Matthew Askari - Autoblog
"My job is to make them drive like they look," Matt Becker, Aston Martin's vehicle attributes engineer, tells me. The engine is idling, and we're harnessed inside of the 2019 Vantage test mule's racing bucket seats, somewhere on a frozen lake near the Arctic Circle in Sweden. Since the Vantage is Aston's best seller, and it's representative of the things the brand stands for, it's safe to say this chilly prototype is the most important Aston Martin on the planet right now.
Aston Martin recruits three key Ferrari figures for upcoming 488 GTB challenger
Korea's new sports sedan signals a dramatic brand shift for Kia, and the Stinger GT is the first to reflect a new, more performance-oriented direction.
The car you buy before a C63.
Who says F1 technology doesn't improve road cars anymore?
Because life's just better without a roof over your head, right?
Mercedes is working on a successor to the SLS along with a new 12-cylinder engine to power it.
Hyundai debuts its HCD-16 Vision G Coupe Concept, an elegant machine that takes a deliberately scaled-back approach to premium, luxurious design.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen takes everything we like about the already fun and functional Golf and stretches it into an even more useful wagon configuration. Here, we test a pair of diesel-equipped examples in Texas Hill Country.
Teenagers are awkward, predictably provocative and generally horrible to be around – at least unless you, yourself are one. There's just something about those angst-ridden years spent trying on identities, none fitting quite right. Luckily for Kia, the automaker has just celebrated its 20th birthday in America, and fresh out of the driver's seat of its 2016 Sorento – dare we say it –