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FCA Warns Its Own Customers About Shady Hellcat Dealers  Mar 4th, 2015 
Damn near everybody loves the 707-hp Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and its four-door Charger sibling. And who wouldn’t? They pack supercar-beating horsepower into vehicles you can buy at the same neighborhood dealerships that blow Darts and Journeys out the door. Shockingly, it seems some dealers are all too willing to accept deposits on the very-limited Hellcats, […] 
 
 
Italdesign Giugiaro Rolls Out the (Virtual) Red Carpet with Handsome, Autonomous GEA Concept  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Mansory Sahara Edition: A Camo’d G-wagen with F#@%ing Falcons on the Headrests  Mar 4th, 2015 
Do we even need to explain what eccentric high-dollar tuner Mansory is all about anymore? The outfit does pretty much whatever it wants to, often ignoring the aesthetic intentions of its subjects’ original designs and, well, taste. But that’s okay, because occasionally this zero-f–ks attitude births genius stuff like a hyperluxury golf cart or this camouflaged Mercedes-Benz […] 
 
 
Mansory Sahara Edition: A Camo’d G-wagen with F#@%ing Falcons on the Headrests  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Bentley: Producing the Gorgeous Speed 6 Concept Would Be Easy  Mar 4th, 2015 
The official line on the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 is that it’s nothing more than a toe-in-the-water concept, a corporate tease to see if enough people scream “yes” to the idea of a smaller Bentley sports car, and wave their wallets with equal enthusiasm, to make it worth doing. We suspect it’s considerably more than […] 
 
 
Mansory Torofeo: A 1000-hp Lambo That’s Nearly, Uh, Tasteful?  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
The New Ford GT Will Be Really, Really Expensive—and There Won’t Be Very Many of Them  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Italdesign Giugiaro Rolls Out the (Virtual) Red Carpet with Handsome, Autonomous GEA Concept  Mar 4th, 2015 
The Geneva auto show is known for its outside-the-box thinkers, and this year, we’re seeing a lot of designers rethinking cars in some very fundamental ways, some more visionary than others. Case in point, the autonomous Italdesign Giugiaro GEA sedan, which was penned by none other than former Audi design chief Wolfgang Egger. At 211 […] 
 
 
Boyds Wheels Acquires the Boyd Coddington Brands  Mar 4th, 2015 
Boyds Wheels announced today that it has acquired the Boyd Coddington brands for specialty wheels. 
 
 
2016 Audi R8 e-tron: The Electrified R8 Finally Arrives – Official Photos and Info  Mar 3rd, 2015 
  
 
 
Frank Costanza and the Browncoats: Rolls-Royce Introduces Incredible Phantom Serenity  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Not content with the Jack White fab of the Al-Adiyat series of cars announced mere days ago, Rolls-Royce has pulled the wraps from a one-off fancy-plus-fancy sled whose name will have the tickers of Seinfeld and Firefly fans alike all aflutter: Serenity. While the new Bugatti Veyron La Finale uses a leather called “Silk” to […] 
 
 
Frank Costanza and the Browncoats: Rolls-Royce Introduces Incredible Phantom Serenity  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Sales of Huge-Dollar Luxury Cars Are Through the Roof—and Still Growing  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Speaking in Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession, a 2004 documentary on early cable television, screenwriter and director Alexander Payne said, “You don’t know you’re living in a golden age when you’re in it.” That may be true for cable—a business well past its prime—but those of us who keep tabs on the automotive industry recognize how stupendous it […] 
 
 
Hyundai Recalls 205,000 Elantras for Steering Issue, Kia 12,000 Sorentos for Throttle Problem  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Hyundai and Kia are recalling a total of 217,129 cars in the U.S. for respective problems with the power steering and accelerator-pedal sensors, according to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. On 2008–2010 Elantra and Elantra Touring models, electronic interference can cause the steering-wheel torque sensor to disable the electric power assist. […] 
 
