Have you ever found yourself in the quandary of having to choose between a coupe and a convertible? Did you suffer from soul-draining fear of missing out on the 2011 Aston Martin Vantage V12 Zagato? Well it’s fine, because it’s back again as a beautiful coupe and speedster.
Pickup truck tailgates have gotten pretty cool. Ram has a barn door option now, and the 2019 GMC Sierra has a six-way MultiPro folding tailgate, which folds down into an easy step to get into the bed. Just make sure you don’t slam it into your trailer hitch.
After 10 long years, the 2020 Subaru Outback finally gets an XT trim with a turbo engine again. The issue is there’s still one very crucial element missing.
Last year, Ford decided to kill all of its small cars in the U.S., including the Ford Fiesta, Focus and Fusion, in favor of focusing more on what Americans really want: crossovers. But that leaves a huge gap in the Ford portfolio, which it now confusingly plans to fill with an all-new model in 2022.
People have been complaining about Subaru’s desperate need for more power, and the 2020 Subaru Outback fixes that a bit with the 260 horsepower 2.4-liter turbo boxer engine that was introduced in the 2019 Subaru Ascent.
Everyone loves the 1991 GMC Syclone, the all-wheel drive turbocharged six-cylinder muscle truck that was only sold in one color—black. Well it’s back, unofficially, through a tuner shop as a 455 horsepower supercharged conversion of the 2019 GMC Canyon pickup.
Despite not yet selling a single diesel Mazda CX-5 in the U.S., a car that was revealed all the way back in November of 2016, Mazda is apparently still determined to figure out a way to make diesel engine work in America, as revealed in an edited teaser for this week’s New York Auto Show.
We know the Rivian R1T electric pickup truck and Rivian R1S crossover are planned to go into production in 2020 and 2021, and we know they’ve been testing development models disguised to look like the Ford F-150, but a recent profile from Car Magazine reveals exactly what the company plans to go up against.
If you thought the city car hatchback vibe of the Chevy Bolt EV was maybe a little too boring despite it actually being a fairly practical car, then you will be absolutely weary at the prospect of it becoming a small crossover, as a new trademark filing may suggest.
Not too long ago, a Genesis was a Hyundai sports coupe. Now that Genesis is its own luxury brand, it’s so far produced fairly standard premium sedans. But something’s coming to the New York Auto Show this week, and it promises to be something fun in a small package.
There’s too many cooks in the Chinese electric vehicle market, VW’s former CEO has been charged over Dieselgate in Germany, Elon Musk admits he’s always been “crazy on Twitter,” and so much more for the Morning Shift of Monday, April 15, 2019.
In March of last year, GM proudly unveiled the all-new 2019 GMC Sierra pickup truck featuring the world’s first carbon fiber truck bed—the strong but lightweight material typically reserved for super-expensive sports cars. A year later, the option will finally be available this summer.
Two more V8 cars bite the dust. Audi has announced the new 2020 Audi S6 and Audi S7 have abandoned the 450 horsepower V8 in the previous generation of those cars in favor of a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 linked to a mild-hybrid system.
The Ford Fiesta ST was a good car. I hear the all-new one is even better, but I wouldn’t know because Ford won’t sell it in the U.S. anymore. The 2019 Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition is the hottest version of the new one, and I hate that I’d have to violate federal regulations to get one now.
Despite modern cars being absolutely loaded with advanced electronic safety technology meant to prevent crashes or keep you safe in the event of a crash, there are plenty of times where you may want to disable these features to unleash a little more hooligan potential out of your car.
Aston Martin has gone mad for mid-engine sports cars. There’s three in the pipeline: The super-lightweight 1,160 horsepower Valkyrie, the AM-RB 003, and the new Vanquish. So far we only have details on the Valkyrie, but an alleged dealer brochure has potentially revealed some more about the AM-RB 003.
Top Gear streaming has moved yet again after seemingly being unavailable on the major services for the past few months. Its new home is with Motor Trend Network and MotorTrend.com, including seasons 2 through 24, 16 of the specials, and an all-new reboot of Top Gear America later this year.
Despite teasing us with the 707 horsepower Jeep Wrangler Trailcat concept three years ago, the company has confirmed that it won’t be able to sell either the Wrangler nor the new Gladiator with the supercharged V8 Hellcat engine because it’d be too dangerous.
Alfa Romeo told on itself yesterday when a video tour of the new Fiat-Chrysler heritage facility revealed not one, but two Alfa Romeo 4C Quadrifoglio prototypes, just hanging out with a bunch of other cars. Here’s what they are exactly, and how they got there.
Most people probably consider buying an Autozam AZ-1 because it’s a tiny sports car that’s undeniable from Japan with cool doors and funky looks. They want a conversation piece. Well, you can have all of that in a car much more comfortable and practical, for much cheaper in the Toyota Sera.