2018 Buick CascadaOct. 17
Buick added some new color options to the Cascada for the 2018 model year, including Rioja Red Metallic, Dark Moon Blue Metallic and Carrageen Metallic. Navigation is now standard and 20-inch twin-spoke black-painted wheels are standard on the 2018 Sport Touring trim.
2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEVOct. 17
The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the first mainstream plug-in hybrid electric vehicle in the midsize crossover segment in the U.S. It starts at $35,535 including shipping before any state or federal tax incentives. Mitsubishi says it will be a low volume model with sales goals of 3,000 to 4,000 a year.
Polestar 1Oct. 17
2019 Ram 1500 spy photosOct. 16
Toyota Concept i-RideOct. 16
Toyota's Concept i-Ride is a two-seat pod car meant for crowded city streets and envisioned as a personal mobility option for the elderly or handicapped. Its gull-wing doors open wide to allow easy loading and unloading of wheelchairs, and it is driven by a joystick, instead of pedals.
The best way to celebrate being a best dealershipOct. 16
Through the years: Toyota PriusOct. 10
Mercedes-Benz GLS spy photosOct. 10
Porsche EV spy photosOct. 10
Porsche has begun testing its first all-electric sedan. Spy photographers caught the car undergoing road tests near Porsche’s primary engineering center in Weissach, Germany, complete with fake tailpipes. It is based on the Mission E concept introduced at the 2015 Frankfort auto show. The car will be positioned as a Tesla Model S rival, complete with a battery pack that will reportedly provide a driving range of more than 330 miles. It is said to accelerate from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, and onto 125 mph in under 12 seconds.
All photos by BRIAN WILLIAMS/SPIEDBILDE
2018 Hyundai AccentOct. 10
Hyundai's fifth-generation Accent will drop its hatchback version when it goes on sale in the U.S. this fall. The 2018 Accent borrows design cues from the recently refreshed Sonata, shrunk down to subcompact proportions.
Toyota CenturyOct. 6
Toyota plans a hybrid third-generation Century for the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The overhaul largely keeps the old-school elegance that harkens back to its roots in 1967. Last redesigned in 1997, the latest version undergoes mostly cosmetic changes, including LED headlamps, three-dimensional taillights and a more rear-slung posture.
Toyota GR HV Sports conceptOct. 6
The GR HV Sports concept draws heavily from the Toyota 86 sporty coupe, but with a couple twists. It has a vertical array of LED headlamps, air vents in the hood and a gaping, center mounted, hexagonally-shaped single exhaust pipe. The concept gets the Toyota Hybrid System-Racing, an electrified drivetrain technology. The battery is mounted near the center of the car to improve performance handling.