Acura Precision Concept: The Future Is Now? – Auto Shows  Jan 12th, 2016 
AMG Sport Is Dead, Models to Become Mercedes-AMGs  Jan 12th, 2016 
A few weeks ago, we were a bit surprised to learn that the AMG version of Mercedes’ new SLC-class roadster—it replaces the SLK-class—would be powered by the engine found in the AMG Sport models of the C- and GLE-classes, the C450 AMG and GLE450 AMG. (AMG Sport was launched to neatly split the difference between regular Mercedes vehicles […] 
First Half-Ton Nissan Titan Pickups Arrive This Summer  Jan 12th, 2016 
The roll-out of the redesigned Nissan Titan has been an unusual one. The truck launched solely as the semi-heavy duty XD, which is a tweener model that sits between a standard half-ton pickup and competitors’ heavy-duty models. And the XD itself had a strange ramp-up: It is currently available solely with a diesel engine; the […] 
Acura Precision Concept: A Bold Step for a Brand Teetering on Irrelevancy  Jan 12th, 2016 
Infusing its models that aren’t the $150k-plus Acura NSX with passion and personality is a work in progress at Acura, and the latest weapon in the brand’s war on ambiguity is the Precision concept. A sharply hewn four-door sedan that was developed at the maker’s California design studio in preparation for its debut at the […] 
Jeep Patriot/Compass Replacement to Bow in March  Jan 12th, 2016 
We’ll finally see the replacement for Jeep’s oldest models, the Compass and Patriot twins, at the New York auto show in March. Note that we said replacement—singular—as one model will supplant both of the current compacts. Jeep’s offering what is essentially the same vehicle as two differently styled models was sort of an accident of […] 
2017 Lincoln Continental: The Flagship Has Come In – Official Photos and Info  Jan 12th, 2016 
2017 Audi Allroad Quattro: Don’t Call It a Wagon  Jan 12th, 2016 
Apollo 17 astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, was the unlikely celebrity that Audi chose to help introduce its 2017 Allroad Quattro at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. What does the 81-year-old Cernan have to do with an all-wheel-drive luxury wagon for people who find Subarus too […] 
2017 Audi Allroad Quattro: The Only Way We Get an A4 Avant – Official Photos and Info  Jan 12th, 2016 
2017 GMC Acadia: Smaller than Before, Still Packs Three Rows – Official Photos and Info  Jan 12th, 2016 
2017 GMC Acadia Revealed: Smaller and Lighter than Before, Still Three Rows  Jan 12th, 2016 
The United States has always been a nation of the ever-bigger. Why buy a large when you can supersize your McMeal? Looking at a Ford F-150? Have you seen the Super Duty? And so it goes with most automakers’ redesigns for existing models. As soon as a vehicle is green-flagged for replacement, everyone from the […] 
2017 Lincoln Continental Photos and Info: The Flagship Has Come In  Jan 12th, 2016 
When the Lincoln Continental concept made its surprise debut at the New York auto show last spring, it wowed showgoers (with the notable exception of then Bentley design chief Luc Donckerwolke). Having dropped the bombshell concept with little advanced warning, Ford did not play coy with its intentions. The Continental, it said, was headed for […] 
What Price M-Ness? BMW Announces Pricing of the 2016 M2 Coupe  Jan 11th, 2016 
Kia Telluride Concept: Fool’s Gold – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
Blatant Motorwagen: Mercedes-AMG Announces S63 Cabriolet Edition 130  Jan 11th, 2016 
Six score and ten years ago, the Patent Motorwagen clattered to life. Karl Benz’s tricycle is often touted as the world’s first automobile, and nobody takes more pride in that possible distinction than Daimler. To celebrate 130 years of internal combustion powering forward motion, Mercedes-Benz has announced the Mercedes-AMG S63 4MATIC Cabriolet Edition 130. Which […] 
Lexus LC500 Coupe: LFA Mission, Lower Price Point – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
Audi’s Latest Concept Previews Next-Gen A8’s Autonomous-Driving Tech  Jan 11th, 2016 
Traditionally outsold by the Mercedes-Benz S-class and the BMW 7-series, it seems Audi may counter slow sales of its A8 flagship by making the next generation of the car drive itself out of showrooms. Due on sale in Europe next year, the fourth-generation A8 will deliver Audi’s version of what it calls “Piloted Driving” technology […] 
