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Numerous brands are investing heavily in autonomous driving technology. Audi, for example, recently tested its self-driving S7 sedan on the track and on German’s autobahn, showing its reliability in challenging driving environments.
Special editions are common among automakers, but there’s one that does more of these vehicles than perhaps any other brand.
Volvo has been on a roll lately. Its latest generation XC90 crossover has won numerous awards, including SUV of the Year, and stands out from a crowded segment thanks to its sleek design, innovative powertrains, and high-tech interior.
Audi has once again given us a sneak peek of its self-driving technology. Last year, it’s self-piloted A7, dubbed “Robby”, impressed us with its ability to devour a racetrack at speed, proving that these modern marvels could indeed be fun.
The new 718 Boxster has already received Porsche’s updated engine offerings. Now several months later, the Cayman is finally receiving the same treatment.
The Audi TT is an iconic sports cars, well-regarded for its curvy design and immediately recognizable silhouette.
Infiniti has just announced pricing of its new range range-topping Q50 model, the 2016 Q50 Red Sport 400.
Jaguar was by many accounts one of the shining stars of the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, and the more recent New York Auto Show.
For a luxury automaker, there’s no such thing has having too many sporty crossovers in the stable. That’s why Mercedes-Benz has announced yet another compact crossover at the recent New York Auto Show.
The automotive industry thought for sure that Mazda would bring a hardtop version of the MX-5 roadster to this week’s New York Auto Show.
Acura fans will be excited to learn that brand is already rolling out the sleek styling that recently shown on the Acura Precision Concept.
Porsche has always been beloved by sports car purists, but it seems that something was lacking when the latest GT3 RS was launched.
With Scion now officially dead, Toyota is looking to bring affordable, yet edgier models into its lineup.
Scion, once a hit with scores of generations looking for cheap, edgier cars, has struggled to maintain a positive sales trajectory in recent years.
Jaguar used the recent Geneva Motor Show to show off its fastest kitten yet — the new F-Type SVR. While the base F-Type is plenty fast as it is sexy, this all-new variant is capable of reaching a staggering top speed of 200 miles per hour.
Kia’s smallest crossover has long delivered a unique package of compelling design, engaging driving dynamics, and extreme value.
Maserati is finally making the move away from only making sports cars and sedans as it’s gearing up to unveil its first sport utility vehicle.
Nissan has brought new life to its aging full-size Armada SUV. Due to hit showrooms this summer, the newly announced 2017 Armada now shares the body-on-frame platform used on the global Nissan Patrol.
All cars eventually undergo a midlife refresh in an effort to stay current and fresh. Ferraris are no exception, as the Italian supercar maker has recently revamped its aging FF and also gave it a new name, the GTC4 Lusso.
Honda has announced that its all-new Ridgeline pickup will be receiving its own Super Bowl ad this weekend, signaling how important the quirky truck is to the automaker’s lineup.