Tesla's week hasn't been as rough as Uber's, but still, CEO Elon Musk is probably looking forward to Saturday.
Consumer Reports has issued its annual Brand Report Card, and as interesting as it is, there aren't many surprises to be found.
With Volkswagen's Dieselgate crisis dominating the auto news for over 17 months, you might've missed the fact that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is facing a diesel disaster of its own--both in the U.S. and abroad. Now, the automaker has explained the nature of the problem and hinted at its potential effects on investors.
2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo
From Motor Authority:
Don't call it a wagon—or, maybe you should. Porsche has taken the wraps off of the first true body style evolution of its Panamera flagship, a five-door wagon-like hatchback that the German automaker says improves the model's load-carrying ability without diminishing its performance.
Meet the new king of the ‘Ring: the Lamborghini Huracán Performante.
Mercedes-Benz has completed its fifth-generation E-Class family with the reveal of the 2018 E-Class Cabriolet. The handsome drop-top makes its debut next week at the 2017 Geneva auto show and goes on sale before the year is out. It arrives as a 2018 model.
Nissan IDS concept, 2015 Tokyo Motor Show
From Green Car Reports:
The next couple of years promise to be quite interesting for electric cars.
Even with aggressive promotion of battery-electric or hydrogen fuel-cell cars, hundreds of millions of internal-combustion vehicles will remain on the world's roads for decades to come.