# Auto Shows
Automotive news of March 11
2019 Ford Mustang Adds California Special, Rev-Matching Six-Speed Manual
It's not just the Mustang Bullitt making a comeback.
Koenigsegg Regera Over-The-Air Updates Starting This Summer
Yet another way these hypercars are also technology powerhouses.
There Will Be No Off-Road Range Rover SVX Coupe
Or a performance focused SVR variant for that matter.
Does A Hybrid Car Actually Save You Money?
Are they really the fuel-efficient alternative they claim to be?
The Jaguar I-Pace Cab Forward Design Was Inspired By The C-X75 Supercar
Though the C-X75 never made production, its spirit lives on.
Nissan's Variable Compression Engine Is Changing The Gasoline Game
Perhaps fossil fuel engines aren't all that archaic after all
According To Jerry Seinfeld, The Porsche 911 R Was His Idea
That's gold, Jerry. Gold!
A New Mitsubishi Evo Will Happen Only If Deemed Marketable
It can't appeal to just a handful of enthusiasts.
Aston Martin And Rolls-Royce Get Into Verbal Fisticuffs
Two of Britain's upper crust brands come to verbal blows.
Is The New Jeep Wrangler's Price Tag Already Increasing?
Yet it was only revealed three months ago.
Ferrari 250 GTO Could Be Reborn As A Continuation Car
There could soon be a cheaper way to experience the timeless Ferrari 250 GTO.
Next-Generation Mercedes CLA Spied, Looks Like A Mini CLS
Expect to see the next-generation Mercedes CLA debut sometime in 2019 as a 2020 model.
2018 Geneva Motor Show
Take A Look At The New Ferrari-Powered Stratos In The Flesh
Production will be limited to just 25 examples.
BMW M Boss Tells Us Future EVs Will Not Be Totally Silent
A solution can always be found.
Morgan Aero Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Is A V8 Swansong
Only 50 are being produced to mark the end of an era.
Here's Why 2019 Buicks Won't Have 'Buick' Badges
Starting in 2019, Buicks won't say 'Buick' on their sheet metal.
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