If the rumors pan out, the Peugeot 508 R should need only four and a half seconds to complete the 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) task.
Author: Adrian Padeanu
The Pininfarina-styled 504 Coupe makes the leap into the 21st century through a lovely throwback concept.
Using a 13-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that can be fully recharged in two and a half hours, the concept has an all-electric range of 43 miles
Finally, the crossover gets an all-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid system and up to 300 horsepower.
Can a road-legal model like the Project One even think of competing with a track-only beast? Mercedes-AMG through the voice of its boss seems to think so.
The F1 car for the road is inching closer to its final form. And it's out and about doing some testing now.
A track-only version was also considered, but ultimately failed to receive the green light along with on open-top Project One too.
The new plug-in hybrid X5 also has a much more generous electric range, with BMW saying it can do up to 50 miles thanks to a new lithium-ion battery pack.
The naturally aspirated supercar will reinvent itself in the next decade by rightly ditching the combustion engine.
We are only a day away from the world unveiling of the Mercedes EQ C and it looks like Audi is trying to remind us later we'll soon see its fully electric crossover.
A new report from Auto Motor und Sport says Mercedes-AMG has made it crystal clear it won’t allow buyers to flip their cars for a quick profit.
2020 will be the year when the Automobili Pininfarina PF0 is going to hit the streets, but prospective owners will be given the opportunity to check out the...
The radically styled low-slung shooting brake uses solid-state batteries and adopts a modular cabin with a sliding driver’s seat to make room for a passenger.
The lovely styling and promising specs do come at a cost: $155,000 in the United States and €155,000 in Europe.
It will be just about as quick as the next-generation Tesla Roadster, but not quite.
Mercedes’ design boss Gorden Wagener took to Instagram to share a new preview video of the concept, showing a shadowy silhouette of the one-off.
The goal was to claim a new track (and highly specific) record for the fastest luxury four-door hybrid sedan, although technically, the Panamera is a hatchback.
Aside from the obvious "electric test vehicle" stickers, there are other clues revealing this prototype lacked a combustion engine.