2015 Toyota Sequoia
The 2015 Toyota Sequoia has room for the entire family and can tow a boat with ease, but its a challenge to maneuver for daily driving, and it's thirsty, too.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched three unrelated investigations of the 2008 Chevrolet Impala, the 2011-2012 Dodge Charger, and the 2006-2008 Hyundai Sonata. Together, the safety probes affect nearly 750,000 car owners in the U.S.
The 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid probably isn’t going to win over typical hybrid shoppers; but it’s going to charm the traditional Subaru crowd—as well as some shoppers who realize that this small hatchback strikes out a lot of the compromises that have traditionally come with all-wheel drive, and tough-terrain tractability.
2015 Land Rover Range Rover SVR prototype, 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed
Cadillac’s award-winning ATS sedan is about to spawn a high-performance variant, and a prototype has been spotted at the Nürburgring. The car is the all-new ATS-V, which will join the upcoming ATS-V Coupe and CTS-V in the American luxury brand’s high-performance lineup.
Look out Porsche, BMW, and Mercedes—there’s a new king of the high-performance SUV hill, and it’s Land Rover. With a documented lap time of 8 minutes, 14 seconds, the 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR lays claim to the title of the world’s fastest production SUV around the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The new SUV will being reaching customers sometime in 2015.
Tesla Motors and Panasonic have reportedly reached an agreement on Tesla's massive 'Gigafactory,' which is expected to be the world's largest manufacturer of lithium-ion cells when completed.
2015 Ford F-150
The aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150 is expected to be more fuel-efficient than the full-size pickup truck with a steel body that it replaces. But that efficiency comes at a price. F-150 prices will increase by $395 to $3,615, depending on the model, The Detroit News reports.
Some vehicles have complex, protracted development histories--and it looks like the Infiniti LE electric luxury sedan may be one of them. Following a period in which its development was suspended by Infiniti's then-CEO Johan de Nysschen (who most recently heads Cadillac), the LE is now back on Infiniti's product plan.
Plans are afoot to hit diesel drivers in London with an extra fee to drive on the city's streets. Drivers already pay a £11.50 ($19.50) fee to enter the city, known as the 'Congestion Charge', but diesel drivers could pay an extra £10 ($17) if the plans go ahead.