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Video: Watch a Fixed-Crankshaft Engine Do Its Thing  Mar 6th, 2015 
You’re looking at one very clever piece of engineering. It’s an Adams-Farwell air-cooled, piston-driven, rotary engine—one of our 10 Most Unusual Engines of All Time. The crankshaft is fixed, connected to the frame of the car, while the crankcase rotates around it to drive the vehicle. In this case, that’s a 1906 Adams-Farwell 6A Convertible Roundabout. […] 
 
 
Hocus Focus: More Pricing Details for the 2015 Ford Focus than You Ever Wanted to Know  Mar 6th, 2015 
 
 
 
Hocus Focus: More Pricing Details for the 2015 Ford Focus than You Ever Wanted to Know  Mar 6th, 2015 
The Ford Focus received a friendly, Fusion-y refresh for 2015. Other than some minor body changes, suspension and steering tuning, new safety and body kit options, and a 1.0-liter three-cylinder EcoBoost engine option, it’s the same little car we like. Price increases range from $95 on the Titanium to $745 on the ST, with the electric […] 
 
 
Koenigsegg Would Rather Build a Sedan than Compete with the Porsche 911  Mar 6th, 2015 
Koenigsegg certainly wowed the automotive world at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Between the 1160-hp Agera RS and the absolutely mind-blowing Regera with 1500 horses and no conventional transmission, it’s safe to say that Christian von Koenigsegg’s namesake hypercar company is uninterested in following convention. Which is why it’s a bit surprising to hear that the madman-in-chief could […] 
 
 
How a Gaming Company Thinks It Can Reinvent the Gauge Cluster  Mar 6th, 2015 
For the past century, the design of your typical automotive dashboard gauge hasn’t changed much at all: numbers arranged on a dial, with a needle indicator. But more and more cars are ditching the mechanical gauges for digital displays, and it seems as if the bell is tolling for the old dials-and-pointers tradition. The increase […] 
 
 
2015 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Trail Boss: Promoted from Middle Management  Mar 6th, 2015 
Has the 2015 Chevy Colorado been biding its time at the middle-management level of off-road prowess, just waiting for the opportunity to move to the (outdoor) executive suite? Puzzled by this weird mashup of corporate talk and pickup trucks? So are we, but that’s where the newest edition of Chevy’s mid-size truck has led us: Meet the Colorado Z71 […] 
 
 
Audi Design Chief Marc Lichte Talks Next A8, Other Future Product  Mar 5th, 2015 
Marc Lichte took over as head of design at Audi in February 2014, and his influence can be seen already in the brand’s two most recent show cars, the Prologue coupe from Los Angeles and the Prologue Avant that was unveiled at Geneva. In an interview at the latter show, the former VW designer told us […] 
 
 
11 Gorgeous Classic Rides We Found at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show  Mar 5th, 2015 
The coolest cars on display in Geneva weren't necessarily the newest. 
 
 
Aston Martin CEO: Electric DBX Will Help Ensure Brand’s Survival, Increase Its Appeal to Women  Mar 5th, 2015 
It’s fair to say that the Aston Martin DBX concept was high on the list of stuff we really weren’t expecting to see when we turned up at the 2015 Geneva show—our reaction was actually closer to “Whoa! Wait, what?” as Aston yanked the sheet from its electric-powered crossover-sports-coupe-thing. But, auto-show flash aside, the vehicle apparently is being rushed […] 
 
 
It’s Alive! 2016 Mazda Miata Production Begins!  Mar 5th, 2015 
 
 
 
Aston Martin CEO: Electric DBX Will Help Ensure Brand’s Survival, Increase Its Appeal to Women  Mar 5th, 2015 
 
 
 
Video: Here’s How Ken Block Shakes Down the 845-hp Hoonicorn Mustang  Mar 5th, 2015 
Remember Ken Block’s insane, 845-hp, all-wheel-drive “Hoonicorn” ’65 Mustang? It was the vehicular star of Gymkhana 7, 12 minutes of absolute tire-shredding fury filmed in the wild streets of Los Angeles. Today comes video of Block doing a shakedown run in the Hoonicorn, entirely naked and doorless. No, no, the car was naked and doorless, you […] 
 
 
Ga. Legislators Table Tesla Bill  Mar 5th, 2015 
Dealers in Georgia have convinced legislators to table a bill that would allow Tesla to continue selling vehicles directly to consumers in the state. 
 
