Shortly after several leaked images made their way onto the Internet late last week, BMW has officially pulled the veil off of the 2014 BMW 4 Series coupe – which is a replacement for the bland and uninspiring 3 Series coupe and brings visually appealing styling and new technology that aims to give buyers an unforgettable performance coupe experience. Continue Reading →
Following on the heels of its official debut at the 2013 New York Auto Show earlier this year (which was covered by our own Editor-in-Chief and current CTS owner Chris Haak). Cadillac has officially unveiled the official pricing ladder for the redesigned four door which has been sharpened and honed by GM engineers to be a more focused contender for established rivals such as the BMW 5 Series and the redesigned 2014 Mercedes Benz E-Class. Continue Reading →
As Porsche begins preparing for its much-anticipated and triumphant return to the prototype class of racers participating at this years 24 hrs of Le Mans endurance race, the company has decided to give fans of its racing program an early pre-race present by unveiling new images of its latest LMP1 racing vehicle which were taken during its initial tests on the company’s Weissach test track. Continue Reading →
For the past several years Mopar (Chrysler’s in-house parts arm) has worked its collective magic on several Chrysler vehicles producing special editions such as the Mopar ’10 Challenger, Mopar ’11 Charger, and the Mopar ’12 300 that aimed to give buyers an opportunity to give each of these vehicles a distinct and unqiue personality that embodies the Mopar brand. Chrysler officially released the pricing for its newest Mopar-inspired creation, the 2013 Mopar ’13 Dart that aims to continue where its predecessors left off. Continue Reading →
Jeep has formally unveiled the official pricing of the upcoming 2014 Jeep Cherokee CUV, which revives the iconic Cherokee name and aims to reward buyers with new-found refinement and capability when it arrives on dealer lots later this year. Continue Reading →
Getting the Corolla right is of utmost importance to Toyota, which has moved nearly 40 million units over 10 different body styles since the nameplate debuted in 1966. Last night, Autosavant was invited to witness the unveiling of the 11th-generation, 2014 Corolla at its North American debut, in Santa Monica, Calif., and to see if the newest, more style-driven model is worthy of the Corolla name.
When the 2014 Mercedes Benz S-Class sedan was first unveiled last month, we were impressed with the high level of performance, technology, and safety features that were shoehorned into the company’s flagship for the 2014 model year. However, putting all of this technology into words alone only reveals a portion of what the car is capable of, and does not showcase how these applications work in the real world. To put all of the car’s new innovations and technology into a realistic perspective, the company has released a brief video showcasing the various features of the car in action during real-life driving scenarios as well as the first ever footage of the S-Class in motion.
Chevrolet has officially confirmed the official pricing of the 2014 Chevrolet SS Luxury Sport sedan which is the spiritual successor to the short-lived Pontiac G8, as well as the latest Holden-based vehicle to enter the United States. Continue Reading →
Designed to coincide with the 911′s ongoing 50th anniversary celebrations, Porsche has unveiled a special limited edition variant of the 911 which is expected to make its formal debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show this fall.
Following the release of its big brother, the 2014 Chevrolet Impala, as well as a torrent of criticism that has followed the current generation Malibu since its launch back in 2012. Chevrolet has pulled the veil off of the refreshed 2014 Malibu sedan which aims to silence its critics with its new styling and to bring the model in line with the brand’s new design language that debuted on the Impala. Malibu sales have trailed those of key rivals since the launch of the current generation.
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