Just because something says on its package that it can do something doesn’t always mean that it should. That’s just the case with many three-row crossover and SUV vehicles. They’re advertised as seven-seat vehicles, which sounds like enough room for your entire family—plus maybe the dog and a few suitcases.
Bigger isn’t always better. Case in point: the 2017 Nissan Titan, which the IIHS says struggled in the agency’s demanding small overlap frontal crash test.
BMW’s bread-and-butter model has been thoroughly redesigned for 2017, which helps the brand chart a new course going forward.
From Motor Authority:
Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] has finally revealed some of the performance specs for its new GT supercar.
Vehicle personalization is all the rage these days and Audi has developed a new technique for painted surfaces that could take off in a big way.
We got a preview of it at the 2017 Detroit auto show in the form of a concept and now some prototypes for Audi’s upcoming Q8 have been spotted.
From Green Car Reports:
At the end of 2015, BMW and Nissan announced that the two companies had partnered to fund the installation of 120 DC fast-charging stations for electric cars across 19 states.
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, believes diesels will allow the company to meet future, tougher fuel-economy standards.
Wireless charging for electric cars has been discussed for some time, but at last it is close to becoming a more realistic option for drivers.