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Now, the brand has unveiled TRD (Toyota Racing Development) parts upgrades for their potent sports car, and they're showing them off on the very yellow Supra TRD Concept shown here.
Playing off the buzz around the launch of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator pickup truck, the lineup will feature six concept pickup trucks, all based on the highly anticipated Gladiator. See them here.
I.D. Buggy concept is at the Geneva Motor show, and it's creating quite the buzz. We just hope it gets made.
Ferrari just dropped news of the replacement for the excellent 488 GTB with the F8 Tributo, boasting the most powerful V8 Ferrari has ever made.
We were at the Chicago Auto Show today and discovered a slew of fine flatbeds strewn throughout the two halls. Here are the best ones we came across.
As much as we love the practicality and ruggedness of trucks and SUVs, our heartstrings get plucked by potent sports cars and muscle cars.
Now, Lexus has taken its LC 500 Inspiration Series concept car from last summer and made it a reality. That's right, an even more specialized version will be built for a lucky 100 customers.
The Detroit Auto Show might have been skipped by some manufacturers this year, but we're glad Nissan came through. Their new IMs concept is an EV crossover that should get your attention.
The 6th generation Explore is almost here, and here are some great photos of the new crossover. Ford was smart not to mess too much with the exterior, and it still retains the Explorer look we've come
Automakers improve their wares with every successive generation, and the results are often significantly better than the previous models. That's what we hope for 2019.
It looks like we're far from being the only ones who love the new Ram 1500 pickup truck. We chose it for our 2018 Truck Of The Year just last week, and the sales figures are backing up that choice.
Here are the cars that numerically scored the highest, even though the subjective results may have been different. Here are those that rose to the top.
Once again, the folks at SupraMkV has gotten a hold of two full body shots of the front and rear three-quarters in bold red. The car looks showroom ready.
Only one pickup truck can rise to the top, and this year it's the 2019 Ram 1500, our selection for Truck Of The Year. Introduced in 2018 as a 2019 model, it's pretty much taken the segment by storm.
Toyota's about to set loose a TRD (Toyota Racing Development) version of the Prius. And though that might sound like an oxymoron, that doesn't prevent it from being true.