 
Toyota Is Killing the Venza, We Posit Some Useless Ploys to Save It  Mar 3rd, 2015 
And the Venza is dead. After June, no more Camry-based chunky wago-thingies will emerge from Toyota’s Georgetown, Kentucky, plant. At least for our market. Export models will continue to be churned out until September 2017, reports Automotive News. Like the issue of Car and Driver in your mailbox and the website you’re looking at right […] 
 
 
Fast and Lusso: Touring Superleggera’s F12-Based Berlinetta Lusso Is Gorgeous  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Ten years ago, Ferrari 250 Lussos were somewhat reasonably priced, perhaps even undervalued cars. Then Steve McQueen’s brown one sold for a jillion smackers. That, coupled with an overall rising tide in the sports-car collector market, especially where Ferraris and Porsches were concerned, made the Lusso a thing to have with a capital Thing. So it’s […] 
 
 
Fast and Lusso: Touring Superleggera’s F12-Based Berlinetta Lusso Is Gorgeous  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz “Concept V-ision e” Is a Cool PHEV Van With an Iffy Name  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Audi R8 e-tron: The Electrified R8 Finally Arrives  Mar 3rd, 2015 
The Audi R8 e-tron project goes back at least six years. First it was on, then it was off, but now it’s back on again: The company has officially debuted the fully electrified version of the equally new second-generation R8, internally referred to as the R8 e-tron 2.0. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz “Concept V-ision e” Is a Cool PHEV Van With an Iffy Name  Mar 3rd, 2015 
While knowing that all eyes at the Mercedes stand would invariably be glued to the ready-to-rumble AMG GT3, Mercedes decided to bring some other stuff to Geneva, anyway. Including the Concept V-ision e. Based on the company’s Vito/V-class light van, the V-ision e’s name is painful, but we otherwise find it pretty neat. Featuring a plug-in […] 
 
 
Audi Debuts LMS Racing Version of All-New R8, We Drool  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Tally Bally Ho! Morgan’s New Aero 8 Goes Back to Basics  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Things change slowly at Morgan, and often not at all. Britain’s longest-established sports-car maker is now 106 years old, and many of its more successful models have barely changed for decades. But the new Aero 8, freshly unveiled at Geneva, draws its inspiration from the company’s more recent past: the Aero 8 that was launched […] 
 
 
J.D. Power: In-Car Tech Impacting Dependability, Brand Loyalty  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Bluetooth connectivity and voice recognition issues are the most frequently reported problems after three years of ownership, according to J.D. Power's 2015 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study. 
 
 
New-Car Transaction Prices Climb in February, KBB Reports  Mar 3rd, 2015 
New-car prices increased 3.6% over last February, with Hyundai-Kia showing the largest percentage gain of all major OEMs. 
 
 
Experian’s AutoCheck Integrates with AutoAlert  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Experian Automotive’s AutoCheck vehicle history reports are now integrated with AutoAlert’s Deal Sheet function, cutting down the time needed to prepare customer presentations. 
 
 
Mass. Dealer Sued for Selling Defective Cars  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a complaint against a used-car dealer who allegedly had customers fill out blank contracts and then charged them at least twice the agreed-upon price for defective cars. 
 
 
Wild SCG003 Supercar Racer Debuts—Plus There’s a Hot Street Version  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Jim Glickenhaus is through building new supercars just for himself. His new company, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, is having its big coming out party at the Geneva show. On display are two cars, one for the race and one for the street. The former will be officially on sale, and advance orders for the latter will be taken. […] 
 
 
Wild SCG003 Supercar Racer Debuts—Plus There’s a Hot Street Version  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Nissan Sway Concept Debuts, Brings Beauty to Euro Subcompact Segment  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Nissan’s design team has really been turning up the wick lately, and now we get to see how a Euro-centric hatchback would look wearing the brand’s latest design language. In a word: awesome. It’s not always easy to make a little five-door look good, but Nissan appears to have made a subcompact that looks really good, […] 
 
 
Nissan Sway Concept Debuts, Brings Beauty to Euro Subcompact Segment  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Must Watch: Honda Civic Type R Lays Down Record-Smashing Nürburgring Lap  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Ready to have your preconceptions about front-wheel drive blown right out of your skull? Honda just released video (embedded in this post) of a 2015 Civic Type R prototype lapping the Nürburgring in 7:50.63. That’s just 10 seconds off the pace of the Porsche Cayman GT4 and only 30 seconds behind the brand-new Porsche 911 […] 
 
