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DaimlerChrysler is trying to gauge interest in the Fortwo in the States, and buyers are being asked to back up their words with a fistful of dollars.
Reeves Callaway, founder of Callaway Cars, has given already-capable Corvettes the Barry Bonds treatment for decades, creating some of the quickest exotics in the world. The C16, introduced at the 2006 Los Angeles show, was the latest of these steroid-injected
Hell has indeed frozen over, and the first U.S-bound rear-drive, V-8-powered Hyundai has slid right across the ice into our world. The Genesis concept-shown first at the 2007 New York International Auto Show-is the precursor to a 2008 production model that has
The latest iteration of Jaguar’s XKR is a fantastic car to drive, but we’ve had a few complaints about the quality of some of the car’s smaller parts and materials. The Portfolio package aims to remedy some of those issues, and add a bit of performance at the
Among the top complaints from owners of radar detectors are the constant false alarms from random sources that aren’t Crown Victorias. If you drive past the same grocery store on the way to work every morning, you’re going to get the same false signal every mo
Among the top complaints from owners of radar detectors is the constant false alarms from random sources that aren’t Crown Victorias.
The Geneva show is full of a lot of great cars, but many of them won’t be sold here. Here are our top five picks for U.S.-bound Geneva debuts to be excited about.
The New York International Auto Show seemed quiet this year, but there were five truly notable debuts to get excited about. We count them down here.
It’s not often we get excited about a car getting new bumpers and side markers, but when it means that the new Koenigsegg CCX is ready for U.S. sale, excitement is an understatement. After all, this new model–the third Koenigsegg, following the CC8S and CCR–
“It has always been a dream of mine,” Roland Gumpert declares on his website, “to have a car that has so much downforce, such aerodynamic efficiency that you could drive on the roof of a tunnel at high speed–and this car can.” We have to believe him, because
It’s usually a given that when a press release starts with “It is the honor of Russo-Baltique Company of Russia to present to the honorable public . . .” that a series of pretty unbelievable details will follow. Details like a dashboard that’s hand-made from o
If you like to drive pantless, the Rinspeed eXasis may not be the car for you. This Swiss tuner is famous for wild concepts-usually based on Porsches-and more recently, for the use of high-tech plastics, but the clear plastic-bodied eXasis makes last year’s za
Because Spyker doen’t design wild enough vehicles by itself (or maybe they’re too wild?) the small Dutch firm teamed up with Zagato to design a flagship for its exotic lineup. The C12 Zagato, a reskinned C12 Spyder, is meant to celebrate Spyker’s entry into th
Alongside the tamer V70,Volvo will be pulling the wraps off of the new XC70, a chunky, all-road version of its mid-size wagon. As with the last generation, it shares its overall design with the V70, but rides three inches higher and has plastic body cladding “
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