2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
From The Car Connection:
The Range Rover Evoque may have been seen as a wild card when first introduced, but several years later it's one of the smartest moves Land Rover has made—giving it a distinctly different "urban rugged" entry that perfectly counters the brand's more traditionally styled products, like the Range Rover, as well as the new (and closely related) Land Rover Discovery Sport.
The auto industry is worried about Millennials. Study after study, survey after survey has shown that the 18-to-35 demographic doesn't care as much about cars as their parents and grandparents did.
It's official: Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal is now a movie. Well, it will be. Just as soon as all the investigations and hearings and lawsuits wrap up. And the tell-all book is written. And someone turns that book into a screenplay.
2016 BMW M2
The BMW M2 has been one of the worst kept secrets of the year but who really cares when the finished product looks go good. The M2 serves as a spiritual successor to the 1-Series M Coupe, produced for just one model year, and it is confirmed to go on sale next spring, as a 2016 model.
For going on a decade now, Lexus has been on a mission to convince enthusiast buyers who might gravitate toward European cars that it, too, can build world-class sports cars and sports sedans. It started with the 2008 IS F, a would-be BMW M3 competitor that showed promise but just couldn’t really challenge the best performance four-door of the day.
Ferrari is on track to reverse a decision made by former Chairman Luca di Montezemolo to limit annual production at about 7,000 cars, no doubt to the ire of current owners. The 7,000-car limit was instigated by di Montezemolo as a way to maintain Ferrari’s exclusivity when most rivals are racing to break sales record after sales record.
2013 Volkswagen Phaeton (European spec)
As it reels from the ongoing diesel-emissions cheating scandal, Volkswagen is cutting spending and putting future expansion and development projects on hold. But apparently there's one future vehicle that will continue to progress despite of these circumstances.
We all know how to compare horsepower, acceleration, and gas mileage. Practical car buyers know to look at cargo volume, too. But when it comes to buying your first electric car, there are a few things you need to know about charging.
The 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid has made its world debuts and should arrive at U.S. dealers starting around January. But specific details have been surprisingly sparse. Yesterday, Toyota released a few specifications at an event in Japan.