Toyota looks for a breakthrough with reworked cars
The relatively low-volume Avalon and Corolla hatchback offer a preview of stablemates that are more critical for Toyota North America: the reworked Lexus ES, which will debut this week in Beijing, and the coming Corolla sedan.
A design freeze on the biggest Defender yet
Yet another outline of the next Land Rover Defender has appeared.
It sure sounds like a 707-hp Ram to us
If FCA US isn't planning to make a production version of its Hellcat-powered Ram Rebel TRX concept ... well, it certainly fooled us.
McLaren's 720S: Check out all that luggage space
The wizards at McLaren Automotive made an interesting discovery during the lifespan of their 650S supercar: Many of the car's wealthy owners used it as a daily driver.
Developing Jaguar's I-Pace required tough choices
Wolfgang Ziebart has a pretty good idea of what a Jaguar needs to be.
Crossovers, EVs will rule Beijing show
When global automakers descend on Beijing next week for Auto China, they will be focused on two white-hot vehicle segments: crossovers and EVs.
Aeronautics, baby Navigator and better grip: What people are saying about Lincoln Aviator
Here is a roundup of initial Aviator reaction from the automotive media.
Next Defender likely to stick to boxy roots
During the opening of Jaguar Land Rover's new U.S. headquarters in Mahwah, N.J., the company peeled the curtain back just a little on the iconic off-road vehicle.
Nissan steps up hunt for more partnerships
As the "control tower" for Nissan's latest mid-term plan, Catherine Perez is open for ideas in the automaker's hunt for high-tech technology partnerships.
Honda cultivates new partners in Silicon Valley
To return to its scrappy roots, Honda is looking outside for new technologies in connectivity, robotics and automated driving.
Ford hints at next Focus ahead of Europe, China debuts
Ford's next Focus hatchback will go upscale, a teaser video shows. The Focus will be unveiled in Europe and China next week. Ford plans to export the next Focus sedan to the United States from China.
Unibody bones, Yanks and bluster: What people are saying about the VW Atlas Tanoak
Here are some snippets of reactions to the Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak concept from the automotive media.
Baby 4Runner, homely and adventure: What people are saying about '19 Toyota RAV4
Here's a roundup of initial reaction from the automotive media on the 2019 Toyota RAV4.
Who can make business case for VW pickup? Women.
Female buyers may be the key to success if Volkswagen decides to build its pickup concept.
Toyota expands RAV4 family to defend crown
The unassuming compact crossover now represents Toyota's principal weapon in an intensifying battle for sales volume, market share and brand loyalty.
The Continental will be swinging it old school
The rear-hinged suicide doors that evoke the 1961 Lincoln Continental apparently will make a comeback — part of an effort to bring some old-school pizazz to the modern Conti.
Subaru not afraid to tinker with winner in Forester
How did Subaru approach the redesign of one of its key components in the Forester? By not being afraid.