The 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen: A case study in not judging a book by its cover If you have been watching our coverage of the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, you've probably seen this 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class that looked like it had driven through a massive mud puddle. However, according to this behind
Audi has rolled out the first redesign of the A7 Sportback, featuring a progressive design and a new, confusing nomenclature. You know, alphanumeric names for car models may make it easier for manufacturers, but it's not exactly an exciting solution, or discernable one, for that matter. We used to get great
Chinese auto manufacturer GAC Group planning 2019 entry into U.S. market GAC Group is back at this year's North American International Auto Show. The Guangzhou Automobile Company (GAC Motor) introduced a sedan and electric SUV concept in hopes of wooing American automotive press. The Chinese auto conglomerate wants to enter the U.S.
Toyota's new Avalon is the Toyota Way Perfected For eternity, Toyota has worked to incrementally improve everything it does. Case in point: The all-new 2019 Toyota Avalon sedan introduced today at NAIAS in Detroit. The new front end looks like a whale's mouth. But beyond that, we don't see a seismic break
Infiniti reveals its antidote to the boring old luxury sedan with its Q Inspiration Concept It's a sedan, but not as we know it. At least, that's what Infiniti hopes you'll think of its new Q Inspiration Concept. Unveiled at the North American International Auto Show today, Infiniti's latest sedan concept
Honda revives the Insight nameplate, in an more conventional, "upmarket" sedan This week, Honda's Insight nameplate - representing the first commercially-available hybrid in the U.S. market - returns to the fold. Back in 1999, the first-generation Insight emerged as a three-door hatchback. It sported funky, unorthodox styling and hybrid technology that