Aston Martin made waves at the 2016 Geneva auto show, where the British brand unveiled the then all-new DB11. With a sturdy and lightweight aluminum structure and powered by a twin-turbocharged V-12, the DB11 successfully combined modern technology with classic styling that evolved the brand’s long-stagnant design language. One year later, Aston Martin…""
A plan hatched last summer by Congressional Republicans could usher in the largest change in 30 years to the way the U.S. government taxes corporations on income, imports, and exports, and it has not gone unnoticed by the global auto industry. GOP leaders including House Speaker Paul Ryan have proposed…""
After skipping the 2017 model year, the Audi S4 is back for 2018 primed and ready to continue the fight against other luxury sports sedans. With its new 354-hp turbocharged V-6 engine and capable MLB platform, the new S4 significantly ups its performance game, although we’re still bummed about the cancellation of…""
Cadillac’s much maligned CUE infotainment system is getting a behind-the-scenes makeover. After drivers and media alike complained about slow touchscreen response times and cumbersome layouts in previous iterations, executives with the luxury brand said Tuesday that motorists will soon be able to purchase vehicles that contain more seamless systems and…""
When practicality is paramount, all other considerations sit even further back than usual, particularly style. Take three-row crossovers, a genre with space for all manner of considerations. Once you package three rows of seats, plump out the silhouette to maximize interior volume, and pull the beltline low for the sake…""
Thirteen months after its inception, Maven, the car-sharing brand launched by General Motors, has added a vehicle to its lineup that could soon become the centerpiece of its operations: the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle. It recently joined the brand’s Los Angeles fleet, a deployment designed to accelerate Maven’s business in…""
Mercedes-AMG is hosting a ménage à trois in Geneva, as the performance-centered Mercedes-Benz arm plans to unwrap special-edition variants of the GT C roadster, C63, and C43. Following in the footsteps of its tintop sibling, the GT C Edition 50 roadster celebrates 50 years of AMG. Limited to 500 units worldwide, with…""