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SUVs and crossovers are popular these days, but that doesn't mean microcars are going away.

From the outset of the GNX project, Buick designed it as the “Grand National to end all Grand Nationals.”

The armored limousine played a cameo role in many music videos and hosted a boatload of celebrities.


Peugeot 304 Cabriolet Is Like a Pint-Sized Budget Benz SL

The 304 Cabriolet was Peugeot’s most affordable leisure model during the first half of the 1970s.

By Ronan Glon


Buick’s 1940 Century Sport Convertible, Like Bogart’s Ride

As a four-door convertible without a B-pillar, views of the passing landscape were unobstructed.

By Mark Bach

Nearing the end of the 1950s, the automotive scene was changing.

Cars with electric propulsion were on stage at nearly every manufacturer’s booth this year.

In the immortal words of Hunter S. Thompson: “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.”

This year’s L.A. Auto Show features a number of interesting, gorgeous, and just plain weird vehicles rolling out for public scrutiny.

Designers and engineers faced the Herculean task of appealing to Prius’s cult following, while broadening its appeal.

Don’t assume that Porsche just took the Cayman GT4, and added a roll cage while subtracting an interior.