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The Sports Car Is Dead. Does Anyone Care?
The Sports Car Is Dead. Does Anyone Care?

Porsche will unveil a new model this month -- one that would've been almost unthinkable a decade ago. It's a compact crossover called the Macan, and when it arrives in showrooms in early 2015, it's expected to cost around $40,000. If the Wall Street Journal and others are correct, the relatively...Read More»

2012 Porsche 911
2012 Porsche 911, Fiat, 2012 Honda CR-V, 2013 Infiniti JX: Car News Headlines

Mercedes-Benz will build the M-Class Coupe in Alabama. [TheCarConnection] The 2012 Porsche 911 has been caught on video with barely any disguise. [MotorAuthority] Infiniti has released another teaser image of the upcoming 2013 JX Concept. [FamilyCarGuide] Will the 2012 Honda CR-V be best-in-class?...Read More»

2009 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept
What Should The Next-Gen Corvette Be Like? #YouTellUs

The Chevrolet Corvette is an American icon, but it is finally ready for a refresh. Chevrolet has already told us that the next-generation Corvette (C7) is on the way soon, though very few details have leaked out. Design Chief Ed Welburn has already confirmed the C7 will feature a split-rear window...Read More»

2009 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept
What Do You Want To See In The Next-Gen Corvette? #YouTellUs

The current Corvette is a terrific sports car, but it is starting to show its age. Chevrolet has told us a new model is on the way and will feature numerous improvements. One of the promised improvements will be a much nicer interior. The seats will be upgraded and the materials, along with...Read More»

Porsche prototype testing, from the Porsche Facebook page
Porsche Creates Controversy With New Facebook Photo

Art students learn that good work is about contrast. Black and white, filigree and shadow, weight and airiness: look at your favorite paintings and photographs, and you'll find that most rely on some kind of tension. Porsche is pushing that tension in a new photo posted to its Facebook page -- and...Read More»

2001 Toyota Celica GTS
Toyota Fast-Tracks Development Of New Sports Car

Fans of Toyota's sporting history have often lamented the current lineup of perfectly competent yet decidedly boring offerings, going so far as to describing some of its products as the ‘appliances’ of the auto world. Exciting models like the Supra, Celica and MR-2 may all be distant memories...Read More»

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