Ericsson Shows Off Future 5G Wireless Using Remote-Controlled Volvo Excavator  Jan 11th, 2016 
You know those times when you walk past something, and you have to do a double take because you can’t possibly be seeing what you’re seeing? Strolling through the non-automotive section of the Consumer Electronics Show last week, we came across wireless provider Ericsson’s booth. Here we found what looked like the chair, foot pedals, and […] 
Blatant Motorwagen: Mercedes-AMG Announces S63 Cabriolet Edition 130  Jan 11th, 2016 
Anyone Up for a Six-Way . . . Lease? Ford Announces New Lease-Sharing Program  Jan 11th, 2016 
Ford is getting into groups—group leases, that is. Anticipating “the potential for a shift from a single consumer paying for a single vehicle to several people sharing costs and benefits,” Ford announced a new pilot lease program “aimed at consumers who don’t need a vehicle full-time, but would like access to their own set of […] 
Of Gravity and Gravitas: The Lexus LC500 Coupe Arrives to Elevate the Brand  Jan 11th, 2016 
Although Lexus is careful to avoid using the “sports car” tag to describe the LC500, the car nevertheless is possessed of some very sports-car-like qualities: The engine sits behind the centerline of the front axle, the wheels are pushed out to the corners, the driver’s hip point was “engineered to be as close as possible […] 
2017 Honda Ridgeline: The Crossover of Pickups Returns with a FWD Version and a Bed Full of Tricks  Jan 11th, 2016 
After a brief, two-year hiatus—although we’re not sure many people noticed—Honda is taking another shot at the pickup segment, introducing its all-new, second-generation Ridgeline at the 2016 Detroit auto show. As did the previous Ridgeline when it was introduced way back in 2006, the new truck is closely related to the Pilot crossover and shares […] 
What Price M-Ness? BMW Announces Pricing of the 2016 M2 Coupe  Jan 11th, 2016 
BMW’s M cars seldom come cheap, but when the new 2016 M2 arrives in April at its just-released base price of $52,695, it will come cheaper than the rest. The M2, which was announced late last year and made its official debut at the 2016 Detroit auto show, undercuts the next-cheapest M car, the $64,495 […] 
Kia Telluride Concept: Fool’s Gold  Jan 11th, 2016 
The Kia Borrego came and went in one U.S. model year, 2009, saddled with a subpar interior and teeth-rattling suspension. It’s still sold in other markets as the Mohave, but Kia’s California design studio is looking ahead, and they’ve dreamed up the Telluride concept, the company’s second try at a full-size SUV. READ MORE ›› 
2017 Honda Ridgeline: The Crossover of Pickups Returns – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
Ford GT First Build! We Assemble and Review One of the First 2017 GT Supercars  Jan 11th, 2016 
Last year, Ford unequivocally won the Detroit auto show, shocking everyone with the new F-150 Raptor, the Mustang GT350R, and the new GT supercar. At the 2016 Detroit show, Ford’s stand is a little quieter—but then, how could an automaker follow up such an insane performance? Not all is lost in Ford’s corner of Cobo center […] 
Audi TT RS to Get New All-Aluminum Turbo Five-Cylinder, OLED Taillights  Jan 11th, 2016 
Throughout the late 1970s and the ’80s, Audi’s enthusiast reputation was largely shaped by its fantastic five-cylinder engines. Powerful, torquey, and possessed of an unmistakable sound, they were a unique and defining feature for the brand. In the ’90s, they made way for a generation of rather dull V-6 units, but a new five-banger was launched with the […] 
General Motors Encouraging People to Hack Its Cars  Jan 11th, 2016 
The increasing presence of connected tech in modern cars is forcing automakers to deal with problems they’ve never experienced before, like cybersecurity. This summer, car hacking came to the fore with a report in Wired about two cybersecurity researchers who managed to remotely hack a Jeep Cherokee. Now, GM is encouraging this sort of cybersecurity research. It […] 
