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The Vans shoe brand is synonymous with surfing and Southern California beach culture. While Fiat doesn’t share the same image as the popular skate- and surf-wear brand, the two partnered for a distinctive concept that serves as the perfect vehicle for cruising around the beach.
This weekend, million-dollar vehicles will be racing a full 24 hours to win a legendary European race.
The Cayenne has become a critical model in Porsche’s burgeoning portfolio of vehicles. While known primarily for its sports cars and racing vehicles, the German automaker’s commitment to SUVs, and even hybrids, has proven to be a successful strategy.
Team Sky is currently competing in one of the most grueling physical challenges in the world—the 2014 Tour de France.
Acura’s latest sports sedan is rolling off the assembly line this week. The automaker says that the all-new 2015 TLX is slated to arrive in showrooms next month.
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is not only one of the oldest automotive races in the U.S., but it’s also one of the most unique.
Nissan has revealed an all-new concept that could give clues into the GT-R supercar’s future. But instead of relying solely on the brilliant designers inside Nissan, the automaker teamed up with Polyphony Digital – the makers of the “Gran Turismo” racing series – to create the ultimate supercar concept.
Fuel cell vehicles boost this week with the arrival of the Hyundai’s all-new Tucson Fuel Cell crossover.
Although German brands BMW and Mercedes-Benz have been dominating luxury vehicle sales in the U.S. for quite some time, Lexus has battled back to make it a three-way race in recent months.
The sports-coupe-crossover concept is a well-established niche by now, but it isn’t always successful.
According to a new study, all automakers are becoming greener and cleaner, but only one reigns supreme.
Toyota has long been the king of hybrids. Thanks to its popular Prius family and its ever-expanding portfolio of hybrid models, Toyota is by far the world’s biggest maker of gasoline-electric vehicles.
A vehicle’s tires are among of its most important safety features. Yet all too often drivers ignore their tires and let them wear unevenly or expect them to last forever.
Nissan has heavily revised its range-topping, track-ready Z. Revealed at this year’s ZDAYZ event in North Carolina, Nissan treated enthusiasts to a close-up look at the new 2015 370Z Nismo.
Jaguar’s E-Type is one of the most coveted models in the brand’s long history, and it’s regarded as one of the most beautiful cars of all-time.
The Volkswagen Group has just taken the covers off of its latest concept, and it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.
BMW’s investment in its i brand is continuing at a staggering pace. Having officially launched the i3 and i8, the Bavarian automaker is looking to invest in the technologies and materials that will make these vehicles and its new sub-brand successful in the long term.
Miata fans can now take home a piece of Mazda history. Mazda decided to celebrate the long history of its beloved roadster with a special 25th anniversary edition of the 2015 MX-5 Miata.
As BMW launches it’s new i sub-brand, exclusively offering energy-efficient and eco-friendly vehicles, the automaker is also tackling the issue of EV infrastructure.
Nissan is well versed in making exciting vehicles that deliver exhilarating performance. While sports cars like the GT-R and the 370Z may immediately come to mind when thinking about Nissan performance, the midsize Altima is usually not at the forefront of what excites enthusiasts.