BLOG: Hannah Lutz
Ford Fusion was the right car at the wrong time.
I'm concerned about the messages portrayed in Automotive News of late. Journalism should look at both sides of an issue and present it so the reader may form their own opinion.
Jeep Grand Cherokee crash test results discourage trade-in.
Caution about the outlook for U.S. new-vehicle sales may be warranted, but overall conditions remain sound. Let's not worry ourselves into a slump.
The Transportation Electrification Accord should have been created 20 years ago, but those who couldn't understand the future kept citing erroneous, obsolete or irrelevant economics -- and wasted valuable time.
As society continues to push for greater vehicle electrification, it becomes even more important to remember that individual consumers' vehicular needs can vary significantly depending on where they live and how they use their vehicles.
Tesla and General Motors took on significant risk by getting ahead of the industry with electrified vehicles. They shouldn't be penalized for being first.