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2017 GMC Acadia AWD All-Terrain Review

The competition should watch its back

Kia K900 Luxury V6 Review

It's not really much different from a barcalounger on wheels

2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited Ultimate AWD Review

Enough changes to make it fresh without starting completely fresh

2017 Subaru Outback Review

The stoic all-wheel drive wagon that does it all

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Ferrari's GTC4Lusso T is a Rear-Wheel Drive V8 FF, and We Hate It

The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox Gets New Look, Three New Engine Options

GM's most popular SUV will now come with a diesel

Chevrolet revealed the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. The location served as a fitting backdrop to an important event for an automaker that has been charging forward with production of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid cars.

The Bulletproof Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman Guard Might Just Be What Clinton and Trump Need

The massive and regal limousine gets armored protection

The presidential debates are tonight, and it's sure to be a mudslinger of an exchange between the two candidates. Whichever side you fall on, you can be sure that if your candidate wins, he or she will need some serious protection, perhaps more than any president in recent memory. And the newly released Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman Guard might just be the first order of business for the POTUS as soon as he/she takes office since it provides high levels of luxury and protection.

GEAR UP!: The MHD Watches CR1 Chronograph is a Stunning Automotive-Themed Wristwatch

A former Aston Martin designer creates his own line of watches

There's no shortage of automotive-themed watches out there, but there aren't many that can be considered both classic and affordable. Then along comes MHD (Matthew Humphries Design), and everything changes. You see, Matt Humphries' claim to fame is that he used to be the Chief Designer for none other than Morgan Motor Company in the UK. In 2014, he launched MHD watches and hasn't looked back. Their latest CR1 chronograph is their finest example to date.

The Case IH Autonomous Concept Vehicle Will Let Farmers Sleep In

A farming vehicle that doesn't have a seat for the driver

The automotive industry isn't the only beneficiary of self-driving vehicle technology. The agricultural business is working on fully autonomous equipment too. For example, the Case IH Autonomous Concept Vehicle. Case IH and CNH Industrial's Innovation Group built a version of a Case IH Magnum tractor that can be controlled remotely and follow preprogrammed operations to do fully autonomous farming operations.

Bentley's 202 MPH Flying Spur W12 S is Equal Parts Supercar and Limousine

The ultra-luxe big sedan gets some serious firepower

200 mph is the magic mark for serious supercars. The Ferrari F12berlinetta nails 211 mph, the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 hits 2017 mph, and the Porsche 911 Turbo S will kiss 205. But none of these cars can boast premium luxury for four, huge amounts of space and the kind of ride fit for kings. Those bragging rights belong to the Bentley Flying Spur W12 S that attains a top speed of 202 mph while offering room, long distance comfort, and regal poshness none of the others can come close to.

Video: BMW Films Gives Sneak Peek at "The Escape" with Clive Owen

It's been fourteen years since the last one, and we can't wait

The last time we saw the debonair Clive Owen helm a super-fast BMW was way back in 2002 when he taught Madonna a lesson as her unplanned chauffeur in an E39 M5. Well, it seems like neither BMW nor Clive Owen is finished doing what they do best. BMW is bringing back its critically acclaimed BMW Films that stormed DVD players and the interwebs back in 2001 and 2002.

Tesla Update: Death in China, Model S Gets Hacked

Upon Tesla related death, a tech company successfully hacks Model S.

However reliable and safe some autonomous features may often times seem, there are some things that will need to be tweaked and tweaked until they're nearly perfect in order to ensure the safety of drivers, passengers, and pedestrians alike. Tesla has updated its connectivity software yet again, as the Chinese company, Keen Security Lab has found a way to hack into the controls of a Tesla Model S.

Green Autos: Nissan EnGuard Concept Rescue Pickup

Nissan's Navara pickup truck outfitted for any disaster

Nissan has an interesting idea for its global midsize pickup truck called the Navara. It wants to turn it into a battery toting rescue vehicle that can provide power to additional rescue equipment. Nissan showed the EnGuard Concept off at the 2016 Hannover Motor Show. The batteries, housed in the bed, are 2-kilowatt units with seven internal battery modules. The units are similar to the batteries in Nissan's electric vehicle offerings, like the Leaf.

5 Cars Whose Lousy Sales Didn't Reflect Their Greatness

So much to be loved about each one, just not by the masses

Some cars don't sell well despite the fact that they're truly wonderful vehicles. It's an unfortunate reality of the automotive industry and there will always be cars we pine for long after their time on this earth has ended. Whether it was poor timing, not enough marketing or just a lack of consumer interest, the following 5 vehicles never sold well even though we will remember them fondly.

The U.S. Government's Policy on Autonomous Vehicles

There are now some rules for self-driving cars

The time of living in the wild technological west of the autonomous vehicle is quickly coming to an end. We've been wondering when the federal government would get involved with self-driving cars and now we have our answer. The Department of Transportation outlined 15 safety assessment objectives that any autonomous vehicle manufacturer must meet.

First Drive: 2017 Ford Super Duty

The King of heavy-hitter pickups is dead. Long live the new King.

Ford has a completely new Super Duty for 2017 with an aluminum body, high-strength steel frame and more technology than you'd ever expect in a work truck. The old model was dated, and despite the fact that it still more or less crushed the competition, the truck was in dire need of a redesign. At a recent press event in Dearborn, Michigan, we got to test out Ford's new big boy work truck and came away wishing we had one in our driveway.

Brangelina Split Brings Back Memories of Famous Failed Automotive Marriages

What once started out so promising ended in misery

Brad and Angelina (Brangelina) are over (Brangelexit) as of yesterday. By next week, it'll be old news. But this most famous of Hollywood failed marriages reminds us of car company mergers that famously bit the dust. More than just a case of hogging the covers, drinking straight from the milk carton or making a deposit at the bank of infidelity, these car companies parted ways when the business end of things went sour.

The Saleen S7 LM is Limited, Pricey and Stuffed With 1,000 Horsepower

Just when you thought the S7 was dead, it returns with a vengeance

The original Saleen S7 was the first mid-engined American supercar, and boy what a powerhouse it was. The first generation cars built between 2000 and 2006 were powered by a 7.0-liter Ford-sourced V8 engine good for 550 hp, and in 2005 the S7 was boosted to 750 hp thanks to twin turbocharging. Just when you thought you'd never see an S7 for sale again, Saleen shows us its latest, very limited production S7 LM with 1,000 hp and a top speed of 248 mph. Zoiks!

6 Pickup Trucks We Want But Can't Have

Unfortunately, these trucks don't make it stateside, and we're peeved

With pickup truck popularity soaring and more automakers adding trucks to their lineup, we thought it a good idea to showcase some of the truck models that are popular outside the U.S. Many manufacturers make a version of a pickup truck for markets outside of North America. While not all of them have the potential to be hits here in the states, there are a few that we wouldn't mind seeing on U.S. roadways. Here's the trucks we can't have but wish we could.