Volvo XC40 Recharge plugs in, AMG goes hybrid, Kia Soul EV delayed: What's New @ The Car Connection
Volvo's first electric vehicle, the 2021 XC40 Recharge, leads the charge for a more sustainable future.
The big Volkswagen sedan's headlights kept it from earning an award from the IIHS.
With the 2020 Camry, Toyota adds a vibrant TRD model while it retains the high economy and strong safety scores of the latest four-door family sedan.
From Motor Authority:
Hyundai Veloster Grappler concept
Hyundai's Veloster Grappler has been designed to tackle Baja's desert dunes.
The redesigned C-Class compact sedan will offer a high-performance AMG C63 with a hybrid powertrain instead of a V-8.
Bentley head of color and trim Maria Mulder walks us through a tasteful ultra-luxury selection.
From Green Car Reports:
2020 Kia Soul EV first drive - South Korea - April 2019Official: Kia Soul EV delayed until 2021
The fully electric version of the Kia Soul, already EPA-rated at 243 miles of range, has been delayed until the 2021 model year.Volvo is paying plug-in hybrid drivers for all the electricity they use
Volvo plans to offer a year of free charging with its plug-in hybrids, and it’s a very different program than anything currently offered with fully electric vehicles.
A low price and speedy charging should make the Uniti One a great car for European cities—although chances of seeing it in the U.S. are slim.