You may have heard by now that French automaker PSA Group plans to sell vehicles in the United States once again after a nearly 30-year absence but is starting first with “mobility.” As part of a three-phase plan, the company launched its Free2Move mobility aggregation platform in Seattle last year, and…""
Tour-egg? Tow-are-age? Aw, heck, it doesn’t matter anymore if Americans can’t pronounce the name of Volkswagen’s five-seat, luxurious Touareg SUV. (For the record, it’s “To-war-reg.”) It will no longer be sold in the United States, as the less expensive, roomier three-row Atlas (and, soon, a two-row Atlas model) are taking over…""
Back in 2006, BMW introduced so many powertrain and chassis modes for its M5 performance sedan—279 combinations in all—that it turned off enthusiasts, including many loyal to the brand. When we asked Wolfgang Ziebart, technical design director and the executive who oversaw Jaguar I-Pace development, why there are only two modes…""
The newly announced 2019 Ford Fusion has a built-in modem that allows customers to access a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, monitor vehicle diagnostics, and access other services through an app. But what about Ford owners who aren’t ready to buy a new car just to get those features? FordPass SmartLink addresses this…""
Magna Steyr will build the next BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra at its assembly plant in Graz, Austria. The jointly developed sports cars will both be assembled by the contract manufacturer, according to a report in Automotive News Europe. Magna Steyr is a favorite producer for low-volume specialty models such as…""
The Honda Accord, just redesigned for the 2018 model year, now welcomes back a gasoline-electric hybrid variant. Available in a total of four trims, the entry-level Accord hybrid wears a starting price of $25,990; that’s $1530 more than a base Accord LX and $4505 less than the previous-generation Accord hybrid. Like…""