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Designer says we could see "parts" of the Prototype 9 racecar concept from Pebble Beach

Genesis G70 vs BMW 3 Series, Audi A4 / S4, Mercedes C-Class and Infiniti Q50

How does the new Genesis sport sedan stack up?

No power steering, no power brakes, but an all-electric powertrain.

Classic looks, modern power.

The car is set to debut at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance next week.

It'll be back in a few years.

Same trend: Sedan sales were down, SUV and pickup sales were up.

Two vehicles popular for transporting kids and their stuff.

The crooks in sight, are not too bright!

Sure, you could go out and buy a brand-new car. Or, you could save yourself from the initial depreciation hit by choosing a certified pre-owned vehicle.

The Red Sport 400 has so much potential, and power. Try as we might, we can't love it, though.

Car accidents may be an inevitable part of our daily lives, but some cars and trucks are more likely to be involved in crashes than others.

Same bones, new dress.

The model is a success, so Infiniti doesn't want to change too much.

As Lincoln announces an all-new Navigator at this year's New York auto show, Infiniti's big QX56/80 continues to gain fans in a great many upmarket zip codes.

Only cosmetic changes distinguish the new Q50.

The flagship SUV is big but sleek.

Could be the shape of things to come for the QX80.

But we can make out several differences, large and small.

Some details here and there have changed.

We're just not sure it put the effort in all the right places.

It's a GLA-class underneath, although few are likely to notice.

The coupe packs a twin-turbocharged engine and a hybrid system for extra performance.

A twin-turbo coupe concept with F1 performance tech.

More downforce and more speed mean more excitement. Hopefully.

A new rulebook for Formula 1 in 2017 has led to completely new designs from every constructor taking part in the sport. Here's a look at all of them.

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