Nissan Titan Warrior Concept: Beefed Up, Diesel-Powered, and Ready for Anything – Auto Shows  Jan 11th, 2016 
Tesla Autopilot Adds “Summon” Remote-Parking Ability, Restricts Autosteer Function  Jan 11th, 2016 
Can absolute autonomous cars corrupt absolutely? Tesla owners may have posted a few too many Autopilot videos for Elon Musk’s comfort, clips that show Model S sedans going out of control without a single finger on the wheel. Now, the fun’s (partially) over. Model S software version 7.1 fleshes out Musk’s tweet in October when he […] 
2017 Infiniti Q60: Infiniti Gets Serious About Sports Coupes Again – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
Watts News: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Powertrain Detailed  Jan 11th, 2016 
Nissan Titan Warrior Concept: A Diesel Brute Ready for Off-Road Adventure  Jan 11th, 2016 
When Nissan unveiled its all-new Titan full-size pickup at the Detroit auto show last year, there were many who took one look at the new truck’s styling and diagnosed a case of Ford’s F-series envy. Whether or not that’s fair, Ford’s F-series has been America’s bestselling vehicle for what seems like forever, and it therefore […] 
Watts News: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Powertrain Detailed  Jan 11th, 2016 
Because General Motors didn’t want people reading everything about the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt all in one shot, the car’s specs keep trickling in. This time, the Bolt’s powertrain is detailed. The lithium-ion battery pack has a capacity of 60 kWh (or what the now-discontinued Tesla Model S 60 had for nearly double the price). The […] 
Audi h-tron Quattro Concept: “H” Is for Hydrogen  Jan 11th, 2016 
Are recharging times and limited range keeping you from switching to battery-electric cars? How about a zero-emissions concept car whose electric motors enable it to drive 370 miles, and which then can be refueled in four minutes to do it again? READ MORE ›› 
2017 Infiniti Q60: Infiniti Gets Serious About the Sports Coupe Again  Jan 11th, 2016 
Infiniti stumbled out of the gate, as the launch of the original Q45 in the 1980s was marred by an ad campaign featuring images of rocks and trees instead of actual automobiles, and the brand didn’t really begin to develop a proper sense of itself until the Nissan Skyline–derived G35 arrived as a 2003 model. […] 
Nissan Unimpressed with Tesla’s Autonomy Promises, Still Confident in China  Jan 11th, 2016 
Elon Musk’s remarkable talent for generating publicity means that the Tesla boss doesn’t even need to be in Detroit for the auto show to be set the agenda here. More specifically, he’s been able to get other people to make headlines for him, with Nissan’s CEO Carlos Ghosn responding to the Tesla boss’s claim his company […] 
Audi h-tron Quattro Concept, the Hydrogen EV Version of the Q6 – Auto Shows  Jan 11th, 2016 
Elon Musk Says In Two Years a Tesla Could ‘Summon’ Itself Cross-Country  Jan 11th, 2016 
  With version 7.1 of its software, Tesla Motors rolled out a feature Saturday that lets Autopilot-equipped cars semi-autonomously “Summon” themselves from your garage to your driveway. Tesla CEO Elon Musk thinks that in two years, it’s possible a Tesla could summon itself across the country. Elon Musk made this prediction, which he said might […] 
2017 Chrysler Pacifica: Meet the New Town & Country – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
2017 Chrysler Pacifica Minivan Debuts: Meet the New Town & Country  Jan 11th, 2016 
Here it is: the all-new 2017 Chrysler Town & Country! Except it isn’t called the Town & Country—it’s now the Pacifica. Chrysler says it wants this vehicle to dramatically shift how people think about minivans, and the company no doubt felt that Town & Country was synonymous with mom jeans and regurgitated Cheerios. READ MORE […] 
2017 Mercedes-Benz E-class: All In the Family  Jan 11th, 2016 
Every brand has its darling. For BMW, it’s the 3-series. At Honda, it’s the Accord. And for Mercedes-Benz, it is the E-class, the popular and prolific mid-size luxury car that’s been buttering the bread in Stuttgart for nine vehicle generations, soon to be 10. But despite its crucial position in the product range, the E-class […] 
