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Sexy Sedans and Brute Utes: Infiniti Design Chief Talks Flagships Sexy Sedans and Brute Utes: Infiniti Design Chief Talks Flagships
- Now that the towering Infiniti QX80 SUV finally looks suitable to serve as a flagship of the SUV lineup, we posed some questions to Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti’s head of design. The brand has gone without a proper flagship sedan since the Q45 departed in 2006, so we asked what plans the company might...
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New Toyota Supra Won’t Be a Toyota New Toyota Supra Won’t Be a Toyota
The new Toyota Supra may be the most highly anticipated car since the return of the Chevy Camaro. Theories regarding what it will look like and what will power it have captivated the Internet for a good 18 months. Maybe even since the Supra was discontinued all the way back in 2002. We now know it’s...
New Toyota Supra Won’t Be a Toyota »
No More Two-Door: Land Rover Kills Range Rover Evoque Coupe No More Two-Door: Land Rover Kills Range Rover Evoque Coupe
- The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque bids adieu to its two-door coupe body style for the 2018 model year in the United States while simultaneously welcoming an all-new turbocharged four-cylinder engine under its shapely hood. - Marking its seventh model year of sales, the 2018 Evoque will continue to...
No More Two-Door: Land Rover Kills Range Rover Evoque Coupe »
You Can Now Subscribe to Porsche, But Should You? You Can Now Subscribe to Porsche, But Should You?
If you can’t afford a Porsche, you probably can’t afford Porsche’s new subscription program, either. The idea behind Porsche Passport, which launches in Atlanta next month, is to provide subscribers with any model of Porsche they wish at any time they wish. It’s a compelling idea, but the privilege won’t...
You Can Now Subscribe to Porsche, But Should You? »
Nissan—Finally—Officially Confirms That a Next-Gen Frontier Pickup Is Happening Nissan—Finally—Officially Confirms That a Next-Gen Frontier Pickup Is Happening
- Nissan’s mid-size Frontier pickup truck is one of the most antiquated vehicle designs you can buy new today, with the current generation dating to the 2005 model year. We had started to wonder about the fate of the Frontier, as questions about a next-generation model went unanswered for years....
Nissan—Finally—Officially Confirms That a Next-Gen Frontier Pickup Is Happening »
2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 4MOTION Tested: We Put the Three-Row Version through Its Paces 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 4MOTION Tested: We Put the Three-Row Version through Its Paces
- If bigger is indeed better, then the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan ought to be the best compact crossover SUV sold today. Measuring 185.1 inches stem to stern, VW’s all-new Tiguan overshadows every vehicle in its class. It’s also nearly a foot longer than its predecessor. Credit Volkswagen’s decision...
2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 4MOTION Tested: We Put the Three-Row Version through Its Paces »
Chinese Brand Great Wall Reportedly Wants to Buy Jeep from FCA Chinese Brand Great Wall Reportedly Wants to Buy Jeep from FCA
- Chinese manufacturer Great Wall Motor Company claims it wants to become the world’s biggest sport-utility brand. Originally an SUV- and truck-specific company, Great Wall has grown in recent years to build cars as well and has ambitious plans to expand into other markets, including the United...
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Ford Ranger “Raptor” Spied Again Hiding Special Chassis Bits Ford Ranger “Raptor” Spied Again Hiding Special Chassis Bits
- Ford might rule the full-size truck world in the United States, but it has a gap the size of a small pickup in its lineup. That’s about to change, as Ford announced that it is finally bringing back the Ranger, along with the super-hyped Bronco SUV, to the land of 50 states. Dearborn’s former...
Ford Ranger “Raptor” Spied Again Hiding Special Chassis Bits »
General Motors Restructuring International Markets To Strengthen Global Business General Motors Restructuring International Markets To Strengthen Global Business
General Motors has announced “key restructuring actions” for its international business to increase overall financial health. The move comes as GM is looking to focus capital and resources on opportunities expected to yield higher returns, according to a press release from the automaker. “As...
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Ride Time: Lincoln Expands Chauffeur Service to Second Market Ride Time: Lincoln Expands Chauffeur Service to Second Market
- Before there was digital, there was analog, and before we enter a world of self-driving cars, we’re still going to need ordinary humans to do the driving. So what’s a digital car owner to do in an analog age? Lincoln thinks it has the answer with its Lincoln Chauffeur service. - Lincoln Chauffeur...
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