General Motors will allow even more owners of its cars to rent their vehicles out for money through its Maven car-sharing service. On Tuesday, GM announced an expansion to 10 new cities by the end of 2018. The service, which launched this summer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Detroit, will be expanding to Baltimore, Boston, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, and more in the near future.
Jaguar Land Rover finally put a price tag on its new Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility on Tuesday: about $300 for most models.
Pickup trucks that double as family haulers are nothing new. With its comfortable ride, strong mild-hybrid engine options, and first-class interior, the 2019 Ram 1500 makes other full-size trucks feel like yesterday's chuck wagons.
From Motor Authority:
Tesla a week ago purchased a plot of land near Shanghai to build its Chinese plant.
BMW's about to give its 7-Series a mid-cycle update, and by the time the car reaches showrooms late next year the folks at Alpina will have their own version ready.
BMW realized the return of its 8-Series coupe with the 2019 M850i xDrive luxury coupe launched in June, but we'll see an 8-Series Convertible join it in the near future.
2018 Tesla Model 3
From Green Car Reports:
Tesla’s quarterly earnings call today was shaping up to be, at long last, an earnings call.
Volvo Cars has announced an investment in Freewire Technologies, a charging company that emphasizes mobile charging solutions.
Although Tesla may still sometimes be finding its way in terms of how to build cars themselves, it retains a distinct advantage over pretty much every other automaker in one respect: superb power management.