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.
Continue reading “Mercedes-Maybach Go Questionable”
Hyundai’s brand-engineered little-brother Kia have announced that they’re cutting that they’re no longer going to build the oddly named Forte Koup. Continue reading “Forte Flies the Koup”
Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla will (should/might/may possibly) have a fully-electric semi-truck available on the market by September, followed by a fully-electric pickup truck less than two years later (maybe/possibly/we’ll see.) Continue reading “Tesla Gets a Semi”
Lincoln (remember them?) have unveiled the 2018 Navigator at the New York Auto Show, and true to form it’s large and covered in chrome, appealing to those who confuse ‘shiny’ with ‘stylish.’
Continue reading “Lincoln Keep Trying, Not Sure Why”
Sometimes simple is good. With each new model year showing an increase in complexity and sophistication, each manufacturer pushing the boundaries of the daily driving experience, we sometimes need to take a step back and simplify. Continue reading “2018 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Gets Powerful”
Remember the Audi TT? The one that kinda looks like a VW Beetle but maybe less-wifey (but not really)? Anyway, it’s a small two-door sports car that’s getting a nice boost in power for the 2018 model year. Continue reading “Tell Your Lawyer Uncle: the 2018 TT RS”
With the introduction of Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/Toyota GT86, as well as the Mazda MX-5 RF (kinda), there’s been a renewed focus on rear-drive, two-door coupes (a term that should be oxymoronic but somehow isn’t.) A long-term participant in this class, Nissan has taken a big step in not being competitive. Continue reading “Nissan Bravely Commit to Taking Your Money”