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2019 Mini Cooper S Hatchback And Cooper S Convertible Get A Facelift, To Debut At Detroit Motor Show

The British premium automobile manufacturer, MINI has strengthened the progressive character and appeal of its models in the small car segment with a stylishly refined visual appearance and extensive technological advancements with a MINI Cooper Hardtop 2 Door variant, a MINI Cooper Hardtop 4 Door and a MINI Cooper Convertible for 2018. These includes fresh design accentuations, additional customization options and an ... Read More »

Silicon Valley Auto Show hopes tech can help drive auto sales

The 2018 Silicon Valley Auto Show is underway at the McEnery San Jose Convention Center, showcasing a wide range of new technological features to improve safety and comfort. (KGO-TV )  The 2018 Silicon Valley Auto Show is underway at the McEnery San Jose Convention Center, showcasing a wide range of new technological features to improve safety and comfort. Some of ... Read More »

2018 Detroit Auto Show Preview: All the New Car Debuts to Expect

The first major auto show of 2018 is just around the corner. The 2018 Detroit Auto Show, also known as the North American International Auto Show, will open its doors to the media on January 14, 2018. Automakers worldwide have already begun teasing their debuts and concept cars, but like previous years, expect some surprises to happen. For now, here’s ... Read More »

Take an advance look at what’s going to debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

With the 2018 BMW X2, the automaker reaches deeper down-market to appeal to younger buyers seeking greater style in a compact crossover SUV. (BMW) Home for two of the world’s largest automakers, Ford and General Motors, Detroit represents the historical heart of the American auto industry. Today, from education and research to design and development, Detroit is among the global ... Read More »

Get Ready For The 2018 Detroit Auto Show

2018 is now upon us, which means that we can start to prepare for all of the big automotive reveals that will occur this year. The first of the major auto shows is the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, which will take place from January 13 to 28. This is the largest auto show in North America, and ... Read More »

Eight sports cars rendered as SUVs show us the horrors of crossovering

Crossovers and SUVs are all over the place today, and they’re driving current car sales through the roof. With companies like Bentley, Alfa Romeo and Lamborghini joining the SUV bandwagon, there’s little sacred territory left. Well, someone asked himself how iconic sports cars would look like SUVs, so here’s the short answer: most of them would look horrid. Some of them, I don’t ... Read More »

2019 Jeep Cherokee Unveiled Ahead of Detroit Auto Show Debut

Building hype for its official debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan next month, Jeep just released a few pictures of the all-new 2019 Jeep Cherokee. Being the brand’s most popular model and one of the best-selling SUVs in its class, this redesign is a big deal and we should prepare to start seeing these things everywhere. ... Read More »

All The Best Weird Stuff From The Los Angeles Auto Show

Most of what you see at car shows are new cars from major automakers, or concepts for cars so new they don’t even exist yet. That’s mostly because those new, available models are ones you can actually buy, for currency, which can then be exchanged by the carmaker for goods and/or services. It’s a whole big thing, trust me. But ... Read More »

LA Auto Show: While Detroit hits the gas pedal, Europeans embrace electrification

Among the electric cars at the 2017 LA Auto Show are a BMW 2019 i8 Roadster plug-in hybrid, left, the BMW i Vision Dynamics electric concept car and a Mini Cooper plug-in hybrid. (Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images) Petroleum products still power nearly all the cars driving the world’s highways, minus a nano-point or two for the rare alternative-fuel vehicle. ... Read More »

Los Angeles Auto Show 2017

Before Tesla, electric cars weren’t typically seen as super-sexy—and some might argue that has been on purpose. Early adopters held pragmatism and eco-consciousness as higher priorities than brawn or design. And even including Tesla, the design side of EVs hasn’t moved very far forward (one could argue the Model 3 is just a miniaturized Model S). But looking around the press ... Read More »