2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
From The Car Connection:
Apple fans have waited more than two years for the CarPlay infotainment system to arrive. Now that the roll-out has finally begun, we can ask: has it been worth the wait?
The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is on the small end of the popular compact crossover utility segment, though it has useful interior room and practicality for its size. It's only incidentally sporty, despite the name--but it will suit value-minded shoppers who prize its size. It's let down by its crude interior and noisy, unrefined operation at speed, but at a starting price around $20,000, it's clearly the price-leading play in the segment.
Nissan's Leaf and Ford's Focus Electric represent two very different answers to the same question: What should a compact electric hatchback look like?
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
From Motor Authority:
Chevrolet has confirmed that the convertible version of the new Camaro will be available for sale early next year, along with the new turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder option. We now know how much extra you’ll have to pay for the Camaro Convertible over pricing for the coupe.
You’ve probably never heard of Anthony Jannarelly but we’re sure you’re familiar with his work. He’s responsible for penning the world’s most expensive car, the $3.4 million W Motors Lykan Hypersport, which starred in the hit movie Furious 7 and has just spawned a successor.
Only yesterday we learned that there’s a mission on to save local production of Australia’s Holden Commodore. However, it’s just one big, rear-wheel-drive offering from Down Under as Ford offers a similar model called the Falcon.
2016 Tesla Model X
From Green Car Reports:
At the very end of September, CEO Elon Musk personally delivered the first handful of Tesla Model X electric crossover utility vehicles to their buyers in an event at its assembly plant. Since then, Tesla's plant in Fremont, California, has been building increasing numbers of the Model X alongside the existing Model S sedan.
Many automakers are working to add public DC fast-charging stations for their electric cars. But not all stations can be used by all cars. In fact, there are currently three different fast-charging standards.
The new 2016 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid keeps and expands on all the good points of the first-generation Volt, while fixing a number of the old car's quirks. As we wrote in September, "The new Volt's a great car, and brings practical electric drive to U.S. drivers without a shred of range anxiety."