2016 Ford F-150
Lots of folks are talking about the Ford F-150. The truck has been America's best-selling vehicle for the past several decades, and the F-Series in general has topped U.S. charts since the 1940s. But is the king about to be kicked off the mountain?
As part of our recent first drive of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class, we scrambled up steep slopes, challenged this utility vehicle’s air suspension and traction systems, and momentarily teetered on two wheels at several different points.
In show biz, there's an old saying: "Leave 'em wanting more." It means that entertainers should play hard-to-get, offering just enough slap-and-tickle to entice their audiences to shell out for a second ticket.
Aston Martin DB10 in trailer for new James Bond movie 'Spectre'
It was back in December that Aston Martin shocked us with the unveiling of a new car, the DB10, which was developed exclusively for a starring role in the new James Bond movie Spectre. Today, an extended trailer is out and we get to see several shots of the car in action and even learn some if its specs.
During last week’s announcement of the new Ludicrous mode for certain versions of the Model S electric sedan, Tesla CEO Elon Musk let slip that the launch of a second-generation Roadster has been pushed back to 2019.
There’s no denying that demand for crossover SUVs is booming around the globe, even here in the United States where the high-riding vehicles last year overtook sedans to become the country’s most popular bodystyle for the first time.
Used Toyota Camry Hybrid battery packs installed at Lamar Buffalo Ranch, Yellowstone National Park
When it comes to zero-emission vehicles, Toyota has placed its flag firmly on the side of hydrogen fuel cells. The company is now reviewing requests from potential buyers and lessees of its 2016 Mirai fuel cell car, which is expected to hit California roads before the end of the year.
Cars with plugs have been on sale since December 2010, and a second generation will start arriving next year. But while long-range battery-electric cars--the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV and an all-new 2017 Nissan Leaf--grab attention, another vehicle on the way could be equally important.
Among established luxury brands, Porsche may be among the best equipped to challenge Tesla Motors. The German automaker known for its sports cars has already built three plug-in hybrids, beating Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz to launch that powertrain in the large luxury sedan and mid-size crossover segments.