2016 BMW i8Enlarge Photo
From The Car Connection:
The 2016 BMW i8 blends a stunning coupe design with a slew of advanced technology underneath; the plug-in hybrid powertrain, and its corresponding efficiency, may be all but irrelevant.
The 2016 Ford F-150, fresh off a transformation that made it leaner yet much-improved in most ways, gets new Sync 3 infotainment and trailer-backup wizardry.
When we think of technology and change, we often think of computers, mobile phones, cars, and such. But today, even the most mundane objects are evolving, from electrical outlets to thermostats. Driver's licenses are not immune.
2016 Toyota GT 86 GRMNEnlarge Photo
From Motor Authority:
Toyota’s GT 86, sold in the United States as the Scion FR-S, hasn’t had much in the way of updates since the debut in 2011. That’s about to change soon, though, as prototypes for an updated version have been spotted testing.
Having recently announced the new luxury brand Genesis, Hyundai has now named the person who will lead it. That person is former Lamborghini executive Manfred Fitzgerald.
As you get ready to go out and celebrate the start of the new year, here’s a video to bring your octane levels to the max. It’s a compilation of some of the best performance cars and supercars seen this year, with their engines screaming.
First 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell delivered to lessee at Tustin Hyundai, June 2014
First 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell delivered to lessee at Tustin Hyundai, June 2014Enlarge Photo
From Green Car Reports:
Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell crossovers were first delivered to customers in Southern California last year, and almost 100 vehicles have been leased since then.
Hundreds of thousands of diesel-VW owners are waiting to find out how their cars will be updated to meet emissions standards, once modifications are approved by regulators.
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