The traditional icon of Indian automotive heritage, Jaguar (and corporate sibling under Tata Motors, Land Rover) will be phasing out V8 engines for future vehicles. Reports have Jag revamping their entire line-up through 2024, with… More
Taking the Fusion name from the soon-to-be-extinct sedan, the Blue Oval is looking to model the new iteration after the Outback, the ever-more-popular wagon-ish vehicle renowned for its symmetrical all-wheel drive and off-road capabilities.
The current iteration of the Mx-5 (née Miata) is not a perfect car. For starters, as gorgeous as the RF is, a proper hardtop is unavailable.
That’s pretty much it, actually.
I haven’t written about Ford lately, right? I don’t have a bad taste in my mouth, so probably not.
Anyway, it seems that Dearborn, MI-based auto manufacturer is dealing with some problems (that does sound familiar.) This time it’s based on lowered profits and decreased demand for their vehicles. Continue reading “Ford to Stop With the Cars. Unfortunately, Not the Trucks”
New York- via Detroit- based car company, Cadillac, have recently ousted their man-in-charge John de Nysschen. de Nysschen spent four years with the famed American luxury manufacturer. He’s been replaced by Steve Carlisle, formerly GM Canada’s President and Managing Director.
Since making Maybach a sub-brand under their main brand, Mercedes haven’t really done much to capitalize on ultra-lux company. They have their Avengers-style task-force, the Maybach Music Group, promoting their brand of social order, but other than that, nada.
Maybe that’s been for the best.
Buick, like their neighbors at Cadillac, are great at making concept cars. Their Avista is an all-timer; the Avenir, a unique take on that silly fastback-sedan thing that the German’s keep doing; and the Roadmaster, which would immediately obviate the continued existence of Chrysler.
One thing these all have in common is that they are in no way reflected in the products currently on offer.
Constantly following in the steps of their Ford competitor, the Chevy Camaro is getting a new look for the 2019 model.
Featuring a new grill that, for some reason, brings it in line with the rest of the Bowtie family (since when you think Camaro, you also want to think Cruze.)