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Lamborghini's 650-hp, $237,000 Urus is poised to enter at the top of the ultraluxury SUV segment, which already includes the Bentley Bentayga and Mercedes-Benz G 65 AMG, with Aston Martin, Ferrari and Rolls-Royce poised to...
Volvo's race-inspired Polestar brand is positioning itself to attract customers who want high-performance vehicles that emit little to no emissions.
Mini is gearing up to launch an electric variant in 2019 and predicts record sales once again this year.
BMW may expand its EV range with iX-badged SUVs as it seeks to benefit from the industry shift toward battery-powered cars.
Lamborghini says its new Urus SUV will stand out from rivals because of its high performance. The 650-hp Urus outpowers the 608-hp Bentley Bentayga and the 629-hp Mercedes-Benz G 65 AMG.
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In this Q&A, Lamborghini's CEO discusses the brand's plans for its first SUV, possibly its first 2+2 sports car since 1968, and electrified powertrains.
Mini boss Peter Schwarzenbauer spoke about the automaker's move into the EV sector and predicted another record sales year for the British brand during a conversation with Automotive News Europe.
Giorgetto Giugiaro, famous for styling sports cars, is putting comfort before speed for his latest project, an electric four-seat sedan he is developing with a Chinese company.
Italian racecar specialist Dallara says its first street legal car, a lightweight roadster called the Stradale, was inspired by affordable sports cars pioneered by Lotus.
Volvo seems to have found a new way to get its vehicles into the hands of customers that is digital, transparent and hassle free. It also has benefits for dealers.
The EU's target to reduce CO2 emissions from new-car fleets to a 95 gram per km average by 2020-2021 might have been the kiss of death for Opel/Vauxhall if PSA hadn't stepped in.
Tougher emissions testing procedures for new cars threaten to significantly disrupt the European market, with potentially big fines for automakers and higher ownership costs for consumers.
The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine is ready to view. The new edition looks why the European pickup market is set to take off.
Luca Ciferri, editor of Automotive News Europe, takes an imaginary trip to 2037 and reports back to those of us still struggling to understand 2017.
The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine goes live on Monday, November 6. The new edition looks at why the European pickup market is set to take off.
Didier Leroy showed the new face of a much more adventurous Toyota at the Tokyo auto show this week.
Toyota will keep in-house what it calls its "game-changing" solid state battery technology, despite working with Mazda and Denso on a new architecture for electric cars.
Toyota Executive Vice President Didier Leroy showed a much bolder Toyota at the Tokyo auto show with comments on chasing volume to be the global No. 1 and on Tesla's business model
Volvo's Polestar brand claimed some world firsts while unveiling its debut model, the Polestar 1. Polestar's technology could make it a credible rival to the BMW i subbrand and Tesla.
Volvo's Polestar will build electrified cars in China for global markets, starting with the Polestar 1 high-performance plug-in hybrid coupe.
Aston Martin is going from strength to strength due to strong sales of its new DB11 supercar, but a cloud remains on the horizon in the form of the UK's pending split from the EU.
Renault's investment in electric vehicles is already paying dividends and the automaker said today that its profits from EVs will rise significantly in the next five years, which is in big contrast to rivals.
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