Cadillac has shared the first official images of the high-performance V version of its Escalade SUV. There was hop the automaker would provide technical details today as well, but it wasn’t to be – that will wait for another day.
According to Stellantis, the shift to electric vehicles is the result of political decisions rather than a real desire on the part of automakers. Company CEO Carlos Tavares adds he believes other solutions would be more effective in reducing vehicles’ carbon footprint.
Toyota today teased a new image of its next-gen Sequoia SUV and confirmed the model will get its big reveal next week, on Tuesday January 25. Stay tuned.
Organizers of the Detroit Auto Show, which hasn’t been held in almost three years due to the pandemic, say the next edition is happening this September. Hopefully.
For the first time in its history, Lincoln is selling more vehicles in China than in the United States. That’s down to big gains in China but also to losses in North America.
Hyundai is issuing a recall of over 26,000 vehicles due to a potential problem with the windshield. On some of the Korean automaker’s 2020-2021 models, the windshield could detach in a collision.
There are some surprises when perusing the list of top-selling models per state, for instance in Vermont and Hawaii
Nokian Tyres today launched two new tires designed for SUV owners who like to venture off the beaten path. The Outpost AT and Outpost APT offer more ruggedness and durability, among other things, and they are approved for winter use where needed.
Rivian failed to meet production targets for 2021, its first year in the vehicle-assembling business. The company had planned to build 1,200 models, but only 1,015 were made before the calendar flipped to 2022. Of the EVs it built, 920 were actually delivered to customers.
The first image of Mitsubishi’s Vision Ralliart concept has disappointed many fans for whom the Ralliart name has strong and fond associations. We’ll find out exactly what the study portends for Mitsubishi at the Tokyo Motor Show from January 14 to 16.