China Dominates EV Battery Production

The global electric vehicle (EV) battery market is expected to grow from $17 billion to more than $95 billion between 2019 and 2028.

By Justin Cornelison | October 13, 2022
Formula E Releases Preliminary Calendar

The all-electric, open-wheel Formula E race series begins next year, and now the full provisional calendar is available.

By John Beltz Snyder | October 01, 2013
Frankfurt 2013: Infiniti Q30 Concept

Recently, Infiniti teased its premium compact-segment concept first with a sketch, then an actual photo, and now the Q30 has made its official debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

By John Beltz Snyder | September 11, 2013
Video: Red Bull Mountain Drifting In China

In this video, drivers Federico Sceriffo and James Tang compete in a drifting competition up about 100 curves of China’s Tianmenshan Mountain. The setting, aerial and on-board shots, and judicious editing make for a bit of entertaining, high-horsepower eye candy.

By John Beltz Snyder | August 26, 2013
Preview: Vuhl 05

Coming to America in the near future, the Vuhl 05 has been revealed. It is a lightweight, two-seat track car made to compete with the likes of the Ariel Atom, KTM X-Bow, and BAC Mono.

By John Beltz Snyder | July 03, 2013
Video: Sebastian Vettel, David Coulthard Tackle Russia’s Unfinished Sochi Circuit

In case you haven’t noticed, Formula 1 has been on a big kick when it comes to expansion into new markets. India, China, and the Middle East have been the biggest beneficiaries of this move. For 2014, though, the F1 circus will be traveling to Russia.

By Brandon Turkus | May 16, 2013
Shanghai 2013: Buick Riviera Concept (UPDATED)

We’ll spare you all the clichés about how important China is to the auto industry and just say this: auto shows are a big deal in the Orient. Case in point is the number of concepts debuting at this year’s Shanghai auto show. There will be near-production concepts, like the BMW X4, but there should also be no shortage of pie-in-the-sky deals, like the new Riviera Concept.

By Brandon Turkus | April 19, 2013
“Americans Don’t Like Formula 1” – The Real Story, Part 2

In my last piece on this subject, I observed that in the US press this meme about Formula 1 fans got repeated often in the run up to the USGP, though almost always without any data (Americans don’t like numbers?). Data on 2012 race attendance has just been published, and interestingly enough the two races most likely attended by Americans (US citizens)—the Grand Prix du Canada and the United States Grand Prix—ranked second and third out of twenty races on the F1 calendar. In other words, based on attendance last year, the meme is wrong.

By Tom Martin | March 20, 2013
Review: 2014 Audi SQ5

This is the Master Landing Page for the Audi SQ5. From now on, as we further review this car, we will be updating this page with whatever fresh content we create. Future drive reviews, updated specifications, videos, and other relevant information will all be found right here, in one convenient spot.

By Brandon Turkus | January 08, 2013
First Look: 2013 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster

Remember that sweet looking Aston Martin Vanquish we showed you last week? Well, now Aston Martin has unveiled another stunning V-12-powered GT. This time, though, the top goes down.

By Brandon Turkus | July 12, 2012
Beijing 2012: Audi A6L e-tron Concept

Audi has brought a concept version of its long-wheelbase A6 to Auto China 2012. The A6L e-tron Concept utilizes a plug-in-hybrid arrangement, capable of covering 50 miles on pure electric power.

By Brandon Turkus | April 24, 2012
First Look: 2013 Nissan Sylphy

Earlier today, we showed you a teaser on the upcoming Nissan Sentra. Now, we can show you the vehicle that it is very likely going to be based on. This is the 2013 Nissan Sylphy.

By Brandon Turkus | April 23, 2012
First Look: 2013 Ford EcoSport

In Beijing, Ford has introduced the EcoSport compact SUV, which will go on sale in nearly 100 markets globally.

By John Beltz Snyder | April 23, 2012
Beijing 2012: Honda Concept C, Concept S

Honda debuted a pair of new concepts at Auto China 2012. Called the Concept C and Concept S, they are meant to express Honda’s new design direction.

By Brandon Turkus | April 23, 2012
Beijing 2012: Chrysler 300 Ruyi Design Concept

Along with the Jeep Wrangler Dragon Design Concept, Chrysler has released a design concept of the 300 sedan. The Ruyi Design Concept is meant to celebrate Chrysler’s return to the Chinese market.

By Brandon Turkus | April 23, 2012
Beijing 2012: Jeep Wrangler Dragon Design Concept

Jeep took the wraps off of a Wrangler Concept at the 2012 Auto China show in Beijing. The Wrangler Dragon Design Concept features a dragon motif, inspired by the 2012 being the year of the dragon.

By Brandon Turkus | April 23, 2012
First Look: 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Special Edition

Beijing is shaping up to be the show for limited-edition luxury vehicles. First we saw the Jaguar XJ Ultimate, and now there’s the Land Rover Range Rover Special Edition. And yes, Mrs. Beckham helped with this.

By Brandon Turkus | April 23, 2012
Beijing 2012: Lamborghini Urus Concept

It’s been a long time since Lamborghini’s last SUV, the LM002, but if the Urus Concept is any indication, it looks to have been time well spent. If (when) Lamborghini puts the Urus in to production, it’ll be packing 600 horsepower, which will be sent to all four wheels via a permanent four-wheel-drive system.

By Brandon Turkus | April 23, 2012
Detroit 2012: Maserati Kubang’s North American Debut

We’ve already seen Maserati’s Kubang SUV concept in Frankfurt, but today it showed up on American soil for the first time. We were on hand to take pictures of the Kubang live in Detroit.

By John Beltz Snyder | January 10, 2012
Rolls-Royce Creates Year Of The Dragon Collection Phantom

Rolls-Royce is creating a special “Year Of The Dragon” edition, based on the Chinese zodiac, of the Phantom for 2012. The dragon is a symbol of power and prosperity, which seems fitting for a Rolls, and its image will be featured throughout the car.

By John Beltz Snyder | August 18, 2011
Friday Video: China’s BYD At The Detroit Auto Show

Chinese automaker BYD (stands for Build Your Dreams, in case you forgot) has been in attendance at the North American International Auto Show since 2008, and has never delivered anything less than a massively entertaining press conference in that time.

By Seyth Miersma | January 14, 2011


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