9 hours a goVolkswagen under investigation for tax evasion
The bad news continues for Volkswagen as German prosecutors are investigating the company for tax evasion.
10 hours a go2016 Mercedes-Benz engine range detailed, inline-six diesel still unconfirmed
German media has managed to obtain new details regarding the engine lineup of the next generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
12 hours a goBugatti Chiron Targa reportedly coming in 2018
Bugatti is putting the finishing touches on the highly-anticipated Chiron and a new report is indicating the company will introduce a targa variant in 2018.
13 hours a goNext-gen BMW 1-Series and 2-Series will reportedly have front-wheel drive
A new report issued by Auto Bild states both the BMW 1-Series and 2-Series will make the switch to a front-wheel drive layout for the next generation.
17 hours a goBMW 2-Series Gran Coupe coming in 2019 with RWD?
A new report coming from Germany indicates BMW has plans to introduce a 2-Series Gran Coupe sometime in 2019.
29 hours a goVolkswagen submits proposal for a Dieselgate fix
Volkswagen's long-awaited fix for the Dieselgate scandal has been submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board.
31 hours a goHyundai's Genesis brand to offer a BMW 3-Series competitor
Hyundai's Genesis brand to offer a BMW 3-Series competitor
37 hours a goLincoln downplays coupes and sports cars, will focus on core lineup first
Rumors about a Mustang-based Lincoln have been swirling for years but the company's global director has downplayed that possibility in a recent interview.
40 hours a goRumored BMW i3 update to boost range to over 124 miles
According to a new report, BMW is getting ready to upgrade the i3 to substantially increase its maximum range.
Nov 22nd, 152017 Abarth 124 Spider to have up to 200+ bhp and race in WRC?
A new report sheds some light regarding Abarth’s version of the Fiat 124 Spider programmed to come out in 2017.
Nov 20th, 15Chevrolet Bolt production model reportedly headed to CES
General Motor's Executive Vice President of Global Product Development has reportedly announced the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Nov 20th, 15Bugatti Chiron believed to do 0-100 km/h in 2.3s and 0-300 km/h in 15s
Extensive details have emerged about the highly-anticipated Bugatti Chiron programmed to show up in Geneva in March 2016.
Nov 20th, 15Honda Civic 1.5 turbo getting manual for 2017 MY
A presentation screenshot is showing the Honda Civic will get a manual transmission for its turbo version.
Nov 18th, 15MINI plotting range-topping Clubman JCW with 300 bhp
MINI is reportedly planning a super-hot Clubman JCW to compete against the Ford Focus RS and the likes.
Nov 17th, 15Infiniti exec downplays the possibility of performance models
Infiniti's director of global product and brand communications has downplayed the possibility of seeing a high-performance halo car in the new future.
Nov 17th, 15Toyota President Akio Toyoda puts the brakes on a seven-seat Lexus crossover
Toyota President Akio Toyoda has put the brakes on a seven-seat crossover from Lexus.
Nov 16th, 15Wiesmann bought by British suitors, will resume production
Wiesmann closed up shop in 2014 but the company's co-found has announced their rights have been bought by British suitors.
Nov 16th, 15Alfa Romeo Giulia to hit the market with three diesel and five petrol engines
When it hits dealerships in autumn of 2016, the Alfa Romeo Giulia will be offered to customers with three diesel and five petrol engines.
Nov 13th, 15Cadillac President hints at a mid-engine Corvette & Cadillac variant
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has seemly confirmed Chevrolet is working on a mid-engine Corvette.
Nov 13th, 15Infiniti plotting flagship model based on Q80 Inspiration concept
A source within Infiniti has revealed they are working on a production version of the Q80 Inspiration concept which will sit on top of the range.
Nov 13th, 15Mazda hints 2017 launch for new RX model
Mazda has dropped a subtle hint about the launch date of its highly anticipated new RX model.
Nov 13th, 15Buick Envision could be exported to the U.S. from China
The Buick Envision is inching closer to U.S. shores as a new report is indicating the model will likely be imported from China.
Nov 12th, 15Ford considering hardcore Focus RS limited edition with up to 100 kg diet
A report coming from UK indicates Ford is analyzing the prospects of working on a hardcore, limited-run Focus RS.
Nov 12th, 15SEAT Leon Cross Sport concept won't reach production
The SEAT Leon Cross Sport concept was one of the company's star attractions at the Frankfurt Motor Show but it appears the model won't be headed for production.
Nov 11th, 15Genesis G90 revealed in South Korea, comes with 3.3 biturbo and semi-autonomous tech
Genesis, the newly launched luxury brand of Hyundai, has revealed its first model, the G90, to Korean media.
Nov 11th, 15$160,000+ Porsche 911 R believed to get new six-speed manual gearbox
New details are starting to emerge concerning Porsche’s upcoming 911 R characterized as being a “pure version” of the iconic sportscar.
Nov 11th, 15MINI Clubman will allegedly go all-wheel drive next spring, JCW to follow
A new report states MINI has plans to launch an all-wheel drive Clubman as early as next spring.
Nov 10th, 15The BMW M1 could have remained in production with Alpina's help
The BMW M1 went out of production in 1981 but history could have been different if Alpina got involved.
Nov 10th, 15Ford Bronco & Ranger reportedly confirmed in UAW contract
The tentative agreement between Ford and the United Auto Workers (UAW) reportedly calls for the company to build a new Bronco and Ranger in the United States.
Nov 9th, 15Report states several VW engineers admitted manipulating CO2 emissions to please former CEO
German newspaper Bild am Sonntag has shed some light regarding the new scandal at the Volkswagen Group concerning the rigged CO2 emissions data.
Nov 9th, 15Jaguar Land Rover believed to plan $6.8 billion cost cuts and make 1 million cars annually by 2020
A new report issued by The Sunday Times states Jaguar Land Rover is working on a new plan called “Leap 4.5” which among others will include cost cuts of up to £4.5 billion ($6.8 billion / €6.3 billion).