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Updated: 2018-03-06T10:50:46.301-08:00


Fast & Furious 7 will be Made With Paul Walker Lookalikes and CGI


Because that’s exactly what the world needs right now – the Fast Five movie (plus two) with forced plot twists, no co-star and an animated character. Granted, you’ll still see Paul Walker’s face and body in the film, planned to hit theaters across the US on April 10, 2015, but it won’t really be him half the time… 

All New Hyundai Sonata Officially Shows Face in Korean Spec


The Genesis-inspired look of the all-new Hyundai Sonata has not surprised us one bit, since we were already acquainted with its face via an unofficial set of low-res parking lot shots. Gone are the swooping lines of the current Sonata, as is the noticeably pronounced rising side crease, replaced with a modern facial treatment and a much more restrained styling philosophy.

2015 Hyundai Sonata: Get a Detailed Look in 70 Live Photos and Videos


As so often happens with Hyundai when it introduces new models first in its home market, the international release on the 2015 Sonata was limited to preliminary info and only a handful of photos leaving the rest for the world premiere at the New York Auto Show in April. 

2015 Chrysler 200 2.4L Returns 35 MPG Highway – Plus 80 New Photos and 2 Videos


From a technological-feature perspective, the all-new 2015 Chrysler 200 is important for two main reasons: it's the world’s first mid-size sedan fitted as standard with a 9-speed automatic transmission and the first 200 to be available with all-wheel drive. The latter features an automatic fully disconnecting rear axle, which improves fuel economy by reducing parasitic loss when all-wheel drive is not needed. 

This Honda CR-X / Civic del Sol has Seen Better Days


Honda's 1990s Civic del Sol, also known as the CR-X del Sol in some parts of the world and the last generation CR-X in Europe, wasn't the Japanese brand's proudest styling moment – without the rear spoiler it looked like a cartoonish pickup truck, but this tune makes the original look gorgeous in comparison… 

Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Keeps Tail Hanging Out in New Review


With the promise of much improved overall body stiffness over the convertible, the new Jaguar F-Type Coupe is so far shaping up to be a much more incisive track machine. Engineers say it’s 80 percent stiffer, and all the impressions we’ve heard of it so far do seem to confirm that this has had the desired effect on the car’s character and handling. 

Spied: Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Gets Roomier with Shooting Brake Version


Perhaps one of the untold reasons why automakers call sporty-styled saloons with slanted rooflines "4-door coupes" is to hint at the restricted coupe-like headroom for rear passengers and to some extent, the luggage area. Mercedes plans to, if not correct; at least improve these shortcomings on the CLA with the introduction of a Shooting Brake model, which is Benz-talk for a stylish estate.

Rumor Mill Adds SL and SLK Platform to Possible Mercedes Offerings for Aston Martin


After reigniting rumors that Aston Martin could use Mercedes GL running gear to underpin its SUV, the rumor mill confirms them again, with additional details and further speculation to boot.

Cars Bearing Russian and Soviet Flags Attacked in Ukraine


Depending on where you get your news from, you may or may not be fully aware of the dramatic and ongoing situation in Ukraine and Russia's annexation of Crimea. Things are far from settled in that part of the world, and as you can see in the following videos, with so much tension in the air, it doesn't take a whole lot for people to explode. 

Renault Twingo to Share Up to 70 Percent of Components with Smart ForTwo, ForFour


The all-new Smart ForTwo and ForFour minicars will share up to 70 percent of their components with the new Renault Twingo that was unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show. However, Smart claims that their models will bear no resemblance to the French city car. The ForTwo will retain its iconic shape, while the ForFour will be inspired by the Fourjoy concept car. 

Volvo to Use Cloud Power to Make Record Road Grip Levels, Improve Safety


Volvo has joined forces with the Swedish Transport Administration and the Norwegian Public Road Administration to commence a pilot program that will have them record then store “road friction information from individual cars is shared within a cloud-based system.”

Our Spies Hatch Out New Hyundai i20 with Revealing Interior and Exterior Shots


What we have here are the best spy pictures yet of the next generation Hyundai i20, spotted ahead of its rumored world premiere at the 2014 Paris Motor Show in October. 

