At long last, Infiniti has fully redesigned its QX50 midsize crossover. Ditching the wagon-like looks we first saw in 2007 on the first-gen model (then called the Infiniti EX35), the QX50 has evolved into a more conventional-looking CUV.

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Ian Cartabiano, chief designer of Toyota’s Calty studio in Newport Beach, California, has been promoted to run the automaker’s ED2 studio in the south of France.

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Back in November, we reported that Aston Martin sales were strong enough that it would likely turn a profit in 2017. At the time, it had sold 3,330 cars, an increase of 65 percent for the year.

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Volkswagen has dropped prices on the Tiguan small SUV to make it more competitive against rivals, according to a report from Automotive News.

The automaker informed dealers of the changes on Thursday.

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The Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup still eludes us here in the U.S., but here’s a look at the latest luxury concepts for the great outdoors elsewhere.

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Joining the bold display of autonomous cars at CES, Toyota will debut the third iteration of its self-driving Lexus LS 600hL next week.

The test vehicle has a new Luminar LIDAR system with a vision range of 200 meters (656 feet).

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Sustainability. Green manufacturing. Zero landfill. No matter what terms are used, every car company has a position, if not a mission statement and color (usually a shade of blue or green), devoted to the cause of reducing the environmental impact of vehicle manufacturing.

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Shortly after we published our F-Pace arrival story online, a friendly email arrived from proud owner Gregory Craig of Denver, Colorado, with several suggestions he culled from “the collective experience of hundreds of owners” and “many more lurkers and pre-buy folks” on www.fpaceforum.com.

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The 2019 Toyota Avalon will debut at the Detroit auto show later this month. But until then, the automaker continues to tease the fifth-generation large sedan with a look at its new sequential turn signals.

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The “Eleanor” Ford Mustang from 2000’s Gone in 60 Seconds is one of the baddest cars to ever hit the silver screen. Whether you like the restomodded pony car or not, it’s easily one of the most iconic movie Mustangs ever—right up there with Steve McQueen’s Bullitt Mustang.

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