Volkswagen's Dieselgate scandal grows more trainwreck-y with every passing day. The company's financial problems are mounting, and may mount much, much further.
In only a few generations, both the Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima have gone from also-rans to tough mid-size rivals for vehicles such as the Nissan Altima, Honda Accord and Ford Fusion. It's all for good reason, thanks to great styling, excellent fuel economy, available hybrid models, and class-leading value.
The 2016 Cayenne brings the attitude, and many of the visual cues, of Porsche's sports cars to a very family-friendly, sport-utility format.
Teaser for 2017 Genesis G90
It was only a week ago Hyundai confirmed it was forming a new luxury brand under the Genesis name to be made up of models whose names consist of a capital G and a number, 90, 80 or 70 etc., representing their positioning in the lineup. Today, the Korean automaker released teaser sketches for a new G90.
Ford has several new, more modestly sized trucks in the works—including a new Ranger pickup and Bronco SUV. The confirmation of the Ford Bronco comes ahead of a United Auto Workers vote, as part of a tentative labor agreement reached this past week.
The Ascari Race Resort is a European country club for those who like to drive fast rather than golf. Situated in Malaga, Spain, near the Mediterranean Sea, it’s a playland for well-heeled Europeans to flog exotic machines, bask in the sun, and be pampered by the resort’s staff.
Nissan X-Trail Hybrid (Japanese-spec) - Quick Drive, November 2015
The compact crossover has in recent years become the go-to vehicle format for frugal families, and it’s largely replaced the mid-size sedan when it comes to workaday parental tasks like bringing the kids to school, practice, and play. Yet this class has been devoid of hybrid offerings.
China now burns half of the world's coal, according to newly-released data that appears to correct previous government estimates. This latest data shows that China has been burning up to 17 percent more coal annually than its government previously reported.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a list of top "fuel sippers," compiled from its fuel-economy ratings. But none of them actually use any fuel at all.