Nissan continues its EV full court press with an ambitious, all-electric vehicle called Leaf that will be available in 2010. We tested the original EV-02 prototype of this car last year. And now, we've spent some time behind the wheel of a newer model in Japan.
Every summer, auto execs land in a small Michigan resort town for the Center of Automotive Research's Management Briefing seminars. This year, one of the most anticipated speakers was Akio Toyoda, the recently named President of Toyota.
The 2010 SRX that arrived earlier this year is aimed squarely at the heart of the crossover market. A battle we staged between the two left us thirsty for more thrust out of the SRX. Does the new Audi-built 2.8T motor upgrade transform Cadillac's crossover?
Acura has evolved the RDX for 2010 with styling revisions, luxury features and tech upgrades to help the company fend off the influx of new competitors from Infiniti, Audi and Volvo and retain its 34-percent market share in the compact luxury segment.
A closer look at the Corvette Stingray concept, which on the surface looks as though it could provide some design and powertrain influence for the next C7 Corvette.
Chevy has announced that the Volt will deliver an estimated 230 mpg. Other plug-in-hybrid manufacturers won't be long in announcing similarly astonishing fuel-economy numbers. But where on earth does that number come from?
Infiniti showed its next-generation M sedans-virtually. The new cars were rendered in 3D on a foam buck at an event sponsored by Infiniti and Hearst magazines at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
America gets its turn with the CTS Sport Wagon that Cadillac hopes will revitalize and grow the small market for station wagons here. In other words, it seeks to make wagons cool again. Does it?
Chevy is expanding the Corvette line once again with the new $55,720 Grand Sport. It slots beneath Chevy's top two Vettes, the ZR1 and Z06, in both price and performance, while bringing back a legendary moniker that first graced Corvette race cars in 1963.