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Photo Rendering: Could this be what the next-gen Ferrari 488 GTS Spyder looks like?

Ferrari’s 458 Italia replacement arrived not too long go in the form of the 488 GTB, which comes with a lot of serious changes, such as being one of the first-turbocharged models since the F40, following the California T. Click here for our original post on the reveal of the Ferrari 488 GTB. And given […]

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Report: Mitsubishi’s prepping to replace the Outlander Sport outright next year

For a split second, it almost appeared that Mitsubishi was going to be done for, at least as a competitive automaker in the US, given their lackluster performance both in sales and in their attempts to remain relevant, especially after killing the Evo. But now, Mitsubishi’s seeking to grab a piece of the cash cow […]

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Report: Hyundai on the brink of approving new subcompact crossover and pickup for production

Hyundai surprised everyone at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show earlier this year by bringing a new pickup truck concept to the table at the Cobo Center, to gauge interest and see if anyone would be interested in a Hyundai pickup. It turns out, there’s lots of interest, given that the midsize pickup segment is getting […]

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Report: Details for next-gen 2018 BMW 3-Series surface

It may seem like the 2018 BMW 3-Series just came out but in reality, it’s actually been around for quite some time–a little over four years. That means we’re about half-way through through the F30’s generation lifespan of around eight years. That also means a new generation of 3-Series is on the way, and it […]

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Recalls: Takata announces and expands one of history’s largest recalls for faulty airbags

We are in the age of recalls where automobile manufacturers realized it was a bad idea to cut corners and budgets in certain places, and it’s costing them greatly. For instance, we just had the largest single recall ever in automotive history with General Motors and their faulty ignition switches. Now, it seems the Takata […]

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The 2016 Lotus Evora requires $89,900 US as it returns to our market

If you recall, Lotus suffered a minor hiccup with the sale of 2015 model-year vehicles in the US because they didn’t meet all-new airbag and safety regulations put into place for this year. But after a year of preparing and implementing some modifications, Lotus is ready to sell the Evora once again in the US–and […]

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Video: The Cadillac Ciel Concept to play a starring role in new Entourage movie

If you’re a fan of Entourage, you can’t forget the catchy intro with the main crew cruising the LA streets in a droptop, four-door Lincoln Continental. It’s a scene that’s hard to forget. However, it appears for the full-feature film, the crew ditched the old Lincoln for a hot, new Cadillac Ciel Concept from the […]

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Report: Are we to expect a BMW M3 Touring? We gosh-damn hope so…

Avto Magazin, a Slovenian auto publication, reportedly spoke to some representatives at BMW, who apparently hinted that BMW is preparing an M3 Touring (or wagon for you unseasoned American folk) for the Frankfurt Motor Show this year. This sounds like it could be the most epic wagon ever. No details are available, obviously, but this […]

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Report: Next generation Peugeots to gain autonomous driving tech

It seems Peugeot is seeking to become more relevant on a global level as AutomotiveNews Europe reports that CEO Carlos Tavares said some next-generation models could gain semi-autonomous driving tech. This is one of the more recent instances where a new mainstream automobile gains semi-autonomous tech, exemplifying its gain in popularity and availability. Tavares says he, […]

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Report: BMW’s X2 to surface in 2017

BMW’s following the way of Audi and Mercedes-Benz by trying to fill every niche gap possible by innovating with “new models,” or just smaller versions of crossovers and sedans that are less practical for more money. Totally makes sense right? Well, that happened to create the X6 and the X4. So guess what, an X2 […]

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