Porsche to offer track tires for 911

Porsche 911 owners will get the opportunity to upgrade to stickier tires for track days. Motor Authority has learned the company will offer 20-inch Pirelli P-Zero Corsa N0 tires through dealers, or through Tire Rack.


Jaguar preparing smaller crossover

The F-Pace has been an unexpected hit for Jaguar, so the British brand is developing a smaller crossover. Tentatively named E-Pace, the model is likely built on the same platform as the Range Rover Evoque. Sales will kick off next year.   


Opel introduces Crossland X

Opel has replaced the Meriva van with a more rugged-looking crossover named Crossland X. The GM-owned joins the growing group of automakers replacing people-movers with crossovers, reflecting a trend in the new car market.   


Hyundai developing i30 fastback

Hyundai will introduce a fastback version of the i30 hatchback early next year. The four-door model could adopt a stylish, four-door coupe-like silhouette.


BMW begins production of 2017 diesels

Production of the diesel-powered BMW 3 Series, X3, and X5 will start shortly, according to Autoblog. All three models were delayed by the EPA as officials try to ensure none of the diesel-burning cars sold in the U.S. are fitted with a defeat device.


FCA faces class-action lawsuits over diesel emissions

Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles is facing two class-action lawsuits over diesel-powered models that allegedly emit too much NOx. One of the suits was filed on behalf of Canadian owners, and the second was filed on behalf of American owners.


2018 MINI Countryman JCW breaks cover

MINI has introduced the second-generation Countryman John Cooper Works. With a 228-horsepower turbo four under the hood, the crossover hits 60 mph from a stop in 6.2 seconds.