The first SUV in Alfa Romeo’s lineup comes with a modest price premium compared to its direct rivals—but there’s more to this story than just dollars.
In March, Mercedes-Benz’s U.S. chief, Dieter Exler, told reporters at the New York Auto Show that the luxury automaker might stop selling diesels in America. Two months later, it appears that the company has indeed thrown in the towel–at least for passenger vehicles, and at least for model year 2017.
Tesla recently rolled out its Autopilot 8.1 software update, offering nifty new features for folks who’d bought vehicles equipped with Tesla’s Autopilot 2 hardware. Over the weekend, Tesla published yet another Autopilot update, bringing even more bells and whistles to later-model Tesla vehicles, along with some concerns about privacy.
From Motor Authority:
The 2-Series is one of our favorite cars in the BMW lineup. In fact, the high-performance M2 variant was voted Motor Authority’s Best Car to Buy 2017.
Volkswagen’s Polo subcompact is now the oldest model in the German brand’s lineup, with the current, fifth-generation model having made its debut as far back as the 2009 Geneva auto show.
The Porsche 918 Spyder may have exited production in 2015, but it remains a highly desirable car for good reasons. Those in the market will be happy to hear a 918 Spyder has hit the market — and it’s brand new.
From Green Car Reports:
It’s time to take a look at the best deals on hybrid, electric, and fuel-efficient cars for the month of May, and as new-vehicle sales slow, there are plenty of deals to be had.
Anniversaries often provide an opportunity to reflect on important past events, review what has happened since, and reflect upon the future.
Large global automakers customarily pursue research into multiple types of technologies and future powertrains at the same time.