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Tastes have changed in favor of compact pickups.

VW just unveiled its fourth concept. A growing chorus of enthusiasts are urging the company to build it.

Automakers are delivering on the current craze for crossover SUVs.

The dealership’s crazy customs followed one rule: the wilder the better.

Automakers brought some of their most exciting models—vehicles you don't commonly see on the streets.

Crossovers, SUVs, and sedans reign supreme in China. Station wagons and coupes haven’t caught on.

It's arguably the most visually compelling Miata ever to roll out of a Mazda factory.

All six generations of the storied GT-R are displayed under one roof at this year’s New York auto show.

The most intriguing models on display were not what you would expect at a major auto show.

In the basement, you’ll discover a pair of radical three-wheeled vehicle prototypes from American start-ups.

This year’s edition unabashedly put all-out performance on full display.

Henry Ford designed the driver controls with simplicity and durability in mind.

There were fewer “wow” moments than last year.

The 2017 Continental sedan was revealed at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week.

A production version of the new model, which takes a modern approach, will be shown next week in Detroit.

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.

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

The 2017 124 Spider—designed by Centro Stile in Turin, Italy—marries the old with the new.

Here’s our round-up of favorite oddball eye-candy from Tokyo this year.