GM’s Chinese-assembled vehicle for the U.S. market, the 2016 Buick Envision, faces more than its country of origin when it begins arriving at dealerships by June of this year: Those who encounter some of the first Envision models are bound for a bit of sticker shock.
Some of the world's best luxury cars are mid-size sedans—E-Class, 5-Series, A6, and CTS—by our yardstick. Those cars will need to make room for another four-door soon. With the 2016 XF, it's Jaguar's turn to join those elite ranks.
Another automaker has confessed to deceiving consumers and regulators: Mitsubishi says that, for the past three years, it fudged fuel economy stats on some 620,000 new cars.
2016 Lexus IS 200t F Sport
Automotive quiz question: Which automaker has had the worst engine on the market for, oh, the last decade or so? Surprisingly, the answer is Lexus.
These are our first spy shots of a prototype for the new Honda CR-V. This will be the fifth generation of the popular compact crossover SUV, and it’s shaping up to be the most radical redesign yet.
Chinese tech giant LeEco has unveiled a striking concept previewing a new electric car that could potentially rival the Tesla Model S or its successor.
2017 Honda Accord Hybrid
The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid mid-size sedan was unveiled yesterday, ending a one-year hiatus in the model that will now offer the highest EPA gas-mileage ratings in the Honda lineup. The new model uses an updated version of the two-motor hybrid powertrain fitted to earlier hybrid Accords, which were sold as 2014 and 2015 models, but the plug-in hybrid Accord will not return.
The 2017 Honda Clarity will arrive in showrooms late this year with a hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain, one of three hydrogen-powered vehicles that will be sold in limited numbers in specific California regions that have hydrogen fueling stations up and running.
Every Tesla electric car built since late 2014 has the necessary hardware for Tesla's "Autopilot" suite of semi-autonomous driving features. But not every customer opts to pay the $2,500 to enable the system as they order their car—although owners can still pay $3,000 to add Autopilot after they take delivery of their new electric car.