 
Aston Martin DBX Concept: A Gorgeous, Lifted, AWD Electric Sports Car – Auto Shows  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Koenigsegg Regera Revealed: 1500 Horsepower, Single-Speed Transmission  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Koenigsegg has built fewer cars during its entire existence than Ferrari produces in a single week, and yet the Swedish hypercar manufacturer has become disproportionally adept at winning headlines. Take for example the Regera, the company’s all-new model and a car that makes the 1341-hp One:1 that we drove not long ago look slightly underpowered. […] 
 
 
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS: Naturally Aspirated, Nurburgring Honed – Official Photos and Info  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Koenigsegg Regera: 1500 Horsepower, Single-Speed Gearbox – Official Photos and Info  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Lexus LF-SA Concept Photos and Info: A Little Ball of Love-It-or-Hate-It  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Europe is a many splendored place, full of history and castles and fashionable people that drive stylish hatchbacks. Yet for all the hot hatches dotting the European landscape, there are just as many odd-looking microscopic three-doors. Enter the Lexus LF-SA, a small concept car with a name like a Star Wars droid and styling to […] 
 
 
Lexus LF-SA Concept: A Little Ball of Love-It-or-Hate-It – Auto Shows  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Debuts: Holy Mother of God  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Porsche has the art of exciting 911 devotees down to a science, and the buildup to the reveal of the 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS was no different. For most neunelf followers, the twitching began with the simple knowledge that the car was on its way, the eagerness growing to sweaty-palmed anticipation with every unsubstantiated […] 
 
 
Nissan Forms New Partnership with 'The Voice'  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Nissan announces that it will be an exclusive sponsor for three seasons. 
 
 
Family Affair: Agnellis, Piero Ferrari to Keep Majority Rights Even After Ferrari IPO  Mar 2nd, 2015 
Turns out you can have your Ferrari IPO and eat it, too. Essentially, when Fiat-Chrysler spins off its most profitable division, Ferrari’s ruling Agnelli family can technically maintain majority control over the Maranello business even after every share sells on the public market. According to Bloomberg, the Agnellis—the founders of the Fiat empire—are setting up […] 
 
 
I’m Perd Hapley, and the Story with the Updated 2016 RLX Is that It’s a 2016 RLX That’s Been Updated  Mar 2nd, 2015 
The 2016 Acura RLX goes on sale March 3, superseding the now hopelessly outdated 2015 model. The price remains the same, but new features abound! Read on for the dirt, intrepid scholar! Rumored for this year’s model was some shockingly-new and high-tech tech. Terms bandied about? Meatplow Acceleration Demonstrator (MAD), Fungible Conviction Alert (FCA), Decelerative […] 
 
 
2016 Honda Civic Type R Debuts: It’s Your Everyday 168-mph Civic – Official Photos and Info  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Aston Martin Lagonda Availability Expanded, Car Scores New Last Name  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce: 740 hp, 2.8 to 62 mph, Megabucks Price – Official Photos and Info  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
The Last in Line: Bugatti Veyron “La Finale” Unveiled, Marks End of Production  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Underground Garage: Land Rover Confirms Production of Convertible Evoque  Mar 2nd, 2015 
Land Rover has confirmed that it isn’t afraid of following in the tire tracks of the salesproof but gutsy Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet by announcing that the Range Rover Evoque convertible (which we recently spied) will go on sale sometime in 2016. Camouflage remains the exterior aesthetic for the droptop Evoque that Land Rover shared today. One-upping our earlier spy […] 
 
 
Watch: Jay Leno—Yes, Him Again—Drives the Amazing, 980-hp Chevelle Recoil  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
VW Sport Coupe Concept GTE Debuts: Your First Look at the Next CC  Mar 2nd, 2015 
VW’s Sport Coupe Concept GTE, which debuts at the Geneva auto show, is an ambitiously futuristic four-seat concept with styling that hints strongly at the next CC sedan. In the automaker’s words, this is “a coupe with four doors and a hatchback,” which makes sense only if you’re accepting of this decade’s insistence on dismantling […] 
 
