Infiniti: What’s new for 2017

Infiniti had been rudderless for years, with its models lacking a cohesive design as well as suffering from product cycles that seemed to stretch for an eternity. Infiniti finally changed its tack with the introduction of the Q50 for 2014. The svelte sedan introduced a bold look for the brand, as well as a new naming strategy, and helped to…

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Citroën C-Aircross concept previews C3 Picasso successor

Citroën will use next month’s 2017 Geneva auto show to unveil a funky compact SUV called the C-Aircross. The car may be a concept but it’s actually a thinly-veiled preview of the French automaker’s replacement for the C3 Picasso. Whereas the C3 Picasso is more of a minivan, the production version of the C-Aircross, likely to…

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Aston Martin’s Future Includes V-12s, Electrification, Massive Product Investment

As it enters its 103rd year, British automaker Aston Martin is embarking on the largest product investment in its history. New CEO Andy Palmer calls it the Second Century plan, and it’s likely to kick off with the introduction of the new DB11 grand tourer at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show next March. Aston Martin has confirmed that the DB11 will…

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McLaren 675LT Spider, Dodge Star Wars Ad, Renault Revives F1 Team: Today’s Car News

McLaren has unleased the convertible version of its 675LT track-focused supercar. It was presented in a new color called Solis. Dodge is gearing up for the December 18 release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a new Star Wars-themed ad. The ad features a Dodge Viper ACR mimicking Darth Vader. Renault has confirmed plans to revive its Formula…

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Tale Of The Tape: 1985 GTI Vs. 2015 GTI

Among enthusiasts, there will always be a portion of the population primed to lionize classic models and lament the introduction of electronic nannies like traction control. Now, while those conversations are—generally—interesting, from an objective performance standpoint, modern machines will generally win the day. And to illustrate…

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