The Chrysler 200 made its debut last year, and is a dramatic improvement over the former model of the same name (and yes, the Sebring nameplate, too). For 2016, these stylish mid-size sedans return for their second model year with just a few feature changes, some interior improvements, and three new exterior colors.
Rejoice car geeks, movie fans, and sci-fi nerds: the long-lost DeLorean DMC-12 could be coming back to showrooms soon. Whom do we have to thank for that? The U.S. Congress, apparently.
For years, Tesla Motors has fought to undo, overturn, and slip through loopholes in state franchise laws that prevent automakers from selling vehicles directly to consumers. But now, in an interesting twist, Tesla has begun applying for a dealership license.
McLaren P1 GTR
In a small corner of McLaren’s sprawling headquarters in Woking, England is a small shed set up for the P1 GTR. In case you’re not familiar with the car, it’s a more extreme version of the P1 supercar designed and built exclusively for the track, meaning the engineers weren’t limited by any regulations or design rules when coming up with the specifications.
Ford’s new GT supercar is already one of the most desirable cars on the planet, and that’s before the Blue Oval has listed any of the performance specs or even mentioned a price. That was to be expected, though, given the fact Ford will only offer the car for a limited time.
When it comes to Super Bowl spots, animals and celebrities tend to be the two most popular options. We’ll be seeing both during Super Bowl 50, where on February 7 the Carolina Panthers will take on the Denver Broncos at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Denise Gray, CEO of LG Chem Power Inc.
Denise Gray is used to challenges in her career, generally over new technologies. As a young engineer at GM, she first designed electrical components, then got her first major managerial role on the team to develop what became the 1997 Corvette.
Five years after the first mass-market electric car hit the market, cars with plugs haven't lived up to the most optimistic projections for their adoption. They are at least pacing the rate of hybrid cars over their first five years, but numerous factors have challenged what advocates see as an obvious evolution.
The ongoing Volkswagen emissions scandal has many analysts, pundits, and automotive executives pondering the future of diesel in the U.S. So far, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne has been on the more optimistic side.