Mercedes-Benz presented the (online) world premiere of the second-generation 2021 GLA. The small SUV gets a bigger engine and more interior space thanks to a boxier shape; it’s expected on the market in the middle of 2020.
It hasn’t been around for very long, but Volkswagen is already giving its Atlas a refresh for the 2021 model-year. The SUV will get updates to its styling and equipment to line up more closely with the Cross Sport version that’s set to debut in March 2020.
With its major revision of the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban for 2021, Chevrolet aims to retake the lead in a segment it already largely dominates. We went to Michigan to meet the longer, bigger and more modern full-size SUVs from General Motors.
To promote the pending debut of its 2021 F-Type, Jaguar tapped the child within and sent a miniature Hot Wheels version of the refreshed sports car careening though its UK design studio on a custom-built track.
Daimler has announced a round of job cuts affecting 10,000 positions around the world. The company explained the move by saying it was necessitated by the need to reduce costs; the automaker will free up funds to invest in electrification and the development of new technologies.
Cadillac has announced pricing for Canada for its new 2020 CT5 and 2020 CT5-V sedans for the Canadian market. Overall consumers will benefit from strong value for the money and interesting options.
Mercedes-Benz’s high-luxury division is producing its own version of the company’s big GLS SUV. Mercedes-Maybach has just unveiled the 2021 Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4Matic, which will hit the market late in 2020.
We saw from our romp through the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show this week that carmakers have not exhausted their desire to bring more SUVs, crossovers and anything remotely connected to those formats to the market. Here are the top 10 models that most grabbed our attention at this year’s edition of the show.
First seen in Tokyo last month, the winged Lexus LF-30 Electrified concept flew itself across the Pacific to be at the Los Angeles Auto Show. There’s a snowball’s chance in heck this prototype will ever see the light of day, but it does give a peek at the (distant) future of the brand’s design vision.
Acura’s Type S Concept, first revealed earlier this year, is on display at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a mission to provide a foretaste of the brand’s design future. It’s a big deal for a company that remains in desperate need of a guiding light for its vehicles’ styling.