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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.

  • Hitting a parked car: 5 things to understand

    You're not the first person to hit a parked car. "Getting into an accident is not a crime," says attorney Chip Siegel of Las Vegas. For example, in Ohio, possible penalties include a fine of up to $500, six months in jail and a six-month driver's license suspension.

  • Ford to move production to Mexico: Report

    Ford will construct a new assembly plant in Mexico and ramp up output from that country, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

  • Forget Crossovers, Citroen Proves 4×4 Vans Are Where It’s At With New Concept

    Once a must-have item for busy homemakers, the minivan has fallen on some hard times in the US. Its market share is shrinking, its family appeal…waning. But one look at this svelte people-hauler might give you second thoughts about the common van—meet the SpaceTourer Hyphen.  Designed by French…

  • The Land Rover Defender Assembly Line Isn’t Done Just Yet

    January 29th marked a somber day for the Land Rover faithful, as 700 past and current employees of the 4×4’s Solihull plant convened to watch the final Defender roll off the line, number 2,016,933. With its end of production go 68 years of rich history, innovation, style, and a whole lot of…

  • Kylie Jenner is a Dolt for Snapchatting While Driving

    Distracted driving is a serious issue with people getting injured and even killed because they’re not paying attention behind the wheel. Texting, checking email, and recording videos when you’re supposted to be driving isn’t safe, but Kylie Jenner doesn’t seem to care. She’s Snapchatting up a storm…

  • Ferrari Enzo Wrecked In Infamous 2006 Crash Sold For $1.75M

    Back in 2006, Bo Stefan Eriksson, who ran failed gaming console business Gizmondo and even raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, famously crashed a Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] Enzo on a stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway after losing control of the car in a drag race with the driver of a Mercedes-Benz SLR…

  • VW Submits Plan to Fix 3.0-liter Diesel Engine Emissions Cheating Devices

    Volkswagen Group this week submitted a plan to California air regulators and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA) for recalling and fixing thousands of Audi, Porsche, and VW vehicles in the United States equipped with 3.0-liter diesel engines that contain illegal “defeat device” software…

    J.D. Power and Associates
  • Meet the Only Triple-Green ’69 Pontiac GTO Judge in the World

    Classic cars are a bit like ice cream flavors; different tastes gravitate toward different styles. With that in mind, given the breathtaking appearance of this 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge… one could presume the original owner was a bit of a Mint Chip fan, or Pistachio aficionado. Either way, they had…

  • Why Toyota's Scion brand may sell more cars after it's dead and buried

    Scion, Toyota's so-called "youth brand" is being shuttered, but many of its models will live to sell another day, albeit with Toyota badging. Here's why that's probably great for sales.

  • Was the O.J. Simpson Trial to Blame for the Demise of the Ford Bronco?

    Earlier this week, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story aired to critical acclaim. It is shaping up to be one of the more talked-about series going into 2016 as we get a glimpse of the “Trial of the Century” which has not yet been seen. And we get to see contemporary actors go […]

  • VW To Release Diesel Cheating Report April 21, Annual Meeting Postponed (UPDATE)

    As it continues to fight a losing public-relations battle over the ongoing diesel-emissions scandal, Volkswagen is preparing to release the results of an internal investigation of the matter. The report on the use of "defeat device" software to cheat on emissions tests is to be released "in the…

    Green Car Reports
  • A Ferrari SUV Won’t Happen As Long As Marchionne is Still In Charge

    ‘Outspoken’ is a relatively safe term to describe Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne. The Chrysler head and recently-appointed Ferrari boss spoke candidly on a recent phone interview with financial analysts in regards to an SUV. To put it bluntly, Marchionne stated, “You have to shoot me first,”…

  • 5 Oddballs From The Scottsdale Auctions

    For the most part, the Scottsdale classic car auctions cater to collectors with fairly conventional (albeit extravagant) tastes. “For the most part” being the operative term here. But for those dedicated eccentrics who look hard enough, there can be some mighty odd stuff lurking behind the Mustangs…

    Yahoo Autos Contributors