Nearly two years ago, Toyota stunned much of the auto world when it revealed that it had no plans to offer Apple CarPlay or Android Auto on any of its vehicles. Instead, Toyota said that it was going to build an infotainment system of its own.
In the 1960s, it was plastics. In the 1990s, it was ecommerce. And in the 2040s, many of the world's movers and shakers will likely be working on autonomous cars--at least according to one new study.
Looking like a scaled-down version of the automaker's XC90 crossover, the 2018 Volvo XC60 will arrive in dealers early this fall with a starting price that significantly undercuts its dated predecessor when they're optioned up to the same level.
From Motor Authority
A lot of fun can be had when putting together a new Lego creation, especially when it's one of the company's Technic automotive kits. Taking them apart is much less fun—unless you do it all at once.
There’s a company based in Orlando, Florida offering Land Rover Defenders for sale in the United States. But these aren’t your run-of-the-mill Defenders.
Teaser for Hyundai Kona
From Green Car Reports
Hyundai has already taken its first step into the realm of electric cars with the Ioniq Electric.
Just as the Volkswagen Group begins to wind down its diesel scandal in the United States, things may be ramping up in Europe.
As certain as LeBron James reaching the NBA Finals, the Chevy Volt led the Canadian plug-in electric vehicle market in May.