The Honda CR-Z isn't the most popular model on the block. In fact, we're a little surprised that it's still around, given that the CR-Z has been Honda's lowest-selling model.
In a week when marriage is making headlines, it's only appropriate that one of the biggest hitch-ups in automotive history is set to be solemnized this weekend.
2015 Acura NSX prototypeEnlarge Photo
Prototypes for Acura’s second-generation NSX are currently being tested at the Nürburgring, with one of the cars even burning to ground in late July. Despite the setback, Acura is confident the new NSX will be ready for launch in 2015 and that it will meet some pretty lofty goals set by the company.
The current Mercedes-Benz M-Class first arrived as a 2012 model, and soon the popular luxury SUV will receive a mid-cycle update. These are the newest spy shots of a prototype for the updated SUV, which we expect to be launched on the market next year, as a 2016 model.
Ferrari chief engineer Roberto Fedeli, the man who headed the development of some of the world’s best performance cars like the LaFerrari, F12 Berlinetta and 458 Italia, will soon be working for BMW.
2014 BMW i3Enlarge Photo
The BMW i3 electric car takes risks, and not just with its plug-in powertrain. A radical design and carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic body shell make the i3 unlike most other cars on the road.
Start-stop systems have finally started to arrive on U.S. new cars in noticeable numbers. The systems, which simply turn off a car's engine when it's sitting stationary and then switch it back on as the driver's foot starts to lift off the brake, are now fitted to 7 percent of new cars sold in the U.S.
Both state governments and individual consumers are striving for increased energy efficiency, so it's natural to wonder how much progress is being made.