Sometimes two rows just isn’t enough.
The New York auto show whose media days ended Thursday saw several debuts of high-volume crossover utility vehicles.
All around this year's New York auto show, it's crossover SUVs that have been making news.
SF Motors SF5
From Motor Authority
An electric car startup backed by Chinese commercial vehicles giant Chongqing Sokon as well as Tesla co-founder Martin Eberhard has revealed its first two cars.
McLaren's 570S Spider is hardly what you'd call a soft sports car, but nevertheless the British automaker has seen fit to develop a range of parts that will see it perform better on the road and race track.
Jaguar dropped a wonderful bit of news at the 2018 NY auto show. The British automaker decided that stuffing a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 into the F-Pace makes good sense, and we're inclined to agree. That's how the compact crossover earned the SVR badge. But that also means Jaguar jumped right past an R model to the full-on SVR, and Jaguar might be moving this way for the rest of the family.
2019 Jaguar I-Pace first drive
From Green Car Reports
A parking lot in suburban New Jersey isn’t the first place I’d look for a revolution.
The Nissan Leaf, at least for the moment, remains the highest-volume electric car produced in history, with more than 300,000 sold.
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt would be controversial even if he hadn't flown to Morocco in December (first-class, on the taxpayer dime) to lobby the country on the benefits of liquified natural gas while living in a condo owned by a lobbyist for the country's largest LNG exporter.