Actor Jon Hamm in a 1964 Chrysler Imperial Convertible during the filming of Mad Men
If you collect celebrity memorabilia and you have a thing for vintage cars, please sit down, because this might be a little overwhelming: the 1964 Chrysler Imperial Convertible that Jon Hamm's character, Don Draper, drove in Mad Men is up for bid on eBay.
This is the year in which the subcompact SUV segment really takes off, and two of the highest-volume new entries are likely to be the 2015 Chevrolet Trax and the 2015 Jeep Renegade.
The Ford Fiesta and Hyundai Accent both fall into the category of subcompacts, which have often been first cars for new drivers or purchased as an extra car by drivers who simply want the most basic of transportation--usually for no more than one person.
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
There are few cars that better suit the description “a race car built for the road” than the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which racing driver Brendon Hartley sets out to determine in this latest video.
We’ve already seen two trailers and a Super Bowl spot for Furious 7, the seventh installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise, and now we’ve got a new, extended look video that reveals close to three minutes of the upcoming movie.
Hot on the heels of last week’s confirmation of Mercedes-Benz’s V-Class-based Metris mid-size van for the U.S. market, the German automaker has now announced that the next generation of its full-size Sprinter van will be built at a new plant located in Charleston, South Carolina.
Nissan Sway Concept
The Nissan Sway concept, shown this past week at the Geneva Motor Show, consolidates some of Nissan’s design themes into a single expression that’s important for Europe. Although it’s worth wondering: Are we also seeing a first glimpse of the look of the next Nissan Leaf electric car?
The announcement that the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric car will go into production within 18 months seemingly sent shockwaves through the auto industry. GM's crosstown rival Ford, which has sold hybrids for more than 10 years but shown little love for battery-electric cars, now seems to feel the need to respond.
It's safe to say that the success of the Tesla Model S electric car hasn't gone unnoticed in the rest of the auto industry. Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche are all rumored to be working on Tesla-rivaling luxury plug-in cars.