We’ve seen amazing garages and unique car collections, but how many people can say their driveway can double as a hill-climb racetrack?
Infiniti’s push into performance-tuned luxury vehicles began with the debut of its G37 IPL last year.
Possibly in an attempt to atone itself from any fuel economy-related sins, BMW is slated to show a plug-in hybrid 5 Series concept aside the new Concept M5 at the Shanghai motor show later this month.
Want to bring home a 2012 Ford Focus for free without resorting to grand theft auto?
The latest bunch of recalls revolves around the Mercedes-Benz M-Class SUV for faulty cruise control systems, and underperforming seatbelts installed in Dodge Sprinter cargo vans.
Dodge is preparing yet another special-edition muscle machine — but in a break from what now seems to be tradition, it isn’t based on the Challenger.
Lexus’ stronghold on the United States luxury market came to an end in January, when Mercedes-Benz overtook the number one position earlier this year.
Today, Audi gave its all-new 2012 A7 a starting price of $60,125 (including delivery).
Chrysler will begin selling an electric version of the Fiat 500 next year; however, rather than profiting from each model delivered, the automaker will lose nearly $10,000 for every unit it sells.
Buick recently announced its plan to advertise heavily during college basketball’s March Madness, and has prepared a few new television commercials.
We woke up this morning to a barrage of news releases that appeared rather strange in nature, and upon glancing at our calendars the date hit home.
Chrysler Group’s sales may have jumped a considerable 13 percent in February, but March proved to be even more kind to the Auburn Hills, MI-based automaker.
High-end automakers may offer wood-trim on their vehicles, but never before have they sold bicycles made completely of the natural substance.
Ferrari’s cars are both expensive and rare, and apparently so is the company’s newest book.
The Mini Cooper may be one of the smallest vehicles on the road today, but company engineers are apparently having no trouble cramming additional drivetrain components into the model.
The Holden Commodore-based Pontiac G8 was sadly discontinued in the United States when it General Motors shuttered the Pontiac brand in 2009.
The Japanese earthquake has affected some automakers more than others, but it appears Toyota may have been the hardest hit.
Rolls-Royce announced today it opened its largest showroom, but the location comes as no surprise: Abu Dhabi, smack dab in the middle of the wealthy United Arab Emirates.
Want to keep warm in Volvo’s new C30 EV?
This week’s batch of automotive recalls kicks off with Honda addressing front window issues on a handful of 2011 Odyssey minivans — marking the minivan’s second recall in the past two weeks — while Volvo issues structural repairs for a seven — yes, seven — of 2011 S40 sedans.