Chevrolet May Cancel the Volt by 2022

GM has some interesting ideas for replacements

Chevrolet is looking to the future. Surprisingly, this could result in the Volt plug-in hybrid being kicked to the curb. Rumors are swirling that the Volt's production life could end in 2022.

Consumer Reports Owner Satisfaction Shows Tesla and Porsche at the Top

Porsche is no shock, but Tesla is kind of surprising

Every year Consumer Reports does an owner's satisfaction survey to show which automotive brands are doing the best. This year, Tesla and Porsche were at the top.

A Restored Lamborghini LM002 Garners Big Bucks at Auction

The original "Rambo Lambo" sells just as the Urus gets announced

Just on the heels of the new Lamborghini Urus release, a super-rare 1990 American-spec Lamborghini LM002, otherwise known as the "Rambo Lambo," was sold at auction for $467,000.

The Future of Car Design is Ford Motor Company's Holograms

Goodbye messy clay, hello Hololens Goggles

Ford's design team has teamed up with Microsoft to utilize holograms in its car design efforts. The team uses Hololens goggles to see an augmented reality they can adjust.

eBay Find: 1972 BMW 2002

This Bavarian beauty can be yours for less than a new Civic

If you want a classy and fun to drive BMW, but also want a classic car for a good price, this beautiful 1972 BMW 2002 could be the car for you.

eBay Find: 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport

A beautiful example of a boxy Cherokee

Anytime we drive the latest Jeep Cherokee or see it, we can't help but think of the classic Cherokee. Here's an excellent example of one we found on eBay.

Jaguar XE SV Project 8 Bows with 592 Horses Under the Hood

Watch out pretty much everyone else. The beast lives.

Apparently, 425 horses for a sports sedan just isn't enough anymore. The BMW M3 has its work cut out for it due to the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG (503 hp), the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio (505 hp) and now the nuclear Jaguar XE SV Project 8 Collector's Edition with a stratospheric 592 horses under the British hood.

The Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione is a Singular Sensation

Ferrari's latest one-off is a very hot golden girl

We imagine it's easy to waste your money when you're filthy rich. Stupid things like diamond-encrusted toilet seat covers, shirts woven from real gold, and those $10,000 Apple Watches all seem like money gone bad. And then there are custom cars, not all of which qualify as good choices, but we found one that certainly is. It's called the SP275 RW Competizione, and this one-off is about as tasty as it gets. It was just unveiled at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali event in Daytona.

The Best Cars For the Biggest of Holiday Gift-Giving

Some of us get neckties, others receive entire cars

Those holiday car sales commercials have us wondering, "Do people actually give cars as Christmas presents???" We guess the answer is yes, considering the fact that we've heard of such instances (though we've never seen the automotive gift giving in person). So, with the holiday car deals going on right now, allow us to suggest our recommendations for the best gift cars in each segment, so you don't have to do any research whatsoever (we're that good).

The Hyundai Tucson Night Edition Offers a Dark CUV Package

An already tasty new crossover gets blackened duds

Blackened exterior bits on a car turn an otherwise benign vehicle into something sinister. Now, Hyundai is getting into the game with the newly redesigned Tucson, which already looks pretty great to begin with. The 2017 Tucson Night Edition showed up at SEMA this week, and we like what we see.

Mazda MX-5 Speedster Evolution and MX-5 RF Kuro to Appear at 2016 SEMA

Two awesome custom Miatas from Mazda Design Americas' team.

The 2016 SEMA aftermarket show should be pretty darn entertaining this year, and two good reasons to pay attention to the show come from Mazda. The automaker has a pair of Miatas that are quite different but equally as enticing to anyone who likes sexy sports cars. We love the MX-5 Miata and any version of the car is going to catch our attention, but the Mazda Design Americas team really has done an amazing job with these two cars. They're downright beautiful.

The DeLorean Motor Company is Now Taking DMC-12 Orders

You can now go "Back to the Future" with these replica cars

The DeLorean DMC-12 has remained popular in the public sphere, and now the DeLorean Motor Company is back (without its long-deceased founder, John DeLorean, of course). Under new ownership, the company is now taking a limited number of pre-orders for its DMC-12 replica car.

Former Top Gear Hosts Debut on "The Grand Tour" Full Official Trailer

And you thought you miss Top Gear. What Top Gear?

Now, after months of teaser trailers and news about Amazon Prime's new car show, The Grand Tour, their full official trailer has been released, and it's fantastic. Not only does it show exotic cars in exotic locations, it also shows what made Top Gear such a great show to watch: the humor and chemistry between the three hosts. The Grand Tour does what it says and takes the show from one great locale to another, with adventures that will rival or outdo their old show.

4 Things You Should Know About the Porsche 718 Cayman S

One of the best driving cars in the world gets even better

Just when we thought the mid-engined Porsche Cayman S was pretty much the perfect sports car, Porsche decided to up and change it for the 2017 model year, not simply happy with giving it a new design and a new name, it went and swapped out engines on us. Here are four important things to know about the awesome 718 Cayman S, a car that you can't possibly exploit fully in terms of driving prowess. Face it. You're not that good. It is.

Mazda May Have a 400 Horsepower Rotary-Engined RX-9 Ready For 2019

Rumor that were once shut down have been revived

When the Mazda RX-Vision Concept showed up at the 2016 Tokyo Motor Show, it was a jaw-dropper. The long red sports car looked like a hyper-exotic, rather than the rightful follow-up to the rotary engine-powered RX-7 and RX-8. Everything about the car screamed exclusivity, and we didn't read a single line on the interwebs that criticized Design chief Ikuo Maeda's masterful execution.