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Unique and Unusual Cars From The Quail
Hyundai’s new hatchback is one you’ll likely remember.
After teasing us for years, Audi is finally bringing its little Q3 luxury crossover to an American auto show.
Based in part on the Leaf electric car, the Nissan eNV200 Concept converts the company’s not-yet-released small commercial van to all-electric power.
We’ve been waiting since February to find out which BMW will be the first to carry a four-cylinder engine in the U.S.
It may not be ‘New,’ but latest Beetle is refreshing reinterpretation.
March Madness has hit Michigan as Ford has outsold General Motors thanks to a 19-percent growth in sales over the previous year.
The hits just keep coming.
The next Chevrolet Malibu is going global.
Ready to turn that tax return into Toronado, but not an expert on classic cars?
Reviews of the new 2012 Ford Focus have so far been positive, ours included, but Ford wants more.
First introduced to Europe in 2003, the Direct-Shift Gearbox (DSG) has become a Volkswagen Group calling card as the company sells its 3.5 millionth gearbox globally.
McLaren and Ferrari have something of a Northern Europe vs Southern Europe rivalry going with their latest supercars, and now we hear Porsche is thinking of getting in on the action.
A report out of Europe today says that some of Kia’s higher-ups are chomping at the bit for a roadster à la the Mazda MX-5 Miata and are also considering an all-wheel-drive variant of the Soul crossover.
From a field of more than 53,000 would-be racers, 16 of the top competitors from the U.S.
United Auto Workers vice president Joe Ashton, speaking before a UAW strategy conference in Detroit, said that GM is planning to rehire roughly 2000 laid-off workers and bring the company back to full employment by September.
If you can imagine it, someone has probably claimed a record for it.
A patent filing has revealed that the dry dual-clutch transmission GM announced it was developing with partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) is in fact a seven-speed front-wheel-drive transmission.