 
Audi Releases More Information on Q7 e-tron Plug-In Diesel Hybrid  Mar 2nd, 2015 
Audi’s redesigned 2016 Q7 SUV made its debut in January at the Detroit auto show, but the lineup is far from complete. At the Geneva auto show, Audi has fully detailed the e-tron derivative that combines a diesel engine with a plug-in powertrain, and the Q7 e-tron 3.0 TDI Quattro claims to be one of the […] 
 
 
Audi Releases More Information on Q7 e-tron Plug-In Diesel Hybrid  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
I’m Perd Hapley, and the Story with the Updated 2016 RLX Is that It’s a 2016 RLX That’s Been Updated  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Honda Civic Type R Debuts with 306 hp, 168-mph Top Speed  Mar 2nd, 2015 
After a yearlong tease that kicked off with a concept at the 2014 Geneva show, Honda has finally rolled out the production version of its hottest of hatches, the Civic Type R, at this year’s Swiss affair. Unfortunately for enthusiasts in the U.S., the tease continues, as this Civic Type R, like previous versions, is […] 
 
 
2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV Debuts: 740 hp, 2.8 to 62 mph, Megabucks Price  Mar 2nd, 2015 
As was widely expected—especially after spy photographers crashed a prelaunch photo shoot in January—Lamborghini has introduced the new Aventador SV at the 2015 Geneva auto show. And like its “Superveloce” (“superfast” in Italian) predecessors dating back to the Miura, this Aventador model is more powerful, lighter, and, yes, even more extreme-looking than the car on […] 
 
 
Dodge Recalls All of the Hellcats for Potential Fuel Leaks  Mar 2nd, 2015 
You know the 707-hp Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger SRT Hellcats are hot. Fiat-Chrysler knows it, too, and with today’s recall of 2211 Hellcats, the company is hoping to avoid having things get any hotter due to potential fuel leaks. Automotive News reports that a dealership found a fuel leak during delivery inspection, which prompted Dodge to recall […] 
 
 
Aston Martin Lagonda Availability Expanded, Car Scores New Last Name  Mar 2nd, 2015 
Aston Martin’s Middle East special, the Lagonda sedan, soon will become available in Europe now that CEO Andy Palmer has pledged to increase production of the retro-inspired supersedan. Also, “Taraf” is its new last name—although that’s Mr. Taraf to all you 99 percenters. Back in November, Top Gear reported that Palmer badly wanted to bring the ultra-exclusive four-door to clients […] 
 
 
The Last in Line: Bugatti Veyron “La Finale” Unveiled, Marks End of Production  Mar 2nd, 2015 
At this point, it almost seems as if the Bugatti Veyron has existed forever, a de facto exemplar of mind-warping engineering that just simply is and always has been, rather than an engineering moonshot taken at the behest of one Ferdinand Piëch, a man who’s no stranger to moon-age daydreams made metal. After the Veyron, he […] 
 
 
6×6 Is the New 4×4: This 6×6 Defender–Based Concept Is Seriously Bad-Ass  Mar 2nd, 2015 
Concerned that the worldwide demand for outrageous fuel-swilling, six-wheeled, paramilitary off-road 6×6 SUVs couldn’t possibly be satiated alone by the now-ended production of the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 and exclusive variants like the Brabus B63S-700 6×6, British firm Kahn Design has entered the ring with a stretched, LS3-powered 6×6 version of the Land Rover Defender it has […] 
 
 
Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept: Too Gorgeous to Not Be Built – Official Photos and Info  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Watch: Jay Leno—Yes, Him Again—Drives the Amazing, 980-hp Chevelle Recoil  Mar 2nd, 2015 
By now, you’ve heard of the Ringbrothers-built Recoil. Loosely based on a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, the show car takes every notion you ever had about the big Chevy coupe and turns it on its ear. It makes damn near 1000 supercharged horsepower. It has carbon fiber everywhere. The interior is less heavy Chevy and more […] 
 
