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McLaren will stick to its own drivetrains for its upcoming P13 sports car.
GM is recalling nearly 20,000 SRX models.
The Mazda3 will lose its grinning grille and get serious for 2015.
Daimler is reportedly looking to sell some of its Mercedes outlets.
Lotus has dropped the sheet on its fastest ever convertible.
A sportier version of the Lexus IS could be just around the corner.
Four-decades after the fact, three former Ford execs are facing serious charges.
Mercedes-Benz's lifestyle-oriented boulevardiers are heavily revised for 2014, so we hit the Autobahn to check them out.
An NFL coach will behind the wheel of the pace car at this year's Indy 500.
The next-generation LR2 will be badged as a Discovery.
PSA is shuttering an R&D facility to save cash.
Most of Ford's North American assembly plants will only take a one week vacation this summer.
The 2014 Corolla will be new and improved in almost every way, but base models will soldier on with a 4-speed auto.
Both the next smart and its Renault-badged sibling will bow next year.
Drivers of late-model VW diesels will no longer need to worry about accidentally fueling up with gas.
Fisker may not be relegated to the history books just yet.
Kia says the RWD Quoris sedan will be priced in the $50,000-$70,000 range.
Toyota has leapfrogged BMW as the world's most valuable car brand.
Ferrari's hotter 458 Scuderia will debut by year's end.
GM is further investing in its Cadillac plant in Lansing.