Mercedes and Audi all have a sub-$30,000 entry in their American model ranges. BMW’s cheapest model is just a few hundred dollars above that price point. Infiniti will likely have their own model in that space. So why not Lexus?
Category: Future Vehicles
It’s official: the Honda Fit EV and Insight have been discontinued.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne is open to forming new alliance with other automakers as far as cost-savings are concerned, but he maintains that Alfa Romeo is not for sale.
Behold the face of the 2016 Jaguar XE-S. Also: Scottish recording artist Emeli Sandé.
Known for improving upon Toyota Land Cruisers, Ford Broncos and Jeeps, Icon is looking to create a streamliner with a little help from Tesla.
Our industry source who reported that Nissan would use an old version of the Frontier has reported back to us with some bittersweet news.
Our most recent review of the Cadillac ATS determined that Cadillac had finally made a sports sedan worthy of besting the F30 BMW 3-Series. But the ATS was also docked points for providing E36 3-Series-esque rear passenger space. Cadillac’s Chinese division appears to have remedied the problem, with a rather unfortunate English marketing slogan.
General Motors is advancing the launch of their next-generation pickups by 9 months, with the next-generation trucks due by 2018.