 
Wee Whomper: Mini’s Clubman Vision Gran Turismo Is Awesome  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept Debuts: Too Gorgeous to Not Be Built  Mar 2nd, 2015 
At every auto show, there’s always at least one manufacturer that tries to spring a surprise with a not-even-hinted-at new model. And although there’s still plenty of time for Geneva to produce some more astonishment—as of this writing, the first press day hasn’t even started—first blood goes to Bentley with the EXP 10 Speed 6. […] 
 
 
Wee Whomper: Mini’s Clubman Vision Gran Turismo Is Awesome  Mar 2nd, 2015 
The latest member of the growing stable of Vision Gran Turismo cars available exclusively for the Playstation game Gran Turismo 6 comes from Mini. And while the Clubman Vision Gran Turismo technically is a flight of fancy designed to be raced virtually by the masses, there’s a lot here that should pique your interest. Let’s get the […] 
 
 
Infiniti QX30 Concept: Small, Sleek, and Coming Soon – Auto Shows  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
MTM’s Audi S8 “Talladega” Packs Southern Charm—to the Tune of 750 hp  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Round II: Mitsubishi XR-PHEV II Concept Previews Next Outlander Sport  Mar 2nd, 2015 
At the 2013 Tokyo auto show, Mitsubishi unveiled the XR-PHEV concept. For this year’s Geneva auto show, they’re pulling a sheet from the XR-PHEV II, project code name: Electric Boogaloo. Mitsubishi is mum on the II’s gasoline engine, but the first XR-PHEV made use of a 1.1-liter turbo mill. The gas engine here is paired […] 
 
 
Round II: Mitsubishi XR-PHEV II Concept Previews Next Outlander Sport  Mar 2nd, 2015 
 
 
 
The Supercars, the Parties, and More: Follow Our Geneva Motor Show Livestream Here!  Mar 2nd, 2015 
The Geneva Motor Show is generally regarded as the world’s ritziest, taking place as it does in one of the world’s richest cities. We’re there now—live!—covering the 2015 edition of the show, and you can follow the stream below to read news as we learn it and see the hottest debuts as the sheets come off. […] 
 
 
Infiniti QX30 Concept: The Small, Sleek Crossover Infiniti Needs  Mar 2nd, 2015 
We needed to do a double take when Infiniti pulled the sheets off of the QX30 concept at the 2015 Geneva auto show. At first blush, the only readily discernable difference between the QX30 and the Q30 concept that debuted at the 2013 Frankfurt auto show is the extra letter in the former’s name denoting […] 
 
 
MTM’s Audi S8 “Talladega” Packs Southern Charm—to the Tune of 750 hp  Mar 2nd, 2015 
The Audi S8 is already a formidable beast, what with its 520 twin-turbocharged horses thundering forth from its 4.0-liter V-8. But the mad scientists at German tuning shop MTM are never satisfied. Hence the roadgoing rocket you see here: a beefed-up and boosted S8 that punishes the pavement with a full 750 horsepower and nearly 700 lb-ft of […] 
 
 
7 Chevrolet Vehicles Were Among the '2014 Most Popular' on Edmunds.com, Notes Ferman Chevrolet of Tampa  Mar 2nd, 2015 
The automaker received a total of nine awards from the car-shopping website Edmunds.com. 
 
 
Geneva Rocks: Jeep Debuts Diesel-Powered Wrangler Rocks Star  Feb 28th, 2015 
Wrangler owners all know that they’ll one day wake up with the sudden urge to bolt on a couple thousand dollars’ worth of aftermarket parts. And in those precious disorienting seconds, Chrysler wants to them to default to mouthing the word, “Mopar”—hence the mission of this yellow Jeep landing in Geneva. Beyond its awkward Rocks Star […] 
 
 
Geneva Rocks: Jeep Debuts Diesel-Powered Wrangler Rocks Star  Feb 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Nighthawk – First Drive Review  Feb 27th, 2015 
The last time we reviewed a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, it was 2009, and none other than P.J. O’Rourke wrote an enlightened piece full of magnificently qualified praise for the glittery land yacht, with cheeky nods to the people who buy them. We certainly won’t attempt to match O’Rourke’s sage perspective, social insights, and penchant […] 
 
 
Startech Somehow Gets Carbon Fiber to Stick to the Jaguar F-Type Like Magnets  Feb 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
The Story of RS: A Visual History of Every Ford RS Model  Feb 27th, 2015 
The 2017 Ford Focus RS is only the latest chapter in the 40-plus-year saga of the RS badge. Here, we present a chronological recap of every RS model to date.  
 