 
CNA National Named Finalist for BBB Award  Mar 5th, 2015 
The Better Business Bureau of Central, Northern and Western Arizona named the F&I product provider a finalist for the 2015 BBB Business Ethics Awards. 
 
 
Consumers Relying on Financing, Experian Reports  Mar 5th, 2015 
In 2014’s fourth quarter, the percentage of new vehicles purchased with financing increased over the previous year to reach 84%, according to Experian Automotive’s latest State of the Automotive Finance Market report. 
 
 
GSFSGroup Hries New Compliance Director  Mar 5th, 2015 
GSFSGroup has selected Lewis Kuhl as its senior counsel and director of regulatory compliance. Kuhl will be responsible for ensuring that F&I products and the company’s clients are in in compliance with state laws. 
 
 
Our Picks for the Very Best from the 2015 Geneva Auto Show  Mar 5th, 2015 
After days of champagne, executive interviews, debuts, and a ton of walking, we present our best of show for the 2015 Geneva auto show.  
 
 
The e-Golf Limited Edition Is a Cheaper VW EV  Mar 5th, 2015 
Short on dosh but desirous of Germanic electric mobility? Do the Herren und Damen and Volkswagen have a deal for you, Detleff! The company’s e-Golf Limited Edition hosts the same electrical innards as the fancier SEL, yet it costs nearly $2000 less. How’d Wolfsburg do it? Steelies replace the alloy wheels, the LED headlights get […] 
 
 
Macca Lecca Hi Macca Hiney Ho: McLaren CEO Spills Details on New Sports Series Models  Mar 5th, 2015 
The Geneva auto show wasn’t exactly short on new McLarens, with the 675LT and the P1 GTR both sitting on the company’s space-aged stand alongside a stunningly gorgeous, classic F1 GTR Longtail that was probably the most valuable car at the entire show. But when we got a chance to sit down with McLaren Automotive CEO […] 
 
 
First Impressions of the 2015 GMC Canyon  Mar 5th, 2015 
The new GMC Canyon offers an appealing blend of performance and cutting-edge technology. 
 
 
Mazda Announces Global Launch of CX-3 Compact Crossover SUV  Mar 5th, 2015 
The new crossover includes the full suite of SkyActiv technology. 
 
 
Mansory’s Chromed and Carbon-Fibered Golf Cart Is Magical  Mar 5th, 2015 
 
 
 
Mansory’s Chromed and Carbon-Fibered Golf Cart Is Magical  Mar 5th, 2015 
Dreams really can come true. That’s the message we get from ever-interesting tuner Mansory, which took a break from modding Rolls-Royces, Mercedes-Benzes, and Lotuses to apply its signature outlandish artistic touch to a golf cart. The outfit then putted that cart (which really isn’t new, but it’s new to us) to the 2015 Geneva auto show where […] 
 
 
The Spanish Supercar, Spania’s GTA Spano, Debuts at Geneva  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris Photos and Info: For When the Sprinter’s Too Big  Mar 4th, 2015 
Long a fixture on the automotive landscape, vans are rarely given a second thought. Born out of practicality, the vehicle type reached its peak during the custom-van craze of the 1970s. When that fad faded—sniff—it was back to work as usual for the box on wheels. But the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter showed tradesmen that productivity and […] 
 
 
2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris: For When the Sprinter’s Too Big – Official Photos and Info  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Video: You Won’t Be Able to Take Your Eyes Off This Cheap Škoda Hatchback  Mar 4th, 2015 
Bear with me through a few notations here. First: Yes, the wee blue hatchback shown above is the 2015 Škoda Fabia, built by the Czech subsidiary of Volkswagen. No, it’s not sold in North America. That won’t matter to you momentarily. Second: You’ll just have to excuse the headline on this article. I swear to you, it’s […] 
 
