BLOG: Jay Ramey
Will Jaguar go EV only?
Could Jaguar become an EV-only brand? That's the strategy under consideration by company leaders, according to Autocar, one in which the longtime British luxury marque would replace its conventional vehicles with battery-electric models over the next five to seven years.
Paris auto show was a showcase for wagons, hatchbacks
Europeans still are showing some love for wagons and hatchbacks even as sales of crossovers and SUVs boom, just as in the U.S. While these models won't be arriving stateside, they attracted attention (and some wishful thinking from American enthusiasts) during the Paris auto show this month.
BLOG: Richard Truett
GM's 2.7-liter turbo engine is in the wrong truck
I'll give General Motors' new four-cylinder exactly one year in the redesigned Silverado before it fades into the Colorado and becomes a big success. A misfire of this magnitude is rare for GM these days.
BLOG: Michael Martinez
Ford's 2019 Edge ST is capable, but don't compare it to a Maserati or Porsche
When is comes to engineering and performance, Ford is convinced its first crossover to wear the ST badge stacks up favorably to luxury entries from Mercedes, Maserati and Porsche.