I spy, with my little eye ... the future of the automotive world here in the United States. That pretty much sums up this week's Sunday Drive, in which we pull out the most popular stories on Autoblog of the previous week and try to draw some sort of conclusion as to what binds them all together. This week, it's spy shots, starting with one of the biggest and baddest muscle cars the world has ever seen: the Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
One of these things is not like the others. And we don't mean that one is a Chevy while the rest are all from Ford. No, what we're looking at here are a bunch of performance cars, with one lone economy car thrown in for good measure.
Last week brought us quite a wide variety of automotive news nuggets, and judging by the response of our own readership, the Jeep Wrangler pickup truck led the way. It's not expected to hit the sales floor until April of 2019, which means we've all got an entire year to wait, but that just means we have lots of time to anticipate its arrival. And we do so today with a series of renderings that show what the so-called Scrambler may look like in a few different colors.
Today's look back at last week's biggest automotive stories focuses first on the Jeep Wagoneer, an unequivocal American classic. Not only did it play a pivotal role in kicking off America's current sport utility vehicle craze, it legitimized the Jeep brand in the mind of consumers looking not just for something to ably take them off the beaten path, but to do so in comfort, with the entire family along for the ride. So it comes as little surprise that Jeep decided to take one vintage Wagoneer, m
From crossovers to sportscars ... and the contents of a long-forgotten storage unit.
Comparing the newest fullsize and midsize pickup trucks, compact sedans, and a pair of Mustang coupes.
You like supercars? We offer you the mid-engine Corvette. Pickup trucks? How about the 2019 Ram 1500. A vintage bus-turned-RV? Yep, we've even got that.
Crossovers for Millennials, luxury SUVs from Germany, plug-in hybrid sedans, and future trucks.
So, you say you like horsepower?
From supercharged V8s to fancy electric motors and lithium ion batteries, last week was all about power.
The American automotive marketplace is dominated by trucks and SUVs, and so was the last week of coverage on Autoblog.
Six cars, all coming for 2019, highlight the past week in automotive news.
The week, according to Honda.
Spy shots, and teasers, and leaks, on my!
A recap of the past week's best stories.
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