27 Feb
Apple TV, refrigerator, Mac Mini computer & 800-horses of power

German modifiers/overlords of automotive badassery BRABUS have applied their skilled hands to Mercedes-Benz timeless G65 Wagon. Set to debut at next week’s Geneva Motor Show, the BRABUS 800 “iBusiness” Mercedes-Benz G65 ain’t your typical G-Wagon. As can be expected the G65 undergoes BRABUS’ usual stringent exterior overwork — including Widestar body kit, LED daytime running lights, [...]


Santa Ana, CA-based Corvette modifiers Callaway Cars have designed an AeroWagon shooting brake version of GM’s technical wonder Corvette Stingray. The seventh-gen C7 gets a booty extension to make it more practical — and a waaaaay cheaper alternative to Ferrari’s FF (altho the FF is AWD). The concept was designed by Paul Deutschman, Callaway’s long-time [...]


19 Nov
Hydrogen fuel cell-powered G-Wagon takes off-roading to 2025

The engineers over at Mercedes-Benz took it upon themselves to resolve what a SUV would look like in the year 2025, keeping their landmark Gelandewagen as the logical base vehicle. Of course in the future we will be more environmentally conscious argues Benz, so the Ener-G-Force Concept will be powered by hydrogen fuel cell, augmented [...]


15 Feb
The 174 MPH / 25.7 MPG wagon that'll paint the asphalt black

Today Audi unveiled images of its soon-to-be-unveiled 2013 RS 4 Avant — the flagship vehicle for the Four Ring’s highest selling A4 line-up. Set to drop sheets at this year’s Geneva Auto Show, the RS 4 Avant will be powered by the 4.2 liter V8 found in the RS5, generating 450 horsepower and an electronically [...]


14 Sep
Karma's Shooting Brake cousin debuts at Frankfurt Motor Show

By now you should now know about Fisker Automotive, a California-based independent startup founded by premier designer Henrik Fisker — best known for penning the gorgeous Aston Martin DB9, V8 Vantage and BMW Z8. But unlike most startup auto companies, Fisker actually has a chance of succeeding — first because it’s executive board is loaded [...]


7 Dec
Very little automotive excitement in the City of Angels

If you want to discuss the depressing state of the auto industry, you need venture no further than this year’s LA Auto Show to see just how low the industry has sunk. Nevermind that halo lines like Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini didn’t even bother showing up, the lines that did had very little exciting newness [...]

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