GM plans to introduce it to fleets in 2019.
This on top of the likely Barrett-Jackson auction Jan. 19.
This version does not appear to be a hatchback.
It's called the Mercedes-Benz User Experience, or MBUX, and it'll go into new 2018 A-Class cars.
They may be taking this British thing too far.
Maybe Mazda should reconsider offering the Mazda2 in the U.S.
All those driving dogs must've gone on a shopping spree last year.
Here's how the BMW i3s's stability control takes full advantage of its instantaneous torque, and why it'll make its way into ICE BMWs and Minis.
Now we know what that designer meant about a "long cabin."
It's a low-key PHEV.
The trend of high-end hatches continues.