2019 LA Auto Show: Vehicle Debuts and Concepts to Watch Out ForIt all began in 1907 at Morley’s Skating Rink, where the first Los Angeles Auto Show held a 99-vehicle display. As the automotive industry grew throughout the years, the organizers were pushed to change locations. There were four location changes throughout the 1920s alone but the show continued showing success
November 04, 2019
IIHS Names Cars with Best Pedestrian Detection SystemThe test results were divided into four categories: Superior, Advanced, Basic, and No Credit. Six of the 16 brands qualified for the Superior rating, while the rest fell somewhere between the three lower-ranked categories. Unsurprisingly, luxury vehicles Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo all made it to the Superior division.
March 16, 2020
Here’s What We Know About GM’s 11 Upcoming EVs“It’s a big bet on electric vehicles,” Autotrader executive analyst Michelle Krebs told The Detroit Free Press. “GM’s in this for real.”
Among the four new Chevrolets to be released is the Bolt EUV, which is 5 inches longer than the current Bolt
March 05, 2020
Where BMW Went Wrong in AmericaThe Outback managed to sell well amid the arrival of new crossovers and is currently facing a more expensive competition in the Audi A6 Allroad. Also joining the segment is the Volvo V90 Cross Country and Mercedes-Benz, which is rumored to be thinking of raising the ride height of its
December 18, 2019
Takata Airbag Issue Far From OverBMW, so far, is the only automaker to announce which models are affected by the latest recall, but the other companies are expected to release their own lists soon.