The 2017 North American International Auto Show kicked off today with the announcement of the North American Car of the Year Awards. This year the awards grew to include not just a car and truck, but also a utility vehicle. The Honda Ridgeline nabbed Truck of the Year beating out hefty competition and was also […]
Here’s the second big rusty Ford I came upon while covering the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Gotta admire the staying power of these tough old sleds, even as the tinworm makes its way through them. Let’s take a closer look.
One year ago, Lincoln showed the world the new 2017 Continental. Has it succeded or has it fallen flat?
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Michigan begins January 8th and will run through the 22nd. We will have more news from the show once it is underway, but here are some notable vehicle launches to watch for.
Flying from California to Detroit for a press event was a frigid shock; as my Bostonian editor strolled breezily in a sweater, I was parka’d up like an eskimo. They tell you to leave Northern California before it makes you soft, and it looks like I’ve missed my window.
With its new Impreza, Subaru goes further into the forefront of mainstream automotive design.
This year’s North American International Auto Show featured lots of debuts from automakers, including Ford. They showed off the 2017 Ford Fusion and a new Raptor SuperCrew, but their biggest news wasn’t even a vehicle. It was something called FordPass.
The 2017 GMC Acadia is the first of the vehicles in GM’s midsize crossover lineup. The new Acadia telegraphs changes coming for the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave in the coming years.
The Lincoln Continental was the car to see at last year’s North American International Auto Show, and this year brings the “quiet luxury” of the production version.