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew: Bigger Cab, Same Attitude  Jan 11th, 2016 
In the modern automotive idiom, few names stir up as much enthusiasm—and testosterone—as “Raptor.” Indeed, the moniker of Ford’s brawny, F-150–based off-road sensation ranks right up there with Hellcat, GT350, GT3, and GT-R for many enthusiasts, and it tops all of those among folks with a taste for suspension travel and heading off the beaten […] 
2017 Ford Fusion Debuts, Is Updated and Sport-ified  Jan 11th, 2016 
With 300,000-plus U.S. sales to its credit last year, the Ford Fusion plays a key role in its maker’s plan to rule the auto world. And now, three years into its current generation, Ford has tweaked its mid-size offering to fortify its position against a host of competitors. The key addition is the revived Fusion […] 
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew: Bigger Cab, Same Attitude – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
Details Emerge on Next-Generation BMW 5-series Plug-In Hybrid  Jan 11th, 2016 
In somewhat unsurprising news, we have learned that BMW will continue to expand its lineup of plug-in hybrids to include the next-generation 5-series sedan. While the current model is available with a hybrid powertrain centered around the company’s inline six-cylinder engine, the next one will team its electric components with a four-cylinder engine and a large battery […] 
2017 Mercedes-Benz E-class: All In the Family – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
2017 Ford Fusion: Updated and Sport-ified – Official Photos and Info  Jan 11th, 2016 
Buick Avista Concept: A Bold Stroke from a Once-Stodgy Brand – Auto Shows  Jan 11th, 2016 
Gettin’ Tiggy With Electricity: VW’s Tiguan GTE Active Concept – Auto Shows  Jan 10th, 2016 
Volkswagen Tiguan GTE Active Concept: Plug ’er In  Jan 10th, 2016 
The Volkswagen Group’s MQB architecture rolls on in its mission to underpin the majority of the company’s transverse-engine, front-drive-based lineup. And in the case of the Tiguan, it’s not a moment too soon, as the outgoing vehicle was feeling mighty long in the tooth. VW displayed the new, MQB-based Tiguan at the Frankfurt auto show […] 
Nothing More, Nothing Less: Sweet Photos of Old Jeeps!  Jan 9th, 2016 
Enjoy this collection of elegantly composed photographs featuring some of our favorite Jeeps of all time.  
Boom! We Look Back at 2015 U.S. Auto Sales, the Best Year Ever  Jan 8th, 2016 
America, you did it. You put 2015 into the record books by buying the most new cars and trucks ever in a single year—more than any year since the automobile was invented. The final tally, according to WardsAuto, was 17.47 million light-duty vehicles, a 6-percent increase from the 16.51 million sold in 2014. Here’s looking […] 
Amazing Technicarbon Plumcoat! Dodge Offers Carbon-Look Hellcat Stripes, Extends Plum Craziness  Jan 8th, 2016 
Ride the Hellcat! You can see his stripes, but you know he’s clean! Oh don’t you see what we mean? No? To be honest, we never quite understood what Ronnie James Dio was getting at with that line, either. But—we do know that you buyers of Dodge’s beastly duo can now order your 707-hp Charger […] 
There’s an App for That: At CES, the Self-Installing Car Seat  Jan 8th, 2016 
Amidst a sea of app-assisted everything at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, one connected device stood out as truly useful for drivers—at least those with kids. The 4moms Self-Installing Car Seat aims to take some of the guesswork out of the often-frustrating installation. That’s a big deal because as many as four out of five […] 
Sorta A4ordable: All-New 2017 Audi A4 Still Starts Under $40,000  Jan 8th, 2016 
That is not the 2016 Audi A4 pictured above, or the 2013 or even the 2009. Nope, this is an all-new 2017 A4 with all-new, higher prices. For better or worse, Audi design doesn’t change much from one generation to the next, except the 2017 A4 is even better to drive and brimming with useful, highly sophisticated […] 
Registration Open for Dealer Summit 2016  Jan 8th, 2016 
Organizers of Dealer Summit announced that registration is now open for the event, which is scheduled for May 3–5, 2016, at the Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel. 
