For a while in the late Nineties, if you wanted a big, blingy SUV, there was just one ride to roll in: the Lincoln Navigator. Then Cadillac came along and crashed the party with the Escalade.
Next year, with the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid, GM will have a comfortable mid-size sedan capable of achieving at least 45 miles per gallon—without any need to plug-in.
GM’s new mid-size pickups, the 2015 GMC Canyon and 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, offer more available safety features than rival models like the Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier.
2016 Jaguar XF
This April will be an exciting time for car enthusiasts—and don’t let the April Fool’s fool you—in the case of the 2016 Jaguar XF, at least, it’s the real deal. This is the new take on Jaguar’s now-oldest model, and it’s a smart re-do ahead of the arrival of the more compact XE sedan.
Come spring 2016, Ford's new Focus RS will be sitting in dealerships all across the country. You won’t have to wait until then to get a good, close-up look at the car, however, as Ford has confirmed a North American debut at next week’s 2015 New York Auto Show.
Last week, Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter attempted to slam the door on whispers Chevrolet is working on a mid-engine version of the Corvette. Of course, it's going take more than reasoned argument and denial from anyone—even automotive royalty like Juechter—to extinguish one the industry's longest running rumors.
BMW i3 and Volkswagen e-Golf electric cars using Combined Charging System (CCS) DC fast charging
Ask any electric-car advocate, and they'll likely list availability of public charging as one of the key requirements to getting more people interested in plug-in vehicles. The availability of public charging stations reduces range anxiety and gives drivers greater trip flexibility.
It's a simple fact that electric cars get cleaner when the electricity grids used to power them do. And, indeed, those grids are growing less dirty each year in the United States.
Ah, satire. From Jonathan Swift's "modest proposal" to MAD Magazine in the formative years of many pre-teen boys, it serves as a bracing reminder of the absurdity of life.