Tesla is preparing to deliver its first Model S electric sedans to customers next month, but in the spirit of full disclosure, has outlined why it anticipates its 300-mile version will be rated by the EPA for 265 miles.
Sports soul salutes shameless speed.
Project-X isn’t some secret government project (that we know of), but it is the name of a Mercedes-Benz Vito with a hefty sound system from the United Kingdom.
It appears telling Hyundai’s designers to go crazy on the unconventional Veloster has paid off, as the three-door “coupe” has been named a Good Design Award winner by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
The year 2012 is almost over, which means one thing for Nissan GT-R enthusiasts: the 2013 supercar model is almost here.
The 2013 Chevrolet Colorado, after facing some uncertainty over whether it’d be brought to the United States, has landed on the brand’s short list of important trucks.
It takes cojones to make a serious pass at an established performance icon, especially if you don’t have any sort of real performance pedigree.
The global validation experts at the Technischer Üeberwachungs Verein have weighed in on the lavish, plug-in Fisker Karma, and the fuel economy numbers may surprise you: 51.6 miles of all-electric driving, 26 combined mpg in range-extending mode, and a total of 112 combined mpg.
Every year, the video game community looks forward to the Electronic Entertainment Expo, aka E3.
The devastating March earthquake and tsunami in Japan is still fresh in our minds, and there’s still a lot of work to be done as the rebuilding continues.
If you’re a big vehicle safety buff, you’ll presumably be happy to learn American drivers have collectively managed to lower the number of traffic fatalities in 2010.
To the doubters who don’t believe the American auto industry can build a competitive compact car, General Motors has something to say.
After a recent Web column said Tesla was a “prime acquisition target,” CEO Elon Musk has fired back a response.
AC Schnitzer is a well-recognized tuner in the European aftermarket scene, and its efforts continue today with its 99d concept.
In an effort to make its vehicles more affordable and accessible to the buying public, Volkswagen radically simplified its sixth-generation Jetta for the United States market.
Kia has been upping its game lately, and consumers have noticed, as evidenced by the automaker passing the 10 million global exports mark.
All is not well in Canada for Chrysler and General Motors, who are dealing with a shipping dispute that is keeping their new vehicles grounded.
When Mansory comes a-knockin’ at our e-mail inbox, we just have to look.
Walter Röhrl and Porsche 904 GTS, together at the same time?
The Porsche Cajun officially has a home: Leipzig, Germany.