2018 was a fascinating year for car sales.
It will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
These are electric cars and plug-in hybrids that will still qualify for the full $7,500 EV tax credit in 2019.
That's pretty hot for a four-cylinder
These are the vehicles that have been discontinued after the 2018 model year. If you want one of these cars, you'd better act fast.
Highlights include a Copen coupe, Hatsune Miku-edition Move Canbus.
Small crossover or hatchback on VW's MEB platform will take entry-level EV spot.
It's not subtle, and that's the point.
The Forester gets an upgraded hybrid powertrain from STI.
We test the 2019 Toyota Prius AWD-e. If the lack of all-wheel drive has been what's kept you from enjoying the impressive efficiency of a Prius hybrid, this is the car for you.
Not a great sign for the seemingly innovative continuous variable transmission.
Some neat vans and a Civic hatch crossover join it.
The parts look prime for production.
That's the GT 63, with the 63 S even more, but consider some comparisons.
The 20-minute installment features 5 locations.
A one-year-only special-edition PT Cruiser retires in North Carolina.
It's the same price as the Chevy Bolt ... for now
The badge on the back instantly adds 15 confidencepower.