Skoda might not be a favorite among the tuning community, but that hasn't stopped a team of students within the company from turning the Rapid Spaceback into the Atero, a coupe to make Fast & Furious fanboys weak at the knees. Read More
Fresh on the heels of having the Civic Sedan named North American Car of the year for 2016, Honda has introduced a completely new version of the Civic Coupe. This latest iteration incorporates some of the engine, suspension and interior upgrades Honda gave the Sedan, but with some further styling cues more in keeping with the sportier coupe.Read More
Having announced plans in 2012 to relaunch the Alpine marque, Renault has today made good on its word. The just-unveiled Alpine Vision show car is a preview of a production version that will go on sale next year. The two-seater coupé will accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in under 4.5 seconds.Read More
It might be cold outside in Detroit, but the world's car manufacturers have shaken it off to put on a sizzling display at this year's North American International Auto Show. As the pressure on manufacturers to meet strict emissions deadlines tightens, the number of hybrids and electric cars on display has grown. But that doesn't mean it was all eco-cars; from heavy-duty trucks, slinky sports coupes and minivans, there was something on the floor for everyone. Take a closer look in Gizmag's best of Detroit photo gallery.
In the world of roadsters, none are quite as well-known as the Mercedes SL. The nameplate has been around since 1954, and has graced the flanks of brilliant coupes and convertibles across the 61 years since its foundation. For the latest update, Mercedes hasn't messed with the formula too much. Instead, the German brand has tidied up the design of its current model, and packed in suspension technology that tilts the car into bends. Read More
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