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2017 Geneva Preview – 2018 Honda Civic Type R Prototype

2017 Geneva Preview: Honda confirms production Civic Type-R at Geneva

Honda’s hotly-anticipated production Civic Type-R heads to Geneva before it arrives on US shores. What’s going on? We’re nearing the world-renowned Geneva Auto Show. Taking advantage of the spotlight, Honda officially confirmed the launch of the first production Civic Type R at this year’s exhibition. Honda fans and hot hatch lovers rejoiced over the return of […]

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2017 Geneva Preview – Ferrari 812 Superfast

2017 Geneva Preview: Meet the fastest and most powerful front-engined Ferrari ever, the 812 Superfast

Yes, it’s actually named the Ferrari 812 Superfast and hardly needs explanation. What’s going on? Ferrari’s flagship GT V12 sports coupe is getting its replacement. What was once the F12 Berlinetta now becomes the 812 Superfast, the fastest, most powerful Ferrari ever built. Like the F12, the 812 continues the big-bodied, V12-powered grand tourer recipe […]

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2018 Ford Mustang

The 2018 Ford Mustang, this is it, with a new face

Ford interestingly revealed a facelifted 2018 Mustang late in Detroit. And it has a new face.  What’s going on? Despite the 2017 Detroit Auto Show happening earlier this month, Ford revealed an updated Mustang for the 2018 model year. But don’t expect any major changes…perhaps except for a new face. And after hitting the web, it […]

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2017 Lamborghini Aventador S (16)

The 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S is a not-so-extreme SV

Think of it as the Lamborghini Aventador S without the V. What’s going on? Lamborghinis are pretty rambunctious and it’s hard to imagine how much more ridiculous they could get. How does more power, more aerodynamics, and more performances sound? With the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, that’s exactly what you get. But you don’t get […]

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Audi RS 3 Sedan

2016 Paris Preview: The 2018 Audi RS3 sedan gets revealed with 400 horsepower

Audi is having a field day at the 2016 Paris Auto Show. In addition to the revealing of the next-gen Audi Q5 crossover, Ingolstadt also brought a new Audi RS3 to the party. Except it isn’t the Audi RS3 Sportback that we’ve come to love and wish we got here in America. Rumors began floating around about […]

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Video: This is the first video spy footage of the new Toyota Supra revival

You can hear one of the engines for the first time too. The Toyota Supra revival is back in the news again, but in the form of moving pictures and finally, some sound! For the first time ever, the world can hear what the new Supra revival sounds like. The video first surfaced via SupraMKV.com’s […]

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Spy Shots: Upcoming Toyota Supra finally surfaces in camo

The return of the Toyota Supra is one of the most highly anticipated sports car revivals of the 21st century. The mid-engined Corvette. The “entry-level” Ferrari. They’re white whales of the automotive industry, constantly teased but never delivered upon. And a new Toyota Supra has long been one of them. But it won’t be for much longer. A follow […]

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Cadillac offers free V-Performance Academy for 2017 CTS-V and ATS-V owners

New owners of the 2017 Cadillac CTS-V and 2017 Cadillac ATS-V get to have all the fun for free…well, almost. Cadillac is really pushing its V-Performance brand as America’s response to BMW M, Mercedes-AMG, and more, offering equally luxurious and performance-capable competitors at a far more attractive price. To sweeten the deal even more, Caddy […]

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Report: The BMW Z4 subtly goes off into the sunset, ends production

Remember the BMW Z4? So do we, but if you’re thinking, “barely,” you’re not alone. The current generation BMW Z4 is hardly remarkable, despite its suave looks. The Z4 simply is a case of, it looks better than it drives. Because the current E89 Z4 isn’t the greatest thing in luxury sports roadsters, especially when the […]

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Report: Lamborghini anticipates sales hike by 2019 following launch of crossover SUV

Lamborghini is really betting on the success of the soon-to-be launched Urus crossover SUV to boost the company’s global sales figures. Clearly reminiscent of the persistent sales wars, Lamborghini anticipates sales could double worldwide to 7,000 units annually by 2019 once the Urus gets launched. The crossover is meant to not only to compete with […]

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