From The Car Connection: 2016 Fiat 500X review The Fiat 500X is brand-new this year, and Fiat says it brings good road manners, perfect urban size, excellent fuel economy, and cut-above safety technology to the growing class of small SUVs, which includes the Chevy Trax and Buick Encore, the Jeep Renegade (a platform-mate of the 500X) and soon will include the likes of the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3.
No one knows for certain when fully autonomous cars will be sold to the public, but as of today, we know when autonomous braking systems will become standard on millions of new vehicles.
No one likes taking a car in for service, and as J.D. Power's latest study shows, we loathe the process more today than we did a year ago. That said, some dealers make it far more bearable than others.
Bugatti Chiron, 2016 Geneva Motor ShowEnlarge Photo
When you are designing a 1,480-horsepower car that can top 250 mph, cooling and aerodynamics become very important factors. That was the task Bugatti director of design Achim Anscheidt faced when drawing up the Bugatti Chiron, and he came to the same conclusion.
By now you’re probably tired of reading about Alfa Romeo’s new Giulia sedan, whose introduction in the United States seems to be taking forever. Recall that Alfa Romeo showed us the Giulia—in high-performance Quadrifoglio trim—for the first time last summer.
Jeep CEO Mike Manley recently revealed that the brand had some “pretty exciting news” to make about the Grand Cherokee at next week’s 2016 New York Auto Show.
Car2Go Smart ForTwo Electric Drive in San DiegoEnlarge Photo
When Car2Go launched its car-sharing service in San Diego about five years ago, its entire fleet was composed of electric cars. It was a move that made San Diego officials smile, as the city is undertaking an ambitious plan to cut carbon emissions.
When it comes to buses, few are more recognizable than London's iconic double deckers. And now these distinctive vehicles are going electric.
The Toyota Prius may have started the era of modern hybrid cars when it debuted in Japan in 1997, but it was far from the first hybrid vehicle. Ferdinand Porsche actually designed a handful of hybrid and electric cars with Vienna-based carriage builder Jacob Lohner and Company, starting in 1898.