From The Car Connection: 2017 Infiniti QX30 Review
The Infiniti QX30 is one of the first volleys in an all-out assault by Nissan’s premium brand on luxury markets around the world. As well as upping sales in the U.S. and China, where it has a stronger presence, Infiniti wants to become a major player in regions like Europe.
Yes, parents: you can block Pokemon Go in your car
Depending on your perspective (and possibly, your age), Pokemon Go is either the worst trend to hit America since Car Lashes, or it’s a fantastic game that encourages sedentary teens and Millennials to get out of the house and be social.
Kia Sorento rated Top Safety Pick+ by IIHS
The addition of an optional automatic emergency braking system has elevated the Kia Sorento to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s highest crash test assessment level, Top Safety Pick+.
From Motor Authority: Koenigsegg One:1 crash is possibly ‘Ring’s most expensive
A Koenigsegg One:1 moments ago crashed on the Nürburgring. Fortunately the driver walked away unscathed, but the 1,341-horsepower hypercar looks to be a total wreck.
Mercedes-Benz unveils autonomous bus concept
Mercedes-Benz is working to bring autonomous technology to not only cars but virtually all forms of road transport. One of the most logical areas to introduce the technology is public transport.
2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster spy shots
The Aventador has been a stunning success for Lamborghini, with combined sales of all the separate variants already exceeding the 4,099-unit mark achieved by the car’s predecessor, the Murciélago.
2017 Honda Accord Hybrid, Napa Valley, California, Jul 2016
From Green Car Reports: 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid first drive
The Honda Accord Hybrid was an impressive car when it launched as a 2014 model, but supply constraints frustrated buyers, and the hybrid mid-size sedan actually skipped the 2016 model year.
Is Toyota Prius hybrid simply passe now that plug-in cars are here?
The Toyota Prius hybrid was once the poster child for green technology, even a status symbol for environmentally-conscious celebrities.
Tesla cancels guaranteed-price buyback program for electric cars
As of July 1, Tesla no longer offers its guaranteed buyback program for electric cars. The program was launched in 2013 to help reassure consumers buying the then-new Model S sedan that its resale value wouldn’t plummet.