Toyota's in the baby crossover game.
Land Rover is expanding its Range Rover line with the stylish new Velar.
Mercedes makes some significant changes to its S-Class range for 2018.
The Land Rover Defender died about two years ago, but that's not stopping British tuner Kahn from trying to one-up the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet. An early sketch of the car shows it has three axles and a power soft top like the Maybach's. We expect the off-roader to make its debut in March at the Geneva Auto Show.
As expected, the Yuntu concept Jeep showed in Shanghai earlier this year was an accurate preview of a production model. Patent images uncovered in China show what the three-row crossover will look like. It will most likely wear the Grand Commander nameplate, and it will be built in China for the local market only. This isn't the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer we're expecting on our shores by the end of the decade.
An American-spec Lamborghini LM 002 built in 1990 just sold for $467,000 at an auction. For that price, you could buy two examples of the brand-new Urus and still have money left over for a Jeep Wrangler.
Geri Horner, a member of the Spice Girls, purchased Ringo Starr's classic Mini for $137,000. The car has received numerous modifications, including a two-tone paint job and a rear hatch in lieu of the flip-down tailgate.
Saleen has announced the 1 it unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show costs $100,000 in its most basic configuration. The company is accepting $1,000 deposits, and it expects to build 1,500 cars annually in China.
Volkswagen will stuff the Golf R's turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine under the T-Roc's hood, according to British magazine Autocar. Unfortunately, there's no indication the 306-horsepower, all-wheel drive crossover will set sail across the Atlantic and arrive in North America.