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January, 2018

  • 10 January

    Fisker EMotion Spreads Its Suicide Butterfly Doors

    Toward the end of 2016, legendary car designer Henrik Fisker began teasing a new car as a follow-up to the failed Fisker Karma. We soon learned that Fisker’s new car would be a luxury EV with suicide butterfly doors, an alien-like front end, and new rapid-charge battery technology. But while Fisker ...

  • 9 January

    Cadillac XT4 CUV Reportedly Going to Kansas City

    The Cadillac XT4 is reportedly going to be built at General Motors’ Fairfax assembly plant in Kansas City, Kansas. Sources told Bloomberg that Cadillac has begun manufacturing prototypes from the Fairfax facility but the company hasn’t announced plans for production. When it arrives, the Cadillac XT4 will serve two purposes: getting more ...

  • 8 January

    Hyundai Veloster Looks Sketchier in Latest Teasers

    Expected to look more refined than the current model, the second-generation Hyundai Veloster will debut at the Detroit auto show later this month. Ahead of the show, Hyundai has revealed more images of the hatch, including a sketch of the interior. In these new images, we get a clearer view ...

  • 7 January

    Mercedes-Benz Confirms the 2019 G-Class Will Debut in Detroit

    Hot on the heels of Mercedes-Benz’ recent sneak peak at the next-gen G-Class, the German automaker confirmed the all-new Geländewagen will officially break cover for the first time at the 2018 Detroit auto show later this month. As is usually the case with teasers, we don’t see much of the ...

  • 6 January

    Carroll Shelby’s Personal 1966 GT350H Fastback Goes to Auction

    Are you looking to own a piece of American history? Well, feast your eyeballs on this former Hertz Rent-a-Racer in Wimbledon White with factory painted LeMans stripes in Guardsman Blue. Sure, you’ve seen it before, but this particular 1966 Shelby GT350H was formerly owned and driven by Mr. Carroll Shelby ...

  • 5 January

    2019 Toyota Avalon Has the Light Stuff

    The 2019 Toyota Avalon will debut at the Detroit auto show later this month. But until then, the automaker continues to tease the fifth-generation large sedan with a look at its new sequential turn signals. Toyota posted a short video to its Twitter page today showing the car’s new rear ...

  • 4 January

    In 2021, Self-Driving Hyundais May Rule the World

    Hyundai has partnered with autonomous vehicle tech company Aurora to bring self-driving vehicles to market by 2021. The automaker also announced that its new fuel cell SUV, bound for CES, will serve as the first test vehicle for the joint project. The partners will work on developing hardware and software ...

  • 3 January

    Next-Gen Porsche 911 Cabriolet Spied with Bulbous Rear

    Our spy photographers have caught the next-generation Porsche 911 testing in cabriolet guise with the top down. Perhaps the most notable feature of this mule is its rear end, which has been heavily modified and appears wider than the current car. Some key design cues found in the current car ...

  • 2 January

    Audi to Make Its Cars Look More Different

    Plenty of automakers fall into the pattern of creating many different cars with the same look. While it makes it easier for the public to recognize the brand, it can almost feel like you’re simply choosing between small, medium, and large. Realizing the importance of model differentiation, Audi is starting ...

  • 1 January

    Mercedes-AMG GT4 Goes for One Last Spin Before 2018

    Though you might think Mercedes has the four-door coupe niche covered with the new 2019 CLS-Class, its performance brand Mercedes-AMG has another swoopy sedan on the way: the AMG GT4. That car has been captured once again, this time conducting winter tests. The AMG GT4 will be based on the same ...