Lamborghini has officially announced the release of the long-rumoured Urus crossover. The Urus (plural for urethra) will be available for Europe at the end of this year while North America gets it for the third-quarter of 2018. Continue reading “Lamborghini Urus Has Stupid Name”
The four-year-old Cadillac XTS is about to get an update for the 2018 model, though still no sails or paddles for this boat. Continue reading “Cadillac Refreshes XTS Without Making It Refreshing”
The Model 3 isn’t even available yet Tesla have announced their next non-commercial vehicle, the Model Y.
That’s also pretty much all we know about it. Continue reading “Tesla Announce, er, Mention Model Y”
Hyundai’s brand-engineered little-brother Kia have announced that they’re cutting that they’re no longer going to build the oddly named Forte Koup. Continue reading “Forte Flies the Koup”
When the 2017 718 Boxster/Cayman was released it featured a turbo-four worth 300HP and 280LB-FT of torque (there was a non-turbo 3.4L worth 295HP/251LB-FT of torque, but the smaller turbo was the volume seller.) Would the more hardcore variants also house turbo-fours? Continue reading “Cayman GT4 Gets Back to Basics”
Honda’s upcoming Type R has just set a record for front-wheel drive cars at the German Nurburgring, and not for being the most over-designed, visually cluttered commercial vehicle (but it is, tho.) Continue reading “2017 Honda Type R Obviates Si”
Jaguar are set to announce the 2018 I-Pace all-electric crossover at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Based on the concept introduced just last year, the vehicle is already 80% production ready and will be in showrooms by the second half of next year.