2020 Kia Telluride, Mid-Engine Corvette, Racing electric cars: What's New @ The Car Connection
It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about three-row crossover SUVs or Colorado towns: Telluride is not a long way from Palisade. At least on paper.
Hyundai on Tuesday announced a new crossover SUV: the Hyundai Venue.
Not long ago, evolution of the pickup truck species left reality and normal-sized parking spaces behind.
1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
From Motor Authority:
The mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette might be the single worst kept secret in automotive history.
With Smart's global sales dipping 4.6 percent to just 128,802 units in 2018, parent company Daimler may be looking to drop the brand or at least offload some of the risk, according to the latest reports out of Europe.
Buick may have something called the Envista in the pipeline, but what that is, we don't know yet.
From Green Car Reports:
The daily news cycle already provides plenty of fodder for taking sides for or against electric cars.
When Volkswagen introduced the ID Buggy concept at the Geneva auto show earlier this month, it also presented an interesting proposition: The company suggested that it would like to sell the Buggy's modular electric underpinnings to other automakers to build their own electric models.
Like Teslas rolling through parking lots on their own, the self-driving future is inching closer.