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Kartkid007 is vying for YouTube fame (along with millions of other kids) and has released several videos of himself behind the wheel of an Audi R8.
Toyota has released a collection of new images of the 2012 Yaris hatchback.
The current Lexus GS pretty long in the tooth (it debuted in 2005), but it looks like Lexus is about to take the GS in a different stylistic direction — the direction of the 552 hp LF-A.
GM promises the upcoming 2013 Chevrolet Malibu will provide the utmost in comfort, and it can thank Oscar for it.
According to Reuters, Bob King, chief of the United Auto Workers, and staff will be meeting with representatives from the big three U.S.
Green and go in Switzerland
Let it snow
And GM kills it
Is the “3PMSF” stamp good enough?
The auto industry is seeing better days since it suffered a crisis back in 2008, when American car sales plummeted to one of its lowest points.
The pocket rocket for those whose rational side overrules their passionate side.
Audi’s slinky A5 and S5 coupes and convertibles are going under the knife for model-year 2013, emerging with mild visual tweaks and a few equipment changes.
With the release of the 2012 Volkswagen Beetle coming shortly, we’ve been seeing lots of talk about the model it replaces, the New Beetle.
Up to now, the United Auto Workers union has never been successful in organizing American employees of foreign automakers –“transnationals” in UAW parlance — in the United States.
The 2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class SUV will be priced exactly the same as the outgoing 2011 model, even though the new car has undergone a complete overhaul.
Dodge is recalling nearly 250,000 of its Ram pickup trucks over issues with tie rods, which could result in fractures during low-speed maneuvers, loss of directional stability, and cause a crash.
Volvo’s Flywheel KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) hybrid system was the first of many gas-electric experiments for the Scandinavian automaker.
For the first time in the 36-year history of the BMW Art Car, all 17 of the fully functional cars can now be viewed all at once by anyone, anywhere.
There are reports that Cadillac has green-lighted a new flagship that should erase any memory of the discontinued and mediocre STS and DTS sedans.
Today, Ford became the first automaker to support the recent federal bill to ban cell phone use while driving.
BMW’s marketing staff has been getting creative lately, launching outrageous spots featuring the BMW 1 Series M drifting through walls and even going sky-high atop the world’s highest helipad for some donut sessions.
Ford is currently in the beta testing phase of its upcoming Operator Assist — a new addition to its Sync in-car connectivity and infotainment system.
Enthusiasts mourning the decline of the station wagon, don’t fret: if Ford has anything to say about it, the hatchback is back.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class cabriolet has joined the family of Brabus-tuned rocket transformations from a pedestrian stock open-top to an 800-hp super cab.