Auto Shows

All-New 2017 Chrysler Town & Country Shows 200 Front End and Complete Side

It’s ironic that we see the 2017 model in the company of Dodge sister models, as the Grand Caravan is not going to get another model year. The two photos taken by The Windsor Star give us our first clear look at the all-new Chrysler model that most expect will debut in January at the North American International Auto Show. ... Read More »

Yamaha’s Motorcycle-Riding Robot Wants to Enter MotoGP

Last week, we heard about Yamaha​’s motorcycle-riding humanoid robot that would be shown at the Tokyo Motor Show. We weren’t too sure what to expect, since we can’t see too much of a point to an autonomous motorcycle. Yet, here it is: a robot that can ride a motorcycle. It is called the Yamaha MotoBot Concept. Yamaha’s end goal is to have ... Read More »

2016 Ford Focus RS – prices, specs and engine details

Ford has already received 1500 orders from UK buyers for the new Ford Focus RS in anticipation of first deliveries of the hot hatch in spring 2016. One third of the customer’s deposits were placed before prices and specifications were announced at September’s Frankfurt motor show, and interest has accelerated since the car’s base price of £28,940 was revealed. Many ... Read More »

Crusher Shows Maverick 2.5″ Slip-Ons for the Indian Scout

Indian Scout owners have one more aftermarket option to make their bike look better, offer better performance and last but not least, sound better. A 3-into-1 upgrade is the new exhaust system revealed by Crusher, the Maverick 2.5″. We’re looking at a slip-on system that can be installed quickly and without extensive mechanical knowledge, and one that requires no other ... Read More »

All New Mercedes Benz GLC Begins Production in China

GLC is already the second all-new SUV model to kick-off local production at Beijing Benz in 2015 Hubertus Troska: “The GLC is the latest proof for the tremendous development of our local production footprint. In 2015 BBAC will see for the first time ever an annual output of over 200,000 units.” Start of production of GLC puts the second phase ... Read More »

2016 Honda Civic 1.5 Turbo Gets 42 MPG Highway, This Animation Shows How It Works

The 2016 Honda Civic is the car du jour for many reasons, none more important than the 1.5-liter engine. For the first time ever, a turbocharged engine is available in the United States, offering several benefits that range from lower fuel consumption to better performance. The Jetta has been offering a turbo engine for over a year, the 1.8T that ... Read More »

Mazda concept for Tokyo stokes talk of RX sports car’s return

TOKYO — Mazda Motor Corp., which retired the venerable RX-8 sports car in 2012, will stoke speculation about a possible successor with a new sports concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. Mazda describes the design as modern with a “sense of lineage and authenticity, appearing almost to condense Mazda’s entire history of sports car development into a single model.” A ... Read More »

Updated Nissan Sentra, Mitsubishi Mirage, Outlander Sport Due in L.A.

In addition to cars like the 2017 Infiniti QX30 and Hyundai Elantra, the Buick LaCrosse, the Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport, a Scion concept car, and the Range Rover Evoque Convertible, the upcoming 2015 Los Angeles auto show will also play host to the introductions of the refreshed Nissan Sentra compact sedan, the updated Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback, and the revised Mitsubishi ... Read More »

Hyundai hunts scantily clad SEMA models with camper Tucson

This Hyundai Tucson “Adventuremobile” is a campers dream. The Treeline Tamarack roof-top tent combined with solar panels will make this the Ritz-Carlton of the forest. ADVENTUREMOBILE TUCSON READY FOR ANYTHING We’ve already seen Hyundai Tucsons lifted and lowered for this year’s SEMA show, but we haven’t seen one you could camp on — until now. John Pangilinan will unveil his tent-topped Tucson on ... Read More »

Supras, NSXs, RX-7s and more! Japanese cars of the 1980s and ’90s shine at new SoCal show

Is it fair to say that the majority of traditional car collectors have yet to acknowledge any Japanese cars as “classic”? Maybe so. But those “traditional” car collectors are missing out. On Sunday, the same people who put on the Japanese Classic Car Show every year in Southern California held a new event for more modern vehicles. They called it ... Read More »