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Rolls-Royce's lineup in 2018 saw the addition of a new face and the redesign of an icon.
If it seems that there has been a rush of new McLaren product over the last 12 months or so, well, buckle up. More product is coming.
Lamborghini's product portfolio saw a seismic shift in 2018 with the addition of the long-awaited SUV, the Urus.
Ferrari will likely be one of the last major exotic automakers to jump into the crossover/SUV pool.
Bentley plans to have electrified variants of each model by 2025, starting with the Bentayga Hybrid in 2019.
Aston Martin has an influx of redesigns and fresh product on the horizon, ranging from a hypercar to the brand's first SUV.
A common trend is engulfing ultraluxury and exotic automakers: electrification, crossovers and SUVs.
During the depths of the Great Recession, Subaru of America was the only mainstream automaker to post sales increases year after year. CEO Tom Doll credits staying calm and fresh product.
Subaru of America partnered with outdoor gear retailer REI this summer on weekend road trips to showcase the new Ascent.
Subaru is not going to let people forget that its new Ascent has three rows of seating.
Subaru of America launched its national ad campaign for the 2019 Ascent, giving the three-row crossover emotional TV spots that follow the footsteps of other models.
Austin Subaru, en el bullicioso mercado universitario de Texas, ha emprendido iniciativas ecológicas.
A strong month by one of Subaru of America's non-crossover nameplates, combined with the new Ascent three-row crossover, led the automaker to its best sales month to date.
The Hyundai Santa Fe, redesigned for the 2019 model year, is the former Santa Fe Sport. The nameplate is expected to play a major role in Hyundai's lineup as the automaker focuses more on crossovers. Two engines are offered initially: a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 185 hp or a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine rated at 235 hp. Here are samples of Santa Fe reviews from the automotive
Austin Subaru, in the bustling Texas college market, has taken on environmentally friendly initiatives.
While the redesigned 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe's muscular exterior might be the attention grabber of the latest generation, the automaker focused significantly on something a consumer can't see: the transmission.
These are exciting times for Japan's little three. Mazda and Subaru are preparing to launch electrified vehicles in the U.S. — including their first plug-ins — and take advantage of their partnerships with Toyota, while Mitsubishi is moving ahead with the backing of Renault-Nissan.
Now that the Subaru's long awaited Ascent three-row crossover has been launched, the automaker now turns its attention to the Forester, a PHEV and two important additions to its global platform.
The daylong event outside Washington kicks off a season of festivals that allow fans of Subarus to share their passion for the brand and its quirky vehicles.
The redesigned 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe gets several changes, starting with the name.
Hyundai is freshening the Elantra compact sedan, the brand's best-selling U.S. nameplate, for the 2019 model year, giving it slightly sharper styling and more standard safety features.
The redesigned Subaru Forester, which moves to the brand's global platform, comes with a slight price increase to go along with its bigger size and additional safety technology on most trim levels. It starts at $29,720.
The redesigned Subaru Forester, which moves to the brand's global platform, comes with a slight price increase to go along with its bigger size and added standard safety technology.
General Motors registers the Corvair name on Aug. 6, 1959. The Corvair, built between 1959 and 1969, was a small, rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive compact car that would live on in infamy with the publication of a book by consumer and safety advocate Ralph Nader.
McLaren Automotive design director Rob Melville is in the midst of a product blitz through 2022.
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