Mitsubishi pivots to crossovers and plug-insMon, 22, Aug 2016
Mitsubishi is hoping to ride recent momentum — and consumers' unending appetite for trucks — to new growth in the near future.
Cadillac readies concept for Pebble Beach showingTue, 16, Aug 2016
Cadillac plans to introduce a concept vehicle at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Cadillac isn't saying if the concept is an SUV, crossover or new sporty car.
Honda pulls wraps off 5-door Civic hatchbackMon, 15, Aug 2016
Honda's first five-door Civic hatchback for the U.S. market will go on sale this fall as a 2017 model. The new Civic joins sedan and coupe models and will precede the Type-R -- which Honda has confirmed will also be a hatchback when it goes on sale in 2017.
Hyundai's next-step driving dynamicSat, 13, Aug 2016
Hyundai is pursuing a new engine persona in the United States. Hyundai calls it “controlled aggression” and says it represents the next phase in refining the brand’s driving experience.
Mercedes-Benz gives luxury coupe a spin ahead of California showThu, 11, Aug 2016
Mercedes-Benz released a sneak preview of a new ultra-luxury Maybach coupe in a sign that Daimler is continuing its push upmarket to turn up the heat on BMW, which owns the Rolls-Royce brand.
Audi A7's fastback styling evolvesTue, 09, Aug 2016
The Audi A7's fastback silhouette will remain intact when the second-generation sedan is retooled, though much of the detail work on the A6-based sedan will see evolutionary changes. It is expected to arrive stateside in 2019. Spy photos of a camouflaged next-generation A7 caught testing show how Audi design chief Marc Lichte is applying the styling ideas first seen on the Prologue series of concept cars.
Mitsubishi's latest crossover uncoveredTue, 09, Aug 2016
Mitsubishi’s newest crossover has been spotted undergoing tests in the California desert, signaling that the troubled automaker is moving ahead with plans to retool its crossover lineup in the U.S.
GM's midengine Corvette coming in 2019, report saysThu, 04, Aug 2016
General Motors is moving forward with long-rumored plans for a midengine Chevrolet Corvette, marking the biggest engineering change in the venerable sports car since its debut in the 1950s, according to a report.