Built on BMW's own assembly lines, the B5 Biturbo brings M5 power -- and then some -- to both sedans and wagons.
While all three vehicles have already been shown off in other corners of the globe, the LA show will be the first time they're displayed in the United States.
Aston Martin and Williams Advanced Engineering team up to create an all-electric version of the automaker's four-door supercar, and it could become a production model in a very tight time frame.
The UAW's most recent contract with Chrysler hints at a grim future for the brand's heavy-hitting sports car.
Rolls-Royce's new 2016 Dawn convertible features V-12 power, gorgeous open-pore wood, night vision and a transmission that takes its shifting orders from satellites.
We know a lot about Cadillac's new CT6 model, including its driveline and some cabin tech features, but what it looks like will remain a mystery until its New York unveiling next week.
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At the upcoming Los Angeles auto show, BMW will introduce the latest generation of its X5 M and X6 M SUVs, which exhibit sports-car-like performance.
The recently unveiled Jaguar XE gives the brand a car that can compete with the BMW 3-series, extending the range of the British automaker to, almost, everyman levels.
Hyundai's sports coupe is losing the smaller of its two engine options for the 2015 model year.