2016 Honda Fit
From The Car Connection: 2016 Honda Fit Review The 2016 Honda Fit sets the benchmarks for interior space, utility, and safety for small hatchbacks. It may not be as entertaining to drive as it once was, and some minor fit and finish niggles could use some attention, but by a wide margin, it's our top choice in its class.
With the 2016 MKC, Lincoln is trying to connect with a crowd it's simply lost touch with: young, affluent professionals in big East and West Coast cities. With the Lincoln brand again in flux, and migrating toward something that's more design- and technology-focused, it's getting a lot closer—if these shoppers can look past the ambiguity of the badge.
Yesterday, we told you about Audi, BMW, and Daimler, who have banded together to keep Google from dominating the mapping industry and, thus, the autonomous car industry. Now, Toyota has done something similar, but in many ways, dumber.
2017 Audi S8 Plus
Tired of seeing Mercedes-Benz have all the fun in the full-size performance sedan segment, Audi has come out with a new version of its S8 that’s packing a full 605 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque (553 lb-ft with overboost). The new version is the S8 Plus, and it makes its world debut next month at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.
Ford’s new GT supercar has been caught once again testing in production trim—or a somewhat more naked version of production trim—and this time we have video footage. The video gives us a good idea as to what the new supercar will look like on the road when it's finally launched on the market, currently scheduled for sometime next year.
We already had a chance to take Mercedes-Benz’s new GLC for a spin and found it to be a very impressive vehicle. With a roomy interior that’s easily the best in class, a powerful engine under the hood (and more potent units to come), and ride comfort that’s comparable to the impeccable C-Class sedan, there’s a lot to love about this plush small SUV.
2016 Bentley Continental GT Speed, First Drive, Oslo, Norway
The event that started out as National Plug-In Day has now expanded into National Drive Electric Week. Every year, advocacy group Plug-In America collaborates with the Sierra Club, the Electric Auto Association, and numerous smaller entities to host a national electric-car awareness event.
Owning an electric car is fine for daily use, but if you have someplace special to go, some drivers may ask whether it's capable. As public charging infrastructure continues to expand, more destinations are being opened up to drivers looking to take electric-car road trips.
With yesterday's release of final EPA rules for reducing carbon emissions from power plants, the stage is set for a major battle over how--and even whether--any carbon emissions in the U.S. may be limited. Meanwhile, there's Norway.