Cadillac has reportedly moved into the next phase of its creation of a new flagship sedan. The car is expected in 2015, riding on a new Omega rear-wheel drive platform. What will it look like? Perhaps the Ciel gives us clues.
BMW has launched its On Demand flexible car rental program in the U.S., two years after its debut at BMW Welt. Now New Yorkers can rent a 328i by the hour, day, or week, and the program is likely to expand to other cities if it proves successful here.
Join us as we take you through a video review of the new 2012 Chrysler 300. With up to 31 mpg highway or a brawny HEMI V-8, the Chrysler 300 offers a little bit of something for almost everyone.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news in the headlines below.
Cadillac Flagship Sedan Gets The Green Light: Report
BMW On Demand USA To Offer Short Term BMW Rentals
Fleet Of Nine McLaren MP4-12C GT3s To Tackle Spa 24 Hours
2013 Audi Q5 Hybrid To Be Pricey 'Performance Hybrid'?
Tesla Opens Portland Store, Passes A Million Visitors So Far In 2012
Study: Women More Prone To Road Rage, 30% Text & Drive To Work
New Range Rover To Spawn Long-Wheelbase Model
Lexus LFA Trio Goes Dancing...Err...Drifting: Video