2017 Acura MDX, 2016 New York Auto Show
The Acura MDX is one of the standouts in the luxury crossover SUV class, with great room for passengers and strong performance. What’s it missing? How about a hybrid version? That's what Acura unveiled at the 2016 New York auto show.
Since 2014, the Jaguar F-Type has been one of the most outrageous sports cars on the road. Stunning looks and thundering V-8 power make it a real 911 and Corvette rival.
Traffic congestion wreaks havoc on productivity, the environment, and, of course, travelers. Last year, mapping and traffic service TomTom revealed that commuters were wasting an average of 100 hours each year stuck in traffic--and that's to say nothing of the folks simply running errands or travelers on road trips.
Genesis New York concept, 2016 New York Auto Show
Hyundai’s new Genesis brand is signaling its intention to compete in one of the most competitive segments in the luxury sector with the unveiling today of a small sports sedan concept at the 2016 New York Auto Show.
We've heard the whole Lincoln brand renaissance story before, but with the forthcoming Continental and the Navigator concept that Lincoln unveiled at the New York International Auto Show, the idea seems to be sticking this time.
Buick has had some recent hits in the world of concepts with cars like the Avenir and Avista.
2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
From Green Car Reports:
The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid has taken longer to arrive on U.S. shores than almost any other plug-in vehicle in recent memory. A plug-in hybrid Outlander crossover was first previewed as a concept at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show, and was originally slated to go on sale in the U.S. in 2013.
The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime replaces the Prius Plug-In, and it directly addresses nearly everything that current owners of that model have wanted. There’s a longer, 22-mile electric driving range, better drivability, and exceptional 120+ MPGe fuel efficiency.
Tesla continues to expand its network of Supercharger DC fast-charging stations in the U.S., making it easier for owners to complete longer journeys in their electric cars. The company remains committed to offering a nationwide network of free-to-use fast-charging stations for its customers, and to expanding that network.