This might not be good news for car dealers: Americans appear to be keeping their cars longer than ever. The results of a study released Tuesday by the Federal Highway Administration indicate that the average vehicle age has increased significantly since 2009 to 10.5 years.
Fewer than one-third of new-car shoppers agree with the Trump administration's plan to freeze fuel-economy targets for the next five years, according to a survey released Tuesday by Autolist.
EPA estimates for the redesigned 2019 Kia Forte show that the new compact sedan won't be a favorite of gas station owners.
Project Gold: 911 restomod
From Motor Authority:
It took Acura 15 years to bring back the NSX nameplate in 2017, but the Japanese automaker is giving the hybrid supercar an update after just two years. On Thursday Acura revealed the revised 2019 NSX at Monterey Car Week.
Porsche isn't done with its celebrations for its 70th anniversary this year. Having already built a highly authentic replica of its very first sports car, as well as unveiling a spiritual successor in the form of the 911 Speedster concept, Porsche on Thursday unveiled a restomod based on a 993-generation 911 Turbo.
Due to popular demand, Jaguar announced Thursday that the electric E-Type Zero it showed as a concept a year ago will enter production.
2019 Chevrolet Cruze and Cruze hatchback
From Green Car Reports:
Fuel economy estimates posted to the EPA's website for the redesigned 2019 Chevrolet Cruze show some changes—plus a big surprise.
You won't have to be a prince to drive an electric Jaguar E-type (though financially it may help).
At the end of June, Tesla pushed hard to finish 5,000 Model 3s a week. It may have pushed too hard.