Critics are a lonely bunch, and the folks at Consumer Reports are no exception. While many shoppers trust what the magazine has to say, more than a few think it's been unduly judgy when it comes to Detroit car brands.
2018 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG
From Motor Authority:
Mercedes on Tuesday showed the most powerful E-Class ever, two weeks ahead of its public debut at the 2016 Los Angeles auto show.
Mini has revealed a bigger, more sophisticated Countryman SUV for the nameplate’s second iteration. And this time there’s a plug-in hybrid model, representing the first hybrid from the brand.
Though it was hardly a secret, General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] on Wednesday confirmed that the next-generation Opel Insignia will serve as a Holden Commodore in the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Teaser for Fisker electric sedan
From Green Car Reports:
We're slowly learning more about Henrik Fisker's planned 300-mile electric car, as the designer has now released a pair of teaser photos of the vehicle.
Chinese-backed startup Atieva has changed its name to Lucid Motors, and revealed more details about its planned electric car.
It goes without saying that mass adoption of electric cars would lead to a massive decrease in oil consumption over time.