Toyota's odd couple: Camry, C-HRMon, 13, Feb 2017
Toyota's next-generation Camry represents the upstanding citizen in the brand's lineup, albeit with a fancy make-over and a gym membership. The new C-HR crossover is the polarizing wild child crying out for attention.
Toyota C-HR to bank on design, driving dynamics to conquest customersTue, 13, Dec 2016
China's NextEV will unveil electric supercar next weekTue, 15, Nov 2016
China's NextEV will unveil its first product, a high-performance electric car, in London next week. With 1,360 hp, the supercar matches the performance of top hybrid supercars such as the La Ferrari and McLaren P1, the company says.
LG Chem expects GM to sell over 30,000 Bolts next yearTue, 18, Oct 2016
Honda keeps CR-V debut low-keyMon, 17, Oct 2016
With global debuts, Nissan makes the most of MiamiMon, 26, Sep 2016
Nissan felt the Miami International Auto Show was an ideal spot to reveal the Rogue because it's a prime market to reach Hispanic buyers. Nissan is among the leading brands for Hispanic consumers, with a market share around 12 percent among that demographic, according to IHS. The Rogue is one of Nissan's top sellers to Hispanics and in the U.S. overall.
Uber debuts self-driving vehicles in landmark Pittsburgh trialWed, 14, Sep 2016
When Pittsburgh wakes up this morning, some residents will have the choice of going about their day in an Uber that drives itself. The launch of Uber's self-driving pilot program marks the public unveiling of the company's secretive work in autonomous vehicles and the first time self-driving cars have been so freely available to the U.S. public.
NSX returns to Japan as an American hybrid importWed, 24, Aug 2016
2017 Genesis G90Mon, 15, Aug 2016
For Genesis, this is just the beginningSun, 14, Aug 2016
Genesis' general manager Erwin Raphael is fine with having just a pair of larger sedans in his arsenal for now. Until the G70 compact sport sedan kicks off a product onslaught in 18 months, he says, there's plenty of work to do shaping and preparing Hyundai's luxury brand itself.
For Nissan ads, it's now product, product, productWed, 08, Jun 2016
Nissan's newly launched national advertising campaign will beat out a single message for at least the next two years: the product. No stars. No catchy jingles. No clever story lines. And not even any humor.