Nissan has just revealed an all-new compact crossover at this year's LA Auto Show: the 2018 Nissan Kicks. This vehicle will act as an entry-level crossover in Nissan's lineup, sitting between the smaller Juke and the larger Rogue. Think of this SUV as a budget version of those cars: Most of the practicality, but
Nik Miles brings you the latest TFL news stories this week. Here are the highlights:
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1) Aston Martin reveals the new Vantage
A replacement for the current Vantage has been long overdue, with Aston Martin unveiling the last generation
It's a David vs. Goliath moment on this episode of TFLcar as the Challenger Hellcat and Civic Type R throw down on the track.
For your Sunday delectation, check out the video above for a TFLcar mashup race of epic proportions. In one corner, you have the Dodge Challenger Hellcat: 707
Honda has now put the 2018 Civic Type R on sale, unchanged from this year's limited production run.
If you're looking for a new Civic Type R, here's your chance. Honda has just announced that the 2018 Civic Type R is on sale. It marches forward unchanged from this year's limited
The Tokyo Motor Show is still going on through November 5th, exhibiting a plethora of concepts every way you turn. Nik Miles was on the ground at this year's event to show you TFLcar's Top 5 cool cars. 2017's show was one that was heavy on concepts, and although none
The Hyundai i30 N is the brand's first offering under the brand's new in-house performance division. What does this mean for the future of Hyundai's performance cars?
TFLcar's Nathan Adlen stopped by the Hyundai booth at this year's SEMA show to check out a racing version of the new i30 N.
Hyundai Motor America, in keeping with the growing popular hatchback trend, has added a sporty version of its own, the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT, along with an even sportier model to come, the Elantra GT Sport. This new hatchback family member joins the Elantra sedan models providing more space and
Mazda headlined its appearance at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show with two concepts: The Vision Coupe and the Kai Concept.
The evolution of Mazda's Kodo design language is prevalent at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. On one hand, there's the new Vision Coupe concept - a sweeping illustration of Mazda's future.