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This Looks Like The New Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder

On Monday, November 20th, 2017
The New Porsche 718 Ever since Porsche refreshed its mid-engine Boxster and Cayman range with slightly new looks and brand new turbocharged engines, we’ve been wondering when we’d see the top-tier Boxster Spyder and Cayman GT4 versions make an appearance. What looks to be a 718 GT4 was spotted on Instagram last week, and now, the new Boxster Spyder ...

2018 Jaguar XJR575 First Drive Review

On Thursday, November 16th, 2017
2018 Jaguar XJR575 The number is right there, nestled smack in the middle against the windshield in red: 575. In case you missed it, there are another four red 575s stitched into the seat backs. You might excuse Jaguar for the numerical ostentation, but with manufacturers taking the horsepower arms race nuclear, the 6-year-old XJR sure could use ...

2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country Test Drive

On Sunday, November 5th, 2017
2017 Volvo V90 You gotta hand it to Volvo. Through thick and thin and a switch to Chinese ownership, it hasn’t left its wagon-loving fans in the lurch, even as other brands have come and gone from the segment to find comfort in the sales reports for their SUVs. Its latest is the V90, and it’s Volvo’s largest ...

Lexus Premieres Autonomous-Capable Ls+ Concept

On Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
2019 Lexus LS Lexus has unveiled a tantalising concept for its flagship LS sedan featuring automated driving technologies. The LS+ Concept adopts “Highway Teammate” technologies that enable it to drive by itself on specific car-only highways, such as from the on-ramp to the exit of expressways. As a vision for the near future, the LS+ Concept fully automates ...

VANtastic Reasons To Choose Vans Over SUVs

On Tuesday, October 24th, 2017
volkswagen transporter Many modern families find themselves needing bigger vehicles due to growth in size and numbers. The natural reaction is to start looking at the SUV market. However, you may be far better off choosing a van instead. Here are just seven compelling reasons that the family van will leave you feeling more fortunate than ever ...

2018 GMC Terrain Denali 2.0 AWD First Test

On Monday, October 9th, 2017
2018 GMC Terrain The new gear shifter in the 2018 GMC Terrain AWD Denali is a major topic of debate. GM has gone for a row of buttons on the center stack of the instrument panel, freeing the space in the center console for side-by-side cupholders to avoid any confusion as to which latte is the driver’s. The ...

Nissan Unveils Electric Ecosystem At Nissan Futures 3.0

On Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
Nissan-e-nv200 Nissan unveiled plans around the four key pillars of its future electric ecosystem in Europe, announcing the launch of new electric vehicles, additional infrastructure investment, battery charging and home storage advances, and a revolutionary new vision to give Nissan customers free power for their EV using its unique bi-directional charging technology. The announcements were made ...

2018 Lexus LS First Drive

On Thursday, September 28th, 2017
2018 Lexus LS When one imagines the enormous executive sedan that might be driven by a wealthy lawyer or banker (or their chauffeur), the mind naturally goes to the Mercedes S-Class or the BMW 7-Series. Venerable, enormous and expensive. But for those wanting to keep their driveway a little more understated, we also have the Lexus LS. Sure, ...

Jaguar Is Working On An F-Type Successor And It’ll Be A Hybrid

On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
Jaguar F Type Jaguar is hard at work bringing new SUVs and electric cars to the market, but it hasn’t lost sight of what made it a legend—sports cars. Design chief Ian Callum just confirmed to Auto Loud News that the company has a successor to the F-Type planned, and it’ll feature an electrified drivetrain. “There are a ...

The Mercedes Metris Drives Like The World’s Biggest C-Class

On Monday, September 25th, 2017
The Mercedes Metris The term “parts sharing” has a bad connotation in the automotive world. Typically, it’s used to describe cost-cutting measures where expensive cars receive parts from stuff that’s much cheaper. An extreme example is the Aston Martin DB7 borrowing its interior door handles from the first-gen Mazda Miata. But flip the equation around, and parts sharing ...