It’s fun to read about half-million dollar cars online, but it’s even better to see them in person. Following the international debut of the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom earlier this year, the British luxury automaker is bringing the new Phantom to the 2018 Detroit auto show next month, giving potential customers and fans a chance to see the car on the show floor for the first time in the States.

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Amidst the Chevy Truck Centennial celebrations down in Fort Worth, Texas, Chevrolet dramatically helicoptered-in the all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado for a sneak peak ahead of its Detroit debut next month.

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This just in—the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado LT Trailboss was revealed at the Chevy Truck centennial event in Dallas, Texas.

The new Silverado LT Trailboss is one of eight 2019 Silverado models that will make their public debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.

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Here’s a rare bird we wish was parked inside our garage—a Signal Red 1964 Porsche 901/911. The Porsche 356 successor became the 911 because of a trademark dispute with Peugeot.

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Fresh off being named the 2018 Motor Trend SUV of the Year and with many more miles in the pilot’s seat on roads more stimulating than L.A.

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Last weekend, McLaren revealed the next entry in its Ultimate Series of hypercars. Though it wasn’t the hybrid hypercar successor to the mighty P1 we were expecting, the McLaren Senna is just as extreme, and might even top the P1’s on-track performance.

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Most Christmas-related automotive content is cheesy at best. At least half the time, it’s cringe-worthy, and the farther a company stretches to make the tie-in work, the more painful it is to sit through.

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Renault inaugurated the Alpine A110 production line earlier this week in Dieppe, northern France. Dieppe is the home of the Alpine brand and is where the original A110 Berlinette was built nearly 50 years ago.

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Aston Martin debuted a new Vantage with a twin-turbo V-8 packing 503 hp last month. But those who miss the Vantage’s bigger powerplant can still hold out hope for a revival.

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Earlier this week, news broke that Uber had erroneously charged one user the equivalent of $14,000 for a 21-minute ride across Toronto. But while that was bad for public relations, the latest Uber news could be much worse for the company.

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