The Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW 7-Series are large sedans that serve as the flagship models of their respective brands. Both of these sedans have typically been among the first in the world to offer advanced technology, comfort, and active-safety features, as well advanced engineering and construction techniques.
Hyundai has more in mind for its new Genesis premium brand than just sedans, according to a new model roadmap that recently hit the web. In addition to the G70, G80, and G90 sedans already confirmed by Hyundai, Genesis showrooms will eventually include two SUVs or crossovers and a coupe.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has slammed a Lincoln MKX against a wall a few times and declared it a Top Safety Pick+, the agency's highest rating.
BMW 2002 Hommage concept, 2016 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este
BMW pulled out a surprise at this weekend’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este with its 2002 Hommage concept. The concept marks the 50th anniversary of the start of production of BMW’s 02 Series of coupes back in 1966 and is described as a reimagining of the icon for the modern era.
The Vmax200 is a regular gathering in the United Kingdom where performance enthusiasts get to push their cars to the limit on the safe confines of a runway. Drivers accelerate their cars down a 1.4-mile stretch before having to slam their brakes.
Rolls-Royce is gearing up for the launch of an all-new Phantom in 2018 but sadly there will no longer be coupe and convertible versions to go along with the sedan. That means the current Phantom Coupe and Phantom Drophead Coupe will be the last of their kind.
Tesla Model 3
Tesla Motors' audacious goal of building half a million cars a year by the end of 2018 will require boosting its production by a factor of 10 over just two and a half years. And it will require nothing less than a reorientation of the entire company toward manufacturing, even as vehicle development continues in the background for derivatives of its Model 3 sedan.
Toyota has reached yet another hybrid-production milestone since launching the original Prius in Japan in 1997. Nine months after building its 8-millionth hybrid, Toyota says it has now sold just over 9 million hybrids globally.
The Nissan Leaf electric car doesn't compete directly with any of the luxury models from Tesla Motors, but Nissan is now targeting Tesla in a different arena. The Japanese carmaker will offer standalone battery packs for home energy storage.