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In April, Automotive News raised concerns about the 840-hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Fiat Chrysler and its lawyers have similar concerns.
Honda and its U.S. customers have been craving a high-profile, enthusiast-oriented car like the Civic Type R for years.
Honda is following the playbook of brands such as Porsche and Chevy that use countless iterations and special editions of a single model to juice sales.
Vehicles with turbocharged engines accounted for about 23 percent of GM's U.S. sales last year, up from about 12 percent in 2010.
Just months after it dropped the 5 series Gran Turismo, BMW is introducing the larger 2018 6 series GT model this fall. The move will give the 6 series lineup a third body style once again.
Hyundai will be a latecomer to the growing subcompact crossover market yet is counting on the Kona to help lift overall U.S. sales that have slumped this year.
When the latest flavors of Honda's prolific Civic nameplate — the Si coupe and sedan — went on sale, two numbers stood out: 205 and 24,775.
If a central challenge of autonomous vehicles is easing the tedium of driving, it's the same challenge facing the developers of the modern minivan.
Spy photographers in England captured what appears to be a high-performance version of the compact XE sedan undergoing testing. But it's unclear which engine could be powering the car.
Much like the standard sedan on the road and race car on the big oval, pace cars, too, have evolved over the years. Here's a look at some of the more notable Indy 500 pace cars over the years.
Jaguar Land Rover's engineers using big data at the dawn of the self-driving era are getting their feet wet on a racetrack in the ocean.
Takao Katagiri, head of Nissan Motor's global motorsports program as well as its Nismo performance division, learned early the value of having a backup car.
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