Just as appeal for the Ranger Rover Evoque seems to be reaching a boiling point, Land Rover threw more oil on the fire with the Victoria Beckham Special Edition late previous month. Currently, rumors of an Evoque Sport are appearing as well.
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In the race to win the U.S. top luxury title, Mercedes-Benz has all but gave up in the race, admitting that it won’t take part in any games to attempt to be on the top.
The 2014 Lexus IS experienced significant changes and the next-gen IS F will get an equally big transformation, featuring a fresh powerplant.
Nissan has informed about its fresh Mobility Assist program, created to support the mobility demands of physically disabled clients.
When it comes to popular electric cars in America, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV isn’t among them, with overall weak deliveries since it was unleashed.
The most breathtaking looking race vehicle, Bentley has today unveiled full specs on its marvelous Continental GT3.
Rumors that Dodge will be axed are just rumors according to SRT CEO Ralph Gilles.
Initially planned to make its debut in Frankfurt this fall, the next-gen MINI Cooper will now be unveiled at the 2013 Los Angeles Motor Show.
Hyundai is going to charge a $1,750 extra for its brand-new 2014 Equus flagship sedan.
Honda’s Ridgeline compact truck is going to stop construction in a little over a year’s time according to the latest announcement.
When it enters showrooms, Cadillac’s plug-in model will become a record-winner.
Porsche has uncovered its 2013 911 GT3 Cup race model, enhanced by a 3.8-liter, flat-6 motor with 460 hp, which provides 10-hp more than its predecessor.
The 2014 BMW 5 Series has already started to arrive, so if you’re going to purchase German company’s brand-new sedan, now is the time to act.
Fisher-Price has uncovered its Power Wheels variant of the brand-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.
Toyota has released second wave of the “Prius Plug-in MPG Contest,” creating on the success of its first wave which started in May.
VW will equip its fresh “Car-Net” system on several cars in the 2014 model year, the automaker informed today.
Sergio Marchionne already informed that he’s planning to move Fiat’s corporate headquarters to the U.S., so Alfa Romeo’s production would be replaced also.
Volvo has informed that the deliveries of its cars equipped with systems for automatic braking crossed the 1-million point, with more than 130,000 delivered in the U.S.
Jaguar has uncovered its Project 7 that will be publicly presented at the approaching 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed.