It seems a distinct possibility that the name of Aston Martin's upcoming SUV will not remain "DBX," as it has been known. The British Autocar reports that the manufacturer has earmarked the name Varekai for it, which would certainly tie in nicely with the company's earlier V-named products.
Volkswagen's flagship Arteon may not be the flight of fancy the venerable Phaeton was, but it might have one trick up its sleeve, one the Phaeton never got. The British AutoExpress is reporting that the Arteon is going to get a shooting brake version, and another addition to the Arteon portfolio could be the 3.6-liter V6 engine that's currently fitted in the Atlas SUV.
After only 18 months on sale, the vultures of rumor have begun circling above the Lincoln Continental. Ford Authority says "sources intricately familiar with Ford Motor Company's future product plans" for the domestic luxury brand say the Continental won't get another chance at life after this generation. Those sources didn't detail Ford's reasons for dispatching the executioner on another sad task, but if this is true, even the reasons we can only guess make enough sense to justify the move.
If it works for Buick, why not let Mazda take a whack?
Nissan plans to study the case for a racy off-road version of the Navara pickup, in the vein of the Ford Ranger Raptor. That could lead to a hot Frontier for the U.S.
Leaked photos appear to show Ferrari's new Special Series V8 will be called the 488 Pista.
BMW will replace the 365-hp M2 with a 405-hp M2 Competition using a detuned M4 engine.
That huge wing has a lot of expectations to shoulder.
A Bimmerpost user claims the coming Toyota Supra will be a Toyota in name and design only, using BMW interior parts, trim materials, and colors.
Will it be enough to out-duel the next Tesla Roadster?
A 2.3-liter EcoBoost seems like a good fit.
Rumors continue that the next Porsche Boxster Spyder will get the 4.0-liter flat-six from the 911 GT3, rated around 430 hp.
The Explorer's gonna go back in time.
Honda reapplies to trademark the name CDX in the US, but still no word on if or when we'll get an Acura CDX.
Rumor has it Lexus will bring a production version of the UX concept compact crossover shown in 2016.