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2018 Lexus GS F

Lexus tops 2018 JD Power Dependability Study

Lexus was rated the most dependable brand in the annual J.D. Power Dependability Study for the seventh time in a row, further strengthening the brand's reputation for quality and reliability. The annual study examines problems experienced during the past 12 months by original owners of vehicles... read more

February 15, 2018 by
 
1988 Porsche 959 Sport, courtesy RM Sotheby's, Remi Dargegen

3D printing allows Porsche to create obscure parts for classic cars

Three-dimensional printing is poised to revolutionize manufacturing and production processes. It's also excellent news for owners of vintage cars in need of pretty obscure... read more February 13, 2018 by


 
Ford Kentucky Truck Plant

Ford increasing production of Expedition, Navigator SUVs

It's nothing but good news for Ford and Lincoln's full-size SUVs. Ford Motor Company announced on Monday it will increase production of the 2018 Expedition and 2018 Navigator... read more February 12, 2018 by


 
2018 Tesla Model 3

Tesla reveals 2017 financial results, records near $2B loss

Investors have rallied around Tesla, riding high on a wave of future promises from the electric car company. Tesla's 2017 financial results released on Wednesday still show... read more February 8, 2018 by


 
Home equipped with solar panel and battery storage system from Tesla

Australia plans "virtual" power plant of distributed solar panels, Tesla batteries

Having built the world's biggest battery in the Australian state of South Australia a year ago to provide energy to the grid in the event of a supply shortage, Tesla is now... read more February 8, 2018 by


 
Polestar 1

Polestar 1 production totals may increase beyond 1,500

Following Polestar's split from Volvo to become a standalone brand, the division showed its first production model: the Polestar 1. At its debut, the brand said it planned... read more February 7, 2018 by


 
McLaren Senna

All core McLarens to feature electrification, self-driving tech beginning in 2019

McLaren will set foot in a brave new world after announcing that all of the brand's future care models from 2019 onward will boast electrified powertrains and some form of... read more February 6, 2018 by


 
Porsche Mission E concept, 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

Porsche investing $7.5B in electrification over next 4 years

Porsche will aid VW Group's electrification charge with an even larger investment than it had originally planned. Through 2022, Porsche has $7.5 billion earmarked for... read more February 5, 2018 by


 
Chinese company copies BMW Isetta

Iconic BMW Isetta returns as a Chinese knockoff

Chinese companies have a track record for copying other automakers. Porsches, Hondas, and even tires often have knockoff alter egos in the country. The latest digs deeper... read more February 2, 2018 by


 
2018 Xpeng G3

Xpeng gets $350M in funding, including from iPhone maker Foxconn

Chinese electric car startup Xpeng only revealed its G3 SUV to the world at last month's 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but the vehicle, a potential rival to... read more February 2, 2018 by


 
Nikola One

Nikola selects Arizona to manufacture electric semi-trucks

Nikola has taken a major step toward bringing its extended-range electric semi-trailer truck to market. The company announced on Tuesday that Buckeye, Arizona will be home to... read more January 31, 2018 by


 
2018 Volkswagen Golf

VW Group holds on to title of world's biggest automaker

The Volkswagen Group was the biggest automaker by volume in 2017 after its various brands delivered a combined 10.74 million vehicles, representing a substantial rise of 4.3... read more January 30, 2018 by


 
Waymo self-driving prototype

Waymo orders thousands of self-driving cars ahead of deployment in multiple US cities

Waymo is making huge strides in the race to develop a safe and robust self-driving taxi service. The Alphabet-owned company formerly known as the Google Self-Driving Car... read more January 30, 2018 by


 
First standalone Genesis showroom in Gangnam district Seoul, South Korea

Genesis to establish dedicated dealerships

Genesis is working hard to distinguish itself as more than just the luxury arm of Hyundai. It wants to be seen as a standalone brand. Genesis started out life as a luxurious... read more January 29, 2018 by


 
Mini Electric Concept rendering, 2017 Frankfurt auto show

Report: Next-gen Minis could come from China, ride on platform deveoped with Great Wall

The BMW Group is in the requirements phase for its next-generation Mini family and options on the table reportedly include building the cars in China on a platform shared... read more January 28, 2018 by


 
Teaser for Volvo Trucks electric urban delivery vehicle

Volvo Trucks plans electric delivery vehicle for 2019

Not to be left out of the push for electric and electrified commercial vehicles, Volvo Trucks announced Tuesday that it will begin selling electric trucks in Europe in 2019... read more January 24, 2018 by


 
 

 
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