2016 Infiniti QX50
Last summer, the auto world was buzzing over Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne and his vigorous attempts to pair FCA with another automaker--namely, General Motors. Fall and winter seem to have cooled Marchionne's passions, but apparently, spring has sprung, and the urge to merge is strong once more.
The Infiniti brand continues to redefine itself, slotting new models into new names as it ushers in a new generation of cars and crossover SUVs. The latest to join the fray: the 2016 Infiniti QX50.
Over the weekend, General Motors announced a recall of two strong-selling pickups: the 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the 2014-2015 GMC Sierra 1500. The recall affects more than one million vehicles around the globe, nearly 900,000 of which are registered in the U.S.
2017 Audi R8, Asheville to Daytona part III
Audi has come a long way since the days of the original Quattro. That all-wheel-drive original changed minds about which wheels should drive a performance car.
Roadsters like the 2017 Mercedes-Benz SLC aren’t exactly in vogue right now. Where does that leave Mercedes-Benz?
It’s been almost two years since Volkswagen confirmed plans to build a new three-row crossover SUV at its plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We now have spy shots of some prototypes just months out from the start of production.
2016 Chevrolet Cruze unveiling, Detroit, June 2015
The 2016 Chevrolet Cruze EPA fuel-economy ratings beat those of all gasoline versions of the previous-generation model. The second-generation Cruze was unveiled last June, and shown in China before that, but is just now going on sale throughout the U.S.
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra small four-door is an all-new version of a car that came from humble roots to being a major player in the highly competitive compact sedan market. The last version, launched for 2011, blended eye-grabbing design and a features-for-money equation that brought it into the major leagues among compacts.
The ongoing diesel-emissions scandal continues to affect Volkswagen sales, but not in every market. In March, sales once again fell in the U.S. and VW's home market of Germany—but they were largely unaffected in China.