The unprecedented vehicle buyback of Volkswagen TDIs has spawned a cottage industry in which some enterprising dealers and individuals have begun to acquire scandal-affected vehicles en masse. Technically, it is not illegal for someone to buy multiple TDI cars and sell them back to Volkswagen. What would raise some red…""
The French and Germans are dancing again to an American beat, with General Motors in confirmed discussions to sell its Opel and Vauxhall operations to PSA Group (the parent of Peugeot and Citroën). The two corporations previously bopped to a similar beat in 2012, when merging Opel with PSA was floated…""
Smart has an embarrassing problem, and it’s preventing the brand from satisfying the needs of U.S. and Canadian customers. As a result, Daimler’s city-car brand is shifting focus in these two North American markets and killing off combustion-engine variants of the Smart Fortwo coupe and convertible. Instead, the brand will…""
The Mitsubishi Eclipse is dead; long live the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. A new Mitsubishi crossover will wear the familiar nameplate when it makes its debut next month at the Geneva auto show. Called the Eclipse Cross, the small SUV is meant to evoke memories of the long-running Eclipse sports coupe…""
What It Is: Ford’s third-generation Focus for the U.S. market, testing in early prototype guise somewhere in Europe. Wait, you might be thinking, weren’t there more than two previous generations of Focus, a nameplate Ford introduced in 1999, on sale in the United States? Technically, no. While Europe received an…""
The flying car is here! Woo! Dutch company PAL-V is on track to begin delivery of its Liberty flying car late next year, with the business officially opening up its order books to customers interested in owning the nearly half-million-dollar vehicle. Equipped with a pair of engines—one each for ground and air…""