The safest new cars have a few things in common: they're well-outfitted with safety gear that can help prevent a collision, they have exceptionally strong structures, and they are easy for drivers to see out of.
British sports car builder Aston Martin will take the uncommon measure of recalling about 5,500 examples of its 2009-2015 models over two safety concerns.
This year, there’s officially a 2018 Jaguar F-Type for every sports and touring car shopper’s needs. Although neither as dynamically sharp as the Porsche 911 and Chevrolet Corvette, nor as stately as a traditional GT car, the F-Type strikes a nice balance and becomes more attainable this year thanks to a new base turbo-4 engine.
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From Motor Authority
Once strictly the domain of the ultra-luxury marques, Mini is now offering a high level of personalization for its cars.
RUF cars aren't simply re-tuned Porsches. No, no, they're something very special indeed, and this CTR Clubsport is one of the automaker's shining stars from the past. Fortunately for one well-off individual, it's heading to RM Sotheby's Paris auction on February 7.
Volvo will launch its first electric car in 2019. It will be a compact model offering over 250 miles of range and costing between $35,000 and $40,000.
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From Green Car Reports
Tesla now offers roughly the same percentage of its model lineup with standard all-wheel-drive configuration as famed AWD proponent Subaru.
Five years ago, an electric-utility think tank issued a dire warning to its members: Your century-old business model is ending.
A couple of weeks ago, we charged a 2018 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid 15 times within two days.