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"The compact car family is going to be extended," AMG Chairman Tobias Moers confirmed.

And Ferrari is watching from afar in disbelief.

"We are the first to make pure bred F1 technology roadworthy."

M insists it's been working on engineering the M8 for years.

It's surprisingly close in specification to the original 1976 Golf GTI.

The Up! gets a big engine to become the smallest GTI.

Yet another electric Volkswagen concept car aims at production.

The EV crossover further demonstrates the flexibility of VW's modular MEB architecture.

Audi Sport boss says popular drift modes waste time and tires.

No drift mode for Audi Sport models.

We didn’t need to, so says Lambo CEO.

It's all about the aero – nothing sinister – company CEO claims.

Say goodbye to Audi's naturally aspirated 4.2-liter V8, and hello to its new 2.9-liter biturbo V6.

That means sharable, electric, and autonomous cars on a large scale.

Sounds like a shot at Tesla, too.

EQ is the new electric sub-brand for M-B

We're about to see if Tesla buyers are loyal because they're loyal, or just because there haven't been any real electric alternatives.

Germans dump their giant-killing 2.0-liter concept motor

Think of what it could have done in a smaller Audi R8 off-shoot.

The super A4 returns, and the changes are mostly welcome.

New tech doesn't put the QP on the same page as the Germans, but maybe that's a good thing.

It's the exception that proves that fun rules.

The 2016 Porsche 911 R is the antidote for the unrelenting progress blues. It's the 911 with soul.

Because not every California T buyer wants a softer Ferrari.

The HS package turns the California T into something that's stiffer and faster and more fun. The trade-off is a slightly firmer ride.

This is for those who think the iconic 911 has gone soft.

The "R" stands for "Racing," and this 911 developed by Porsche Motorsport is sure to be one heck of a track weapon. It debuts at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

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