From the category archives: Industry News and Events

Get Your Chevy SS Order in Now!

If you haven’t placed an order for a Chevy SS, the time is now. After four short years, production of the 415 horsepower muscle sedan is ending.  According to GM Authority, the ordering window for the SS is closing at the end of the month.

Continue Reading →

Mitsubishi Names Newest Crossover Eclipse

Mitsubishi is dusting off an iconic nameplate and preparing it for an upcoming crossover. The Eclipse, originally introduced in 1989 as a two-door coupe, was a foundation for Mitsubishi’s sports-minded direction. According to Automotive News, the Japanese brand is naming its newest crossover the Eclipse Cross and hopes the revived nameplate will elicit some fond memories with consumers. 

Continue Reading →

2020 Ford Bronco Will be Off-Road Ready

Some of the biggest news to come from the Detroit-based North American International Auto Show this year was Ford’s announcement of the Bronco revival. After a 20-year hiatus, the iconic off-road vehicle will be back and more capable than ever. Per Shifting Lanes, Dana – the company responsible for building the Jeep Wrangler’s solid axles – has secured a bid to build the driveline for both the Bronco and next-generation Ranger.

Continue Reading →

Is a Shift in Luxury Flagship Vehicles Coming?

Flagship vehicles represent the pinnacle of a brand. They showcase the most progressive technology and often the future direction of the automobile. Cars like the Mercedes-Benz S class and the BMW 7 series have traditionally held these spots, but a growing automotive trend may bring change. According to Automotive News, SUVs and crossovers are likely the flagship of tomorrow. 

Continue Reading →

Is a Shift in Luxury Flagship Vehicles Coming?

Flagship vehicles represent the pinnacle of a brand. They showcase the most progressive technology and often the future direction of the automobile. Cars like the Mercedes-Benz S class and the BMW 7 series have traditionally held these spots, but a growing automotive trend may bring change. According to Automotive News, SUVs and crossovers are likely the flagship of tomorrow. 

Continue Reading →

Surprise! The 2018 Ford Mustang

Earlier this week, Ford shocked automotive enthusiasts and journalists alike with the debut of the 2018 Mustang. Nearly a week after the Detroit-based North American International Auto Show, the company’s oddly timed release has drawn some looks—and so has the Mustang’s new face.

Continue Reading →

Kia Spices up Lineup with Stinger GT

Kia is not known for being a sport-minded brand.  While they have teased consumers with athletic concepts like the GT, nothing has come to fruition. This week, that all changed. On Monday, at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Kia took aim at German performance with the Stinger GT.

Continue Reading →

Mustang Gets Tweaks for 2018, GT350 Remains in Lineup

The latest generation Mustang was launched in 2015. Going into its third production year, the iconic pony car is due for a few tweaks as the 2018 model receives the usual mid-cycle refresh.

Continue Reading →

Lucid Motors Launches Tesla Fighting EV

When it comes to electric vehicles, most consumers think of Tesla. Since its introduction in 2012, few have challenged Elon Musk and his battery wizardry. A new company is looking to change that, and according to Autoblog, Lucid Motors is ready to debut the Air.

Continue Reading →

Ferrari Gives Japan J50 Limited Edition, Hints at Design Future

Ferrari surprised Japan this week with the announcement of the J50, a special edition of the 488 Spider. In typical prancing horse fashion, the limited edition model will feature wild styling and be capped at 10 units. According to Jalopnik, the special edition could also point toward the brand's future styling. 

Continue Reading →

Pages: Prev1234567...16NextReturn Top

 

    

LIVE CHAT
Search Blog
ARCHIVE