Lotus Resumes US Operations, Moves US HQ To Detroit Area

After a brief hiatus in 2014, Lotus Cars USA is back in the game for 2015, including a move to the Detroit metro area.

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HEMI Engine Family Receiving Upgrades To Fuel Economy, Power

Changes are coming to FCA’s HEMI engine family, ranging from increased fuel economy, to higher horsepower.

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Dodge Grand Caravan Continuing Into 2017 Model Year

Mourning over the loss of the Dodge Grand Caravan? You won’t need to pour a 40 out for your homie yet, as production will go on through the 2017 model year.

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2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Given The Green Flag

Per inside sources, the green flag has been given for the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, with testing already underway.

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2017 Ford GT Entering 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans

Nearly 50 years ago, Ford threw down against Ferrari at Le Mans, sweeping the podium in so doing. Come 2016, Ford aims to do the same with the 2017 Ford GT.

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2016 Nissan Leaf Expected To Receive Larger Battery, Small Range Boost

Consumers looking for a new Nissan Leaf may soon have the option for a better battery with improved range on certain trims.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee To Receive Hellcat Power As Trackhawk

Looking for a Jeep Grand Cherokee with more altitude than the Altitude? How does a Hellcat Cherokee sound?

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2017 Fiat 124 Spider Set For 2016 Showroom Arrival

For those who want their 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata to have a more Italian flair, the 2017 Fiat 124 Spider will hit showrooms in 2016.

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Toyota Returning To WRC With 2017 Yaris, Homologation Special Planned

Find the Toyota Yaris a bit ho-hum? Thanks to FIA’s homologation rules for the World Rally Championship series, it soon won’t be.

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Autoleaks: 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty Revealed

This is 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty in all of its glory, with the F-350 and F-450 Super Dutys to look like this when they hit the lot, as well.

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Geneva 2015: 2017 Audi R8 Debuts

Christian Grey will have to move to Europe if he wants the new Audi R8 sooner than 2016. Otherwise, he’ll have to settle for seeing its debut in Geneva.

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Autoleaks: Hyundai's 3.3L Turbo GDi Revealed

With a little help from the Internet, images of the firepower for the upcoming 2017 Hyundai Genesis Coupe have escaped, along with some specs.

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Redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot Arriving In US Showrooms After HR-V

Soon after the 2016 Honda HR-V hits the showroom this spring, the redesigned 2016 Pilot will follow.

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Manley: 2017 Jeep Wrangler Could Be A Hybrid

Are you ready for a hybrid Jeep Wrangler? The 2017 model may likely be just that to help the icon navigate through tighter fuel economy standards.

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NAIAS 2015: 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Ready For Return To Baja Valley

The King of Truck Mountain is ready for its return to Baja Valley below in its latest Raptor incarnation.

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  • Ajla GM didn't do this even when Corvette sales and cocaine use were at their peak.
  • Dwford How many more wealthy performance car buyers does Chevy think they can drag into their showroom full of middle of the road crossovers? I guess they will find out
  • SCE to AUX It's been done before, with varied success:Ford --> LincolnHyundai --> GenesisGM --> XLR (Cadillac), ELR (Cadillac)VW Touareg --> Porsche CayenneI suspect GM is trying to avoid the Mustang fiasco (which is working for Ford, BTW), by not making the Corvette name a sub-brand - only its hardware.(In the Mustang's case, YTD 46% of "Mustang" branded vehicles are the Mach-E, but they share no hardware. GM's plan is much different and less controversial.)Back to the sub-brand: the XLR and ELR experiments were total duds, borrowing hardware from the Corvette and Volt respectively. Both sullied Cadillac's name - not Chevy's.
  • Art Vandelay I don’t care what they do with the brand. But I do want to see how a mid engined platform spawns a 4 door and a crossover
  • Varezhka If they’re going to do this, might as well go all the way and make it a standalone brand instead of a Chevy sub-brand. They already have a unique emblem, after all. Shouldn’t there be enough empty former Hummer, Saab, or Cadillac dealer showrooms to house them?