A new Volkswagen Tiguan is coming, and with it, a new generation for the German brand's lauded line of 2.0-liter, turbocharged 4-cylinder engines. Still part of what VW calls the EA888 family, the new Gen 3B will eventually arrive in the Passat and Beetle, although that's only what VW is confirming right now. After driving the new engine, we feel that it could work well in the Jetta, the CC-replacing Arteon, Golf, and maybe even the Atlas.
Minivans aren't beach-body types and fuel-economy talk doubles down as birth control.
It's been nearly three weeks since the messy legal battle between ride-sharing giant Uber and self-driving car company Waymo made headlines, but rest assured, all is not quiet on the West Coast front.
Final seventh-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom
From Motor Authority:
A new Rolls-Royce Phantom, the eighth iteration of the famous nameplate, will be unveiled shortly.
Jeep’s revival of the Cherokee in 2014 was a joyous occasion for fans of the nameplate, though many were taken aback by the unusual, very un-Jeep-like styling of the vehicle.
Volkswagen is in the midst of an SUV onslaught that will see existing models like the Tiguan and Touareg not only redesigned but joined by several all-new models.
2017 Nissan Leaf
From Green Car Reports:
The question is a reasonable one: electric cars may be zero-emission, but what about the electricity to recharge them?
The electric-vehicle market remains in infancy, but non-traditional automakers are beginning to explore and tap the potential market for multiple types of vehicles powered by batteries.
The Volkswagen diesel scandal left lasting imprints on the entire automotive industry, and may have changed the way regulators look at vehicles using the fuel forever.