Ready to cross over? Never say neverJuly 24
Mercedes unveils its take on classic pickupJuly 24
The X class, Mercedes' first pickup, will hit dealerships in Germany starting in November and will then be rolled out to South Africa, Australia and New Zealand in 2018 and Latin America the following year. There are no plans for the U.S.
JLR's Project 8: It's all about aerodynamicsJuly 24
Ford juices up 2018 Mustang with optional 'drag strip' modeJuly 24
First Shift: Amid EU cartel probe, a denial from BMWJuly 24
This Ford F-150 will be in hot pursuitJuly 24
Ford's F-150 police pickup packs 375 hpJuly 20
Overhaul steers Buick toward crossoversJuly 24
Cadillac's product blitz is coming — laterJuly 24
GM rolls into high-profit product phaseJuly 24
Chevy and GMC aim for market's sweet spotsJuly 24
Cadillac plays waiting game until 2018July 18, 2016
Cadillac and its dealers have a painfully long wait as a slew of new models grind their way through GM's development process. There is nothing on the horizon until mid-2018, when a new compact crossover should arrive, the first of at least four new entries.