2020 BMW 8-Series spy shots and video

BMW is working on a flagship coupe that we’re expecting to revive the 8-Series name, and we have fresh spy shots and video of prototypes. BMW hinted at the model in March when senior executives said the automaker was looking at adding more high-end models. One will be an i8 Spyder. Others will include this 8-Series coupe, an 8-Series Convertible…

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2018 Nissan Leaf spy shots

A prototype for the next-generation Nissan Leaf has just been spotted. The redesigned electric compact hatch is expected to debut later this year, as a 2018 model. The current Leaf was the first electric car to truly go mainstream. Before its arrival for the 2011 model year, getting a pure electric car to production with a standard set of features…

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2018 Nissan Leaf spy shots

Lucid Air gets sideways during snow testing

Lucid, the startup that plans to release the 1,000-horsepower Air electric sedan, appears to be serious about getting its car into production. We recently saw it prowling the San Francisco streets, and now Lucid has released a video of the car undergoing snow testing. That’s not unusual for any car, but this video shows that the Air could be…

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Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R race car teased

Chevrolet has given us our first look at its new GT4-spec race car based on the sixth-generation Camaro. The turnkey racer is called the Camaro GT4.R and is most closely related to the Camaro ZL1 road car. It’s being developed by long-time Chevy motorsport partner Pratt & Miller and will replace the fifth-generation Camaro Z/28.R racer…

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Ford Mustang Bullitt set for return?

A video released by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson may have accidentally revealed plans for a new Ford Mustang Bullitt. Johnson is an official spokesperson for Ford and in a behind-the-scenes video filmed at the automaker’s headquarters and posted by the former wrestler to his YouTube page on Tuesday, we get a few glimpses of design…

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Next-gen Chevy Corvette, next-gen Porsche 911, Mercedes-AMG E63 Wagon: This Week’s Top Photos

The mid-engine car everyone thinks will be the C8 Chevrolet Corvette has been spotted again. The latest shots show a prototype testing alongside the mystery C7 Corvette thought to be a new ZR1 range-topper. The Porsche 911 Carrera GTS is the latest “991” series 911 model to receive its mid-cycle update. Find out what it’s like in…

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Next-gen Chevy Corvette, next-gen Porsche 911, Mercedes-AMG E63 Wagon: This Week’s Top Photos

BMW North America to get new CEO

Effective March 1, BMW North America will have a new CEO. Bernhard Kuhnt will take over the position from Ludwig Willisch, who stays on as Head of BMW Group Region Americas. Willisch took on the North American CEO role in late 2011. Kuhnt had previously spent nine years in sales management in the United States for BMW and is currently in charge of…

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Buick Super Bowl ad stars Cascada, Cam Newton, and Miranda Kerr

Last year at this time Cam Newton was in the Super Bowl. This year, he’ll be part of the festivities again, and he’ll even be playing football but it will be with Pee Wees. That’s because Newton, the incredibly talented but often brooding Carolina Panthers quarterback, is featured in Buick’s Super Bowl ad. CHECK OUT: Audi gets political in Super…

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2019 Porsche 911 spy shots

Porsche is out and about with the first prototypes for its next-generation 911. Until now all we’ve seen were test mules hidden beneath the body of the current “991” series but the latest tester, likely to be for the Carrera S model, is wearing some new elements. Most of these can be found at the rear which now sports a wide…

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Kia’s Georgia plant is making a Super Bowl-sized run of Optimas

The Atlanta Falcons may have new allies in helping stop the New England Patriot’s edge-rushing talent for the Super Bowl this weekend. A new offensive line with a combined weight of 18,000 pounds could do it. This week, Kia’s manufacturing plant in West Point, Georgia, announced it will build sequential runs of the 2017 Kia Optima in red, black…

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