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Ladies and gents, meet the latest four-wheeled zombie-deterrant that will help you live a little longer on post-apocalyptic planet.
In much the same fashion as the Lexus GS last year, a quick camera snapper in China has broken the cover of Lexus’s latest mode, this time the 2013 ES250.
Toyota’s small new hybrid car will be both affordable and extremely fuel-efficient.
Out of the many cars that got flung around a parking lot at the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon during Toyota’s motorsport exhibition, nearly every one survived without a scratch, including the Lexus LFA Roadster convertible concept.
It’s hard to think of something more potent, speedier, and angrier than a brand-new 638-horsepower Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.
Kia’s first UVO infotaiment system was okay at best.
With Mercedes-Benz often at the forefront of automotive technological innovation, it wasn’t surprising to see Dr.
Although it may be quirky, attractive (to a certain few), and fuel efficient, the Nissan Cube isn’t doing so well when it comes to sales in 2011.
Swiss tuner Mansory is the top dog when it comes to eye-catching modified rides.
Edward Roth really doesn’t like Mazdas — at least, that’s what it looks like.
We all know that trying to use a smartphone in the car can be a dangerous event.
Pagani’s entry into the U.S.
Note to the auto industry: Young vehicles touting impressive fuel economy, notable safety ratings, and stylish designs sell big, at least in the US market.
Toyota president Akio Toyoda recently issued a statement to all the people affected by the Tohuku Earthquake.
Famed BMW tuner Richard Hamann died last week as a result of lung cancer, company officials stated.
Nissan returned to its storied sport car racing roots this past weekend with the fielding of a brand new LMP2 prototype at the 12 Hours of Sebring.
Let’s face it: Audible navigation directions are boring and overly digitized.
Steve McQueen’s iconic Highland Green 1968 Mustang will live on thanks to Bourbon, Missouri outfit Gateway Classic Mustang.
Those yearning for more European diesel power won’t have to wait too much longer.
Rather than have its prestigious Formula 1 racecars merely sit in its museums, Mercedes-Benz thought it best to hang them by thousands of threads at its Mercedes-Benz World center.
Detroit Auto Show