While President-elect Trump is focused on bringing jobs back to America the CEO of Ford Motor Co., Mark Fields, remains adamant on keeping investments in Mexico.
Trump has criticised the automaker for taking jobs away from U.S. citizens and plans on introducing a 35% tariff on all vehicle imports. Read the rest of this entry
The 2018 Toyota Camry is close to being revealed and it’s predicted Toyota will include a sportier, more aggressive model to the lineup. The base model of the 2018 Toyota Camry is expected to house the same 2.5 liter 4-cylinder engine as other years, as well as the 6-speed transmission. A more powerful 2.0 liter turbocharged engine could join the lineup or even replace the current V6 engine in more powerful models. Read the rest of this entry
U.S auto sales have declined in October leading many to believe that 2016 will fail to live up to expectations. Declines were reported across the board for the third month running, including big car makers such as Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors.
Jack Nerad, the executive market analyst for Kelley Blue Book has stated that “Sales have become harder to come by and more expensive (higher incentives) over the past few months.” Read the rest of this entry
The long awaited BMW i8 Roadster is set for production starting in 2018 according to BMW CEO, Harald Krueger, who spoke at a press conference in California last week.
The Roadster was first introduced back in 2013 when it won the Concept Car of the Year award. The Roadster is a convertible hybrid that’s expected to have even more power than the i8 series when the 2018 models finally arrive. Read the rest of this entry
After almost 25 years out of production Jeep have announced the return of the Jeep Wagoneer for 2018. While many of the details are being kept secret we do know that the Wagoneer will be marketed as a top-end luxury SUV and will probably have the price tag to match.
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Today Volvo have unveiled their latest addition to the Volvo V90 range, the V90 Cross Country. This model has been designed to provide extra ground clearance so you can make it across more rugged terrain.
Since Volvo was sold off to Chinese ownership the struggling car maker has seen record profits and sales around the world. This latest model, the Cross Country, is part of a larger $11 billion project to revive Volvo. So far it seems to be working and the V90 Cross Country comes with many top features while still being rugged enough to handle tough environments. Read the rest of this entry
Earlier I wrote about Mercedes’ plan to bring into production up to 6 electric vehicles. Now it’s been rumoured that BMW are also planning a big move to electric cars. Read the rest of this entry
The Frisker Karma was thought to be long gone after the bankruptcy of Fisker back in 2013 but the Karma is set for a relaunch very soon. In 2014 a Chinese company, Wanxiang, purchased the rights to the Frisker assets and has been working behind the scenes to bring the Karma back to life.
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German automaker Daimler is set to release at least six electric vehicles to try to grab some of Tesla’s market share and position themselves for the future. While the exact numbers and models of these electric cars are not yet known Mercedes-Benz have talked about designing two electric SUVs, two electric sedans and possibly a couple of electric compact cars. Read the rest of this entry
The Kode57 is obviously Ferrari-inspired and in fact comes from the same designer who brought us the Ferrari Enzo and the Maserati Quattroporte. His name is Ken Okuyama and he’s not afraid to bring cutting edge design to his vehicles as you can see below. Read the rest of this entry