Cars & Concepts


FCA to offer split, dual-function tailgate on Ram 1500, spy photos reveal

Spy photographers have caught confirmation that at least some versions of the next-generation Ram 1500 pickup will have a new dual-function tailgate, capable of dropping down or opening up french door style.

Infiniti rolls out industry-first variable compression engine

The next-generation Infiniti QX50 crossover will be powered by a turbocharged four- ...

Toyota preps another small crossover concept

Toyota will unwrap a small crossover concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show ...

Lexus to unwrap 3-row RX crossover at L.A. Auto Show

Lexus' U.S. dealers have clamored for a family-friendly version of the popular RX ...

Infiniti freshens QX80 for 2018

It's an evolutionary change in styling that tweaks the established design of the flagship QX80 SUV in the spirit of the QX80 Monograph concept unveiled earlier this year.

New King of Corvettes

The car features several more aggressive design features than the current top-tier Corvette Z06.

Chevy crowns new speed king with 2019 Corvette ZR1

Chevrolet unwrapped the 2019 Corvette ZR1 in Dubai Sunday with an exclusive supercharged LT5 V-8 engine capable of 755 hp and 715 pound-feet of torque and a top speed of more than 210 mph -- making it the fastest, most powerful production Corvette ever.

GM to unveil Chevy Corvette ZR1 in Dubai

The Corvette ZR1 features several more aggressive design features than the Corvette Z06 -- the current top Corvette model -- including more sculpted hood, larger lower air intake grilles and a massive spoiler.

Next-gen BMW X5 caught testing near BMW S.C. plant

The next iteration of BMW's X5 midsize crossover is taking shape and appears to be on schedule for launch in the second half of 2018, possibly as a 2019 model. The redesign appears conservative -- except for the X5's new snout.

Remembering the Porsche 911's savior

Peter Schutz, who died last week at age 87, made the landmark decision to keep the 911 after Porsche executives had pegged the 911 to be discontinued so that Porsche could focus on more contemporary front-engine models, the 944 and 928. Schutz was named the first American CEO of Porsche AG by Ferry Porsche in 1981.