The Scion C-HR, the brand’s attempt at a hot hatchback to compete with the Ford Focus and Fiat 500, will be unveiled as a production model at the Detroit Auto Show after concept versions were shown at the Los Angeles and Geneva Auto Shows, according to Auto News. Scion’s choice of unveiling the production … read more
Latest Volt, Prius engineering marvels Latest Volt, Prius engineering marvels Through November, U.S. deliveries of the Prius slipped 12 percent. Pictured is the new generation Prius coming to the U.S. in early 2016. The redesigned and re-engineered Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid and Toyota Prius hybrid … read more
In an attempt to “give back”, Toyota sent out 75 Tundra trucks on their way to ‘Philabundance’, carrying no fewer than 250,000 pounds (125 tons) of food. However, the Japanese manufacturer didn’t stop there.
Philabundance is the largest hunger relief organization in the Philadelphia region, and this … read more
There are loads of hybrids on the roads these days, but the Toyota Prius is still the king of them all. Hyundai hopes to give it a run for its money with their upcoming Ioniq hybrid. These pictures show how much it looks like the car it hopes to beat.
According to Autoexpress, these spy shots show what … read more
Instrumented Test Chevrolet’s recent advertising for its Colorado mid-size pickup, which courts buyers with the tagline “You know you want a truck,” and features staged focus groups wherein truck-driving men are viewed as more datable, has zeroed in on the key purchase driver for trucks: their … read more
Hyundai has shed light on its plans to release another fuel-cell vehicle, potentially coinciding with a new hydrogen-powered model carrying a Kia badge.
After working on hydrogen powertrains for more than a decade, Hyundai opted to launch an FCV adaptation of its Tucson crossover rather than building … read more
Will it come to the US? Ever since the Toyota GT86 came out, enthusiasts around the world have been pleading for a more powerful and track-focused variant of the affordable sports car. Toyota has just previewed a special-edition track-oriented GT86 package that will be exhibited at the Toyota Auto Salon … read more
From the January 2016 issue If Apple enters the auto business, as some observers think is inevitable, it may not be its cars that matter. At least, not as much as the stores in which they are sold. The Apple Store ethos—seamless customer interaction, effortless problem solving, speedy service—has … read more
Suzuki will travel to next month’s Tokyo Auto Salon to introduce three new concepts based on existing cars.
The first show car is known as the Water Activity Concept. Based on the tiny Ignis that bowed last month at the Tokyo Motor Show, the hatchback benefits from a few extra inches of ground clearance, … read more
The Toyota GRMN 86 Concept shown last year at the Tokyo Auto Salon has morphed into a production version, called the 86 GRMN.
Before getting your hopes too high, don’t expect to see it in North America, or even in Europe, for that matter, because, for the time being, it’s limited to the Japanese market. … read more