 
From the Golden Mouth of Sergio: New Miata-Based Fiat Roadster Is the 124 Spider  Mar 4th, 2015 
On Christmas Eve of last year, we brought you the news that Fiat had trademarked “124” and “124 Spider,” names which in all likelihood would be applied to the roadster derived from Mazda’s new MX-5. Speaking to the press during the Geneva auto show, FCA main man Sergio Marchionne went ahead and made it official: […] 
 
 
Same Car, Different Label: Acura NSX With Honda Badges Unveiled for Europe  Mar 4th, 2015 
What looks like an Acura NSX, talks like an Acura NSX, and even smells like an Acura NSX? The NSX . . . by Honda. Indeed, just as was the case with the original NSX, Honda will sell a version with its “H” badge on the hood, decklid, and steering wheel in the European and […] 
 
 
Smart Teases Future Brabus Variants with New Concepts  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Same Car, Different Label: Acura NSX With Honda Badges Unveiled for Europe  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Goodyear’s Concept Tires Shift Shapes and Generate Electricity  Mar 4th, 2015 
There was a time when concept cars exhibited such radical pie-in-the-sky thinking that you wondered whether the designers used LSD or had their six-year-olds draw the first sketches. With automakers now rigidly focused on making money, it seems the tire manufacturers are the primary generators of mind-melting creativity these days. That’s certainly the case at the 2015 […] 
 
 
Bedtime for Box-o: Chevy Offering Bed-Delete Option on Colorado  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
The Next Chevy Malibu Will Look Great If This Teaser Is Anything to Go By  Mar 4th, 2015 
Whoa, check out the swoopy fastback profile. Dig the way the rear glass flows into a subtle lip spoiler, which pans out into broad rear shoulders with a rising character line. It’s very Tesla Model S-meets-Audi A7. So which European executive-level luxury badge will we find on the nose? None other than the gold bow tie of prestige: This […] 
 
 
Bedtime for Box-o: Chevy Offering Bed-Delete Option on Colorado  Mar 4th, 2015 
People who love to work require vehicles suited to their trades. We suppose those who abhor work but trudge through it everyday anyway require the same thing. In a bid to make Colorado fleet models the ones for fleets to have, Chevy has decided to offer its mid-size pickup with a box-delete option, allowing customers and/or their […] 
 
 
The Spanish Supercar, Spania’s GTA Spano, Debuts at Geneva  Mar 4th, 2015 
A step up from the sad-ham body-kit hucksters at the Geneva auto show are the guys with a dream to build a supercar and the wherewithal to cobble at least one example together. Sometimes, it’s a scam. Other times, somebody dares to go out on a limb and live the childhood dream of every car guy […] 
 
 
EDAG, Yo: German Engineering Firm Creates Odd “Light Cocoon” Concept  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
The 8 Hottest Track Cars of the 2015 Geneva Auto Show  Mar 4th, 2015 
When your exotic no longer feels exotic, you need a limited-edition track car. See the hottest of the apex-scorchers from the Geneva auto show at Car and Driver.  
 
 
Lo, A Unicorn is Born: Volkswagen Debuts Sporty GTD Diesel Station Wagon  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
New-Car Transaction Prices Climb in February, KBB Reports  Mar 4th, 2015 
New-car prices increased 3.6% over last February, with Hyundai-Kia showing the largest percentage gain of all major OEMs. 
 
 
Mass. Dealer Sued for Selling Defective Cars  Mar 4th, 2015 
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a complaint against a used-car dealer who allegedly had customers fill out blank contracts and then charged them at least twice the agreed-upon price for defective cars. 
 
