And that's a good thing. The current-generation 1-Series (a small hatchback sold in Europe, where I live, for those who don't know) has always been a mixed bag, and one of its biggest faults is the design, in my opinion. Luckily, BMW has now fixed that!
The GAC WitStar has been fully unveiled. While it doesn't really look like a hippopotamus from all angles, it's still an...interesting form of transportation. I'd call it a car rather than use the phrase "form of transportation," but I've never seen anything like it.
The Detroit Auto Show kicks off today. Here's what you need to know about the latest new models from Mercedes-Benz and their sub-brands.
The Detroit Auto Show kicks off today. Here's the most important stuff you should know about the latest new models from Chevrolet and Buick.
Buick released a teaser of their Detroit Auto Show display today, and the white convertible vehicle that we see appears to be a Vauxhall (Opel) Cascada with the steering wheel on the proper side.
This is the GAC WitStar. It's a plug-in hybrid SUV with gull-wing doors that can drive itself. It comes from China, and will go on sale in the United States shortly after next week's Detroit Auto Show.
Volkswagen is bringing the Phaeton back to the U.S. market with the next-generation model, and according to a new report from Germany, VW will be making several key changes in hopes that they may actually sell some.
The QNX division of BlackBerry has modified a Maserati Quattroporte for this week's Consumer Electronics Show. And unlike most of the other cars on display, it doesn't drive itself.
This is the BMW M4 Iconic Lights Concept, and it's equipped with the latest in lighting tech. More specifically, it's got laser beams for headlights and it also comes with Earth-friendly OLED taillights. And you can see it now at a Consumer Electronics Show near you.
Although the Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS) isn't even here just yet, Aston Martin is already beginning to build up the hype for its Geneva Motor Show star, the upcoming Vantage GT3.
The SP:01 was supposed to be launched in late 2014, but that never happened. Although Detroit Electric has now pushed back the launch date until later this year, they have announced full specifications for the electric roadster. Well, at least they're making some progress.
Volkswagen has revealed a new concept vehicle called the Golf R Touch at the Consumer Electronics Show that is currently taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Is it practical? Is it comfortable on long journeys? Does it attract a lot of attention? To answer those questions, a man called Justin from OppositeLock bought one. Here's what he thinks.
The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show kicks off tomorrow, and to show off their self-driving car technology, Audi will be embarking on a road trip from Silicon Valley in San Francisco, California to the show floor about 550 miles away, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The images that you see here are all teasers, meant to preview an upcoming autonomous-driving concept vehicle from Mercedes-Benz. That concept car will make its debut at the Las Vegas-based Consumer Electronics Show next week.
Only eight Bugatti Veyrons officially remain unsold, and all of them are very, very expensive. If you can't afford one, never fear, because you can get a pre-owned example for significantly less than it cost new! Here's how to do it, according to Autocar.
The Tesla Model S P85D is a truly extraordinary thing. It's got 691 horsepower, 687 ft/lbs of torque, all-wheel-drive, and, of course, it doesn't use a single drop of fuel.
Hyundai announced today that they will be revealing a new smartwatch app for use with their cars' Blue Link infotainment systems at the Las Vegas-based Consumer Electronics Show next week.
BMW's next-generation 7-Series sedan (more specifically the 730d model) has been fully revealed in a set of new spy photos. It's like an early New Years' gift, and it's a good one, too.
Most expensive, high-performance cars have serious problems when they're new. Ferrari and Porsche both had issues with 458s and 911 GT3s catching fire, and it seems that the next trend may be Corvette Z06s with engines that blow up.