It's all a popularity contest. If you're a successful car, odds are good that you'll make an appearance the next year.
There are certain things that most Americans agree on nowadays.
Last September, General Motors issued a recall for 3.64 million vehicles registered in the U.S. The reason? Software that controlled those vehicles' safety devices--namely, airbags and seatbelt pretensioners--might occasionally slip into "test" mode, which would prevent the devices from being deployed in collisions.
2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo
From Motor Authority
Neither jaw-droppingly gorgeous nor particularly utilitarian, the 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo is nonetheless highly endearing.
Honda has started public road trials of a test mule for the third-generation Insight.
Los Angeles-based Workshop 5001 has a thing for old Porsches. The owner is a man named Marlon Goldberg, and he's brought a pair of classic 911s by the famous garage of comedian and television host Jay Leno.
2018 Tesla Model 3
From Green Car Reports
The few dozen 2017 Tesla Model 3 owners who've already taken delivery of their electric cars will find a few surprises inside if they look closely enough.
One year ago today, a communications staffer (since departed) wrote that Tesla had received 373,000 reservations for its future Model 3—a number first issued in April 2016.
The museum at the Environmental Protection Agency may soon be in for an overhaul to reflect the agenda of the Trump administration.