A mid-engine American supercar and an electric flourish from Germany may have led the headlines, but the 2019 LA Auto Show delivered more crossovers than a fall TV schedule.
The mega-popular crossovers attract outdoorsy buyers thanks to their go-anywhere attitudes. But which one is best?
The refreshed 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport small crossover starts at $900 more than last year's base version, but comes with more standard safety equipment.
From Motor Authority:
Aston Martin Valkyrie
Delivery of the first customer example of the Aston Martin hypercar is imminent.
Porsche looks to be readying a new model along the lines of 2010's 911 Sport Classic.
Bentley is considering building a speedster with a design inspired by the EXP 100 GT concept unveiled earlier this year to mark Bentley's centennial.
From Green Car Reports:
A report confirms earlier speculation that a vehicle built on Rivian's skateboard platform will be a Lincoln SUV.
General Motors president Mark Reuss makes an argument for electric vehicles that GM won't have on the market for another two years or more.
The Battery Cell Competence Center will help BMW keep control over cells without having to become so invested in their manufacture.