From The Car Connection: 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Review Muscle-car fans have feasted on the new 707-horsepower Hellcat and are just tucking into the 526-hp Ford Shelby GT350. But they won't be able to pass up the final course: the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, on sale now in Camaro Coupe form and coming early next year as a soft-top Camaro Convertible.
If you're a James Bond fan and you've got six figures of cash burning a hole in your deep, deep pockets, we've got good news and bad news.
Over the past couple of weeks, Tesla has made headlines for its autopilot software, which allows the company's Model S sedan drive itself under certain conditions.
2017 Acura NSX
Acura has come out with some bold numbers for its second-generation NSX, but before you rush out to your local dealer recall that the hybrid supercar won’t be available in showrooms for some time as production only starts next spring. Nevertheless, fans have a lot to look forward to.
Although originally intended as a concept to preview future styling themes, rave reviews following the reveal of the Lexus LF-LC concept at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show persuaded managers to put the stunning two-door into production. We now have photos of a prototype for the production version.
NASCAR legend Richard Petty might be synonymous with Dodge in the hearts of many fans. But recently The King, as he's affectionately known, has turned the tuning talents of Petty's Garage toward Ford’s venerable Mustang.
2016 Volkswagen Golf
The ongoing Volkswagen diesel-emissions scandal has, to say the least, exposed weaknesses in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) testing regime. VW was able to get away with installing "cheat" software on 482,000 cars from model years 2009 to 2015.
As we head out to the Tokyo Motor Show, the teaser photos and previews are starting to come in thick and fast. One from late last week was a shadowy image issued by Nissan of an autonomous electric concept car, which is scheduled to debut Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern (or 9 am the next day in Tokyo).
In less than two days, Honda will officially reveal the production version of its hydrogen fuel-cell sedan at the Tokyo Motor Show. The company released two photos late last month that show the car and its interior, following its FCEV and FCV Concepts over the past two years.