The M3 is back, and it's quite a bit different from the last BMW to wear the badge, from the bodywork right down to the engine. It's dropped two cylinders and a fair amount of weight, as BMW claws back at critics like us who charged the last V-8-powered M3 had gotten too thick around the middle, and too electronic in its driving feel.
It's been another frantic new year in the auto industry--record recalls haven't slowed down a record number of introductions this year, with automakers rolling out redesigned versions of familiar nameplates, as well as plenty of all-new entries.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. And to some drivers, one of life’s little joys is one that involves putting down the top, opening up to the sky, and feeling a little wind in your hair—in one of many the many convertibles the market has to offer.
2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat VIN0001
If you were hoping to get your hands on the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat with VIN0001, you’re too late as the car has already been sold. It went up for auction last month at a Barrett-Jackson event in Las Vegas and was eventually sold for a staggering $825,000, with all the proceeds donated to charity.
Concept versions of Acura’s second-generation NSX supercar have been hitting the auto show scene since early 2012 but now we have new spy shots of the production version that will be hitting showrooms next year, most likely as a 2016 model.
Porsche is in the final stages of development of a more hardcore version of its track-focused 911 GT3, the infamous 911 GT3 RS, and now a photo of the car in scale model form has surfaced. This is actually the second time we’re seeing a scale model of the new GT3 RS, and this time around some extra details can be seen.
2014 Tesla Model S
It's time once more for our annual Best Car To Buy award. It's the fifth time we've chosen the one car or lineup, newly introduced for this model year, that represents the best new green car to enter the market.
Suppose auto dealers in a neighboring state pressured their DoT to make Tesla Motors stop giving test drives of its Model S electric car--the same kind it now offers in more than a dozen other states. What would you do?
Mazda's entry into the growing subcompact crossover segment is almost here. The Japanese carmaker has hinted at a crossover that would slot below the CX-5 in its lineup, and now it appears that vehicle--likely dubbed the 2016 Mazda CX-3--will debut in just a few weeks.