The latest installment in our series on 2014 Ward’s 10 Best Interiors features the Rolls-Royce Wraith, a car for discriminating buyers and Powerball jackpot winners. There’s no price cap for our competition, and it costs nothing to dream.
For years, Taiwan has been a reliable source of auto parts. Now, the region, and three companies in particular, are gearing up production of motors, batteries, controls, chargers, connectors and other necessary components.
The latest installment in our series on 2014 Ward’s 10 Best Interiors highlights the new Mazda3, which uses new technology, great value and snappy good looks to win the brand a second consecutive interiors trophy.
The latest installment in our series on 2014 Ward’s 10 Best Interiors features the Jeep Cherokee Limited, a well-equipped CUV with an interior that is upscale, boldly styled, comfortable and, yes, rugged.
Without homegrown automakers that compete on a world stage, how can a nation barely larger than Rhode Island become a world leader in a sector that is struggling to gain a foothold in other mature vehicle markets, such as the U.S.?
BMW is expanding annual capacity in South Carolina 50% to 450,000 vehicles to produce the all-new X7 3-row utility vehicle. Plus, the plant has begun building the new X4, which will go on sale this summer.
This bucking bronco requires a steady hand on the reins, because he will run hard – well past the stated 174 mph top speed, according to some independent tests. From a standstill, the RS 7 can giddyup to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, or less.