The CUV has evolved from a high-riding, dynamically compromised wagon to a serious alternative to fuel-hungry SUVs and bland sedans. If any crossover typifies this recent trend, it's Hyundai's all-new 2010 Tucson.
Japan's cash-for-clunkers program doesn't allow car buyers in the Land of the Rising Sun to receive incentives if they purchase a GM, Ford or Chrysler vehicle. That makes the Big Three angry, so they've written a letter.
After writing a massive check and waiting well over a year, the son of the man that invented cable television has received his bespoke dream machine from Maranello: the P540 Superfast Aperta.
Also of interest:
- Kia considering production Kee to compete with Toyobaru coupe
- Mini to debut off-road Moke concept in Detroit
- Nissan rumored to be reviving 240SX, bringing it to the U.S.
- Aston Martin updates the V8 Vantage for 2010
- 2011 Mazda MX-5 Miata to get SKY-G power, 50+ mpg?