2015 Nissan Juke
If you're looking for a sporty small car, and you think that standing out from the crowd is a good thing, you'll want to consider the 2015 Juke. And actually, the Juke has always been an outsider—a small crossover, with its priorities in a very different place than pretty much every other model on the market.
To those who aren't already car enthusiasts, it might seem a bit odd to be comparing the Audi TT with the Volkswagen Golf GTI. Side by side, inside and out, and even from the driver's seat, these two models feel like different cars entirely, and they seemingly have very little in common.
You've finally done it: you've researched, you've asked around, you've test driven, and at long last, you've chosen your next car. But that moment of exhilaration could be brief if you haven't inquired about insurance.
2016 Jaguar XF
With all of the excitement surrounding the arrival of the new XE small sedan, it’s easy to forget that Jaguar is also set to introduce a new generation of its XF mid-sizer in the very near future. We’ve been spying prototypes for months but now Jaguar has confirmed a reveal of the car for March 24.
Anyone looking forward to BMW’s new front-wheel-drive range in the U.S. is going to be disappointed, as the automaker has reversed a previous decision to bring the cars over here.
Last year, we heard that a company based in California was working on a convertible conversion for the Tesla Model S. Now the first example of the car is up for sale on eBay Motors.
2016 Hyundai Tucson
The new 2016 Hyundai Tucson will arrive later this year, but not all of its variants will be offered in the U.S. At the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, Hyundai showed off two hybrid models we likely won't see: a 48-volt mild hybrid and a plug-in hybrid, both of them fitted with diesel engines.
Advanced battery technology startup Sakti3 has received a further round of investment capital to help bring its solid-state cells to market. A new investor, British vacuum-cleaner maker Dyson, invested a total of $15 million and signed a joint-development deal with the company.
If you haven't heard of the all-electric, all-wheel-drive Tesla Model S P85D--and you're reading about green cars--you may not have been paying attention. Tesla claims the P85D is the fastest four-door sedan on the market, at least from 0 to 60 miles per hour. To date, no other automaker has stepped up to argue about it.