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September, 2018

  • 28 September

    2019 Nissan Titan Gets a Few Much-Needed Updates

    The 2019 Nissan Titan and Titan XD soldier on mostly unchanged since their recent redesigns. But the trucks receive a few much-needed updates that will make them a little more comfortable than before. A 7.0-inch touchscreen is now standard on all models instead of the previous 5.0-inch unit. Finally, Titans ...

  • 27 September

    Porsche 935 Makes Surprise Debut at Rennsport Reunion VI

    We’re in the middle of Rennsport Reunion VI, an over-the-top celebration of everything Porsche that takes place every other year. And while we knew Porsche planned to reveal something new, there was no way we could have predicted it would be a new 935. That’s right. There’s a new 935, ...

  • 26 September

    Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche to Step Down Next Year

    Dieter Zetsche, who has led Daimler for the last 12 years, will step down from his post in 2019. Replacing him will be Ola Kallenius, current research and development boss. Zetsche’s career with the company spans way back to 1976, when he worked in the research department of what was ...

  • 25 September

    2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country Makes First Appearance

    If you need a break from all the new SUVs coming to market, feast your eyes on the 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country. The rugged wagon joins the standard V60 that was redesigned in February. The updated Cross Country receives a special chassis and suspension to enhance its performance off the ...

  • 24 September

    2019 BMW X7 Spied and Shows Off Near-Production-Ready Interior

    Slowly but surely, the BMW X7 is shedding camouflage before its big debut later this year. From these latest spy shots, we can see a little more of the sheetmetal, and we get a much better view of the interior. The prototype X7 was well covered up when our colleagues at ...

  • 23 September

    Peugeot E-Legend Concept to Debut in Paris

    For the past few years, autonomous electric concepts have been all the rage on the international auto show circuit. These forward-looking vehicles tend to have boxy or egg-shaped designs in order to maximize interior volume. But every once in a while, an automaker introduces an autonomous concept that prioritizes style ...

  • 22 September

    Tire Review: Cooper SRX Discoverer

    Tire reviews almost always focus on the sharp end of the market, that is, the extreme performance summer tire segment. While big sticky tires with rubber-band sidewalls are lots of fun to shred to a smoking hulk on a race track, such tires make up a notably small segment of industry sales ...

  • 21 September

    2019 Ram 1500 Rebel 12 Brings in New Tech

    The Ram 1500 Rebel has a refined interior. The black and red color theme befits the truck’s name, and we love the comfortable cloth and vinyl seats and the rotary shifter, among other things. But now Ram is offering Rebel buyers more technology and upgraded materials as part of a new ...

  • 20 September

    Travis Pastrana Gives Us the Dirt on the Nitro Rallycross

    If you’ve never seen a rallycross event before, you probably should. It’s essentially the action sports version of motorsport, with huge jumps, alternate routes, plenty of dirt, and world-class drivers who love to fly around (literally) in high strung rally style cars. We caught up with the megastar of the ...

  • 19 September

    First Drive: 2019 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

    LISBON, Portugal — A half-decade before the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ entered the world, the roaring, snorting automotive malfeasance that was the original Aventador served up a wicked paradox to the supercar faithful. Though it bore all the markings of an indomitable flagship—scissor doors, massive V-12, jaw scraping silhouette—those primordial markers ...