Stop Everything: The Single-Passenger, Car-Sized Autonomous Drone of the Future Is Here  Jan 8th, 2016 
Landing right in the middle of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show was this Jetsons-like flying pod from Chinese company EHang. The battery-powered, eight-rotor contraption resembles those buzzy, annoying drones your neighbor’s kids keep flying into your yard, only it’s large enough to carry an entire human being. Oh, and it’s autonomous—making it sort of like […] 
Apple Blocked Volkswagen from Demonstrating Wireless CarPlay at CES  Jan 8th, 2016 
Millions of iPhones are already equipped to use Apple CarPlay over a wireless connection, but the Cupertino, California, tech giant blocked Volkswagen from showing off the user experience at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. “We wanted to demonstrate wireless CarPlay and the owner of CarPlay technology didn’t allow us to,” Volkmar Tannerberger, […] 
2016 Consumer Electronics Show: Cutting Through the Buzzwords to What Really Matters  Jan 8th, 2016 
In between fantastical distractions at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show like Faraday Future’s 1000-hp electric concept and car–drone integrations sat a very real auto-industry awakening to the massive show’s importance. Automakers have for years attended CES, one of the most-attended trade shows in the country, but 2016 marks the first year every attending automaker treated the event as a […] 
2017 Chevrolet Bolt Priced at $37,500 Before Tax Incentives  Jan 7th, 2016 
We Swipe Right on Volkswagen’s Production-Bound Gesture-Control Interface  Jan 7th, 2016 
The past few years have seen multiple updates to VW’s in-car infotainment displays, and at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, the automaker debuted still another iteration of its dashboard display. This one has a new menu layout, limited gesture-control capability, and a hyperquick USB connection for external devices. Unlike many CES debuts, VW’s new system is […] 
We (Briefly) Drove the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV and Now We’re Charged Up About It!  Jan 7th, 2016 
VW Could Buy Back 100,000-Plus TDI Diesel Vehicles in U.S.  Jan 7th, 2016 
Volkswagen may have to buy back some 115,000 cars in the U.S. as it attempts to placate the federal government over its diesel-emissions scandal. The German newspaper Süddeutschen Zeitung, first translated by Reuters, cited unknown sources saying VW would buy back one-fifth of the roughly 580,000 cars affected, which include Audi and Porsche models. Presumably, […] 
Hyundai Ioniq EV/PHEV/Hybrid First Photos, Powertrain Details Released  Jan 7th, 2016 
Hyundai has taken the wraps off its Ioniq, its all-new entry that will be sold as a traditional hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and an EV. We’ve also gotten our first technical details of the new green machine. Sized roughly between the Elantra and Sonata, the four-door hatchback uses a dedicated platform. Hyundai boasts that the […] 
Hyundai Ioniq EV/PHEV/Hybrid First Photos, Powertrain Details Released  Jan 7th, 2016 
Kia Shoots Us In the Face Demonstrating Autonomous Soul EV’s Capabilities  Jan 7th, 2016 
Among the more bizarre displays we found in various automakers’ booths at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show were autonomous-driving simulators. After all, what’s there to simulate? In both real life and the re-creation, the “driver” merely sits there while stuff happens. Which is why we have to tip our hat to Kia for its jarring […] 
Nissan’s Autonomous Plan: 10 New Cars With Self-Driving Tech by 2020  Jan 7th, 2016 
Very few cars under $30,000 have a full complement of automated driver assists, and even fewer offer semi-autonomous driving. Now Nissan and business partner Renault say they’ll offer more than 10 cars with a range of autonomous features within the next four years, specifically “mainstream, mass-market cars at affordable prices.” The year 2020 is a […] 
We (Briefly) Drove the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV and Now We’re Charged Up About It!  Jan 7th, 2016 
Less than an hour after General Motors chairman and CEO Mary Barra unveiled the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, we’re behind the wheel for our first drive of the revolutionary electric car, which promises better than 200 miles of range and a net selling price (after tax credits) of $30,000. This has to be some kind of […] 
W.O. Goes to Walmart: Bentley Announces Monster by Mulliner  Jan 7th, 2016 
Upon entry to the ultraluxe stratosphere, appearances and history become all. It’s how Bentley and Rolls-Royce soldier on year after year, building cars that are fundamentally more than a decade old. The attraction lies in the exclusivity, the Best-of-Britain allure, and arcane details about the sourcing of materials; upholstery-destined cattle raised in areas with no barbed […] 
2017 Chevrolet Bolt Priced at $37,500 Before Tax Incentives  Jan 7th, 2016 
  The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric car may not be available until late in the year, but we know a whole lot about it as of yesterday, including how it drives, and now, how much it will cost: $37,500, including destination fees but before applicable federal and state tax rebates. Depending on whether one qualifies […] 
Renault-Nissan Issues Four-Year Autonomous Vehicle Schedule  Jan 7th, 2016 
Renault-Nissan Alliance announced this week it will launch more than 10 vehicles with autonomous drive technology in the United States, Europe, Japan and China within the next four years. 