 
Revised European Toyota Auris Previews the New iM Hatch for Scion  Mar 4th, 2015 
We’ve known for a while now that Scion is getting at least two new models in 2015, and that one of the new vehicles, the iM, would be based on the European-market Toyota Auris. Well, at the 2015 Geneva auto show, Toyota rolled out a face-lifted Auris—so we assume that gives us our clearest indication yet […] 
 
 
Revised European Toyota Auris Previews the New iM Hatch for Scion  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Suzuki, Which Still Exists, Brings Two Tiny Concepts to Geneva  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Thank You for Smoking: Ford Explains the Focus RS’s “Drift Mode”  Mar 4th, 2015 
The Geneva auto show brought confirmation that the new Ford Focus RS will feature what the company is calling “drift mode.” This immediately triggered thoughts of wannabe Hoonigans wrapping their cars, and possibly themselves, around solid objects as they tried to make their own gymkhana videos. Fortunately, a sit-down with Ford Performance boss Dave Pericak and the […] 
 
 
Thank You for Smoking: Ford Explains the Focus RS’s “Drift Mode”  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Smart Teases Future Brabus Variants with New Concepts  Mar 4th, 2015 
The forte of the Smart is fitting people and luggage in the tiniest possible space, zipping through city traffic, and finding parking in the most unlikely spots. Fun-to-drive character? Not so much. For straight-line performance and cornering ability, you have needed to look elsewhere. Anywhere else, in fact. With the third generation of the Fortwo, that’s […] 
 
 
The Superest Supercars from the 2015 Geneva Auto Show  Mar 4th, 2015 
In the land of exotics, these cars stood out for far more reason than they were simply new—they're fantastic. 
 
 
Ford’s Nifty Solution for Urban Traffic: App-Connected, Folding Electric Bikes  Mar 4th, 2015 
Urban traffic, quite simply, is horrible. It’s bad enough outside the doors of Car and Driver‘s Manhattan satellite office, but in Europe, where city centers were mostly laid out centuries before anyone dreamed up the automobile, it’s downright atrocious. But people still need to get around, either to go to work or to do their work. Ford […] 
 
 
MTM S3 Cabriolet: A Wee Thing with 420 Horsepower and a Top that Drops  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Suzuki, Which Still Exists, Brings Two Tiny Concepts to Geneva  Mar 4th, 2015 
Suzuki is a name that hasn’t graced the U.S. car market since late 2012, when the automaker finally tossed up its hands and admitted defeat. But the carmaker still has a presence in Europe, where tiny cars are king, and it brought two tidy little concepts to the Geneva motor show to highlight its new […] 
 
 
MTM S3 Cabriolet: A Wee Thing with 420 Horsepower and a Top that Drops  Mar 4th, 2015 
Audi’s A3 cabriolet isn’t exactly what we’d call a pulse-quickening enthusiast machine. While the hotter S3 version moves our needle a bit more, this MTM-fettled version of the latter positively breaks the dial. Even placed next to MTM’s bonkers 750-hp RS6 Avant and S8 Talladega at the 2015 Geneva auto show, the wee droptop S3 holds its own. For starters, […] 
 
 
Volvo V60 Gets Another Twin Engine Option in Europe, Still Doesn’t Actually Get Two Engines  Mar 4th, 2015 
It’s been said before and we’ll say it again: Volvo’s “Twin Engine” moniker for its plug-in hybrid powertrains sounds way cooler than it actually is. In the case of the 2016 XC90 T8 Twin Engine, Volvo at least backs up its optimistic name (which has us thinking of twin V-8s, one at each end of […] 
 
 
Ram 1500 EcoDiesel Named Truck of the Year by Esquire Magazine  Mar 4th, 2015 
Esquire Magazine recognizes the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel as Truck of the Year. 
 
 
FCA Warns Its Own Customers About Shady Hellcat Dealers  Mar 4th, 2015 
Damn near everybody loves the 707-hp Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and its four-door Charger sibling. And who wouldn’t? They pack supercar-beating horsepower into vehicles you can buy at the same neighborhood dealerships that blow Darts and Journeys out the door. Shockingly, it seems some dealers are all too willing to accept deposits on the very-limited Hellcats, […] 
 
 
Italdesign Giugiaro Rolls Out the (Virtual) Red Carpet with Handsome, Autonomous GEA Concept  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Everything You Need to See from Day One of the 2015 Geneva Auto Show  Mar 4th, 2015 
The annual automotive bacchanal known as the Geneva auto show is full swing, and day one of the 2015 edition didn't disappoint. Check out the hottest debuts right here!  
 
