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In which our team describes the automotive things we're most thankful for this year. Be sure to tell us your own, in the comments.


Hyundai's new premium brand, Genesis, launches next month. The Equus-replacing G90 will be the first car to arrive, and here it is, fully uncovered.


P70, P90, And P90D Models Now Available To General Public

The Tesla Model X is now on sale to the general public, and it starts at $80,000 before incentives.


Plus: Miatas At Mazda Raceway, Drifting The Focus RS, And More

Our weekly video recap focuses on the sights and sounds of the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.


Our Editors Pick The Brightest Stars From Los Angeles

Autoblog editors pick their favorite debuts from the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.


Here's a look at all the new cars and concepts that debuted at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.


Mitsubishi gives its Outlander Sport a new nose, updated interior content, and some fresh 18-inch wheels for 2016. See for yourself at the 2015 LA Auto Show.


Take one Audi S8, add more power and torque, and you get the S8 Plus. It's got a twin-turbo V8 with 605 horsepower and 516-pound feet of torque. Sweet.


Mitsubishi gives the Mirage compact a number of updates for the 2017 model year, including refreshed styling, new interior appointments, and a blistering four additional horsepower.


If any vehicle is going to succeed as a super-niche crossover-convertible, it's the Range Rover Evoque. The droptop Land Rover makes its debut at the 2015 LA Auto Show.


The GMC Canyon finally gets a high-lux Denali trim for the 2017 model year, featuring chrome trim, 20-inch wheels, and a choice of gasoline or diesel engines.


Same Platform, Different Roadsters

The Fiat 124 Spider and Mazda MX-5 Miata share a platform, but they're hardly the same car. We compare the details of the two droptops, here.


Take one Mazda MX-5 Miata, add a turbo engine and some Italian style, and you get the 2017 Fiat 124 Spider. Read all about it ahead of its LA Auto Show debut, here.

Here's our full coverage of the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.


Updated Styling, Better Tech, And Improved Storage Round Out Mid-Cycle Refresh

The Ford Escape is already a huge sales success, and this heavily refreshed 2017 model looks to give the customers exactly what they're asking for. Check it out when it debuts at the LA Auto Show.


Turbo Lover

The Porsche 911 Carrera gets a new, turbocharged heart for its 991.2 generation. We give it a proper test on the island of Tenerife.


A Pair Of Hot Coupes On A Soaked Road Atlanta

Watch as senior editor Alex Kierstein manhandles the Porsche Cayman GT4 and 911 GT3 RS on a super-soaked Road Atlanta.


Small CUVs Are Hot, So Let's See What All The Fuss Is About

Small crossovers are booming right now, and the Honda HR-V is at the top of the pack. To see why these little guys are being gobbled up by consumers, we've added a 2016 HR-V to our long-term test fleet.


Lamborghini is tipped to debut a rear-wheel-drive version of the Huracan at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this month.


3.0L TDI Models Being Held At Dealers

Following Porsche's stop-sale of the Cayenne Diesel, Audi is holding all of its models equipped with the 3.0-liter TDI V6.


Lineup Will Consist Of Six Products By 2020

Hyundai will launch the Genesis brand in December, with a G-based naming structure. Genesis will grow to include six products by the year 2020.

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