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April, 2017

  • 3 April

    Techart Celebrates 30 Years of Tuning Porsches

    Germany has long produced some of the best driving cars on the planet. But, for as long as the country has been churning out brilliant machines, there’s always been someone who believes they can take that excellent sportscar canvas and make it better, and Techart is one of the oldest in …

  • 2 April

    Spied! Say Hello to the 2018 Buick Regal Wagon

    Ever since the all-new Opel Insignia debuted at the Geneva auto show, Americans have been chomping at the bit to see the car in U.S.-spec Buick Regal trim. We must be getting very close, as spy shooters just caught a prototype for a Regal wagon testing in Michigan – yes, …

  • 1 April

    2018 Honda Odyssey to Feature Horn-Mounted Emojis

    Have you ever been cut off in traffic and wish you had something more expressive than just a loud horn pound your fist on? Well, how about a Rush Hour Traffic emoji or, better yet, an emoji middle finger for the jerk who cut you off? Good news! Honda has …

March, 2017

  • 31 March

    Porsche and Toyota Debut LMP1 Racecars Ahead of Silverstone Opener

    Forget LaFerrari, P1, Regera, and 918, the real hybrid hypercars are those fielded in the World Endurance Championship (WEC). Here, both Toyota and Porsche dominate with their respective entries. Drastically different in terms of power units, these two teams want to dominate each other in the most grueling endurance races …

  • 30 March

    2018 Porsche GT3 RS and GT2 RS Spied

    Racetracks around the globe are put on notice — not only is Porsche plotting your imminent demise with the likes of its refreshed 2018 911 GT3 RS, but will additionally bring to market the widow maker that is the 600+ horsepower 2018 911 GT2 RS. Both of which were recently …

  • 29 March

    B9 Audi RS4 Avant Spied in Germany Showing its Roof

    The last time we caught the upcoming Audi RS4, it was April 2016. At that point, we believed that the super wagon would likely receive some form of electric turbocharging, but since the debut of the 2018 RS5 and its 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 earlier this month at the 2017 Geneva …

  • 28 March

    Cadillac’s Future Involves More Cars — And a Lot More Crossovers

    Turnarounds are Johan de Nysschen’s specialty. He steered Audi of America back from the brink, he was instrumental in reshaping Infiniti, and now he is on a similar mission at Cadillac, which continues to trail the leading luxury nameplates. De Nysschen, named president of the high-end GM subsidiary in 2014, plans …

  • 27 March

    Honda Civic Si Torque Specs Accidentally Leaked

    /p> The tenth-generation Honda Civic Si is expected to make its official debut next month at the New York International Auto show. The automaker had kept the specs for the sport compact, a prototype of which was shown in November at the 2016 Los Angeles auto show, under wraps, but …

  • 26 March

    Lincoln Continental Goes Big with All-New Head-Up Display

    Lincoln wants you to keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road and is introducing a fancy head-up display for the Continental. The Motor Company claims it will be the biggest and brightest display size in its class. Lincoln says it’s the first to use Digital Light Projection …

  • 25 March

    First Opel Insignia Flagship Rolls off Assembly Line

    The first Opel Insignia rolled off the assembly line at the automaker’s plant in Russelsheim, Germany this week. As we reported before, Buick will likely replace the current Regal sedan with rebadged versions of the two Insignia variants, the five-door Grand Sport hatchback and the Sports Tourer wagon. The Insignia …