Volvo took the wraps off the 2019 S60 at the automaker's new plant in Charleston, South Carolina. The new sedan goes on sale later this year with three powertrains, the same tablet-style Sensus touchscreen infotainment system found in the XC60, and a starting price of $36,795.
Mazda finally made it official that the MX-5 Miata is getting more power for 2019. With a 17-percent increase in power, a higher redline, and better fuel economy, the MX-5 Miata is looking like a perfect toy for any enthusiast's garage.
For the first time in history, three Korean automakers topped the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study. The 2018 study saw Genesis take top spot with Kia and Hyundai following. Porsche fell from its top spot down to fourth place. Coming in last? Jaguar and Land Rover.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2019 Volvo S60 officially debuts, Swedish style meets Southern speed
2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata: more power, higher redline
Genesis, Kia, Hyundai top 2018 J.D. Power quality study
GM pumps $175M into manufacturing next-generation Cadillac sedans
Self-driving car pioneers link up to study "human impact" of driverless future
Slovenian company makes in-wheel plug-and-play electric motors
Uber starts paying drivers to buy electric
Second-generation Audi A1 Sportback debuts
Colorado squares off against EPA, will adopt California's stringent vehicle emissions rules
Patent images out BMW 8-Series Gran Coupe and Convertible
Audi teams up with Hyundai to build fuel-cell vehicles
Google Maps no longer allows in-app Uber booking on Android