2007 Los Angeles Auto Show: Green cars are always the stars of the Los Angeles Auto Show. California is a huge market, so automakers always bring new luxury cars to display in LA.
Pricing has been announced for the 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI headed for American soil.
Honda's FCX Clarity fuel-cell vehicle will be available in Southern California in the summer of 2008.
The clearest look yet of Hyundai's forthcoming Genesis coupe.
Volkswagen brought the third Up! concept to the 2007 Los Angeles show. This time it's packing a fuel-cell powertrain in front with batteries out back.
Chevy's Aveo five-door gets a new nose and engine for 2009.
Chevrolet has introduced the first and only full-size hybrid pickup.
Audi's Cross Cabriolet Quattro attempts to blend the roominess of an SUV with the elegance of a convertible. And comes out all confused.
GM is promising a 50 percent improvement in city fuel economy for the new two-mode Escalade Hybrid. But this Escalade isn't about understatement in any...
It's instantly recognizable as a Murano, but Nissan's new Altima-based SUV has badges so big that doesn't matter.
Perhaps the way to regard the Sequoia isn't as a grander SUV but rather as an alternative to a motorhome, with space for eight family members and every...
The MKS shares many parts with the Ford Taurus, but the Lincoln gets its own unique exterior and interior design. And possibly a twin-turbo V-6 engine.
The amount of race track performance the ACR adds to the Viper's already huge prowess screams "smoking deal."
Styled to be more coupe-like than the current model, the '09 Matrix provides a more spacious, hatchback-bodied, all-wheel drive alternative to the Corolla.
The Corolla remains a solid economy sedan that combines Toyota's legendary reputation for quality with astounding fuel economy. And now, Italian looks.
The Vibe is a useful and affordable way for patriotic Americans to get a domestic badge on a versatile Japanese hatchback.
For 2008, Ford brings back the Mustang Bullitt for round number two and the 40th anniversary of the movie. The overall theme is the same; tweak the...
Break out the confetti, kids, and start warming up those checkbooks. Put a deposit down for you 135i. Yes, it's that good.
BMW's M3 sedan adds two doors to a proven recipe, throws in a new center console, and makes family-man converts of us all.
Mitsubishi's fat-fendered flyer has grown up and lost some of its charm, but in the process, it's become a much better car.
Longer, and now with dinky doors. Is a bigger Mini really what the world needs? For whatever reason, miniaturized machines fascinate, and the Clubman is...