# Auto Shows
Automotive news of July 19
Volkswagen And Audi Will Finally Fix Remaining 3.0-Liter Diesels
Once these engines are fixed, Dieselgate is "over."
Aston Martin Takes To The Skies With The Volante Vision Concept
The luxury air taxi brings Aston Martin together with Rolls-Royce aerospace.
Volvo Needs To Build This Sleek Electric Supercar
Would you want to see this Volvo electric supercar turned into a reality?
Lamborghini Builds More Aventadors In Seven Years Than Total Murcielagos Built
Wait until you read the Huracan production count so far.
Subaru Celebrates 30 Years Of STI With New Type RA-R
Of course, it's only for the Japanese market.
Ford RS200 Pikes Peak Car Wrecks At Goodwood After Bodywork Rips Off
This is the second time a Ford RS200 has crashed at Goodwood in a year.
10 Best Interiors Of 2018: Over $1 Million
These are the best interiors if money was no object.
The 2018 Nissan Leaf Nismo Will Go On Sale This Month (In Japan)
Will it come to North America? It needs to sell well in Japan first.
2019 Audi A8 Starts At $83,800 In America
That makes it more expensive than a BMW 7 Series but much cheaper than a Mercedes S-Class.
Paul Walker Documentary Finally Has An Official Premiere Date
Nearly five years after his tragic death, it's time to learn more about the man himself.
A New 2018 Ford F-Series Truck Is Sold About Every 35 Seconds
We're only mid-way through 2018 and already F-Series trucks are set to have a record sales year.
2019 BMW 7 Series Facelift Shows Off Massive Grille At The Nurburgring
Our spies caught the upcoming BMW 7 Series facelift flexing its muscles at the 'Ring.
First McLaren Senna In America Reaches Owner
"Fux Green" hypercar joins three other McLarens in the same collection
Toyota Gathers Every Generation Of The Supra For The First Time Ever
50 Toyota Supras spanning every generation were shown off at a special private event.
Ford Will Soon Take Applications For More Hopeful GT Buyers
Missed out the first time around? Here's your second shot.
Wednesday, July 18