Back in 2014, Nissan provided a timeline for the rollout of its autonomous car technology. Today, the company proved that it's sticking to that timeline.
The 2017 Toyota Corolla will take its well-deserved, yearlong parade lap this year. After all, the name has been around for 50 years and adorned more than 40 million cars worldwide, according to Toyota.
The past two weeks haven't been kind to Tesla or Autopilot, the company's semi-autonomous driving software. Autopilot has been linked to at least one death and may have been a factor in at least two other crashes.
2017 Mazda 3 (Japanese spec)
The Mazda 3 has received a nip and tuck for the 2017 model but beyond the visual tweaks there is an interesting bit of new technology. So far Mazda has only announced the updated 3 for Japan but specifications for the United States should be similar.
SUVs are all the rage right now and automakers see an opportunity for even more slicing of the niche with new softroaders. The latest to join the fray is Mercedes-Benz which is working on a softroader based on the latest-generation E-Class Wagon.
Nissan’s GT-R is one of the most popular cars for modifying, and with good reason. But there’s such a thing as taking things too far.
2016 Tesla Model X
With Tesla recently reviving the 60-kilowatt-hour battery option for the Model S, it was only a matter of time until the option was added to the related Model X. Tesla finally made it official on Tuesday when it announced the Model X 60D.
China is now the world's largest new-car market and—thanks to generous government incentives—it's also one of the largest markets for plug-in electric cars. However, most of the electric cars sold there aren't available in the U.S.
If you're a nascent spy photographer for cars, Detroit is the place to be for the domestic companies. Southern California is the site for many Asian brands, even though Toyota and Nissan have largely decamped for other regions.