 
Honda Supports Proposed Legislation to Require Car Owners to Complete All Recall Repairs  Mar 4th, 2015 
A new bill requiring all car owners to repair their recalled vehicles has been backed by Ralph Nader and Honda. If signed into law, the legislation introduced Monday by Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA, above left) and co-sponsored by Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) would encourage states, at the time of a new-vehicle registration or renewal, to […] 
 
 
Mansory Sahara Edition: A Camo’d G-wagen with F#@%ing Falcons on the Headrests  Mar 4th, 2015 
Do we even need to explain what eccentric high-dollar tuner Mansory is all about anymore? The outfit does pretty much whatever it wants to, often ignoring the aesthetic intentions of its subjects’ original designs and, well, taste. But that’s okay, because occasionally this zero-f–ks attitude births genius stuff like a hyperluxury golf cart or this camouflaged Mercedes-Benz […] 
 
 
Mansory Torofeo: A 1000-hp Lambo That’s Nearly, Uh, Tasteful?  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Italdesign Giugiaro Rolls Out the (Virtual) Red Carpet with Handsome, Autonomous GEA Concept  Mar 4th, 2015 
The Geneva auto show is known for its outside-the-box thinkers, and this year, we’re seeing a lot of designers rethinking cars in some very fundamental ways, some more visionary than others. Case in point, the autonomous Italdesign Giugiaro GEA sedan, which was penned by none other than former Audi design chief Wolfgang Egger. At 211 […] 
 
 
McLaren 675LT Limited to 500 Examples at $349,500 Each, Expected to Sell Out Within Days  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Mansory Sahara Edition: A Camo’d G-wagen with F#@%ing Falcons on the Headrests  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
Mansory Torofeo: A 1000-hp Lambo That’s Nearly, Uh, Tasteful?  Mar 4th, 2015 
  Like most automotive outlets, we’ve gleefully made fun of German tuning house Mansory before. The company doesn’t shy away from outlandishness—you might say it courts the image. But its latest offering, the 1000-hp, Lamborghini Huracán–based Torofeo, is messing with our heads in an unexpected way: It’s coming across as nearly tasteful. First off, that name: “Torofeo” […] 
 
 
Hard-Core BMW M4 GTS to Get Water-Injection System, Debut in August  Mar 4th, 2015 
The German manufacturers tend to take the Geneva auto show less seriously than the sausage-waving contest that is Frankfurt, and with the highlight of BMW’s display being the new 2-series Grand Tourer—a dull, seven-seat front-wheel-drive mini-minivan—there didn’t seem to be much news to be gathered from the Bavarians. Except, tucked away at the back of […] 
 
 
Bentley: Producing the Gorgeous Speed 6 Concept Would Be Easy  Mar 4th, 2015 
 
 
 
The New Ford GT Will Be Really, Really Expensive—and There Won’t Be Very Many of Them  Mar 4th, 2015 
Ever since we first set eyes on it we knew that the new Ford GT was going to be very expensive. We just weren’t quite prepared for how expensive, with Ford Performance boss Dave Pericak telling journalists here in Geneva that it’s going to cost about the same as a Lamborghini Aventador. Yes, really—a $400,000 Ford. […] 
 
 
Bentley: Producing the Gorgeous Speed 6 Concept Would Be Easy  Mar 4th, 2015 
The official line on the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 is that it’s nothing more than a toe-in-the-water concept, a corporate tease to see if enough people scream “yes” to the idea of a smaller Bentley sports car, and wave their wallets with equal enthusiasm, to make it worth doing. We suspect it’s considerably more than […] 
 
 
McLaren 675LT Limited to 500 Examples at $349,500 Each, Expected to Sell Out Within Days  Mar 4th, 2015 
On the floor of the 2015 Geneva auto show today, McLaren announced that production of its new 675LT supercar will be strictly limited to 500 units and that all will be coupes. Furthermore, during a brief one-on-one chat, McLaren CFO Richard Molyneux told us that he expected the order bank to be “well within sight” of the […] 
 
 
Boyds Wheels Acquires the Boyd Coddington Brands  Mar 4th, 2015 
Boyds Wheels announced today that it has acquired the Boyd Coddington brands for specialty wheels. 
 
