Design boss weighs in on the future of the nascent luxury company
Jaguar beats the Germans in bringing a Tesla-fighter to market.
Volvo doubles down on wagons, and this one's a winner
An intimate bubble of fun outside of our normal, average reality.
A six-speed manual transmission gloriously is standard. Porsche's intuitive PDK double-clutch automated manual is optional, and infuriatingly better at everything shifty than you'll ever be.
Reichman is cautiously optimistic about the future of the traditional sports car.
"We are big believers that pure electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids can be real Porsche cars like those with an internal-combustion engine."
"As we started, we made sure to listen to the Supra fan base in the U.S."
It'll debut later this year with a twin-turbocharged V8 making 630 hp, with hybrid variants likely.
The Polestar 1 is a four-seat, plug-in hybrid performance coupe with two electric motors and a twincharged four-cylinder that combine for 600 hp of all-wheel potency.
It's not the rip-snorting 4.0-liter biturbo V8, but it's not meant to be.
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Mercedes has to be extremely careful when redesigning such an important nameplate.
An all-new Ram pickup has to fit in with the heritage of the vehicle.
It has a new nav display with augmented reality (AR) technology that allows for intensely precise positional accuracy.
Volvo's driver assistance package gets extra credit for being smooth and highly functional. It instills confidence that you are actually driving, but it asserts that it can help when you want it to.
The 12-cylinder S65 Cabriolet is a stately boulevardier, a cavalier cruiser, meant to dominate via the sheer prodigiousness of output.
Benz believes this elegant design has a future.