A week ago, we reported on a new survey from TECHnalysis Research. It revealed that a majority of Americans would consider purchasing vehicles made by Google or Apple, if those vehicles were ever to hit the market.
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.
The BMW 3-Series, the benchmark for sport sedans, has fended off pretenders to its sporty throne time and again, but that's not necessarily the case anymore. Strong efforts by Audi, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, and Infiniti have posed real competition.
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor
Both the new Ford GT and F-150 Raptor are coming for performance enthusiasts, but the Blue Oval's been pretty quiet when it comes to one key detail regarding both vehicles: power.
It isn’t due to be unveiled until November’s 2016 Los Angeles auto show but Alfa Romeo’s first SUV, the Stelvio, has been partially revealed in an official promo video.
Mitsubishi has an annoying habit of showing us lots of concepts but rarely rolling out new cars. Sadly the trend shows no sign of slowing as the Japanese automaker has revealed yet another concept hinting at what’s to come while it holds off on existing models here in the United States.
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, road test, California coastline, Aug 2016
We drove a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car 240 miles on a single charge last week. And that was the lowest range achieved among four journalists driving four Bolt EVs along the California coast.
BMW and Volkswagen have finally completed a network of network of public DC fast-charging sites that use the Combined Charging Standard (CCS). In January 2015, the two German carmakers announced a collaboration with network operator ChargePoint to build more stations compatible with CCS—which their electric cars use.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has a history of making bold claims about the capabilities of his company's products, and the latest version of Autopilot is no different. Over the weekend, Tesla announced the first major update of the driver-assist system since a fatal May crash involving a Model S electric car traveling with the system engaged.