The redesigned three-door (or is it four?) 2019 Hyundai Veloster costs $19,385 and will go on sale this summer, the automaker said Tuesday. That price represents a $400 hike over the 2017 model, but it nets buyers more power, updated safety features, and a new design.
As we hammered out plans for my buddy Doug’s bachelor party––cigars, trap shooting, the usual Minnesota stuff––my main contribution became clear: to procure a massive vehicle to haul a crew of full-grown men who would absolutely act like teenagers.
Keyless ignition systems that use start buttons to let drivers to leave key fobs in their pockets provide a lot of convenience, but a new report sheds light on a failed government effort to prevent users from accidentally leaving their cars on.
2018 Ford Mustang GT Peformance Package Level 2
From Motor Authority:
The Ford Mustang was born a pony car, but it’s worked tirelessly for most of the last decade to move past its roots. To become a true sports car.
Roundel fans, rejoice. While BMW is busy focusing on bringing more SUVs and electric cars to the market, the M division still wants more performance options. By hook or by crook, the M folks seem to have snuck one past the money men: the 2019 M2 Competition.
2018 Volvo S90, V90, XC60 and XC90 T8 Twin Engine
From Green Car Reports:
Volvo says it is going all-in on electric cars in an effort to turn the company into something of a Tesla alternative.
Following a report last year that Tesla has received approval to build a factory in Shanghai, the company is setting up independent operations in China.
At BMW's annual shareholders' meeting in Germany on Thursday the company released a teaser image of its future iNext electric car.