M-B gives 2018 S class a new range of engines
The big news on the re-engineered Mercedes-Benz 2018 S-class sedan, unveiled at the Shanghai auto show, is under the hood.
Porsche dealers want more than a Panamera wagon
The 5-seat Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo wagon will go on sale in the U.S. at the end of 2017. But dealers still want a five-seat Panamera sedan.
Mini's 5th 'superhero' to be an EV
Mini's promised fifth volume nameplate will be an EV. It's coming in 2019 and could help the brand's sales levels rebound.
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Ford must do better with Lincoln luxury
Lincoln probably wouldn't survive as a stand-alone company, and if Ford isn't careful, it risks leaving Lincoln to the same fate as Mercury, Oldsmobile and Plymouth, a reader writes.
Mercedes E-class convertible offers awd for the first time
When it goes on sale late this year, the redesigned Mercedes-Benz E-class convertible will have available all-wheel-drive for the first time in the U.S. E-class convertible sales could rival those of the coupe.
Sleeker 10th-gen Honda Accord
Spy photos of Honda's 10th-generation Accord midsize sedan reveal a more sloping roofline than the outgoing version. Also, a grille and headlight design similar to those of the Civic and the Clarity.
Jeep finds green groove with 7-seat, plug-in hybrid SUV concept
Jeep is flexing its green and connectivity chops at the Shanghai auto show with a luxury seven-seat plug-in hybrid SUV that could herald a new flagship for China, a key market for the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brand.
2018 Lexus NX gets design, performance tweaks to keep pace with rivals
Lexus' face-lifted NX compact crossover sports a more aerodynamic look and boasts handling tweaks aimed at delivering sharper performance and a smoother ride.
VW touts 'huge progress' in plan to roll out 4 affordable EVs
Volkswagen has made “huge progress” in reducing production costs of its all-electric vehicles, Christian Senger, head of the VW marque's electric-car project, told reporters in Shanghai.
Mercedes re-engineers S class, adds new engines for 2018
The Mercedes-Benz S-class sedan will get a six-cylinder engine with the introduction of the new S450 in the U.S. this fall. It's part of a new range of engines for the S class, which is being re-engineered and freshened for 2018.
Honda Accord gets fastback makeover
Honda's next-generation Accord sedan and its fastback profile are coming into focus thanks to new spy shots taken in Colorado.
Soft-roaders, mashups and beacons: Toyota's FT-4X and what people are saying
Toyota's FT-4X checks the boxes of features aimed at millennials and their outdoor-focused adventures. Here's what people are saying about the subcompact crossover concept:
Genesis GV80 Concept: What people are saying
Genesis' GV80 Concept teases the first of two crossovers the luxury brand has promised by 2020. Once it reaches production, with a market launch sometime in 2018, the vehicle is expected to be a midsize crossover aimed at the Mercedes-Benz GLE series and the BMW X5. Here's what journalists and others are saying about the Genesis GV80 concept:
Will autonomous driving kill the sports car?
Virtually every brand in the auto industry is bragging about its autonomous driving capabilities But when it comes to "the future of transportation," Mazda and Porsche got the memo -- they just decided to go another way.
Lynk & CO promises lifetime warranties, free connectivity as sedan concept debuts
Lynk & CO lifted the wraps on a new sedan concept ahead of the Shanghai auto show, saying the upstart brand will offer lifetime warranties and free connectivity as a standard feature.
Ford extends Shelby Mustangs another model year
Ford is keeping the Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustangs in its product lineup for the 2018 model year.
What does Lucid Air have over Tesla Model S?
The Lucid Air drew scant attention at the New York auto show. But Lucid's chief technology officer says the four-door electric vehicle is markedly superior to the cars of his previous company: Tesla.
SUVs, crossovers and green wheels share Big Apple spotlight
Another wave of new and redesigned SUVs and crossovers are sharing the spotlight at the New York auto show, boosted by low U.S. gasoline prices and increasing consumer demand, but automakers are also moving ahead with new electric, plug-in hybrid and other green vehicles.
Koenigsegg strikes monster throttle with 1,360-hp Agera RS1
Sweden's Koenigsegg plans a limited run, including U.S. sales, of the 1,360-hp, V-8 supercar christened "RS1" by the father-son duo who commissioned it.
Mercedes-Benz undecided on future diesel sales in U.S.
Mercedes-Benz USA, which hasn't received approval from the EPA to sell 2017 model diesel vehicles, has not decided whether to resume selling diesel light-vehicles in the United States.
Genesis readies first crossover with fuel cell concept
Hyundai's Genesis luxury brand is affirming its belief in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as a pillar of its zero-emissions strategy with an early concept of the brand's first crossover.