Everybody's getting in the game.
Detroit Auto Show
An all-new Ram pickup has to fit in with the heritage of the vehicle.
Far less polarizing than before.
After several years studying abroad, the Ford Ranger is finally coming home to the States, more capable and more refined than ever. This isn't just a rehash of the same old formula. Ford is bringing the midsize Ranger sold in the rest of the world since 2011 to us. Since the return was announced last year, there's been a ton of speculation about the truck. Well, here it is in all its glory. (Meanwhile, we couldn't wait for the new Ford Ranger, so we went to New Zealand to drive one.)
It plans a gasoline-powered SUV for the U.S. but unveiled an electric crossover with no side windows.
Like a rock. A big, steel rock. With some aluminum. And a diesel engine. 2018 is going to be a big year for Chevrolet. To help kick off the 100th anniversary of GM trucks, the automaker revealed the full details of the all-new 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 just ahead of the Detroit Auto Show.
A simple, elegant palate cleanser for complicated technologies.
Learn more about the technology, and what it means for the future of Lexus and Toyota.
By 2025, BMW is planning to offer 25 electrified models.
Hyundai introduces the 2019 Veloster, with massaged sheetmetal, a brand new interior, and more power for the base model.
It's coming to dealers late this year.
We'll take another look when more info is available.
Kia is aiming for 35 mpg overall.
It closely presages the production version, which comes out midyear.