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2018 Kia Rio remake teased for Paris

Kia has released the first look at the all-new fourth-generation Rio prior to its debut next month at the 2016 Paris Auto Show. The initial take on this more sophisticated iteration of the automaker’s front-drive subcompact is quite promising. The official renderings of the Rio 5-door hatch (a sedan is still expected to be part of the mix) show a vehicle that clearly steps up its styling game. With a new look spearheaded by Kia's design... Read More


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GM introduces world's first front-center airbag

General Motors has announced it will install the world's first front-center airbags in three of its midsize crossover vehicles starting in the 2013...


Subaru XV coming to America in 2013

Speculation that began swirling around its recent Frankfurt debut has now been resolved: the new Subaru XV crossover will indeed join the firm's U.S....


2010 Dodge Viper ACR sets production-car lap record at Nurburgring

Less than two weeks after a Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition had its moment of high-speed glory at one of the world's most demanding race tracks, a...


2012 Honda CR-V Concept makes first public appearance

Back in July, we brought you a first look at the 2012 Honda CR-V Concept. Last week, the automaker put it on display at the Orange County International...


2012 LEGOLAND Florida Explorer - Ford builds a plastic one-off

Commissioned to serve as the centerpiece of the Ford Driving School at the new LEGOLAND Florida theme park, this full-size one-off Explorer was created...


2012 Mini Cooper Coupe First Drive

The most dramatically-styled product in its storied history, the 2012 Mini Cooper Coupe was created to match a unique visual signature with equally...


Hydrogen Car Highs: Zero Emissions, Zero Charging Days

Automakers, engineers, politicians, and many others foresee a hydrogen future for America and the world. In most eyes, hydrogen means fuel cells,...


Hydrogen Car Lows: Current Range & Refueling Limitations

Not so long ago, fuel cells appeared to be headed toward the goal line. Early forecasts by manufacturers and analysts made it seem that hydrogen...


Electric Car Lows: Limited Range, Lengthy Recharging

There are many good reasons why gasoline engines knocked batteries and steam boilers out of business in the auto industry's early years. Batteries were...


Electric Car Highs: Zero-Emissions Driving

At the dawn of automotive time, electric cars were preferred to both available alternatives -- gasoline and steam-powered vehicles -- for moving people...


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