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  • Lincoln Continental Revived As A Concept Sedan Looking East

    Giving new life to an iconic name is tough, but the struggling Lincoln brand is trying to do just that with the new Continental concept car — another bet on defining a 21st-century mission for Ford's luxury brand, with an eye toward growing in the world's most bustling luxury car market, China.

  • Watch a hot lap in the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V

    I'm writing this brief article from an airplane having just sampled the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V. So... how was it?

  • This Ford GT Has Fewer Miles Than You Walk in a Day — And a Huge Price

    It's not uncommon for a few modern speculators to buy rare models and then park them in hopes of profiting off vehicles with nearly no mileage. This 2006 Ford GT will test the market at Auctions America this weekend looking for half a million dollars — in return for a tiny number on the odometer.

  • On the Road In Mercedes Sci-Fi Self-Driving Car of 2030

    The vision of a city filled with cars that tell pedestrians when to cross — and perhaps block out the world from its passengers — is closer than you think.

  • Harley-Davidson Issues Second Clutch Recall

    Harley-Davidson has announced the second recall of certain models equipped with hydraulically-activated clutches in less than two years.  The first recall on the system was in October 2013, affecting 25,185 Touring motorcycles, models FLHTCU, FLHTK, FLHTP,

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  • Ford Taurus RS: Could the SHO Have a Big Bad Brother?

    Late last year, Ford dropped a bombshell on its performance crowd – 12 hot new performance cars set to arrive between now and 2020 on a global scale… good news indeed. Since the announcement, the Blue Oval has unveiled its next-gen Raptor F-150, Ford GT supercar, Shelby GT350 (GT350R), and Ford…

  • 2015 Mini Cooper 4-door: Too many doors, or the perfect Cooper? (CNET On Cars, Episode 64)

    The new Mini grows a pair: are two more doors a good idea? Plus laws change to allow self-driving cars, and Cooley's top 5 tips for finding a good auto repair shop.

  • U.S. Auto Sales in April Set to Reach Highest Level in a Decade

    U.S. new-vehicle retail sales in April are expected to increase 5% from a year ago and reach the highest totals for any April since 2005, mainly due to a spate of new and redesigned models and lower gasoline prices, according to a monthly sales forecast update from J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.

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  • A Necessary Evil: The Story of the Enola Gay

    The man who burned my hometown of Atlanta, General William Tecumseh Sherman, is famous for saying, “war is hell.” Some quibble with the exact wording he used, but no one doubts the essential truth of his remark. Ask anyone who has served in the military during a time of conflict; they will verify…

  • This Black Chrome McLaren PRAB1 P1 Wrap is a Tattooed Masterpiece

    There ain’t no rest for the tuners, and apparently, money does grow on trees. This is the McLaren PRAB1 P1 by Sticker City. The Sherman Oaks, Calif.-based tuners took the $1.15 million hybrid supercar and gave it an entirely new look. Over the original volcano yellow paint, Sticker City covered the…

  • Why the Mitsubishi Evolution is a Future Classic

    There’s no classic car stamp of approval. No hallowed judge roaming from town to town to denounce some old cars and certify others. It doesn’t work like that. But get together with any group of auto fans and a few common nameplates get thrown around.  Amidst mentions of Mustangs and Camaros, the…

  • Volkswagen Golf R400 Superhatch Could Come to the U.S.

    Last year at the Beijing Motor Show, Volkswagen stunned the crowd with a 400+ horsepower Golf. Dubbed the Golf R400, this mini hot hatch supercar was only a concept at the time, something Volkswagen engineers pulled together so they could show everyone what they could do. Volkswagen would never…

  • Regular Car Reviews Explains Why Buick Grand National is an American Legend

    It’s been said a bajillion times by now. If you’re reading an article about the Buick Grand National, you likely already know that it was one of the greatest and most under-appreciated sleepers ever. Until it wasn’t. These days, in the automotive enthusiast and blogger world, it’s reached…

  • It Lives! Watch the 28.5-liter Fiat S76 Drive for the First Time in 100 Years

    In today’s world of high-powered supercars, 135 mph is not considered particularly fast. But in 1911, it might as well have been light speed. Few cars of the day could touch that vaunted figure, but this – the 1911 Fiat S76 – was one of them.  Only two of the behemoths were ever manufactured, with

  • Hacked Tesla Twitter feed leaves one phone ringing

    A voice mail greeting that says, "There is no free Tesla," and asks callers not to call back.

  • Volvo Understands True Luxury, Eliminates XC90 Front Seat for Passenger Comfort

    Mercedes-Benz doesn’t get it, BMW doesn’t get, Audi doesn’t get it, Infiniti doesn’t get it, Range Rover doesn’t get it, and Cadillac doesn’t get it. Not even Maserati gets it. But Volvo? Volvo gets it: “it” being complete and total luxury. And no, the Swedish company isn’t offering whale penis…

  • The 2016 Fiat 500X is Surprisingly Fun to Drive: Review

    Here’s a dirty little secret about the 2016 Fiat 500X; in the top-of-the-line Trekking Plus trim level, it’s actually fun to drive. It’s no Abarth, but this could just be the most enjoyable mainstream compact crossover on the market. It’s that good. Fiat invited the media out to Beverly Hills for…