From The Car Connection: 2016 Chevrolet Equinox Review The Chevrolet Equinox is the brand's second-best selling vehicle in North America and has been holding steady in a sweet spot for crossover-vehicle popularity. Only the Silverado full-size pickups are better sellers for Chevy.
Last year, Ford rocked the conservative, evolutionary pace of change in the U.S. pickup-truck arena with the introduction of a radically new, aluminum-bodied F-150 family.
Android Auto first began making headlines in early 2014. Since then, fans of Google's mobile operating system have been patiently waiting for the software to roll out to cars.
Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6x6 Double Cab Pickup concept
Britain’s Kahn Design is back with a new six-wheeled monster; this time in the form of a pickup truck. The latest addition to the company’s growing family of Flying Huntsman coachbuilt Land Rover Defenders made its debut at the recent Land Rover Owners Show in the United Kingdom.
It’s been close to a decade since news of the Bloodhound SSC first emerged. This week, though, the people behind the supersonic car have finally revealed the completed version.
At the recent Frankfurt Auto Show, Mazda showed off a new crossover concept called the Koeru which previews the design language pegged for the automaker’s future high-riding models, such as the next-generation CX-9.
2016 Tesla Model S
From Green Car Reports:
The first deliveries of the Tesla Model X electric crossover are to take place next Tuesday, September 29, and Tesla plans to unveil its less-expensive Model 3 sedan next year. The company also continues to test its "Autopilot" autonomous-driving technology.
Over the next few years, established German luxury automakers are expected to respond to Tesla's success with a series of high-end electric cars and plug-in hybrids Mercedes-Benz has already discussed an electric car, with a possible introduction date of 2019.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will develop better ways to detect cheating on emissions testing in the wake of the Volkswagen diesel scandal, the agency's chief says. It hopes to avoid future cases like this, in which Volkswagen installed special software that allowed cars to operate differently when an emissions test was detected.