Could be a Buick, could be a bigger Bolt-based Chevy.
A modified Hyundai Santa Fe traveled 3,603 miles across Antartica. The 1st passenger CUV to do so. This Journey completes a 100 year old trip 1st attempted by Ernest Shackleton.
The new grille, updated headlights, and tweaked front bumper on this EcoSport point to a US debut sooner rather than later. But is that the best idea?
Latest spy shots of Alfa Romeo's utility vehicle, the Stelvio.
Audi is investing in crossovers this year, and it means we'll see a new Q5 as well as a totally new Q2 before the end of the year.
Ford looks into the future of low gas prices and sees room for four new SUVs. This is what people want, Ford believes, and so that's what they'll get.
American-made Buicks sell great in China. Will a Chinese-built Buick sell well in America?
Volkswagen Group continues to experience backlash from the diesel emissions scandal, while Tesla revealed its Model X, a fully electric luxury crossover.
Our first look at the production version of Tesla’s much anticipated Model X comes via live web-stream. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
Our first look at the production version of Tesla's much anticipated Model X comes via livestream. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
Hyundai is reportedly mulling adding a luxury crossover to its lineup with a platform sourced from the Genesis. However, the project doesn't have a green light yet because of some concerns of the model's potential for success.
Hyundai Motor America's CEO thinks that the Santa Cruz pickup is months away from getting a green light for production from company headquarters in South Korea. A compact crossover might also be nearing production.
Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen says that the company's compact luxury crossover is at least four years away from hitting the market. After better establishing itself in the US, he also wants Cadillac to start appealing to Europe with some diesel models.
The Buick Envision crossover is supposed to have its big reveal on August 28 and be on display at the Chengdu Motor Show, but apparently the new midsize crossover just can't wait to meet its public. Car News China caught a completely undisguised example parking outside of the convention center where the show is held.
Now you've done it, America. A new study by IHS Automotive has revealed that American motorists are turning to the high-riding style of crossovers and sport utility vehicles more than they are traditional sedans. Through May of 2014, IHS says that SUVs and CUVs account for 36.5 percent of new vehicle registrations. Sedans, meanwhile, cover just 35.4 percent. That represents a flip-flop from the same period five years ago, when the trusty four-door occupied 36.3 percent of registrations to the SU