This year’s Detroit Auto Show had a big focus on trucks and autonomous crossover concepts, and most of the big stuff was out of the way before the show even officially began. That left the other companies some space to show up with some surprises.
Infiniti brought one of the most intriguing concept cars to the Detroit Auto Show this year, in part because it was one of the only actual concepts revealed, but also because it’s a beautifully sculpted package that finds a tricky balance of design and new engineering. Here’s what its designer had to say about the…
Revenge is a dish best served deep fried with pickles.
Check the clock. It may be time for Ram to finally give us the Hellcat-powered truck we don’t need or deserve, but that we want.
Kia brought a new 2019 Forte sedan to the Detroit Auto Show. Now, it has an optional CVT—confusingly reffered to by Kia as an “IVT,” more on that in a moment—and its engine runs on the Atkinson Cycle. It also copied enough of the Kia Stinger’s look to glow up and be kind of hot.
Lexus understands that a modern flagship should be a massive, comfy, opulent SUV, so it introduced the LF-1 Limitless Concept at the Detroit Auto Show.
A New York City cop has been injured after trying to stop what appears to be a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG from drifting through Times Square, and the incident was all caught on video.
The 2018 Detroit Auto Show kicks off this weekend, with a lot of potential for some big reveals, and just as much potential to be a big disappointment (as with every auto show).
GM thought it was clever by announcing a self-driving Bolt without a steering wheel nor pedals, which was actually just a cheap chop job that is pretty lame and uninventive. GM also decided to leave a particular component that doesn’t seem necessary anymore.
Hello, and welcome back to the exhausting news cycle surrounding the alleged upcoming all-new successor to the Toyota Supra. Today’s update comes from Auto Express, which claims the new car will debut at the Geneva Motor Show under the Gazoo Racing brand.
I’ve been doing some homework on the Ford Ranger, oh, for no reason, when I came to the realization that the Ranger, and other small trucks like it, are pretty good vehicles that families could get a good use out of before handing down to the next generation.
As the automotive industry progressively improves the safety of its vehicles, it seems issues of driver awareness and visibility also increase. Thickening pillars and smaller windows coupled with an awkward road design make for a particularly dangerous intersection in Hampshire, England that suffers from a phenomenon…
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Ford released a cryptic new teaser with the former Top Gear Stig Ben Collins hinting at a new ST model. What the hell could it be?
Tesla finally got around to working out automatically activated windshield wipers, launching another “beta” test for the feature last week. There’s a slight issue involving the wipers flinging water onto owners that still needs ironing out, but Elon Musk has announced that a fix is on the way.
After announcing a partnership back in August, Toyota and Mazda have settled on a location in Alabama to build a new $1.6 billion production facility, according to Automotive News. The move follows an industry trend of shifting or keeping automotive production stateside.
Moving can be stressful, especially if you’re moving to a big city like New York just a few days after graduating college. During these busy times, it’s best to minimize distractions and limit the amount of tasks and responsibilities at hand, which is why my editors decided to get me a 640 horsepower Cadillac CTS-V…
If you don’t see the sign, expect to do the time (paying off your increased insurance rates after sliding on a sheet of ice that was formerly an off-ramp and straight into a pileup of crashed cars).
Jack O’Banion, Vice President of Strategy and Customer Requirements, Advanced Development Programs for Lockheed Martin may have just unintentionally revealed that America’s next hypersonic warplane is much farther along the development process than previously suggested.