It was originally unveiled at the 1938 Berlin Motor Show.
Misc. Auto Shows
There's a history lesson in this futuristic EV concept.
Don't worry, that'll buff right out.
It can whip it good around the Nardo circuit 8 seconds faster than a Chiron.
It has a twin-turbo 3.6-liter flat-six with 450 horsepower.
Or it can be a two-seater when you want.
The I-Pace powertrain fits perfectly in the old E-Type.
Pointing the way toward an electrified future.
Wedgey, muscled droptop arrives 30 years after the BMW Z1.
Takes elements from the Vision GT concept and updates Chiron design.
EV supercar delivers 12 liters of champagne in the trunk.
You're looking at 1,350 hp and 1,280 lb-ft and a top speed beyond 280 mph.
If you love the classic Mustang and Ford cars in general, Mustang Alley at the Woodward Dream Cruise is the place to be in August if you're anywhere near Detroit, Michigan.
Eight-seat SUV twinned with Kia Telluride and perhaps called Palisade.
Even though Aston Martins and especially the DB5 are inseparably linked with James Bond lore, the late Roger Moore never drove an Aston Martin in a 007 film. Moore's disco-era Bond was instead seen in a flashy, wedge-shaped Lotus Esprit, and only in "The Persuaders" or "Cannonball Run" did he choose an Aston. But before any of those cars, before Moore's Bond career, there's one specific long-nosed coupe of Italianate design that's probably the perfect Roger Moore car. The Volvo 1800 S, from "The
Lamborghini unveiled a prototype named LM001 at the 1981 Geneva Auto Show that took the Cheetah concept a step further with an updated look.
Barn finds, Camaros, Corvettes, Mustangs, Pontiacs, Mopars and more
This gives the automakers control of the timing and location, helping increase the audience.
If you're just beginning to think about a new car and are doing your comparisons, attending a regional auto show is a great way to assess the marketplace.