Revised 2020 Opel Insignia Shows More Of Its New Corsa-Inspired Face

The facelifted Insignia should debut this fall and could come with PSA-sourced engines.

128 HP Opel Corsa GS Line Somehow Flew Under The Radar In Frankfurt

The GS Line is a warm hatch that packs a turbocharged three-pot and is billed as the spiritual successor to the first-gen GSi.

What Would You Call The BMW Concept 4’s Grille? Coffins? Waffle Iron? Beaver Teeth? Have Your Say

The grille of the BMW Concept 4 has caused a huge amount of controversy about its design – and for very good reason.

Frankfurt Motor Show Could Be Restructured In Order To Remain Sustainable

A lot of automakers, including Toyota, FCA, and Ferrari, were absent from this year’s event, and those present reduced their investments.

Here’s a Close Look At The ID.3, Volkswagen’s Most Important New Car In Many Decades

The all-new compact electric hatchback is available in three different battery and electric motor configurations.

Electrify America Charges Porsche Taycan From 5 To 80 Per Cent In 22 Minutes

Thanks to its 800-volt architecture, the new Taycan charges faster than any other electric vehicle currently on the market.

Ferrari Says It Will Fight To Retain V12s In Its Engine Lineup

The 812 GTS’ 789 HP, 6.5-liter V12 had to be fitted with a particulate filter in order to comply with Euro 6 regulations.

2020 Audi E-Tron Sportback Teased, Debuts November 19th

Audi’s electric crossover coupe will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Daimler CEO Confirms All-Electric AMGs Are In The Works

The upcoming Mercedes EQS could be the first fully electric AMG.

2019 Frankfurt Motor Show Guide: A-to-Z Debuts (Day 3)

CarScoops’ A-Z round up of all the new production and concept vehicles debuting in Frankfurt.

2020 Alpina B7 Is A 205MPH First Class Cruiser

Thanks to the 599 horsepower, 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8, this is your BMW M7 alternative.

Op-Ed: In Defense Of The New BMW 4-Series’ Gaping Grille

Everyone (including us) was upset about the new 4-Series nose; however, there’s a sound reasoning behind this, seemingly odd, stylistic choice.