Jaguar has emerged as the first major automaker to take on Tesla with a luxurious, dedicated electric car. The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace that debuted Thursday at the assembly plant in Graz, Austria, where it will be built will be capable of driving 240 miles on a charge and can sprint to 60 mph faster than many sports cars.
Ford is ready to pizza delivery drivers out of the picture in one of the most congested cities in the country: Miami.
A discussion of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 that debuted Thursday in Detroit needs to start at the rear and make its way forward. The 2019 Sierra will be available with a tailgate that's as versatile as a standing desk and a bed made of carbon fiber, rather than steel. Those two innovations alone set the Sierra apart from its sibling, the recently unveiled 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, when it hits dealer lots later this year.
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From Motor Authority
“Best RACE Experience With Shifter in Manual.”
Porsche affixes quite a few surnames to its sports cars, but it's easy to simply take them at face value. Every name has a story, and the simple "GTS" badge is no different.
Volvo has already presented its new V60 wagon so the debut of the car's S60 sedan counterpart can't be far. Like the V60, the S60 will arrive in showrooms later this year, as a 2019 model.
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From Green Car Reports
The idea of adding noise-makers to vehicles that are "too quiet" didn't exist until the first hybrid-electric cars hit the market in 2000.
Total sales by Jaguar Land Rover are a fraction of those by its rivals Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz.
Sales of plug-in electric cars tend to be lower during the winter months, unlike the rest of the market, and February was little exception to that rule.