 
Chrysler Recalls 338,000 Dodge Durangos for Stalling  Feb 27th, 2015 
Chrysler is recalling 338,216 Dodge Durango SUVs to expand upon an earlier recall of fuel-pump failures, the company said today. In total, 467,480 vehicles worldwide—the 2012–2013 Durango and exported diesel versions of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee—are included in this latest recall, which adds to the 230,760 SUVs recalled in September for the same problem. […] 
 
 
Two Cute: Tiny Jeep Renegade Concept Gets Even Tinier Matching Trailer  Feb 27th, 2015 
Aww, look! Jeep gave its tiny-tot Renegade a little trailer and sent it to Geneva to melt Europeans’ hearts! Okay, so Jeep did a little bit more than simply add a look-alike trailer to its newest small crossover and send it up to Switzerland for one of Europe’s biggest auto shows. It also painted the […] 
 
 
Two Cute: Tiny Jeep Renegade Concept Gets Even Tinier Matching Trailer  Feb 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Nighthawk – First Drive Review  Feb 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Startech Somehow Gets Carbon Fiber to Stick to the Jaguar F-type Like Magnets  Feb 27th, 2015 
The Jaguar F-type is already impeccably handsome—all crouched down in a prowl of potential energy ready to pounce at a moment’s notice. But what if you want more? More attitude, more downforce, more blessed carbon fiber? European tuning house Startech has you, and your F-type, covered—in scads of carbon fiber. The oddly named Startech Refinement […] 
 
 
Speak Up for Safety (and Money)! Senate Committee Recommends Payouts to Auto-Industry Whistleblowers  Feb 27th, 2015 
In the wake of the Takata airbag debacle and the GM ignition-switch mess, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee has drafted a measure to incentivize auto-industry whistleblowers. The Senators posit that employees who speak up about safety defects should receive up to 30 percent of any federal fines eventually imposed. Whistleblowers would be rewarded […] 
 
 
Orange Is the New Fast: MTM Builds a 750-hp Audi RS6 Avant  Feb 27th, 2015 
There are three things German tuner MTM likes more than anything else in this world: horsepower, Audis, and the color orange. The outfit tends to mix all three together to form wild, Audi-based rides, and its latest creation, the RS-6 Clubsport, takes MTM’s triple threat to new heights. Debuting at the 2015 Geneva auto show, […] 
 
 
Civic Me Timbers: Mega-Hot Honda Civic Type R Spied Uncovered Just Ahead of Official Reveal  Feb 27th, 2015 
Thanks to a camera-wielding reader over at Worldcarfans, we’ve been given our first unencumbered look at Honda’s all-new Civic Type R just days before the car debuts at the 2015 Geneva auto show. Pictured here receiving what appears to be a pre-auto-show primping at a detail shop, the Type R looks more or less how we expected: […] 
 
 
How We’d Spec It: The Stripper 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with Extra Awesome  Feb 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
A (Nissan) Rogue With a French Accent: the Renault Kadjar  Feb 27th, 2015 
The model portfolios of Renault and Nissan keep converging, thanks to their extensive technology and platform sharing. The latest evidence is in the compact-SUV segment, which is growing not just in North America but in Europe, as well, where Renault is welcoming yet another entry: the Kadjar, a close relative of the ever-popular Nissan Rogue. […] 
 
 
Coupe Beverly Hills: Our Man Ezra Dyer Drives the Stunning Audi Prologue Concept  Feb 27th, 2015 
In the realm of concept cars, we have two general categories. First, there are the total flights of fancy, the machines that have an odd number of wheels or nuclear power or the steering wheel that is also a fish tank. Sometimes journalists dare the car companies to actually build these things, and that’s how […] 
 
