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Spy photography is getting way too easy these days.
Following on the heels of the Prototype X Concept shown at Detroit, Mitsubishi has released this picture of the final, production-ready, 2008 Lancer Evolution. This is what the Evo will look like screaming down U.S. streets in the first quarter of ’08, but sin
A quick check of Chevrolet’s polling site reveals some not-so-surprising news.
We’ve gotten word that Fiat is actually thinking about bringing the recently revived 500 to the United States. The original car was sold from 1936 into the ’70s and was nicknamed the “little mouse.” It was so cute, our own Jean Jennings couldn’t resist buying
Last week, some folks from Harman/Kardon stopped by our office to show off a few new products that are going on sale this spring.
Believe it or not, Buick-one of America’s oldest car brands-actually sells more units in China than in the States. Of course, Buick also has a wider product line in China, with everything from a rebadged Suzuki Reno hatchback to a minivan. To show its love for
The Riviera demonstrates a new design language that will be used on all future models.
A little down today?
When Audi’s RS4 sedan finally made its way to our shores last fall, we were told that no other body styles would be offered, despite the fact that an avant and a cabriolet are available in Europe. A recent talk with one of Audi’s product planners revealed that
It’s a question no one would ever think to ask, but Porsche has answered it. If a 911 GT3 were to have a wild night with a military-spec Humvee, what would the resulting baby look like? Enter the Cayenne Transsiberia rally edition you see here. Following a ver
At this week’s Shanghai show, the Chinese will see their all-new, rear-drive Buick Park Avenue, along with a concept that revives the Riviera name.
When you ask an enthusiast what Ferrari sold today is the finest, the answer won’t necessarily be the wildly fast 599GTB or the more luxurious 612 Scaglietti. No, most will actually say it’s the cheapest model, the mid-engined F430. Thanks to an engine that ri
The baby-sized S40 was led the way for a new design era–especially within the cabin–at Volvo when it debuted in 2003, but now that the S80 and S60 have followed suit, the time has come for a freshening. Gone are the standard bits of gray plastic trim, and th
With the announcement that the;Chrysler group will sell the industry’s first satellite TV system, we have to wonder–is Chrysler still engineering cars, or just “innovative offerings” to be built into the ones they already sell?
While Mitsubishi’s Lancer has grown more appealing, the WRX hasn’t. Subaru has struggled with faces for its cars for years, and the search shouldn’t stop here in Corollaville.
We heard rumors that the Cadillac Sixteen concept would come back as a V-12-powered production car at the 2007 New York show but unfortunately, that’s only true in spirit. By that, we mean that the STS sedan has been revised for 2008 with a grille and fender-m
Frankfurt Auto Show