From The Car Connection:
Just a half-hour into our first drive of the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander, we were already feeling reassured of one important thing: At face value, it’s actually a very good vehicle for the target buyer.
Ignition interlocks are increasingly on the minds of folks who aim to end drunk driving. In 2013, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggested that interlocks—those devices that prevent a car from starting if they detect that a driver is blotto—should be required for anyone arrested for drunk driving.
The Audi S6 has a rich history with enthusiasts, including the envy of the European RS6 wagon—a model we don’t get in the United States. But for 2016, the S6 gets a handful of visual and equipment updates, making it an even better version of the luxury sport sedan we’ve come to know and love.
Ferrari LaFerrari FXX K
The first of Ferrari’s LaFerrari-based FXX K track cars have been delivered to their eagerly awaiting buyers and here we see four of them taking to Italy’s Imola during one of Ferrari’s Corse Clienti customer racing events.
BMW’s next-generation 7-Series, the G11, has been shown completely undisguised yet again. The new flagship sedan is set to be revealed on Wednesday, June 10, ahead of an official world debut at September’s 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show, and BMW has already started showing the car privately to some customers, which is where these photos are believed to have been snapped.
It was only in February that Rolls-Royce announced plans for a new SUV but the reveal of a test mule just weeks later confirmed that work on the automaker’s first “high-sided, all-terrain” vehicle had already been underway well before the announcement. We’ve now spotted a test mule for Rolls-Royce’s SUV in the wild.
2016 Audi A3 e-tron - First Drive
By now, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the 2016 Audi A3 e-tron plug-in hybrid is missing in action. When Audi unveiled the U.S. version of its compact hatchback with a plug more than a year ago, at the New York Auto Show in April 2014, the planned arrival date was the summer of 2015.
About 15 million people buy a new vehicle in the U.S. each year, on average--but almost 40 million buy used cars in that same year. Modern electric cars have been sold in the U.S. since December 2010. Not surprisingly, they're started to show up on used-car lots.
The Tesla Motors "Gigafactory" currently under construction outside Reno, Nevada, is billed as the largest lithium-ion cell and battery production factory plant in the world.