AutoNation Reports Higher Sales, Lower Margins  Jan 7th, 2016 
Significant retail discounts drove up both December and fourth-quarter new-vehicle sales for the nation’s largest dealer group, but they also cut into the group’s sales margins, AutoNation officials said this week. 
Edmunds, CUneXus Partner to Develop New Car-Buying Solutions  Jan 7th, 2016 
Edmunds is teaming with CUneXus to build new shopping and purchasing solutions. The latter offers a “click-to-accept” consumer loan platform that allows finance sources to deliver loan offers to in-market consumers through their mobile devices. 
COX Automotive Canada Acquires Manheim Source Edmonton  Jan 7th, 2016 
Cox Automotive Canada, through its Manheim Canada operation, has acquired complete ownership of Manheim Source Edmonton. The auction will now operate as Manheim Edmonton. 
Faraday Future Teased Its First Production Sedan/Crossover/Thing, and Few People Noticed  Jan 7th, 2016 
Four electric motors and more than 1000 horsepower: The slightly juvenile FFZERO1 supercar concept from startup company Faraday Future certainly delivers plenty of wow factor. Indeed, the FFZERO1 is one of the main attractions of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but it’s just a flashy exercise in “look at me!” The brand is planning to launch more-conventional […] 
So Euro: Chevy Cruze Adds Hatchback to U.S. Lineup for 2017  Jan 7th, 2016 
Chevrolet has taken the wraps off the new Cruze hatchback, which will join the sedan in the compact’s U.S. lineup this fall. The Cruze was redesigned for 2016, and this is the first time we’re seeing the hatchback version. The hatch, which is powered by the same 153-hp 1.4-liter turbo four-cylinder as the sedan, will […] 
Poking and Prodding Audi’s Haptic Touchscreen and Digital Dashboard at CES  Jan 7th, 2016 
Bosch wasn’t the only automotive company at CES to debut a haptic touchscreen—the kind that registers inputs with a physical sensation like a vibration—Audi also brought one along. Two, in fact. Incorporated into a conceptual, forward-looking car-interior buck mimicking the e-tron Quattro concept‘s cabin, the display had three colossal screens; only the digital gauge cluster goes […] 
So Euro: Chevy Cruze Adds Hatchback to U.S. Lineup for 2017  Jan 7th, 2016 
2017 Chevrolet Bolt Debuts: Will It Go to the Head of the EV Class?  Jan 7th, 2016 
In a couple of years, Chevrolet may well be chopping big dollars off the sticker of its new Bolt EV and sweetening lease deals like so much southern iced tea. It probably will have to, in order to move sufficient quantities of a nonpremium compact electric hatchback in order to satisfy both CAFE requirements and […] 
Aston Martin’s Collaboration with China’s LeTV Produces a Concept Infotainment System  Jan 6th, 2016 
Back in April, Aston Martin signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese media conglomerate LeTV for the co-development of electric vehicles. This obscure move, understandably, went almost completely unnoticed by the automotive universe. Now, at CES nearly a year later, Aston Martin is debuting the AutoLink Rapide S concept, a normal Rapide S that’s been fitted […] 
CES Fatigue: Juckenwood and the McLaren 675LT  Jan 6th, 2016 
There’s an awful lot of polarization in the world these days. On any given subject, one’s bound to find somebody in some corner of the World Wide Web proclaiming something either the worst or best thing ever. But only nuclear holocaust is nuclear holocaust and only motorcycles are motorcycles. Everything else lies somewhere in the […] 
Volvo S90 To Be First Car Fitted with Standard Semi-Autonomous Tech  Jan 6th, 2016 
Volvo’s handsome S90 sedan will enter into a packed and high-tech market when it goes on sale in the U.S. toward the end of 2016. But it’ll pack one feature nobody else offers in the U.S. market: self-driving technology as a standard feature. The S90 will utilize the second generation of Pilot Assist, Volvo’s semi-autonomous […] 
75th Anniversary Jeep Models Suit Up in Green and Bronze  Jan 6th, 2016 
While a 75th anniversary is generally called a diamond anniversary, things are a little different for Jeep, which reaches that milestone this year. A diamond-encrusted Jeep would just be silly, though, so the company instead is decking out its 75th Anniversary models in special green paint (although other colors can be specified) and lots of […] 
75th Anniversary Jeep Models Suit Up in Green and Bronze  Jan 6th, 2016 
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV: GM’s $30K Electric Is Almost Here! – Official Photos and Info  Jan 6th, 2016 
