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Report: Lexus’ LF-SA Concept gets leaked ahead of Geneva

Lexus teased the arrival of a new concept car due at Geneva and now, it appears the whole concept was leaked, thanks to a discovery by CarScoops. Instead of being a possible pitch for a replacement for the CT200h, the LF-SA Concept looks to be more of an idea for a new city car. Not much […]

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James Glickenhaus’ SCG 003 gets fully revealed on the web

James Glickenhaus has been known to be working on a new successor to his P4/5 project as part of his Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus collaboration, known as the SCG 003. Now, the car has been fully revealed on the web. Meet the road-going SCG 003S and the track-only SCG 003C or Competizione. Both ride on an […]

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Report: Toyota Tacoma’s chief engineer downplays diesel version

With General Motors leading the revival of the midsize pickup truck segment, pressure against other competitors of this segment has grown significantly. Perpetuating the pressure against these competitors, such as the Toyota Tacoma and the Nissan Frontier, is the fact that GM is offering a new 2.8L Duramax turbodiesel four. And a diesel engine is […]

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The new next-gen Audi R8, it’s finally here

Given the fact that an official photo of the new Audi R8 was released not too long ago, that could’ve only meant one thing: the car was due to be revealed in the near future. Now, here it is, in all of its second generation glory: the all-new second generation Audi R8. Everything from the […]

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The Audi Prologue Avant Concept preps for Geneva

Audi pulled the wraps on a new concept called the Prologue Avant and is basically a five-door shooting brake. The Prologue Coupe from LA basically set the precedent for this new Prologue Avant, which is a five-door version of that coupe. Power is supplied by a 3.0L twin-turbocharged TDI V6 with 353hp and assistance from […]

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The BMW i8 gains a leather engine cover and some new options

Some rumors once popped up once that BMW would be adding leather engine covers to some of their cars…because new BMW owners totally know how to or even take the time to open their hoods. As it turns out, the rumor reigns true…sort of. The BMW i8 was officially updated with a leather engine cover […]

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Report: Porsche’s Tesla Model S competitor gets detailed

Porsche’s been rumored to be working on a new Tesla Model S competitor and now, CAR Magazine learned the new model could be called the 717. But furthermore, the new EV should ride on a new MSB platform cooperatively developed with Porsche’s partners, either Audi or Volkswagen. The result is basically a four-door 911 with four-seats […]

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Video: Nissan follows up with part three to Truckumentary–how the 2016 Titan was designed

Nissan released the next episode to their “Truckumentary” series, a part-advert and part-documentary on how the Nissan Titan came to life, beginning with the overview of Nissan’s history of making pickup trucks. The 2016 Nissan Titan was revealed at the Detroit Auto Show last month and is the second generation model, geared directly to the […]

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Report: Volvo bets on hybrids and autonomous driving for its future

Volvo is doing some big things right now, clearly exemplified by the launch of the new XC90 later this year. That’s not all however as Volvo continues to seek new innovations, fulfilling their reputation for safety and technology. The current story of Volvo is no different and AutoBlog recentlys at down with Volvo’s head, Hakan […]

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Report: The 2016 Acura NSX might be getting its own track package

Now that the 2016 Acura NSX is finally out of the bag, Edmunds sat down with Acura’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mike Accavitti, who said the new NSX could gain a possible track package for better performance. Click here for our original post on the 2016 Acura NSX from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. […]

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