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Lotus reveals the fastest and most powerful model ever and it’s an Evora

Lotus is working on a new line of cars but first, they’re bringing a new Evora to Geneva. it’s called the Lotus Evora 400 and it’s the fastest and most powerful Lotus ever. Other than the obvious change with bodywork such as the larger and more aggressive air ducts, the new LED daytime running lights, […]

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Test Drive: 2015 BMW M5 by AutoNation

The BMW M5 is a sedan that’s immediately recognizable by name, being one of the most iconic cars ever made. When it was birthed upon a rather simple concept of taking a normal, humdrum 5-Series and stuffing it with BMW M’s racing-derived 3.5L straight-six at the time, the recipe was an instant success. Now, five generations […]

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Mercedes-Benz unveils new G500 4×4² for show

Several hints arose over the past couple weeks about a new Gelandewagen concept due at Geneva next month from Mercedes-Benz. But given how the G-Wagen has changed very little over time, other than just being modernized, it was hard to imagine and speculate what they could come up with next, especially after the bonkers 6×6 […]

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Hyundai releases images of the new Tucson, to be revealed at Geneva

Hyundai decided to let some images slip onto the Internet of their new Tucson crossover. Dubbed the ix35 in Europe, where it’s equally as much of a common seller as the Tucson is here in the US, the new compact crossover finally takes lots of design cues from its larger brother, the handsome Santa Fe. […]

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2015 Chicago: The 2016 Acura RDX gets a facelift and some updates

As promised, Acura, along with Honda, brought a new crossover to Chicago this year: an updated 2016 RDX while Honda also revealed their new 2016 Pilot. While the 2016 Honda Pilot is an all-new car, the Acura RDX’s change equates to a mid-cycle refresh, incorporating some new looks, new kit, and more standard equipment. The exterior […]

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2015 Chicago: The Nissan 370Z Nismo Roadster Concept might actually make it to production

Nissan brought a new “concept” to Chicago, pitching the idea of a 370Z Nismo Roadster, which basically looks almost production ready. As indicated by the pictures and the name, it’s just a 370Z Nismo coupe in convertible form, meaning all of the 370Z Nismo Coupe’s goodies are also included with the roadster. Everything from the […]

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2015 Chicago: The 2016 Honda Pilot finally replaces aging model from 2009

The 2015 Chicago Auto Show is quietly happening right now and Honda just introduced one of the more prominent reveals of this year’s show. Meet the all-new 2016 Honda Pilot, which replaces the outgoing model from 2009. And like every other mainstream offering, the new Pilot is bigger, better, improved and new in almost every […]

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BREAKING: Meet the most track-ready Porsche Cayman ever, the GT4

Porsche’s been known to be working on a high-strung version of its Cayman and now, it’s finally here. Meet the all-new Porsche Cayman GT4, which is now the fastest, most track-ready Cayman ever made for the public. After clocking in a lap time of just seven minutes and 40 seconds at the legendary Nürburgring Nordschliefe, the […]

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Ferrari reveals next turbocharged model–the 458-succeeding 488 GTB

Ferrari made some big news today by revealing their next turbocharged model, following the California T. Meet the new 488 GTB, or the next generation 458 Italia, essentially. Not only is this the second turbocharged model since the world-famous F40 from several decades ago, both the California T and the 488 GTB represent the first time Ferrari’s […]

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Nissan releases some photos of new 2016 Maxima following Super Bowl commercial tease

Recently, Nissan decided to play some shadow tactics by sneaking in the reveal of the all-new 2016 Maxima in their recent Super Bowl ad that debuted this past weekend. Now, Nissan released some new official photos of the Maxima so we could get a closer look at the production model. Details are still sparse, but […]

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