2015 Audi A3 Sedan - First Drive, March 2014
With the 2015 A3 and S3, Audi has a new entry-level family of cars that completes a circle. Going back almost two decades, Audi brought over its first compacts under the A4 nameplate; while the A4's been growing larger, and has outgrown its original mission, the redesigned A3 sedan steps in—almost exactly the same size as that original A4.
If you’re shopping for a minivan, you’re probably looking at one of the four best sellers — the Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, the Chrysler Town & Country, and the Dodge Grand Caravan. This year, Kia hopes you’ll take a look at a fifth new model—the new Sedona.
If you’re heading out for a long drive this holiday weekend, you might find thanks in seeing family and friends—and in seeing that you’re spending a lot less on gasoline this year.
Teaser for Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class Coupe AMG Sport
We’ve known for some time that Mercedes-AMG was planning a new range of performance vehicles to fill the gap between Mercedes-Benz’s range-topping variants and its own dedicated high-performance cars. We can now confirm that the new range is to be grouped under the AMG Sport heading.
Buyers of the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 are probably more interested in 0-60 times and grip levels than fuel economy, but those numbers are now available for the curious.
These are the latest spy shots of a prototype for the 2016 BMW 7-Series, the next generation of BMW’s flagship sedan. The automaker is taking an evolutionary approach with the styling of its next 7-Series, code-named the G11, although the latest prototype does reveal a slightly sporty demeanor characterized by its low and wide front.
BMW i3 at DC fast-charging station
The BMW i3 electric car appears ready to enter its second model year with a few more items on its list of standard equipment. DC fast charging, seat heaters, and satellite radio will be standard on 2015 BMW i3 models, according to an interview with a pair of BMW executives.
When it comes to curtailing carbon emissions, California leads the way. Its policies promoting clean energy and zero-emission vehicles are the most comprehensive of any state, and have strong public support.
"We're not gonna take it anymore!" If you're of a certain age, that line likely brings back memories of a 30-year-old Twisted Sister song.