 
2016 Audi R8 e-tron: The Electrified R8 Finally Arrives – Official Photos and Info  Mar 3rd, 2015 
  
 
 
Frank Costanza and the Browncoats: Rolls-Royce Introduces Incredible Phantom Serenity  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Not content with the Jack White fab of the Al-Adiyat series of cars announced mere days ago, Rolls-Royce has pulled the wraps from a one-off fancy-plus-fancy sled whose name will have the tickers of Seinfeld and Firefly fans alike all aflutter: Serenity. While the new Bugatti Veyron La Finale uses a leather called “Silk” to […] 
 
 
Sales of Huge-Dollar Luxury Cars Are Through the Roof—and Still Growing  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Speaking in Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession, a 2004 documentary on early cable television, screenwriter and director Alexander Payne said, “You don’t know you’re living in a golden age when you’re in it.” That may be true for cable—a business well past its prime—but those of us who keep tabs on the automotive industry recognize how stupendous it […] 
 
 
The 1160-hp Koenigsegg Agera RS Isn’t as Insane as the Regera—But It’s Still Damn Insane  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Koenigsegg clearly didn’t get the memo about launching only one 1000-plus-hp hypercar per motor show—it has launched a second one to Geneva to accompany the almighty 1500-hp Regera. Compared to its part-electric hellion sibling—one can’t really compare it to much else—the new, twin-turbo-V-8–powered Agera RS looks like a relatively tame affair, having to make do with […] 
 
 
The 1160-hp Koenigsegg Agera RS Isn’t as Insane as the Regera—But It’s Still Damn Insane  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Frank Costanza and the Browncoats: Rolls-Royce Introduces Incredible Phantom Serenity  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Toyota Is Killing the Venza, We Posit Some Useless Ploys to Save It  Mar 3rd, 2015 
And the Venza is dead. After June, no more Camry-based chunky wago-thingies will emerge from Toyota’s Georgetown, Kentucky, plant. At least for our market. Export models will continue to be churned out until September 2017, reports Automotive News. Like the issue of Car and Driver in your mailbox and the website you’re looking at right […] 
 
 
Hyundai Recalls 205,000 Elantras for Steering Issue, Kia 12,000 Sorentos for Throttle Problem  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Hyundai and Kia are recalling a total of 217,129 cars in the U.S. for respective problems with the power steering and accelerator-pedal sensors, according to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. On 2008–2010 Elantra and Elantra Touring models, electronic interference can cause the steering-wheel torque sensor to disable the electric power assist. […] 
 
 
Fast and Lusso: Touring Superleggera’s F12-Based Berlinetta Lusso Is Gorgeous  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Ten years ago, Ferrari 250 Lussos were somewhat reasonably priced, perhaps even undervalued cars. Then Steve McQueen’s brown one sold for a jillion smackers. That, coupled with an overall rising tide in the sports-car collector market, especially where Ferraris and Porsches were concerned, made the Lusso a thing to have with a capital Thing. So it’s […] 
 
 
Fast and Lusso: Touring Superleggera’s F12-Based Berlinetta Lusso Is Gorgeous  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz “Concept V-ision e” Is a Cool PHEV Van With an Iffy Name  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Audi Debuts LMS Racing Version of All-New R8, We Drool  Mar 3rd, 2015 
The all-new 2016 Audi R8 is lighter and more powerful than its predecessor—which makes it a great basis for a thoroughbred race car. The first generation of the R8, of course, has been raced all over the globe and is immensely successful and popular with the teams that run it. And its successor is almost guaranteed to […] 
 
 
Tally Bally Ho! Morgan’s New Aero 8 Goes Back to Basics  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Tally Bally Ho! Morgan’s New Aero 8 Goes Back to Basics  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Things change slowly at Morgan, and often not at all. Britain’s longest-established sports-car maker is now 106 years old, and many of its more successful models have barely changed for decades. But the new Aero 8, freshly unveiled at Geneva, draws its inspiration from the company’s more recent past: the Aero 8 that was launched […] 
 
