McLaren has flagged its intention to further expand its Sports Series range, with the addition of “two new body styles” over the next two years. The range currently comprises the 570S, unveiled at this year’s New York Auto Show, and the 540C which appeared at the Shanghai Auto Show two weeks later. Show More Summary
Honda gave us an early look at its all-new, 10th-generation Civic with the debut of the Civic Concept (shown below) at the recent 2015 New York Auto Show. Although a coupe, the concept hinted at the styling expected for new versions of the Civic sedan and Civic Coupe and possibly a new Civic Liftback model. We now have spy shots of a prototype for...
The auto industry has seen a marked increase in outstanding loans in recent years, with data compiled by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York showing that total auto loans have jumped from $702 billion at the end of Q2 2010 to $968 billion in Q1 2015 – a 38% jump in under five years. Show More Summary
The inaugural New York Fashion Week: Men's has landed Cadillac as a sponsor, shortly after Mercedes-Benz ended its partnership with the women's shows.
Starting at the very beginning of the year, Chevrolet has been on a whirlwind pace overhauling its car lineup. First there was the 2016 Volt at the Detroit Auto Show followed by the 2016 Malibu and Spark in New York, and then there was the recent introduction of the 2016 Camaro. Show More Summary
After years of focusing on its compact and midsize offerings, Cadillac finally adds a full-size flagship to its portfolio in the form of the all-new Cadillac CT6, which debuted at this year’s New York International Auto Show. The rear-wheel-drive...Show More Summary
The first Ford Mustang was introduced at the 1964 New York International Auto Show as a 1964.5 model in front of a huge, wide-eyed audience. The moment it reached production and later into customers’ hands, the Mustang became an instant cult classic, selling more than a million unit in its first year alone. Fast forward […]
It is a brave new look for the popular Lexus RX, which was shown for the first time at the 2015 New York International Auto Show. In hopes of attracting younger buyers, the United States’ best-selling luxury crossover adopts the gutsy design language found on current-generation Lexus models, such as the RC Coupe and the IS sedan. Show More Summary
Introduced at this year’s New York International Auto Show, the Jaguar XF, which competes with the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, has been completely redesigned for the 2016 model year. Subtle styling updates include a more upright front grille, a lower roofline, and new rear quarter windows. Show More Summary
Porsche proves there is beauty in simplicity with the all-new Boxster Spyder, the stripped-down roadster introduced at this year’s New York International Auto Show. Based on the latest-generation (981) Boxster/Cayman, the 2016 Boxster Spyder is fitted with a 3.8-liter, flat-6 engine borrowed from the Cayman GT4. Show More Summary
Our recent coverage of CES and the New York Auto Show showed how auto brands are slowly morphing into software companies The latest proof of that trend is Volkswagen's announcement of its own Apple Watch app See also: This is how Swiss...Show More Summary
It sounds funny to say a car that costs almost $185,000 is a move downmarket, but the new McLaren 570S introduced at the recent New York Auto Show, and the detuned 540S version of the same “Sport Series” chassis (~$150K), are exactly that. Show More Summary
Following the reveal of the gorgeous Continental concept at the New York Auto Show, representatives from Ford have hinted that the end could be nigh for the “MK” naming scheme. A production version of the concept Continental could bear the classic name when it arrives to replace the aging and unimpressive MKS at some point in the future. Show More Summary
The company’s UK arm has confirmed that the front of the next-generation Honda Civic hatchback will be nearly identical to the coupe, which was unveiled at the recent New York auto show. Philip Crossman, the boss of Honda UK, has told Autocar that only the rear third of the new Civic five-door hatch differs significantly [...]
When Cadillac introduced its all-new CT6 sedan at the New York Auto Show several weeks ago, it detailed 265-hp four-cylinder turbo and 400-hp twin-turbo V6 engine options. At the Shanghai auto show last week, it announced another powertrain option: a 335-hp plug-in hybrid powertrain set to double the fuel economy over the ICE alternatives... Show More Summary
Unveiled at this year’s New York International Auto Show, the Lincoln Continental concept is a reboot of the fabled model that exudes old-school American luxury. The design is a radical departure for Lincoln, forgoing the double-wing grille found on its other current vehicles for a more traditional, elegant face. Show More Summary
The refresh of the BMW Alpina B6 xDrive Gran Coupe, which first debuted in Geneva, made its North American arrival at the New York International Auto Show in April. Styling elements distinguishing this car from the BMW 6 Series GranShow More Summary
Love it or hate it, the 2016 Nissan Maxima is now one step closer to hitting the streets. Following its surprise debut during a touching Super Bowl XLIX commercial and its official introduction at the New York Auto Show, the all-new Maxima has officially entered production at Nissan’s Smyrna, TN assembly plant. Show More Summary
Photos by Terry Shea and courtesy of BMW of North America. Recently, at the New York International Auto Show, BMW of North America displayed a 1975 3.0 CSL, winner of that year’s 12 Hours of Sebring, in its distinctive BMW Motorsport colors over a white background. They parked that iconic car next to an example […]
Honda gave us an early look at its next-generation Civic with the debut of the Civic Concept at the recent 2015 New York Auto Show. The concept was in the form of a coupe and hinted at the styling we can expect for new versions of both the Civic sedan and Civic Coupe that are being introduced for the 2016 model year. Now, alleged patent drawings...