Coming soon to just about every driveway on your block is the crossover you see here: Honda’s latest CR-V.
Bit by bit, self-driving cars are edging into showrooms. Lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and other features have slowly begun to shift the burden of driving away from humans and onto computers. By many estimates, chips and transistors will handle much of the driving in new vehicles within the next decade.
Honda's all-new CR-V crossover will hit dealers by the end of December with a lot more value than the outgoing model—but without a major price increase.
2018 Ford Fiesta (European spec)
From Motor Authority:
Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] on Tuesday unveiled a redesigned Fiesta.
Even among big SUVs, it's the little things that make all the differences. One-touch windows, real radio knobs. Yeah, that's the good stuff.
There are serious doubts concerning Faraday Future’s plan to bring a volume electric car to production in the coming years after the company’s Chinese backer LeEco in November admitted to a cash crunch and work on its plant in Nevada in October came to a stop allegedly for unpaid bills.
2017 Smart Fortwo Electric Drive - first drive, Miami, Nov 2016 [photo: Jeff Jablansky]
From Green Car Reports:
On a hot, muggy day in south Florida, nothing is more comforting than knowing that your well-cooled car will make it to its destination.
Six years after the current-generation of the first high-volume modern battery-electric car went on sale in the U.S., the 2017 Nissan Leaf carries on virtually unchanged from the previous model year.
Tesla Motors will soon begin rolling out software to restore lost Autopilot driver-assistance features, its CEO says, as a prelude to what the company claims will be the launch of genuine self-driving capabilities.