News Roundup: Rescued British Cars, BMW i3 Price Bump, Charger Hellcat Top Speed Run

Your auto news roundup for the week of 01/23 - 01/30.

Did you miss out on the chance to buy the electric BMW i3 last year? Well, that hesitation is going to cost you an extra thousand dollars or so. In order to reflect additional standard equipment and a rising destination cost, the starting price of all i3s will rise between $950 and $1,075. Now, the "cheapest" i3 will start at $42,400, and the lineup-topping variant with a gasoline-powered range extender will run you $47,200.

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We Welcome the 2016 Honda Pilot to the 2015 Chicago Auto Show

Honda is promising the future with it's latest redesign.

Honda is bringing its redesigned Pilot SUV to the 2015 Chicago Auto Show on February 12. The newest incarnation of the Honda Pilot is poised for a serious redesign retaining eight-passenger seating, and supposedly introducing a wealth of technology and safety features.

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Lindsay's Look Behind the Doors of the 2015 Detroit Auto Show

Check out new vehicle debuts from the 2015 NAIAS.

Detroit is looking lively this week, with hundreds of thousands of visitors pouring into the halls of the Cobo Center to catch a glimpse at some snazzy new rides. Over 500 vehicles will be on display during this crowning jewel of events for the auto industry - and Motor City -including 45 new debuts.

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News Roundup: Ford Focus RS, Lamborghini Huracán GT3, Porsche 911 GTS Club Coupe

Your auto news roundup for the week of 01/16 - 01/23.

Are you a member of the Porsche Club of America? Do you have $137,000 burning a hole in your pocket? If so, lucky day, because Porsche has rolled out a special version of the 911 to commemorate the club's 60th anniversary, and it's only available to PCA members. The 911 GTS Club Coupe builds upon the standard ("standard") 430-horsepower 911 GTS with a unique shade of blue, black accents on all sides, and an absolutely gorgeous ducktail-style rear spoiler.

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Say What? Decoding the Strangest New Car Names of 2015

Navigating the latest verbiage from automakers.

If there's one thing automakers don't struggle with, it's verbiage. Ask for a new car model name, and you'll have plenty of suggestions that roll off of the tongue as easily as Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Case in point being some of the latest vehicles on display at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Thankfully, we are multi-linguists here at Web2Carz, so we'll break down these names for you.

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All-Wheel Drive BMW Ms and New Engines from Porsche and Honda

Your auto news roundup for the week of 01/09 - 01/16.

For the longest time (whoooa-oooh-ooh), the suits at BMW have reminded the public that the brand's hi-po M cars will remain rear-wheel drive. However, as power numbers continue to grow, and the limits of two-wheeled traction are explored, it seems that BMW has had no choice but to give in to AWD ... at least a little bit. In an interview with Autocar, the head of BMW's M division pointed out that future generations of the brand's vehicles may need to include AWD, even if it's just an option.

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