Volkswagen announces eighth-generation Golf

Volkswagen has started the countdown to the next-generation Golf."Together with the I.D. family, the introduction of... READ STORY

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Citroen confirms new flagship sedan

The brand wants to design a high-tech, comfort-oriented model.

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Mercedes-Benz drops plans to offer diesel in US

The company says diesel only ever accounted for a small fraction of US sales.

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FCA hinting at Hellcat-powered Ram Rebel pickup?

The company previewed the idea in 2016 via the Ram Rebel TRX concept.

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Dashcam shows car land on top of tow truck [Video]

"No, I wasn't going too fast at all," the driver said. "I was actually doing less than the speed limit."

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Lexus says no 'closed door' preventing an LFA successor

"We need more halo representation," says Lexus VP Jeff Bracken.

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PSA leveraging Opel know-how for U.S. return

Opel is providing critical engineering work for PSA.

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2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt No. 001 heading to auction

The auction is happening later today.

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Bentley Bentayga to take on Pikes Peak

The company aims to set a new record for SUVs.


Chevrolet Camaro getting seven-speed manual?

It looks like the Chevrolet Camaro is getting the Corvette's seven-speed manual transmission. Only models equipped with the 6.2-liter V8 will be available with the seven-speed. And, oddly, the six-speed manual will remain available.   


Ferrari 488 GTO getting 700-hp V8

Leaked documents suggest the upcoming Ferrari 488 GTO will get a 700-horsepower V8 engine. It's 10-percent lighter than the eight-cylinder engine used in the 488 GTB. The car will also come with aluminum floors, a stripped-down interior without a glove box, and carbon fiber rims. We could see the GTO make its debut in Geneva.   


Volkswagen responds to Hyundai's GTI shot

Hyundai recently said the i30 N is more fun than a Volkswagen GTI. The Wolfsburg-based firm replied and, unsurprisingly, it thinks it builds the better product8. "Extraordinary claims are being made for supposed rivals that are not yet on sale. While any skunkworks can turn out a track day special, the expertise and experience required to engineer a GTI or an R - cars that also excel in the real world — is rather more hard won," Michael Bartsch, Volkswagen's managing director, told Motoring.   


Marchionne thinks FCA merger won't happen soon

FCA boss Sergio Marchionne is done looking for a partner to merge with. "Last time I checked I had no food and no tables set up for any wedding. We cannot wait for this infamous wedding to happen. I don't care, and I don't think it will happen while I'm here," he said.   


Chrysler Pacifica-based crossover almost ready

Chrysler is almost ready to launch a Pacifica-based crossover, company CEO Sergio Marchionne revealed. "The platform is ready, and the plant can take it. We can probably get it up and running in 18 months," he told Motor Trend.   


London EV Company delays black cab over meter issue

The London EV Company has delayed shipments of its brand new black cab over an issue with the meter. The company points out it has already found the source of the problem, and it's working with its supplier to fix it in a timely manner.   


Mid-engined Corvette a year away?

The Detroit show's press days have come and gone with no sight of the mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette, the industry's worst-kept secret. Now, the newest reports suggest the model won't break cover until next year's edition of the event.   


Hyundai: i30 N is more fun than VW's GTI

The i30 N is more fun to drive than the Volkswagen GTI, according to Hyundai."With the N we clearly want to be more suitable for track driving than GTI and give it more character and most important thing, give it much, more fun to drive," the company told CarAdvice. That's fighting talk.   


Cadillac XT4 coming to New York?

Cadillac will continue its model offensive by introducing the XT4 at this year's New York Auto Show. GM Authority reports the crossover will inaugurate the brand's next design language. The firm has confirmed it will show the XT4 this year but it hasn't revealed when yet.