Just Another Day in Dubai: Maserati GranTurismo with Gold Wrap and Swarovski Crystals


In a way, I understand why this Dubai resident chose to apply a gold wrap to his Maserati GranTurismo and to adorn it with Swarovski crystals; it’s because no one would have ever noticed his car if he had it how it left the Modena assembly plant… 

Alfa Romeo Marks Return to U.S. with Premiere of 4C at New York Auto Show


It's been a very long time in the making, but the first move to re-introduce the Alfa Romeo brand to the U.S. will take place at the New York Auto Show in April with the North American premiere of the new 4C mid-engine sports car, which was just recently displayed in roadster form at the Geneva Motor Show.

Renault and Caterham’s Sports Car Project Rumored to Go Down the Drain


The last time we heard about the Renault-Caterham partnership, things weren’t going really well. Since the project to jointly develop a sports car started in 2012, progress was delayed by Renault’s decision to revise the initial design of its upcoming Alpine sports car. Caterham wasn’t thrilled at all with the decision, as this means its own version of the car had to be modified.

Road Rage Driver Goes from Macho Man to Runaway Stooge in 2.0 Seconds


Yes, you can count this as a fail, but only for one of the two drivers involved in the following road-rage incident. It's not clear from the shaky cell-phone (?) footage why these two drivers stopped before the exit of a mall parking lot, but the man in the white t-shirt who came out of the black, older-gen Honda Accord with the broken rear window was clearly provoking the calmer muscle car driver.

Alfa Romeo Promises Yearly Updates for the 4C, Doesn’t Rule Out Hardcore RS Model


Alfa Romeo’s flagship sports car, the 4C, will get regular updates each year to keep enthusiasm alive, the company’s marketing boss revealed.

Audi Keeps Current TT in the U.S. for Another Year with New Features


The all-new Audi TT won’t arrive in the United States until 2015, so until then, the German automaker hopes to keep the current-generation model fresh enough by introducing a few equipment-related updates for the 2015 model year.

New 2016 Renault Megane IV Envisioned with Clio and Captur-Inspired Design


After six years in the market and with major competitors like the VW Golf, Ford Focus and Peugeot 308 having introduced newer models, Renault's current, third generation Megane compact series, is slowly approaching the end of the road.

Nissan Officially Confirms New 2015 Murano for NY Auto Show [w/Video]


The rumors about Nissan picking next month's 2014 New York Auto Show as the event of choice for the world premiere of the new generation Murano crossover were true, with the Japanese firm confirming the debut today through a short statement and the release of a darkened teaser image and video.

New Renault Twingo Aims for Second Spot in Class, in Europe


Not a lot of people, aside from patriotic Italians, actually think about buying Fiats these days, the only exceptions being the 500 and Panda that are doing quite well – the two models came first and second in their segment in Europe last year, followed by the VW Up! and the now-defunct front-wheel drive Renault Twingo.

New Porsche Boxster and Cayman GTS in 62 Photos, Plus U.S. Pricing


If you can swallow the $11,400 premium over the Boxster S (MSRP: $62,100) and Cayman S (MSRP: $63,800), the new GTS versions of Porsche's base roadster and coupe models are the ones to gun for in the series, at least for now and until Porsche cooks up something even more sizzling.

Dozens Hurt After Train Runs Up Chicago O'Hare Escalator


More than 30 people were injured, fortunately none seriously, according to preliminary reports, when a Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) train derailed, crashing through a barrier at the end of a platform before jumping up an escalator at the O’Hare International Airport in the early morning hours of Monday.

Skoda Celebrates 50th Anniversary of its First Rear-Engined Car, the 1000 MB


For those of you who grew up in communist countries like I did, the Skoda 1000 MB is a familiar car. Now, at its 50th anniversary, the compact model is one of Skoda’s most iconic models, as it was the brand’s first vehicle that combined a rear-mounted engine with rear-wheel-drive, independent suspension and unibody construction.

Porsche Still Looking into Creating Battery-Powered Sports EV


The last time we heard of a possible Porsche EV sports car was back in 2011, when the German unveiled the 241hp all-electric Boxster (known as the Boxster E). At the time, they talked at length about electric mobility being one of the challenges of the future and how they will be looking to attack the problem in coming years.