 
2016 Audi R8 e-tron: The Electrified R8 Finally Arrives  Mar 3rd, 2015 
The Audi R8 e-tron project goes back at least six years. First it was on, then it was off, but now it’s back on again: The company has officially debuted the fully electrified version of the equally new second-generation R8, internally referred to as the R8 e-tron 2.0. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz “Concept V-ision e” Is a Cool PHEV Van With an Iffy Name  Mar 3rd, 2015 
While knowing that all eyes at the Mercedes stand would invariably be glued to the ready-to-rumble AMG GT3, Mercedes decided to bring some other stuff to Geneva, anyway. Including the Concept V-ision e. Based on the company’s Vito/V-class light van, the V-ision e’s name is painful, but we otherwise find it pretty neat. Featuring a plug-in […] 
 
 
Audi Debuts LMS Racing Version of All-New R8, We Drool  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Torq from Ork: The Wackiest Concept at Geneva?  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Back when concept cars used to be called “dream cars,” they often represented not just way-out styling but also wacky thinking. This year’s Geneva auto show has its share of concept cars, but the Torq, by the Italian engineering and design company ED, is one that ascends to the level of dream car. And a […] 
 
 
J.D. Power: In-Car Tech Impacting Dependability, Brand Loyalty  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Bluetooth connectivity and voice recognition issues are the most frequently reported problems after three years of ownership, according to J.D. Power's 2015 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study. 
 
 
New-Car Transaction Prices Climb in February, KBB Reports  Mar 3rd, 2015 
New-car prices increased 3.6% over last February, with Hyundai-Kia showing the largest percentage gain of all major OEMs. 
 
 
Experian’s AutoCheck Integrates with AutoAlert  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Experian Automotive’s AutoCheck vehicle history reports are now integrated with AutoAlert’s Deal Sheet function, cutting down the time needed to prepare customer presentations. 
 
 
Must Watch: Honda Civic Type R Lays Down Record-Smashing Nürburgring Lap  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Ready to have your preconceptions about front-wheel drive blown right out of your skull? Honda just released video (embedded in this post) of a 2015 Civic Type R prototype lapping the Nürburgring in 7:50.63. That’s just 10 seconds off the pace of the Porsche Cayman GT4 and only 30 seconds behind the brand-new Porsche 911 […] 
 
 
Wild SCG003 Supercar Racer Debuts—Plus There’s a Hot Street Version  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Jim Glickenhaus is through building new supercars just for himself. His new company, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, is having its big coming out party at the Geneva show. On display are two cars, one for the race and one for the street. The former will be officially on sale, and advance orders for the latter will be taken. […] 
 
 
Aston Martin DBX Concept Revealed: A Lifted, AWD, Electric Crossover Preview  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Aston Martin evidently has decided that selling only GT cars—and we’re including the four-door Rapide in that categorization—is a strategy fated to keep sales volumes cripplingly small. And indeed, the brand sold just a little more than 4000 units worldwide last year. Thus, it is moving to make its Lagonda sedan available in markets other […] 
 
 
Nissan Sway Concept Debuts, Brings Beauty to Euro Subcompact Segment  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Nissan Sway Concept Debuts, Brings Beauty to Euro Subcompact Segment  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Nissan’s design team has really been turning up the wick lately, and now we get to see how a Euro-centric hatchback would look wearing the brand’s latest design language. In a word: awesome. It’s not always easy to make a little five-door look good, but Nissan appears to have made a subcompact that looks really good, […] 
 
 
Aston Martin DBX Concept: A Gorgeous, Lifted, AWD Electric Sports Car – Auto Shows  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Wild SCG003 Supercar Racer Debuts—Plus There’s a Hot Street Version  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Koenigsegg Regera: 1500 Horsepower, Single-Speed Gearbox – Official Photos and Info  Mar 3rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Koenigsegg Regera Revealed: 1500 Horsepower, Single-Speed Transmission  Mar 3rd, 2015 
Koenigsegg has built fewer cars during its entire existence than Ferrari produces in a single week, and yet the Swedish hypercar manufacturer has become disproportionally adept at winning headlines. Take for example the Regera, the company’s all-new model and a car that makes the 1341-hp One:1 that we drove not long ago look slightly underpowered. […] 
 
 
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