2015 Ford Mustang GT
A completely new Mustang doesn’t come along very often. In fact, in 50 years of the original pony car, there have only been five generations until now. They’ve each signaled significant change, and the new sixth-generation model that makes its debut for 2015 is no exception.
Ford has a lot of momentum with the F-150, the best-selling vehicle in America for decades. So we think it courageous and to be admired that the automaker isn’t just aiming for continued evolution with its redesigned 2015 F-150.
In the past year the editorial team has reviewed more than 275 new vehicles and it's now time to name our favorite—The Car Connection's Best Car To Buy 2015. This year there are 11 nominees.
2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M
BMW’s new X5 M and X6 M performance SUVs based on the latest-generation X5 and X6 are finally here, revealed in full ahead of their official debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show in a month’s time.
Ford has confirmed that its 2016 Explorer will be introduced at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show taking place next month. We’re not talking an all-new version of the popular SUV but an updated version of the model that’s been on sale since the 2011 model year.
Yesterday’s announcement that Ferrari would be split off from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and have 10 percent of its shares sold to the public is sure to have come as a shock to many, but here’s a bit of insight into why the move makes so much sense for FCA.
Car2Go Smart Fortwo, in Portland
Seventy years of sprawling suburban development makes cars the most practical way for most people in the U.S. to get around, but actually owning that car may become optional. Particularly in urban areas, car sharing is steadily growing as an alternative to ownership--and apparently at a much faster rate than many previously thought.
With its massive 17-inch touchscreen display and very few secondary controls, the dashboard of a Tesla Model S electric car looks like nothing else on sale from any other automaker. The differences continue beneath the surface, where the Model S dashboard appears to borrow heavily from the designs of smartphones and tablets.
We already know that in the next few years, we'll see a slew of mid-size SUVs offered with plug-in hybrid powertrains--most from luxury brands like Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, and Range Rover. But the German luxury marques are making plans to compete more directly with Tesla Motors and its Model S all-electric long-range luxury sedan.