Toyota CorollaNov. 15
2020 BMW M340iNov. 13
The 2020 BMW M340i and M340i xDrive sedans are equipped with an updated 3.0-liter, six-cylinder inline engine, M Performance chassis tuning, optional xDrive intelligent awd and the standard M Sport rear differential. The updated engine produces 382 hp. The new models will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show and are expected to launch in July. They're positioned between the high-end M3 and the standard 3 series.
Mercedes CLA spy shotsNov. 12
Volkswagen Tarok conceptNov. 6
The Volkswagen Tarok concept is a compact pickup, first shown in Sao Paulo, as the automaker looks to break through in the pickup category. VW said the pickup "will soon" be offered in Brazil. The Tarok will be sold with a 2.0-liter engine that delivers 150 horsepower.
Aston Martin DBS 59Nov. 5
The latest creation from Aston Martin's bespoke program, Q by Aston Martin, is the DBS 59, a DBS Superleggera that pays homage to the automaker's racing history. The coupe honors Aston Martin's 1-2 finish in the 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans. It has an Aston Martin Racing Green exterior, a black and tan interior and bronze detailing throughout the exterior and interior. Aston Martin will build just 24 examples.
2018 Automotive News Leading Women ConferenceNov. 5
“Don’t censor yourself.” “You don’t have to know it all.” “Choose an unscripted life.” Those were among the mantras shared at an afternoon of empowerment also known as the third annual Automotive News Leading Women Conference. Deloitte and Ally Financial were the exclusive lead sponsors of last week’s event.
2019 BMW M850i xDrive convertibleNov. 1
The 2019 BMW M850i xDrive convertible is powered by a new version of BMW's TwinPower Turbo 4.4-liter, V-8 engine that generates 523 hp. The soft-top, four-seater launches in March and starts at $122,395, including shipping. The front of the vehicle features large air intakes, while the signature BMW kidney grille features a hexagonal outline that widens toward the bottom. The rear design emphasizes the car's width and low center of gravity.
BMW iX3 spy shotsNov. 1
1968 Dodge Super Charger conceptOct. 31
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Mopar brand intends to sell the Hellephant-- a giant, supercharged 1,000-hp crate engine, capable of generating 950 pound-feet of torque and related installation kits for enthusiasts for use in pre-1976 vehicles next year. The Hellephant represents a 41 percent power boost over the 707-hp Hellcrate 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 crate engine Mopar introduced a year ago. The brand showed a concept 1968 Dodge Charger upfitted with the Hellephant and other accessories that it called the Super Charger at the 2018 SEMA show.
2019 Ford GT Carbon SeriesOct. 30
Ford has added a special-edition Carbon Series to its GT supercar for the 2019 model year. Carbon fiber wheels, a titanium exhaust, titanium lug nuts and a polycarbonate rear hatch with additional venting all lead to weight savings of 40 pounds over the standard version. Ford said it features more visible carbon fiber than any previous GT model, with two exposed carbon fiber stripes with matching A-pillars and lower body panels in addition to the gloss wheels. Inside, the car comes with matte carbon fiber sills, air register pods and center console. The special edition was unveiled as part of the 2018 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas.
2019 Audi R8Oct. 30
The second-generation R8 has been freshened for the 2019 model year. The biggest visual change comes with the front fascia, which has been completely redesigned, adopting a wider appearance along with a series of vertical wings extending to the front spoiler, in addition to a narrow three-sectioned inlet just above the hexagonal grille meant to evoke the fascia of Audi’s early Quattro cars. Power has been increased in the naturally aspirated V10 that will now churn out an estimated 562 hp and 406 pound-feet of torque, a gain of about 30 hp and 8 pound-feet of torque over the outgoing model. The refreshed R8 will go on sale in Europe in the first quarter of 2019. -- Autoweek
McLaren SpeedtailOct. 26
The McLaren Speedtail is the most extreme model yet to join the brand's rapidly growing portfolio. It features a gasoline-electric powertrain that makes 1,035 hp, which the automaker says can propel the vehicle to 186 mph in a blistering 12.8 seconds and can top out at 250 mph, making it the fastest McLaren ever. Only 106 units will be built and the automaker said all Speedtails have already been reserved. Prices start at around $2.1 million with deliveries set to begin in early 2020.