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  • L.A. Auto Show: Dan Neil's calls on the carpet

     
    Some have taken to calling it the the Los Angeles International Carpet Show because of all the empty floor space this year. But if you look hard enough, you'll find some striking cars, concepts and trends on display at the......
  • Video: the Lotus Evora

     
    Live vicariously through autos columnist Dan Neil and take the Lotus Evora for a spin. The first all-new Lotus since 1995 takes the modern Lotus design and making it elegant and a bit roomier. Read Dan's column here Find more......
  • Video: Dan Neil on the Suzuki SX4 SportBack

     
    Automotive critic Dan Neil says the Suzuki SX4 SportBack is "the perfect car for those who think perfection is overrated." Read his review and watch the the video as Dan describes what it feels like to drive the car....
  • Garage-mahal, Chapter 2: The neighbors strike back

     
    When we first ran the story, we called it the Garage-mahal: a 1,200-square-foot living room for a resident Ferrari 512 BBi "Boxer." Two walls are floor-to-ceiling glass with retractable exterior shades; a flat-screen TV on tracks can traverse the length...
  • Norwegian electric-car maker Think revs up funding

     
    The Think City is an emission-free, 100% electric vehicle. Credit: Dan Neil / Los Angeles Times Think, the Norwegian electric carmaker, said Monday that it had raised an additional $40 million in funding to finance its expansion in Europe and the United...
  • L.A. Times Workers Sue Zell, Tribune Co.

    LOS ANGELES -- Several former and current Los Angeles Times employees filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the newspaper's corporate parent Tribune Co. and its chief executive, Sam Zell, contending that reckless management is destroying the value of the...
  • WHAT WERE THEY THINKING: The Misfits of Motordom

    Though a large number of poorly conceived or badly timed innovations were necessarily abandoned at the design phase, a large number have been developed into full-size, operational vehicles. On view will be examples of such vehicles (both popular and...
  • 2010 Ford Mustang GT: Embracing the spirit of change

    What interests me about the 2010 Ford Mustang might not interest you. I could stay up all night reading about taller tire sidewalls and their effect on suspension settings. You? Maybe not so much. I'm positively Nelly over the car's stiffer chassis --...
  • At Detroit auto show, makers with big problems think small

    DETROIT — With the economy crashing, Americans are tightening their belts and automakers are ready to sell them smaller pants. On Sunday at Detroit's auto show, General Motors Corp. revealed the , a tiny two-door hatchback that the company says...
  • Suzuki SX4 earns its stripes

    It's a well-known principle of quantum mechanics that racing stripes make a car faster. Depending on the width and color of the stripes, accessorizing paint schemes can be good for as much as 2 seconds in the quarter-mile and 50 mph top speed. No one...
  • 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia: Dashing through the snow in a wicked red sleigh

    2010 Ferrari 458 Italia: Dashing through the snow in a wicked red sleigh
    MARANELLO, Italy — Snow is a beautiful thing. Yet it's not snowflakes I see drifting into Ferrari's brick courtyard on the Via Abetone, the Temple Mount in this, the Jerusalem of Red Cars. Instead, I see confetti-like news clippings from Corriere...
  • For the Civic-minded

    IN the two years since I began working for the Los Angeles Times, hybrid automotive technology has matured dramatically. I can't say as much for the automotive consumer. In a strange analog to the culture wars over abortion and gay marriage, a debate...