As time marches on, even icons needs a little nip and tuck now and then. Such was the case for the 2018 Ford Mustang, which, three years removed from the biggest update ever made to a Mustang (independent rear suspension, finally!), received a restyling to keep it looking fresh. The results felt controversial at first blush, but as reality set in and we've started seeing the stallions in the wild, it now seems like a natural progression of the pony car.
Rolls-Royce has announced a new bespoke collection for its Wraith 2-door luxury coupe that is highlighted, literally, by a headliner full of glittering shooting stars. It's called the Wraith Luminary Collection and its production will be limited to just 55 examples.
There's been plenty of uncertainty surrounding the future of the Lincoln Continental, revived only 18 months ago but struggling to move units as sedans submit subduction-style to the boom in crossovers. We recently shared a report that the Continental won't live to see another generation after selling just 18,846 units.
Volkswagen has opted to offer the sporty R-Line design package to its all-new 2019 Arteon. The gussied-up four-door coupe will make its public debut at the New York International Auto Show next week and will be available on every trim level when the Arteon goes on sale in the fall.
More than just a bunch of 911's.
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster and Veloster Turbo are here. Continuing the two-plus-one door layout, the Veloster features a few new upgrades including a new grille. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
It's one of the most rare and coveted prewar sports cars.
A design-forward conversion of a design-forward electric car.
The Urban EV will spawn a production Honda EV on sale in Europe starting in 2020 followed by Japan afterward.
Suzuki's head of design discusses e-Survivor SUV concept and his personal inspirations
Designing as a box. On purpose.
Geneva Motor Show could see a new Two-Door Giulia Couple. Possibly named Giulia Sprint
Leaked footage of a new Boston Dynamics Nightmare Inducing Robot. A self balancing robot on two wheels.
What does it mean? Perhaps that Faraday's future is a bit more normal looking than the FFZERO1 concept.