U.S. auto manufacturers reported a seventh consecutive month of year-over-year sales declines on Tuesday, but the outlook may not be as dire as the numbers indicate: Car companies are meanwhile shifting their business toward a more profitable mix of models, customers, and incentives as the industry enters the “post-peak era.” [Read more…] about U.S. Auto Sales Keep Falling, But The Industry’s Health Is Improving
Volkswagen’s all-electric, self-driving twist on the 1960s hippie van, the I.D. Buzz, was named 2017 Concept Truck of the Year, giving momentum to the automaker’s revamped electrification strategy as it strives to distance itself from its Dieselgate emissions scandal. [Read more…] about Volkswagen’s Microbus Of The Future Wins Concept Truck Of The Year Award
Infiniti, the smallest mainstream luxury car brand in the U.S., is making a play to snag customers from the likes of BMW and Lexus with a renewed focus on its longtime bestseller, the Q50 compact sedan. [Read more…] about Infiniti’s Bestselling Q50 Sedan Fights Rivals On Two Fronts: Power and Price
Travelers planning road trips in the U.S. this summer may want to rethink their route now that Crossing.us, a new search engine launched in time for the travel season, finds novelty intersections across America. [Read more…] about A New Search Engine Finds Quirky Intersections Across The U.S.
Buyers torn between the practicality of a sedan or SUV and the allure of a convertible no longer need to sacrifice. The latest convertible from Mercedes-Benz, the 2018 E-Class Cabriolet, has enough bells and whistles to cruise year-round. [Read more…] about Mercedes-Benz Debuts The 2018 E-Class Cabriolet, A Convertible For All Seasons
Sales of trucks, SUVs, and crossovers continue to bolster U.S. auto sales, which have tapered for the first half of the year. [Read more…] about U.S. Auto Sales Continue to Fall, Slipping 2 Percent For The Year