We caught the next E-class out for a drive in California.
Saab has built an open-air version of its 9-X BioHybrid concept to commemorate 25 years of Saab convertibles.
If big SUVs are your thing, you’d be hard-pressed to find more features and luxury and flat-out hippie-stomping size for the price.
Sure, the live axle limits the Mustang’s ultimate abilities, and the interior isn’t terribly high quality, but we still can’t help being drawn to the aging Ford coupe.
It looks like a 430 but what lies beneath the modified bodywork is reportedly the Enzo’s successor.
This sleek red Genesis coupe is headed for the show floor at SEMA – and bringing plenty of hop-up parts with it.
Here it is: Suzuki’s Nissan Frontier-based Equator pickup.
We’ve got a shot of the 2010 LaCrosse’s grille to tide us over until the car’s official debut in Los Angeles.
In the interest of going against the automotive grain, we took a base G8 for a spin to see how it stacks up against other big V-6 sedans. Boring? We’ll see.
It’s the R8 Convertible or Roadster or Cabriolet or Something. No matter what they end up calling it, this R8 will have a folding soft top.
The Woodward Dream Cruise.
There’s an effortlessness to the way this car drives that is very satisfying.
Throw the golf bags in the back seat: Infiniti is showing its latest G, the G37 convertible, at the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show.