We Try Bosch’s Haptic-Feedback Touch Screen, Are Touched By Its Effectiveness  Jan 6th, 2016 
Haptic-feedback touchscreens, essentially displays that affirm inputs with sensory feedback, have been around for years. Typically these systems tend toward the binary, buzzing, vibrating, or “clicking” in response to a digital button press on a flat touch screen. We’ve sampled Bosch’s haptic touchscreen, dubbed Neosense, at CES and can report that it offers more comprehensive, […] 
Audi at CES: Next-Gen Virtual Dashboard, Haptic Touch, AMOLED Lighting  Jan 6th, 2016 
Audi at CES: Next-Gen Virtual Dashboard, Haptic Touch, AMOLED Lighting  Jan 6th, 2016 
A next-generation version of Audi’s virtual dashboard and OLED lighting technology headlined the Audi news at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Audi displayed the latest version of its virtual gauge cluster, which CES veterans might remember made its debut at this same show two years ago—and now appears in the production 2016 TT […] 
The Fastest Way to Defog Your Windshield, Courtesy of a Former NASA Engineer  Jan 6th, 2016 
Winter’s here, and for lots of us, that means dealing with a foggy windshield full of condensation when we go to start our cars. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t take that long for your defroster to clear your windshield, but if you’re harried and already late for work, that extra time waiting can […] 
U.S. Seeks up to $48 Billion in Fines for VW Emissions Cheating  Jan 6th, 2016 
It’s been nearly four months since the news broke that Volkswagen had been cheating to get around diesel emissions standards, but the scandal is far from over. The federal government has filed suit against the German automaker, and today we learned that the Department of Justice is seeking up to $48 billion in penalties. Reuters […] 
Goebel, Ziegler to Headline Dealer Summit  Jan 6th, 2016 
Organizers of Dealer Summit announced that Greg Goebel and Jim Ziegler will speak at the 2016 event, which will be held May 3–5 at the Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel. 
Calif. Dealer Group Amends Lawsuit Against TrueCar  Jan 6th, 2016 
The original lawsuit, filed last May, charged TrueCar with acting as a dealer and a broker when it does not have a dealer or broker license. The new amendment asks the court to declare that TrueCar continues to act as a 'dealer' and 'broker” without license. 
Wise F&I Adds to Sales Team  Jan 6th, 2016 
The F&I product provider announced the hiring of Amy Counts as an account executive. The 18-year industry veteran has served in various roles at Reynolds and Reynolds and RouteOne. 
FTC Announces Plans to Study the Auto-Buying Experience  Jan 6th, 2016 
On Dec. 29, the Federal Trade Commission announced plans to conduct a qualitative survey of consumers who have purchased and financed an automobile from a dealer within the last 6 months. If issues are revealed, the agency said it may consider enforcement initiatives or rulemaking. 
BMW Sticking With Diesel in the U.S.  Jan 6th, 2016 
The backlash to Volkswagen’s diesel-emissions cheating won’t scare BMW away from selling diesel engines in the United States, its director of research and development insisted recently. Even with some 500,000 Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche vehicles being identified by the EPA as releasing too many NOx emissions, Dr. Klaus Fröhlich insisted that BMW won’t pull diesel engines from its […] 
The Five Automotive Brands to Watch in 2016  Jan 6th, 2016 
With major new-product launches and other potentially news-making happenings, these are the companies that you’ll be hearing a lot about in the next 12 months. 
The HDBaseT Alliance Expands into the Automotive Sector  Jan 6th, 2016 
General Motors, Daimler and Delphi have joined the Alliance to promote and advance HDBaseT in the automotive sector. 
Vigo is an Unprecedented 'Personal Guardian Angel' Aimed to Eliminate Drowsy Driving  Jan 6th, 2016 
Drowsy driving meets its match with new smart Bluetooth headset 
2016 Volkswagen BUDD-e Concept: A Cynical Image-Builder that We Can’t Help But Love  Jan 6th, 2016 
“Listen, man. I’m really sorry about the lies I told and how I’ve generally been crappy toward you lately. I’ve learned a lot these past few months and I’ve been thinking about all the great times we had together. I can’t picture us not being friends. So I was hoping that maybe I could be […] 
Volkswagen BUDD-e Concept: Inspired by Microbus – Official Photos and Info  Jan 6th, 2016 
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