Mission E Cross Turismo likely to be 2nd Porsche EV
Porsche is bullish about the future of the full-electric Mission E Cross Turismo study that debuted at the Geneva auto show.
Return of the BMW 8
BMW is reviving the 8-series name for a range-topping line as it focuses on profit-boosting, high-margin luxury cars.
Hyundai concept takes new design direction
Hyundai is looking partly to its past in embracing a new design direction previewed by the Le Fil Rouge concept.
Lexus UX has the heart of a hatch
Lexus designed its first subcompact crossover to look like an SUV but tuned it to drive like a hatchback.
Toyota wants Supra to race into hearts
As trends toward autonomous driving, electrification and vehicle-sharing threaten to turn cars into more utilitarian people movers, Toyota wants to use more exciting products such as the Supra for competitive edge.
Ford's iconic Mustang wins more global fans as U.S. sales drop
It took 50 years and more than 9 million Mustangs before Ford decided its beloved icon was mature enough for a grand tour of Europe and the rest of the world. The strategy's success suggests the company should have shipped them sooner.
Jaguar I-Pace has everybody buzzing
Though it was no surprise, the production version of Jaguar's I-Pace still came off as consensus choice for most significant debut in Geneva.
Hyundai concept starts new design era for brand
Hyundai says the Le Fil Rouge concept starts a new era for the brand's design while keeping a strong link to its past.
Aston Martin revives Lagonda as ultraluxury electric brand
Aston Martin will launch Lagonda as an electric-only brand with the aim of breaking the duopoly held by Bentley and Rolls-Royce in the ultraluxury sedan market.
Toyota revs engine development
Toyota is rolling out its latest wave of greener, meaner powertrain technologies as part of a sweeping overhaul to replace 80 percent of its lineup by 2023.
Hyundai, Kia bringing back large crossovers
Hyundai and Kia are jumping back into the large crossover segment with two models recently spotted by spy photographers.
BMW plans cheaper X3 with rwd
BMW will introduce a rear-wheel-drive, lower-priced version of its redesigned X3 compact crossover this year.
Carmakers start taming their wild designs
Mercedes says it avoided overly expressive exterior design cues with the fourth-generation A class. This philosophy will be extended to the rest of the brand's range.
Nissan's e-Power van may hint at U.S. hybrid plan
Nissan has deployed its e-Power range-extender hybrid system in a bigger vehicle in Japan, indicating the more robust version that will be needed for its U.S. launch.
Showcasing Hyundai's (brief) life story
The Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang outside Seoul is built in the same spirit of motor malls from other global giants such as Volkswagen or Toyota. But one thing you won't find is much about Hyundai's heritage. Part of the issue may be that Hyundai has little heritage to brag about.
GMC hints at face of 2019 Sierra
The face of the redesigned 2019 GMC Sierra will feature evolutionary signature U-shaped LED headlights and more prominent taillights, according to teaser images the brand released on social media.
Dyson: Billion here, billion there
James Dyson, who established the company that bears his name and vacuumed up quite a fortune, aims to bring three electric vehicles to market and may build them in China, according to the Financial Times.