A new generation of consumers, uninterested in minivans and SUVs, are apparently waiting in the wings, and Ford thinks it has exactly what they're looking for.
The trouble with hard-top convertibles is the added weight penalty. German automakers have proven adept at counteracting the drawbacks, but sooner or later you're just going to need more power. And that's exactly what Volkswagen is doing with the Eos.
Details about the 2011 Dodge Durango are trickling out, and while we've already seen the exterior, the interior has only been teased... until now.
Also of interest:
- Chevy Volt home charger priced at $490 or nearly $2K with installation
- SEMA Preview: Fiesta to dominate Ford booth
- Mini Countryman to start at $22,350
- Shelby releases final specs on GT350 Mustang, power output ranges from fast to furious
- Maserati's baby Quattroporte coming late 2011