The 2016 Kia Optima Evolves Right Into the New York Auto Show

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The Optima has a design, and Kia is (for the most part) stickin’ to it. The 2016 Optima debuted at the New York Auto Show today, premiering its evolutionary upgrade of the third-generation model.

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Is a LaFerrari or a Cobra Better at Indoor Donuts?

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What are better than donuts? Indoor donuts, Ferrari LaFerrari donuts, and Shelby Cobra donuts, that’s what. Shall we call them Indonuts? LaFeronuts? Cobronuts? Maybe? They’ll be the new Cronuts. Continue Reading »

April Fools: 10 New Cars That Aren’t Actually Real

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That inevitable day has finally arrived – April Fools’ Day 2015. Don’t trust your coworkers, don’t trust your family, and apparently… don’t trust some of the world’s largest automakers. Take a look at some of the car pranks these industrial powerhouses came up with for 2015. Yes, we’re sad some of these aren’t real either.  Continue Reading »

Honda Drops Jaws With New Civic Concept; Type-R Coming Stateside

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It’s the news enthusiasts have all been waiting for— Honda is bringing the Civic Type-R to the U.S. for the first time ever. But more importantly, the Honda Civic Concept you see here introduces the world to a new global Civic— meaning the U.S. and Europe finally get the same car. Hurrah! Continue Reading »

2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder Shows Off for Spring Break

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The weather is finally warming up across the country, so it’s only right that Porsche unveiled the sportier 2016 Boxster Spyder at this week’s 2015 New York International Auto Show. At its core, the Boxster Spyder is staying old-school, available only in manual and with a top only opened by hand.

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The Jensen GT Was a Lotus-Powered Last Hurrah

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At the Geneva Motor Show this year, a newly-revived Jensen displayed a new model called the GT, which is heavily influenced by the old Interceptor of the 1960s and 1970s. What many people don’t know, however, is that Jensen already produced a car called the GT just before the company went under in 1976. Unlike the undeniably cool new GT and the old Interceptor, the old GT had love it or hate it styling as a “shooting brake” version of the Jensen-Healey.
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Subaru BRZ STI Performance Concept is More Than Just a Pretty Face

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Two thoughts come to mind after seeing the Subaru STI Performance Concept introduced at the New York Auto Show today. When is it going to be a reality, and will I have to sell my first born to buy it? Continue Reading »

Ford and Chevrolet Co-Developing Track-Only Hypercar [UPDATE]

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Good Lord Almighty, what is the world coming to? Where McLaren has the P1 GTR and Aston Martin has the Vulcan, Ford and Chevy are working together on something they both lack in their lineup: a hypercar. More specifically, a hypercar for the track. Continue Reading »

2016 Cadillac CT6 Debuts Big With Lots of Luxury, New Technology

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The 2016 Cadillac CT6 finally got its big reveal after months of waiting and slowly released details. It is slated to be the brand’s new flagship and packs all the luxury you’d expect along with a huge list of new technologies. Continue Reading »

The Mazda Miata ‘Club’ Edition is Good News for Two Reasons

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If you were in the market for a third generation Mazda Miata… this summer might be the perfect time to gobble one up. Why? Because the fourth-gen MX-5 is bearing down on us and this newly revealed MX-5 Club edition sits at the top of that trim hierarchy. It’s quite a stunner, and if we’re right, it ought to spur more than a few lightly used MX-5 trade-ins soon.  Continue Reading »

CONTRIBUTORS

  • George Kennedy

    As BoldRide’s Managing Editor, George Kennedy helps bring forth his voice and perspective of the automotive landscape. Before joining the BR team, George has been a senior writer at WheelsTV, a feature writer for Hemmings Classic Wheels and an associate editor at Autoblog.com. He is also a featured contributor for the Boston Globe.

  • Jeff Perez

    Miami born BoldRide Content Director, Jeff began writing and attending auto shows while still in high school. As much as he loves the run-of-the-mill Italian supercar, his dream would be to compete in a bare-knuckle rally stage behind the wheel of a Lancia Stratos. If the classic Lancia ever does make it's way back into production he will be giving up his soul to own one.

  • Michael Prichinello

    Michael co-owns the Manhattan Classic Car Club. His idea of a dream vacation is flying somewhere to drive for a few thousand miles and, accordingly, he's racked up close to 500,000 miles driven in his lifetime. That includes five trips to the Nurburgring, and countless other races. While he's piloted more than 400 different types of cars, his first was a 1991 Trans Am.

  • Bill Wilson

    Bill was born with grease under his fingernails and a socket wrench in his hand. Okay, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration. But he has nurtured a passion for both writing and for all things automotive during most of his 46 years on the planet. He lives with his wife and a motley crew of dogs, cats, and other furry creatures near Asheville, NC. In his spare time he can usually be found at car shows.