2016 BMW X1
Last month, we heard that French auto group PSA Peugeot Citroen was planning a return to the U.S. What we hadn't heard at the time was exactly how the company planned to take on such a well-established auto market after a decades-long absence.
The redesigned 2016 BMW X1's greatest accomplishment might be looking pretty much like a crossover. To many observers, the previous model's weakest point was a distinct resemblance to a hatchback.
Hyundai is recalling more than 2,200 Tucson crossovers from the 2016 model year to fix a problem with the vehicles' brake lights. The problem is linked to a trailer hitch harness.
2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
With the arrival of the Camaro’s new 1LE and ZL1 offerings, Ford knew the limelight wouldn’t be shining for long on its Mustang Shelby GT350. That’s why the automaker is enhancing the car for the 2017 model that goes on sale this June.
Aston Martin is gearing up for an all-new Vantage due next year but the current model has plenty of life left in it.
It was almost exactly three years ago that Acura previewed a new compact crossover with its SUV-X concept car. Now, we’re just weeks away from seeing the production version.
2015 Chevrolet Spark EV
California may soon expand a program aimed at helping lower-income individuals switch to more efficient cars. The Golden State previously launched "cash for clunkers" programs that incentivized the retirement of older, higher-polluting cars.
The Tesla Model X boasts towing capability beyond that of any other electric car. As with other crossover SUVs, it's expected that at least some Model X owners will use their vehicles to tow things like boats, jet skis, and other recreational toys.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance has sold more electric cars than any other company, with most of those sales coming from the Nissan brand. The Nissan Leaf is the bestselling electric car in history, and is popular in multiple markets.