Subaru aims to stoke demand by making the next Crosstrek more of a driver's vehicle. Ride comfort, body rigidity, braking, steering and noise reduction all see upgrades.
The rollout makes good on a promise to resurrect the blade-twirling powerplant after retiring the technology with the discontinued RX-8 in 2012.
The product surge comes as Mazda repositions its lineup toward the hot-selling utility vehicle segment and tries to move upmarket with bigger, more powerful offerings.
The Nissan Ariya electric crossover has been a long time coming to market. But Automotive News finally got a test drive in Japan.
The crossover, on sale in U.S. and globally in mid-2022, will kick off a wave of seven bZ-badged EVs planned by 2025.
The Solterra, Subaru's first global EV, offers the brand's trademark all-wheel-drive setup. But on the outside, it shares a lot with Toyota.
The new RZ crossover propels Lexus into the all-electric age as a driver's EV that focuses on responsive driving dynamics as well as everyday utility.
The fifth-generation Lexus RX repackages the top-selling nameplate on a new platform with four new drivetrains that Lexus says will make it as fun as it is practical to drive.
Lexus' new high-tech yoke steer-by-wire system will be optioned in the upcoming RZ all-electric crossover and offered to U.S. drivers.
The automaker is making up for lost time in its newest EV spending plan. But it's still playing it safe on its long-range outlook.