We spent some time in the 2023 Genesis GV60, the brand's first electric vehicle, and were pleasantly surprised that Hyundai's luxury arm has a another winner. Automakers kept rolling out prices and updates to 2023 models, and the IIHS finished crash-testing 2022 models.
Here are the top reviews, previews, and news on The Car Connection this week.
The refreshed three-row SUV carries a new look inside, has upgraded standard features, and a new XRT off-road appearance package.
Brisk acceleration, alluring styling, and loaded features help the electric hatchback earn a TCC Rating of 8.6 out of 10.
2023 Genesis GV60, left, and 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5, right
The electric crossovers share a platform, but each get their own style, equipment, and advantages.
Subaru changes the grille, headlights, and taillights of the 2023 Ascent while upgrading the hardware for its safety systems.
The second Tesla price increase in three months and the seventh since 2020 adds as much as $6,000 to your desired electric car.
The electric crossover shares its engineering with the Subaru Solterra, but the character will be familiar to Toyota buyers.
The three-row SUV swaps out its outdated V-6 for a 265-hp turbo-4 or a hybrid option.
The 2022 Audi E-Tron GT rides its good looks and powerful electric drivetrain to an impressive TCC Rating of 8.2 out of 10.
The full-size pickup truck runs the gamut of full-size rigs, ranging from turbo-4 to diesel six to V-8, off-road ZR2 to luxurious High Country on its way to a TCC Rating of 6.2 out of 10.
Despite an unrefined powertrain, the subcompact crossover's revised interior with more standard safety and convenience features help bump this year’s TCC Rating to a 6.2 out of 10 overall.
The 2022 Volkswagen GTI gets a full redesign and brings back the AWD Golf R to give Volkswagen a formidable hot hatch tandem, but the standard versions of the Golf are no more.