 
The BMW i3’s Designer Gets Philosophical About Its Interior  Feb 27th, 2015 
From the March 2015 issue of Car and Driver Designed from the inside out, BMW’s i3 is all sustainable natural fibers, hand-rubbed eucalyptus wood, and avant-garde design. The electric hatch bears ­little resemblance to any other BMW—or any other car, for that matter. Benoit Jacob, head of design for BMW i products, breaks it down […] 
 
 
Orange Is the New Fast: MTM Builds a 750-hp Audi RS6 Avant  Feb 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
A (Nissan) Rogue With a French Accent: the Renault Kadjar  Feb 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
How We’d Spec It: The Stripper 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with Extra Awesome  Feb 27th, 2015 
There’s something alluring about a base-model pickup—maybe it’s all the old Chevy C-10s, Ford F-100s, and assorted Dodge trucks we troll the internet for, or maybe it’s that modern trucks are pricier and more tech-laden than German luxury sedans. A 2015 Ford F-150 we ran through our How We’d Spec It online configurator test was a moderately equipped […] 
 
 
Magna Steyr’s MILA Plus Sports Car Concept Is a Hybridized Showcase  Feb 26th, 2015 
Magna Steyr has screwed together some of our favorite vehicles—shout out to the Mercedes G-wagen—and in the leadup to the Geneva Motor Show, the contract manufacturer has unveiled its latest concept car intended to highlight its services. The yellow Lotus Evora–ish two-door you see here is the MILA Plus, the eighth such example of the Magna Innovative Lightweight […] 
 
 
All-New Volkswagen Touran: Just Right for Europe, Too Sensible for America  Feb 26th, 2015 
In America, we like our people-movers in the shape of SUVs, because of all the off-roading we never do. In Europe, where heinously expensive gasoline precludes such silliness, family vehicles are chosen based on more practical considerations. Thus, VW’s Touran, a small, minivan-ish, tall-wagon thing is a pretty big deal over there, and newly redesigned […] 
 
 
All-New Volkswagen Touran: Just Right for Europe, Too Sensible for America  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
How We’d Spec It: The Most ’Murican Sub-$50K Chevrolet Silverado 1500  Feb 26th, 2015 
We’re all about fairness here at Car and Driver, which is why we started to feel bad that Chevy fans had to sit idly by while we applied our fantasy online-car-configurating How We’d Spec It process to not one but two different 2015 Ford F-150s. So here we are, folks, kickin’ it fair and balanced […] 
 
 
How We’d Spec It: The Most ‘Murican Sub-$50K Chevrolet Silverado 1500  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
This Clay Model Previews One of Two New Models Slated To Relaunch Jensen, the British Boutique Brand  Feb 26th, 2015 
From 1967 until 1976, if you were too quirky to buy a BMW 3.0CS and too tweedy for a Chevy Camaro, you might have purchased a new Jensen Interceptor. Powered by an American big-block V-8 and built in England, the suavely handsome Interceptor (pictured at the bottom of this post) cost a lot more than […] 
 
 
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor In-Depth: Twin Turbos, 10-Speed Gearbox  Feb 26th, 2015 
Ford’s first F-150 Raptor hit like a meteorite when it made its debut for 2010—sudden, spectacular, and surprising. It was the first true high-perform­ance off-road pickup with a factory warranty, a proud totem of badassery. Developed by Ford’s Special Vehicle Team, it somehow survived both the Baja 1000 desert race and the worst economic faceplant […] 
 
 
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor In-Depth: Twin Turbos, 10-Speed Gearbox – Feature  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
The Opel Corsa OPC Is GM’s Fiesta ST  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
Five for Five: Five GM Designers Weigh In on Five Generations of Camaro Design  Feb 26th, 2015 
Through five generations, each Chevrolet Camaro design has tended to reflect the cultural climate in which it was created. Here, five of GM's top designers hit the generational highlights, and we dig through our archives to bring you some of the tastiest Camaro photos ever to grace the physical and digital pages of Car and Driver.  
 
 
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