What may be the Cherokee’s most appealing facet is its macho design. Neither a CRV nor RAV4 – or many others in the segment for that matter – will want to be trapped in a dark alley with the Jeep. This thing just screams aggressive.
The impeccably crafted and smartly engineered Cadillac CTS now deserves a place at the table alongside the Mercedes E-Class and BMW 5-Series. In fact, the CTS might be the one slicing the turkey this year....More
The third-generation CTS deserves five Michelin stars. It gets bigger. It’s more powerful and perhaps most of all, the sport sedan boasts interior styling, technology and functionality superior to any other in its class.
Forgiving a few fit-and-finish issues, the new 2-door fastback delivers a remarkable interior that caters to younger entrepreneurs. The Wraith adds an important new dimension for the iconic British luxury brand....More
Far and away, the most astounding feature of the new Wraith interior is the matte-finish Canadel paneling, made of Brazilian rosewood and named for the cove in France where Henry Royce once vacationed.
When it takes two months to build a Mulsanne – to fabricate and paint the body, to bathe the cabin in finery, to have one guy (Bob Bishop) assemble the 6.75L twin-turbo V-8 – it becomes evident why this car is insanely expensive....More
With so much drooling on about craftsmanship and comfort, it’s easy to forget the Mulsanne is, in the end, a mode of transportation, built to splash through mud puddles, not a work of art to be adored in a museum.
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.?...More
The Taiwanese government is pushing scooters with cleaner-burning engines that sell for as little as NT$50,000 ($1,659), and a small number of electric scooters can be had for similar money after government subsidies are factored in....More
Inventory of domestically made LVs is where most of March’s excess inventory exists. There could be some production slowdowns, but higher retail incentives in place in March are likely to continue in April, and possibly increase....More
Lawmakers in Brussels hope to see connected cars on European Union roads as soon as 2015. Authorities in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands already have agreed to cooperate on installing roadside communication infrastructure....More
Slightly more than 82% of respondents to a recent insurance survey said they wouldn't purchase a self-driving car. The primary objections: Safety concerns and fear the price of the vehicles would be too high....More