Ford's new battery-powered pickup truck will be quicker than a Raptor, will be able to tow almost as much as a gas-powered truck—and will cost less than $40,000 in commercial spec.
Agency and publication pick vehicles with good crash-test scores and above average reliability.
With a TCC Rating of 6.8 out of 10, the 2022 Subaru Outback ranks as one of the safest, most versatile wagons you can buy.
From Motor Authority:
The 2021 Acura TLX Type S appeals as a value-priced daily driver with a sporty flair, but it lacks the track chops of European rivals.
Lamborghini is working on a facelift for its Urus and may introduce a new plug-in hybrid option with the update.
A prototype for the four-door coupe (it's really just a hatch) has been spotted again, this time with the least camouflage gear yet. It should be revealed later this year as a 2022 model.
From Green Car Reports:
The fully electric F-150 pickup President Biden test-drove is quicker than the gasoline F-150 Raptor, tows 10,000 pounds, and can be used as backup home power.
Ford considered in-wheel hub motors such as those being used by Lordstown Motors, but it ruled them out for a long list of reasons.
With an expected Class 3 designation, the GMC Hummer EV SUT will fall in with heavy-duty pickups intended for business—pointing to a long list of safety and regulatory questions.