Audi e-tron won't be stocked by dealers
With its reservation model, Audi aims to ensure that its e-tron electric vehicle is profitable for both dealers and the factory.
How Kia's new Telluride rumbled onto the runway
The surprise sneak peek at New York Fashion Week was another example of Kia showing up in unexpected places, such as the luxury sports sedan segment and the top tier of the industry's quality rankings.
BorgWarner CEO: Bring on the electrics
BorgWarner is reaching an enviable position for a traditional engine parts supplier -- it won't care what kind of a propulsion system a customer wants.
Refreshed Chevy Volt sings a new tune to warn pedestrians
The 2019 Chevy Volt includes a new version of an external sound feature designed to meet coming federal regulations for EVs and hybird vehicles that run quietly at low speeds.
The e-tron, arriving mid-2019, is Audi's first full-electric vehicle. It will feature awd and a 95-kWh battery, capable of achieving 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds.
Audi plans to revive Horch name on version of the A8
Mercedes-Benz resurrected Maybach a while back. Now sources say Audi will do the same with Horch.
How Aston Martin will make its EV growl
Aston Martin plans to convert the Rapide to a limited-edition electric vehicle so the company can learn how to deliver EVs to customers addicted to its trademark gasoline growl.
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Hybrid elegance for Cadillac?
Cadillac would do well to return to its brand roots of elegance as it plans for the hybrid future.
Tesla fighters, utility vehicles are a la mode in Paris
The Paris auto show marks the start of the fight back by German premium automakers against Tesla's dominance of the market for full-electric luxury vehicles. The EQC crossover will be the first of a new generation of battery-powered cars from Mercedes-Benz, while Audi's e-tron makes its auto show debut after a media unveiling last week in San Francisco.
Rolls' SUV moment arrives
Rolls-Royce's lineup in 2018 saw the addition of a new face and the redesign of an icon.
Tesla has full pipeline after slow ramp-up of Model 3
Tesla Inc's challenging Model 3 production ramp-up has pushed back output of the $35,000 base-price Standard Range version, but the company still has a full plate of updates and new products planned.
Porsche embraces wagons and crossovers
Porsche continues to venture beyond its two-door sports car portfolio.
New Maseratis will mostly have plugs
Maserati wants to grow its business in North America and believes electric vehicles are the way to make it happen.
McLaren speeds forward, plans 18 launches by '25
If it seems that there has been a rush of new McLaren product over the last 12 months or so, well, buckle up. More product is coming.
Camilleri era begins at Ferrari
Ferrari will likely be one of the last major exotic automakers to jump into the crossover/SUV pool.
Lamborghini awaits Urus surge
Lamborghini's product portfolio saw a seismic shift in 2018 with the addition of the long-awaited SUV, the Urus.
Bentayga Hybrid charts new course for Bentley
Bentley plans to have electrified variants of each model by 2025, starting with the Bentayga Hybrid in 2019.