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International auto show coverage
The official unveiling of the 2019 Subaru Ascent is just days away but spy photographers have spotted the three-row crossover out testing.
The freshened 2019 MKC compact crossover, due in showrooms next summer, features new ...
Toyota will unwrap a small crossover concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show ...
Spy photographers have caught confirmation that at least some versions of the next- ...
Lexus' U.S. dealers have clamored for a family-friendly version of the popular RX crossover for years, but it's unclear whether the third row will accommodate two or three passengers.
CEO Osamu Masuko wants Mitsubishi Motors Corp. to make a V-shaped recovery from the dark days of 2016 when it was laid low by a fuel economy scandal in Japan. And it is rebounding fast with the help
Not many engineers get to own the concept cars they helped to develop.
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin's customized Camry at SEMA got plaudits from sister publication Autoweek.
Are auto shows still relevant. Definitely yes, says Honda's Sage Marie
Audi has picked the Detroit auto show in January for the debut of its latest-generation A7.
In order for Mitsubishi to achieve its ambitious target of 30 percent growth in the U.S. by 2020, it would need a high level of dealer engagement and improved fundamentals at the retail level,
Japanese automakers are embarking on a design renaissance, channeling ancient traditions to fight modern trends.
Japan's auto industry follows its own customs at the Tokyo Motor Show. It's an all-in event that mixes automakers, suppliers, motorcycles and commercial trucks in a single celebration.
Nissan's IMx crossover concept takes a new EV platform into new segments, with sports-carlike performance and a full range of autonomous driving features.
The 2017 Tokyo motor show witnessed a slew of envelope-pushing concept vehicles, several of which will end up in production -- in one form or another.
It's not every year that our man David Undercoffler gets to attend the Tokyo Motor Show. That'd be weird since it's a biennial show. Here's what caught his eye.
BMW hopes its new X2 will appeal to active, younger car buyers looking for a uniquely individual car when it launches its latest compact crossover next March.
Subaru hints at a new more muscular, athletic design direction, complete with fender fins and aerodynamic venting, with its new Viziv Performance Concept, a compact sporty sedan.
Honda unveiled a two-seat Sports EV Concept that has a low center of gravity and wide stance that the company says embodies the "beautility" of a sporty car.
Lexus' newest concept car, based on the re-engineered LS sedan, will be used to showcase its self-driving technologies and design direction.
Japan's automakers will present their futuristic visions for electric and autonomous vehicles at the Tokyo auto show this week as the the industry continues to reel from scandals that have hit
Nissan's new IMx crossover concept delivers a vision of the carmaker's 2020 plan for a new electric vehicle platform that can cover new segments with better performance and a full-range of autonomous
Mazda said two sleek concept vehicles at the Tokyo Motor Show embody a "less is more" minimalist Japan aesthetic.
Still in launch mode for the Titan pickup in the U.S. market, Nissan is contemplating selling the full-size truck to various global markets.
Mitsubishi looks to double down on a future centered on both electric vehicles and crossovers with its e Evolution concept.
Toyota will add two more models to its Concept-i mobility portfolio, with an accent on learning what mood a driver is in.
Mazda's coming technology blitz epitomizes the rush by Japanese carmakers to keep pace in an era of rapid change.
Toyota will expand its hydrogen fuel cell reach at the Tokyo Motor Show with a fuel cell city bus it aims to commercialize and a fuel cell passenger vehicle concept.
Plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport are coming to the U.S. market next summer.
An auto show's influence on new-vehicle purchase decisions lasts for nearly a year after the show ends, a study found.
Toyota plans to broaden its vision of future mobility at the Tokyo Motor Show with two tiny electric runabouts that predict the driver's emotions and guide them away from danger.
In decorum-obsessed Japan, the auto industry is cooperating to keep Nissan's recent factory inspection scandal from dimming the glitz at this month's Tokyo Motor Show.
Japan's automakers aim to electrify at the Tokyo Motor Show with a cavalcade of battery-powered cars as well as visions for autonomous driving and connectivity under the banner "Beyond the Motor."
Mazda will showcase future trends in drivetrain technology and exterior design with two concept cars at this month's Tokyo Motor Show.
Polestar, Volvo's electric vehicle subbrand, is releasing small segments of its first concept car via its Instagram account.
Toyota will update two of its most staid and storied nameplates at the Tokyo Motor Show while exploring new hybrid ideas with a sporty car and crossover concept.
Toyota is taking its hybrid know-how into new territory at the Tokyo Motor Show with electrified concepts for a sleek sporty coupe and big boxy crossover.
Mitsubishi's upcoming e-Evolution Concept not only sports a three-motor, four-wheel drive powertrain, it gets a dose of artificial intelligence to make driving safer and easier.
Toyota is upgrading the Century, its flagship limousine in Japan, with the brand's trademark hybrid drivetrain but keeping the overall styling rooted in old school opulence.
Toyota will unwrap the future styling for one of its oldest nameplates at this month's Tokyo Motor Show with a tech-savvy take on the storied, but stodgy Crown.
Nissan will tout its electric ambitions at this month's Tokyo Motor Show with a new concept car alongside a sporty version of its just-unveiled next-generation Leaf EV.
At the Tokyo auto show next month, Subaru will show a concept sedan that may preview the next Legacy.
Honda, which is moving into EVs as automakers race to meet increasingly stringent emissions standards, will introduce an all-electric sporty concept car at the Tokyo auto show.
Things are looking brighter for Texas' auto market as parts of the state hardest hit by low oil prices and natural disasters start the long road to recovery.
As BMW rolls out new models, the company will reposition the top of its lineup with a new logo and marketing efforts.
Subaru goes emotional and dynamic with a new semiautonomous performance concept sedan to be unveiled at next month's Tokyo Motor Show.
Mitsubishi called the e-Evolution Concept a "beacon" of renewed ambition for the automaker, which is now controlled by Nissan.
A few of the most eye-catching models at this year's show. Some of them will never turn up at a dealership. And none of them will ever need to stop for gasoline.
Honda made waves last week at the Frankfurt auto show by unveiling an electric car that at first glance appears to be a 1970s Volkswagen Rabbit.
The yet-to-be-named car would pick up where the Galibier concept left off and go on sale around 2024.
Spread out over an area roughly the size of Delaware but with better currywurst, the biennial Frankfurt Motor Show is the perfect place to take in the sights and flavors of the German auto industry
Personal avatars, windshield TVs and portable steering wheels. Automakers reached deep into their imaginations to combat fears of “autonomous anonymous.”
CEO Matthias Mueller said the Sedric self-driving concept shown in Geneva and Frankfurt was only the beginning.
While electrified vehicles account for a tiny fraction of global auto sales today, few industry leaders are concerned about whether consumers will ever truly want to own battery electrics and
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