2015 Dodge Challenger SRT HellcatEnlarge Photo
Would you pay $60,000 for a brand-new, factory warrantied car with 707 horsepower? The 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat is the most powerful muscle car ever, and Chrysler has priced it at just $60,990, including destination.
Deciding that it's better to be safe than sorry, BMW has announced that it will replace all passenger-side front airbags in 3-Series vehicles from the 2000-2006 model years.
Today, U.S. traffic fatality rates hover near historic lows -- in fact, the number of deaths has fallen 23 percent over the past nine years alone. In 2012 (the most recent annual stats available), 33,561 people were killed on U.S. roads, and while that number is still high, it's worth noting that America hasn't seen a figure that low since 1953.
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The name Mustang is as intrinsically linked with aviation as it is with automobiles, so it seems appropriate that Ford's latest one-off Mustang build has been inspired by one of America's latest fighter jets.
These are the latest spy shots of Land Rover’s all-new Discovery Sport, the replacement for the LR2. The vehicle was spotted at the Nürburgring and on some of the German race track’s surrounding roads, where it is being extensively tested ahead of its reveal later this year, most likely at the 2014 Paris Auto Show in October.
Fans of Lexus’ stunning LF-LC concept car from the 2012 Detroit Auto Show will be glad to know that the production version, which is tipped to revive the SC badge, will look almost identical to the concept. The information was revealed by Lexus’ European chief Alain Uyttenhoven, who said he’s seen the designs for the production version and that the LF-LC concept was anything between 90 and 100 percent representative of the car.
2016 Mazda 2 (Japanese model)Enlarge Photo
Mazda has revealed the first official pictures and details of the new Mazda 2 subcompact. Unsurprisingly, it bears striking resemblance to the Hazumi concept launched at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, and utilizes the firm's now-standard 'Kodo' design language.
Daimler will be hoping that third time is the charm with the new third-generation 2016 Smart Fortwo and its four-seat counterpart. The all-new models have now been revealed in all their glory at the launch event in Berlin, and while several facets of the brand's values remain, a whole lot has changed too.
Two years ago, we described the difference between high-volume electric cars and "compliance cars"--those built in very limited numbers solely to meet California rules that require a certain number of zero-emission vehicles to be sold each year.