When manufacturers aren’t introducing brand-new vehicles to fill the nooks and crannies that remain between segments, they’re altering the sizes and shapes of existing models to better fit the boundaries that have solidified since those cars were first introduced. With the all-new 2018 Equinox, Chevrolet is doing the latter: The…""
Within the next eight years, executives from the ride-hailing service Lyft say, they’ll be delivering a billion rides per year. But those will all be in autonomous vehicles. Considering that such vehicles aren’t even deployed on the road right now, aside from pilot projects, that’s an ambitious vision for such…""
Once the gold standard for sports sedans, in recent years the BMW 5-series has morphed into more of a luxury cruiser. Technologically advanced and supremely comfortable, the newest 5-series performs well in many categories but lacks the lively handling of BMWs we fondly remember from the past. A strong turbocharged…""
Do you earn a living by hustling for ride-hailing companies or driving delivery gigs? There may be a new way to add a few extra dollars to your bottom line while helping to lay the groundwork for autonomous vehicles. Mapping ever-changing road environments is one of the trickiest aspects of…""
The 2017 Ford GT is real, and it’s spectacular. Unfortunately, some of those deemed worthy of becoming owners are having to wait to find out just how spectacular, as deliveries of the supercar have been delayed. While the Blue Oval has delivered a handful of its mid-engined supercars to owners, Ford…""
Known as the i30 across the pond, the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT Sport has the Volkswagen Golf GTI in its sights. Drawn under the watchful eye of Hyundai’s chief design officer Peter Schreyer, the compact hatchback’s sporty bodywork, clean lines, and attractive proportions make it far more fashionable than both its…""
While we all wait, patiently and otherwise, for the Chevrolet Corvette lineup’s mighty 2018 ZR1 to appear, the regular Corvette and Z06 models dive into 2018 with a minimum of changes and a neat Carbon 65 special edition. Don’t worry, a 455-hp 6.2-liter V-8 is still standard on the Stingray, while the Z06’s…""