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CAR’S conundrum – looking forward, how will the industry merge connected, automated and electric vehicle technologies to form different vehicle and new transportation paradigms? Continue reading
Hyundai is unveiling the US-production version of its KONA crossover at the Los Angeles Auto Show. It appears to be a thoroughly mainstream entry from a company that missed its current global forecast after years of rapid expansion. Hyundai claims … Continue reading
The Lexus RX – the original SUV built from a car platform – debuting in the U.S. at the Chicago Auto Show 20 years ago – will get three rows of seats. Continue reading
Whether this is an early April Fool’s spoof or luxury automaker Lexus is serious about bringing a playful, potentially dangerous take to a concept IS sedan by partnering with Sriracha sauce remains to be seen. Continue reading
At the Los Angeles Auto Show this week, Porsche will unveil the 911 RSR racing car that is designed to compete internationally during 2017, and four so-called Panamera Executive models. Continue reading
The regional ‘wanna be’ upscale brand badly needs a clean launch of the MKC in the fastest growing luxury segment after the botched introduction of the midsize MKZ sedan that resulted in six months of delays that are only now being resolved. On paper, the Escape based compact SUV is the right vehicle at the right time if customers accept the badge engineering approach that led to Mercury’s demise, a highly dubious proposition that has history against it. Continue reading
Infiniti also announced the launch of the “Power of 7,” the latest social media campaign from an automaker designed to spark interest about the JX Concept in advance of its global reveal at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 18. Continue reading