The 2020 Corvette’s mid-engine marks a shift in the Stingray’s performance, but can it stand up to the best of European sports cars?
Following the cancellation of the Geneva Motor Show, several new cars were revealed remotely, rather than through a convoluted and stuffy press conference.
Concept cars are the physical expression of an automaker’s dream for the future. BMW’s new Vision M Next concept is an example of what an electrified version of the brand’s exciting M cars could look like.
There are a ton of superb SUVs available, and for a short stint, the Escalade seemed to be forgotten as Cadillac expanded its core lineup to have new offerings in just about every segment of the luxury vehicle landscape.
There’s a new player or extremely updated vehicle in nearly every important segment, so we’ve made a checklist of some of the most noteworthy new cars that we’re looking forward to driving this year.
For drivers in these cities, the ability to slip in and out of traffic, manoeuvre around buses and streetcars, park in the tightest of spots, and be able to see pedestrians and cyclists are all important factors rather than sheer size.
For its latest Chiron Noire special editions, Bugatti designers looked to the record-setting La Voiture Noire and its namesake from the 1930s.
Rolls-Royce is teaming up with Sotheby’s to raise money for the global AIDS charity (RED) with a bespoke Phantom that will become a canvas for artist Mickalene Thomas.
BMW’s M division takes the automaker’s more casual cars and gives them a taste of the wild side.
From high-performance to low-emission, almost every corner of the industry was represented, but here, we’re only interested in the pinnacle of engineering and craftsmanship.