The 2019 Ford Ranger’s optional Black Appearance Package announced Monday dresses the automaker’s new mid-size pickup truck with dark-finish wheels and exterior trim.
The 2020 Kia Telluride is a crossover SUV that uses its blocky styling to stand out in a sea of homogenous three-row family haulers.
The 2019 Audi TT is a style statement in coupe or convertible form that ranges from comfortable toy to rip-roaring mini-supercar.
2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette logos via GM-Trucks.com
From Motor Authority:
The mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette might be the single worst kept secret in automotive history.
Ford launched a rugged Ranger Raptor late last year. It’s powered by a diesel engine and only offered overseas, though there are hints we’ll eventually see something like it here, and with a gasoline engine in tow. The excitement surrounding the vehicle hasn’t gone unnoticed at Mitsubishi.
Nissan’s Z and GT-R line of sports cars both turn 50 in 2019 and the automaker will celebrate with the reveal of new 50th anniversary 370Z and GT-R models at next month’s New York International Auto Show.
2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance
From Green Car Reports:
Electric cars are supposed to be more reliable than internal combustion models. Certainly, they have a lot fewer moving parts and need a lot less lubrication.
If more power, a 226-mile range, and a $39,405 base price—before considering the full $7,500 federal EV tax credit you can still get—collectively seems like the sweet spot for the Leaf, you probably have GM to thank.
The shame of Faraday Future’s financial struggles is that it has what looks to be a viable new electric car, not just on paper, but ready to roll on the road—in prototype form—that may never actually make it to market.