Aston Martin Joins the Club, Debuts DBX Luxury Ute

Aston Martin Joins the Club, Debuts DBX Luxury Ute

Every high-priced automaker that’s any high-priced automaker has a luxury ute in its line-up. Aston Martin just joined that group as its long-awaited DBX rolled off the assembly line in Wales. Luxury and sport car makers have been adding SUVs to their portfolios for...
First Drive: 2021 Cadillac CT4-V

First Drive: 2021 Cadillac CT4-V

Cadillac is on a journey of reinvention, albeit one that has lasted for nearly two decades. We’ve seen the automaker struggle to find the precise design formula, the right powertrain line-up, the right model mix and, of late, even the right product nomenclature. It’s...
Mercedes-Benz Takes Stake in Chinese EV Battery Maker

Mercedes-Benz Takes Stake in Chinese EV Battery Maker

Mercedes-Benz is pushing ahead with what the company describes as its “electric first” strategy by taking an equity stake in a Chinese maker of battery cells – Farasis Energy. The announcement of the new partnership represents another “important milestone towards...
GM EV Program Charging Ahead Despite Pandemic

GM EV Program Charging Ahead Despite Pandemic

The auto industry has taken a hard hit from the coronavirus pandemic, sales plunging to recession levels, production disrupted and as many as a third of the products originally scheduled to debut this year pushed back, some into 2021. The Cadillac Lyriq, the luxury...
Lincoln Dropping Continental

Lincoln Dropping Continental

Four years after reviving the once-legendary nameplate, Lincoln is again abandoning the Continental, a victim of the ongoing shift from sedans and coupes to SUVs and CUVs. The decision to drop the Continental follows the move by the sibling Ford brand to eliminate all...
Bentley Unwraps Updated 2021 Bentayga

Bentley Unwraps Updated 2021 Bentayga

We’ve been seeing a series of significant changes coming from the house of the Flying B of late, Bentley just last week finishing up production of its flagship Mulsanne saloon car, as the British prefer to call it. Now, the ultra-premium automaker is rolling out a...
Organizers Scrub 2021 Geneva Motor Show

Organizers Scrub 2021 Geneva Motor Show

There will be no Geneva International Motor Show next year, organizers pointing to concerns that the coronavirus pandemic could drag on into 2021. The annual Swiss gathering was the first car show of the year to be canceled due to the eruption of the coronavirus...