The Toyota i-Road ultra-compact three-wheeled electric car will enter a trial car sharing service via Japan’s Park24 starting in April, according to Toyota.
The new McLaren 675LT will debut at Geneva with blistering performance: 0 to 62 MPH in 2.9 seconds and 0 to 124 MPH in 7.9 seconds.
I was never big on selecting different drive modes. The wealth of selections on some cars can be overwhelming. Not so on the 2015 MINI Cooper S, thankfully.
The newest MINI Cooper S came to visit us with — unfortunately — an automatic transmission. But even that feature didn’t disappoint us too much.
The 2016 Audi Q7 reportedly is the first-ever vehicle to be honored with the “Best Designed Interior” award at North American International Auto Show.
Compared to many cars I drive as part of my job, the Nissan cube is not a tech-head’s dream. But it fits my family so well, we bought it twice. Here’s why:
The Chevy Bolt boasts a range of 200 miles. But is there more to it, or is it just a Sonic with no engine and a big-ass battery pack in its place?
GM Director of Global Battery Systems Bill Wallace reportedly said the automaker behind the Chevy Volt is not interested in Tesla Motors’ open patents.
How does a turbocharged GT86 — the Subaru BRZ’s Toyota twin — stack up against the likes of a McLaren and Ferrari? Better than you’d probably expect.
The 2016 Honda Pilot SUV showed its redesign at Chicago Auto Show this year promising class-leading safety, fuel efficiency, and a host of new technologies.
When the newly redesigned Hyundai Genesis is this good, it’s almost capable of making one think twice of purchasing the more expensive Hyundai Equus.
Hybrid haters like to point out how resource-intensive hybrid batteries are, only to send them to the crusher. Toyota would like a word with the haters.