A couple of weeks ago, Tesla announced a $35,000 Model 3 and the closure of its physical stores, but this week that decision has been reversed and Tesla’s prices are increasing. Tesla clearly isn’t a company afraid to change its
Porsche Is Giving Their Dealerships the ‘Disneyland’ Treatment, and It’s a Great Lesson in Adapting to Consumer Trends
As the auto-buying industry evolves, the German carmaker is turning a visit to the dealer into an immersive, interactive experience. Porsche is shaking up the traditional auto dealership experience — in which customers visit only to purchase or service vehicles — with
utonomous vehicles will kill your dreaded commute — that is, if you’re not too nervous to let them. Stop me if you’ve had this fantasy: You’re sitting in the front seat of your car as it speeds down a highway,
The cheapest option is now Long Range, which received a price drop, but still ends up costing more than the Standard Range models did by a few thousand dollars. There’s both good and bad news if you’re planning to buy
The Next-Generation Corvette Is Radically Different. Here’s What Led GM President Mark Reuss to Revamp an Icon.
The first mid-engine Corvette in the sports car’s more than 65-year history was revealed on Thursday. When it came time for Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter to convince General Motors execs that the eighth generation of the iconic sports car needed a mid-engine
Between electric vehicles, self-driving technology and all-new segments emerging at nearly every auto show, the car industry will likely change more in the next five years than it has in the last 50. Japanese behemoths like Honda and Toyota, of course, are determined
Electric cars are nothing new: From lever-powered hybrids to generator-towing luxury cars, we’ve tracked their progress for nearly a centurty It’s shaping up to be a big year for electric cars, with Chevrolet’s Volt and Nissan’s Leaf due before 2010 draws to a close.