Jaguar’s F-Pace is a compact luxury SUV writ larger, sportier, and sexier than is typical. It lives to thrust and parry with the similarly athletic Porsche Macan, yet it sacrifices little to nothing in practicality to lesser, attention-grabbing competitors. Underneath its seductive, F-type sports-car-inspired styling hides a roomy cabin with…""
When Ford hired Jim Hackett as its new chief executive officer last month, he delivered a mandate: In a rapidly changing industry, the automaker no longer could afford to take a plodding approach to making decisions. Ford needed to move faster. The company took a step in that direction Thursday,…""
Being the new kid in a school can be one of the toughest transitions of a lifetime. The sleek second-generation Chevrolet Cruze arrived in 2016 in sedan-form only. For 2017, the model is available in one of our favorite body styles—the hatchback—for the first time in North America. And Chevrolet…""
It has been a decade since Maserati released its GranTurismo, and it goes without saying that the GT world has moved on significantly since the car’s debut. Maserati has attempted to keep pace by adding power and sticking various unfortunate plastic bits to the machine’s fundamentally lovely Pininfarina-designed form, while…""
From its roots as a provider of graphics processing power for video games, Nvidia has risen to become one of the most important Silicon Valley companies developing technology for self-driving vehicles. This was underscored recently when the company announced further collaborations with two major OEMs—Volvo and Volkswagen—and top global automotive…""
In retrospect, it’s only logical that we eventually would find ourselves behind the wheel of a nearly $70,000 Hyundai. Loosely following the blueprint used by the trio of Japanese manufacturers that launched upscale divisions in the late 20th century, Hyundai’s newly minted Genesis is meant to put a little space…""