Before letting us drive its redesigned 2019 Mazda 3, the company’s engineers had us spend time on core-strengthening desk-chair toppers popular in Japan.
Chinese automaker Zotye last week named its first U.S. dealerships as it prepares to launch in 2020, and it's not following in the tire tracks of other new brands by sticking to coastal areas to start.
The future both thrills and frightens us.
1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
From Motor Authority:
They called it “King of the Hill”—and when it emerged in 1990, the Chevy Corvette ZR-1 would forever reformat what drivers thought about GM’s ever-evolving sports car.
A coupe-like version of the Porsche Cayenne has been rumored for several years and prototypes testing in the wild confirm the vehicle is finally coming.
Starved for a newer brute 'ute with curb appeal, Lexus dealers tell the automaker they could use a competitive SUV to fight the literal and figurative juggernaut in the class, the Cadillac Escalade.
George Parrott's 2018 Tesla Model 3 with orange wrap [CREDIT: George Parrott]
From Green Car Reports:
Tesla claims some astonishingly quick acceleration times, and for some of us, testing and verifying those times are part of the fun.
In an era of spreading electric cars and more stringent fuel-economy and emissions standards, some muscle cars are losing their signature V-8 engines.
For electric-car drivers looking to emit less pollution as the drive, 2019 could be a banner year.