John Cooper has been a name that makes the hearts of Mini enthusiasts beat a little quicker for more than a generation. At this year's Geneva auto show, the two most recent Mini Cooper models--the Mini Cooper and the Mini Cooper Clubman--get the full John Cooper Works treatment, complete with new engines and a lots of race-inspired trim. Check out our photo gallery.
Tired of changing those wiper blades every six to eight months? Fioravante's wiperless windshield could keep your glass dry and clean. Brian Cooley takes a look at this new technology from the show floor at the 2008 Geneva auto show.
It's the new Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe, and we've got a sneak peek at the 2008 Geneva auto show. If you're the type of person who likes to ride in style, and with tiny LED lights embedded in the rooftop that resemble stars, then this is the car for you.
It has the face of an Acura TSX, a powerful diesel engine, and it's a wagon. What more could you ask for? At the 2008 Geneva auto show, Brian Cooley unveils the return of the Honda Accord Wagon.
Webasto showcases a new concept that may revolutionize the convertible. At the 2008 Geneva auto show, Brian Cooley takes a look at a different way of putting the top down.
At the 2008 Geneva auto show, Brian Cooley takes a look at an old favorite that's been redesigned and is ready to roll: the 2009 Volkswagen Scirocco. Unfortunately, unlike its predecessor, this Scirocco will not be hitting U.S. shores anytime soon. .
It's a boat, it's a car, it's a submarine! At the 2008 Geneva auto show, we took a peek at the underwater concept car that's been popping up around the news lately. Equipped with oxygen tanks and a front sensor, this car is definitely an eye-catcher.
The Geneva auto show opened in style today with a host of luxury manufacturers taking the wraps off their cars, including new models from Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Lamborgini, and Rolls Royce. Check out our pick of the supercars from the first day of action.
When Toyota brought the iQ concept car to Frankfurt last year, we knew that a production version of car was on its way. At today's Geneva auto show, Toyota unveiled the showroom-bound version of the ultracompact city car, which will go head-to-head with the Smart Fortwo when it arrives in Europe next year. Measuring less than 3 meters from stem to stern, the Japanese-inspired iQ makes uses of a number of engineering innovations to reduce space.
The most dramatic of these is an underfloor fuel tank that enables the car to have shorter rear overhangs. At the other end, … Read more
When we saw the Volkswagen IROC concept at the Paris Motor Show in 2006, we knew that Volkswagen had a two-door sports hatch up its sleeve, and today the wraps came off. The 2009 Scirocco (IROC was fortunately dispensed with) revives the nameplate after a 16-year absence, and from the look of the display models, the new car has been worth the wait. The Scirocco retains some of the side-profile design cues of the IROC with a rising beltline, plus a hidden B-pillar and a meaty C-pillar holding up a swooping roof.
At the front end, the new Scirocco seems … Read more