2015 Infiniti QX70
From The Car Connection:
Formerly called the FX, the Infiniti QX70 makes some deliberate sacrifices to be one of the most driver-focused crossovers available. The 2016 Infiniti QX70 isn't a trail-ready or rugged crossover by any stretch of the imagination, and it's not space-efficient either.
Tesla Motors has had trouble making inroads in some states due to stringent franchise laws and the powerful dealer lobbies that keep those laws in place. But change could be looming around the corner -- change effected not by individual states, but by the Federal Trade Commission.
Volkswagen staffers have been working overtime at the Consumer Electronics Show, wowing attendees with VW's e-Golf Touch and Budd.e concept -- both part of the automaker's new focus on electric vehicles.
2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback
From Motor Authority:
Chevrolet unveiled the 2017 Cruze sedan last summer. At the time it was rumored that another body style would be added. Today, that rumor has been confirmed as Chevrolet has revealed the 2017 Cruze Hatchback.
The Youabian Puma. It's a vehicle that made headlines for a number of reasons when it launched at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Here’s your chance to become the ultimate hero of pretty much every kid on the planet, and we’d wager a few bigger kids as well. You can actually own Optimus Prime!
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV - 2016 Consumer Electronics Show
From Green Car Reports:
Chevrolet unveiled the Bolt electric vehicle as a concept car at last year's Detroit Auto Show and today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas it showed the production version. Most notably, the car, officially called the Bolt EV, promises more than 200 miles of range on a full charge and a price that should come in below $30,000 when all government tax credits have been factored in.
If the production version of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV lives up to the engineering development vehicles we saw and drove today, it will debut a new world of affordable, 200-mile electric cars that should be desirable to a broad mass market.
Volkswagen has already received a lot of attention for the driving range claimed for its Budd-e all-electric van conceptat CES—373 miles on a charge, based on the new European driving cycle, or an anticipated 233 miles by U.S. EPA standards.