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Good news, Camaro fans.
Can electric cars and attainable sports coupes coexist?
After ten months of investigation, the United States Department of Transportation announced this afternoon that it has found no electronic defects to account for various reports of sudden, unintended acceleration in thousands of Toyota vehicles.
Nissan might have put its Leaf electric vehicle into production late last year, but it’s far from being truly mass produced right now, causing the automaker to fall behind on deliveries.
How do you celebrate building 900,000 two-seat roadsters in a little over 20 years?
Hyundai’s record-breaking 2010 can be attributed in part to a host of new and improved models introduced over the past few years.
Car insurance is a must have item if you intend to drive in the U.S., but can be costly — very costly.
Celebrating 900,000 Miatas sold worldwide.
Earlier this year, Fiat increased its stake in Chrysler to 25 percent from the 20 percent it previously held.
Back in 2008, Hyundai broke into the luxury sedan market with the Genesis and has since brought the Equus luxo-barge to market.
Volkswagen might have been late to the game with the hybrid and electric vehicles while it was busy marketing its efficient diesel engines, but the German giant is certainly trying to make up for lost time.
Group B rallying may have died in early 1986, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the frenentic, high-speed, all-wheel-drive vehicles that made the series (in)famous.
Information about BMW’s MegaCity Vehicle is leaking out slower than a battery loses its charge on a cold day, but the latest info indicates the German automaker is planning short-term leases for the electric vehicle rather than all-out purchase agreements.
Prior to the debut of Toyota’s 2012 Prius V and the Prius C concept, the Japanese automaker launched a new marketing campaign dubbed “Prius Goes Plural,” as the Prius lineup expanded.
We’ve already seen BMW’s 6 Series Coupe a handful of times and have even driven the new drop-top version.
We know Ford’s 2011 F-150 SVT Raptor is basically a Baja truck for the street and can take a lot of abuse, but now we have more to ogle as Vaughn Gittin Jr.
Generally, the doors on a vehicle are supposed to stay on a vehicle and preferably closed – summertime in a Jeep Wrangler notwithstanding.
About a month ago we learned that General Motors was killing the turbocharged Cadillac SRX crossover for the 2011 model year due to slow sales.
McLaren has been teasing us with videos, photos, and details of its production-intent MP4-12C supercar for nearly a year now, but the wait appears to be ending.
How can you top the new 2012 911 Carrera Black Edition?