1996 was the final year for Camry wagons in North America.
The weird wagon was once owned by Jamiroquai.
Volvo doubles down on wagons, and this one's a winner
Remember that Tesla Model S shooting brake we told you about a few months ago? No, not that Dutch-customizer version, which has yet to see the light of day, so far as we can tell. We're talking about the wagonized version from British outfit Qwest Norfolk. The finished version was just featured in a new episode of U.K. YouTube show Fully Charged.
Italian outfit Ares Design wants to give it a far more luxurious interior.
The Tesla conversions are coming fast and furious.
A design-forward conversion of a design-forward electric car.
It's cheaper than competitors like the Volvo V60 Cross Country and Audi A4 Allroad.
Will we love it more than the sedans?
All signs point to Buick finally bringing the most practical Insignia to our market as a Regal. We got wind of a focus group testing the idea, Buick has trademarked the name Regal Tour X.
With around 600 horsepower from a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8, the Mercedes-AMG E63's looks have a lot to live up to. But based on this video, we think it'll be okay.
There was a time when the station wagon was the default cargo- and family-hauling North American machine. What's the best one ever?
Jaguar's chief designer Ian Callum told journalists at the launch of the new F-Pace that the company won't be making any more wagons... just crossovers.
Seat manages to hustle its heavier Leon ST Cupra wagon around the Nürburgring faster not only than its own record-setting three-door counterpart, but faster than any other wagon.
The Audi Prologue Avant Concept will debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, and it serves as a look into the future at what Audi's next range-topping wagon may look like. We're impressed.
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Of all the shops turning out cool hardware these days, few get us as excited as Icon. And while their off-road beasts are heart-stopping in their execution and attention to detail, it's the company's Derelict line that really gets us grinning. Icon founder Jonathon Ward swung by Jay Leno's Garage to show off his latest creation: a 1952 Chrysler/DeSoto wagon with modern bones underneath. Ward started with a Chrysler Town and Country wagon before swapping over a DeSoto front clip for a little more