The 2019 Volvo S60 sedan that finally rolled across production floors Wednesday is significant for the automaker for several reasons.
Millions of jobs could be eliminated by driverless cars in the future.
A Volvo representative confirmed Wednesday that the automaker's Care by Volvo subscription service is now able to deliver the automaker's XC40 crossover SUV in most states and that the 2019 S60 sedan unveiled at the automaker's new assembly plant in South Carolina is on track for subscription deliveries by the end of 2018.
2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata
From Motor Authority:
It's finally official. Mazda on Wednesday upped the zoom-zoom baked into its MX-5 Miata for 2019. This fall, when the 2019 MX-5 Miata hits dealerships, it will boast 181 horsepower—a 17 percent increase over 2018, Mazda said.
Cadillac will roll out a new vehicle every six months through 2021, and parent automaker General Motors has just ponied up the funds to build two of them. The automaker's Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan received a $175 million investment for next-generation Cadillac sedan production.
Android users will find a useful feature missing the next time they open Google Maps. The technology company has removed the feature that allowed customers to book an Uber without having to leave the Google Maps app.
2019 Honda Insight
From Green Car Reports:
You could be forgiven for not remembering the two Honda vehicles that have worn an Insight badge before.
Electric cars and fleets go hand-in-hand.
Automakers are teaming up all over the world to prepare for the next big game in clean transportation, fuel cells.