I grew up in a GM town. My dad worked for the General as did at least one parent of most of my friends. I don’t really care for most GM products, they get my token sympathy when it comes to American cars.
Lexus has long been an issue. For the longest time they were simply Toyotas for dicks who wanted people to know they were better than Toyotas. Then, they introduced that stupid-ass spindle front grill and the F performance line in an effort to appear more athletic.
While officially unveiling the previously teased all-electric semi, Tesla shocked the room by all introducing their forth-coming update to their original vehicle, the Roadster.
Volkswagen is trying to figure out what to do with their Beetle. While one of the lower-selling vehicles in their lineup, it seems that there’s a strong emotional attachment to what’s probably their most recognizable vehicle.
Buick has being playing around with a premium sub-brand called Avenir. They already have an Enclave Avenir and have just announced the 2018 LaCrosse Avenir.
Electric vehicles are just now starting to be viable. Range anxiety is finally be laid to rest as battery technology has increased maximum distance. While charging stations are still in short supply, EVs are capable city cars and will become proper touring vehicles in the near future.