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10 parts-bin specials we think automakers should build.

We've compiled a list of ten cars that could easily be made into factory hot rods with just a little effort from the automaker.


Small, funky SUVs are the rage and Hyundai wants in.


All-new pickup reigns supreme in the Lone Star State.


Agree? Agree to disagree? Make your voice heard in our poll.

The Mitsubishi Delica D:5 would look great as a Nissan Quest Q:5. Just sayin'.


A Sentra with more power that points the way to a full performance package.


The Chevrolet Camaro, Kia Forte, and Nissan Maxima also earned awards.


Autonomy opens a world of opportunity to car designers. Join our panel of designers and thought leaders as we explore how driverless cars will activate a design revolution. This panel includes, Mark Prommel, Melissa Cefkin, Paul Snyder, and Brett Berk.


Yes, you could buy an AWD small minivan with a manual transmission in 1986.

From the era of tall Japanese wagons with four-wheel-drive, manual transmissions, and endearingly insectoid styling.


T-Tops, 5-speed, and just 149,000 miles on the clock.

A screaming red Nissan 300ZX with T-tops, spoiler, and 5-speed was considered an extremely cool car to have in 1988. These days, when one gets banged up, it's doomed.


"I have a bad feeling about this."

These aren't the crossovers you're looking for. Probably.


Want a bolo tie in vehicle form? Nissan has the truck for you.

Nissan gives its Titan the Texas treatment with fresh grille, wheels, bumper, and plenty of badges. Like, a lot of badges.


The wait at the DMW will never be the same.

You can go on auto pilot in so many new ways.


Godzilla's latest form officially costs over $100,000 more than the original R35.

The only choice you're making when ordering the Nissan GT-R Nismo is the color, which is also the only way to drive the price up beyond the nearly $177,000 starting price.


With battery packs, oxygen tanks, and a drone, this pickup is ready for anything.

Nissan shows off its approach to sustainable emergency vehicles.


Watch the drift angles from any angle in this 360-degree video.


Yes, the Frontier shares the same platform. No, it won't come to the US.

We're not even getting a new Frontier soon, let alone a resurrected SUV from the same platform.

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