lexus has revealed the updates to the 2016 CT 200h hybrid, with the biggest update being a new chrome surround grille, an optional moonroof, Lexus Enform Remote and Lexus Service Connect.
For years several automakers have been swapping out their large displacement engines for smaller turbocharged engines, but Japan's Big 3 - Honda, Toyota and Nissan have largely stayed away turbos.
Dodge has announced that it will soon start taking orders for the 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcats.
Mercedes-AMG has released a new batch of teasers of the new C63 Coupe, which is going to officially debut in less than a month.
GM has announced that several 2016 Chevy, Buick, GMC and Cadillac models will offer 22 different active safety technologies.
Lexus has announced the updates to the 2016 IS, with the biggest update being the addition of the new IS 200t and IS 300 AWD, which replace the underpowered IS 250 and IS 250 AWD models.
Chrysler has announced that it is starting to take orders for the new Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, which can be powered by either a supercharged 354-cubic-inch Gen III HEMI engine or a naturally aspirated 426-cubic-inch Gen III HEMI engine.
One of the biggest criticisms of the current Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid is the fact that it only has an all-electric driving range of 11 miles, which is much lower than the 38 miles that the current Chevy Volt can travel.
Honda has unveiled the updated 2016 Accord, which gets updated styling, Honda Sensing plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Volkswagen has announced that the 500,000th Passat has rolled off the line at its plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Earlier this week Infiniti announced that the small Q30 would debut in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The order portal for the 2016 Toyota Mirai fuel-cell vehicle has officially opened, which is expected to arrive this fall.
Now that we've seen the new MINI Clubman and with the Cooper Convertible's debut also expected soon, the attention is being focused on what form will the next-generation MINI Countryman take.