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2017 Maserati Levante SUV Revealed Before Geneva

Earlier today, Autoweek.nl showed leaked images of the production-ready Maserati Levante prior to its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Apparently, that leak has spurred Maserati to get out in front of the story as the Italian luxury brand has taken to Twitter to reveal the Levante under its own terms. DON’T MISS: 2016

2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR Revealed, Priced From $126,945

Jaguar’s F-Type was already one of the most compelling sports cars on the market thanks to a combination of stunning good looks, one of the best-sounding V-8s in production, plus a tasteful, well-built cabin. Now the British brand has thrown supercar performance into the mix, albeit without the usual supercar price tag. Say hello to

2016 Royal Enfield Himalayan Revealed

Indian manufacturer Royal Enfield revealed its much-awaited adventure bike, the Himalayan. Powered by a new 411cc Single, the Himalayan was designed to be a lightweight, uncomplicated motorcycle that can go anywhere, including the rugged terrain of its namesake. Royal Enfield Himalayan Trademarked In fact, the company’s chief executive Siddhartha Lal proved it for himself, taking

Avatar Roadster Revealed With Ford Focus RS Power

Recently, we told you about a new track car from British firm Avatar that was designed to fit a variety of four-cylinder engines from the Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F], including the awesome turbocharged 2.3-liter unit fitted to the latest Focus RS and all 350 horsepower that comes with it. Avatar used the recent 2016 Autosport

2017 Volvo S90 U.S. Specs Revealed

Following the successful launch of its XC90, which this week was named 2016 North American Truck/Utility of the Year, Volvo’s next major product offensive comes in the form of the 2017 S90 sedan, on show this week at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Capturing the beauty of the original P1800-inspired concept coupe of 2013 and

2017 Genesis G90 Revealed: Video

It wasn’t long ago that Hyundai confirmed it was forming a new luxury brand under the Genesis name to be made up of models whose names consist of a capital G and a number, 90, 80 or 70 etc., representing their positioning in the lineup. At the Detroit Auto Show, following on a first look