Global Debut of All-New Lexus LC 500 at the 2016 NAIAS Signals Dawn of a New Era for Lexusread more
We’ve seen the images of this vehicle recently and have been told it was a technological tour de force. It is. So much so that it is now the most advanced in the model line. Wow.read more
This time last year we were introduced to the surprised reveal of the Lincoln Continental Concept. It made a huge splash and somewhat stole the show from the Cadillac CT6 announcement. We all wondered how much of the total redesign of this Continental would carry over to the production model. Well Tuesday’s reveal at the North American International Auto Show lets us see the final production model.read more
Handcrafted by Bentley’s Mulliner Division and inspired by Monster
Spectacular limited production vehicle designed to appeal to young professional athletes and musicians
Well Done Bentley
In an attempt to expand their brand line into the elevating sport utility market, Bentley finally reveals their entry. The Bentley Bentayga.read more
Whoa! Its Beautiful.
Here’s one more step towards an autonomous vehicle. The engineers at Jaguar Land Rover have given us a view of the (hopefully impending) remote controlled Land Rover.read more
The premium brand is developing a new high-resolution map materials together with competent partners. A current example of the potential of this data is the predictive efficiency assistant in the new Audi Q7*. It utilizes information about the topography to get the car to its destination with greater efficiency and convenience. High-resolution maps will also play a key role in piloted driving.read more
Lighter, Quicker and more Efficient.
The newly announced 2016 Chevrolet Volt has updated their propulsion system to provide more EV mileage, overall range, and efficiencies.
It looks like the days of the old 7-inch sealed beam headlamp are gone. sealed beam
While at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, I couldn’t help notice the exquisite details in some manufacturer’s headlights. Advances in technology has allowed them to really dress up the front end of the cars.The new advances in electronics have seen us go from sealed beams, halogen, zenon, LED and even Laser headlights.read more
BMW revealed a new key fob with a useful display and other advanced features. If you’re like me you like toys and gadgets. This is why we this year’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES) and the upcoming 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. We’ll be there bright and early with reports.read more
BMW is providing further evidence that it is a world leader in the development of Laserlight. Having already supplied its first models with Laserlight to customers, it is now presenting further laser functions for vehicles of the future.read more
We’re one step closer to having our car drop us off at the entrance to the mall and have it go and successfully park itself only to return upon our request. Tesla hinted at it earlier this past year and now BMW has taken the first steps to make this a reality.read more
Jaguar is showing their camera and projections on the vehicle “A-pillars” which eliminates that pesky blind spot. Yes that same blind spot that hides things like pedestrians in crosswalks or parking lots.read more
Cadillac late next year will add high-resolution streaming video to the function of a traditional rearview mirror, removing obstructions of passengers, headrests and the vehicle’s roof and rear pillars.
The streaming video mirror improves field of vision by an estimated 300 percent, or roughly four times greater than a standard rearview mirror.read more
Buick is known for their beautiful curves and portholes in the hood or fenders. They are also known for developing some highly stylish concepts. This year was no exception. They take my vote as the most beautiful concept at the show in the form of the Buick Avista Concept.read more
We recently spent a week out west with a Nissan Sentra. This wasn’t my first time in a Sentra, but it was the first time I spent a decent amount of time with one. Thankfully we had the opportunity to experience this mainstream model in various situations all while experiencing the west side of our country.read more
The old saying about adopting a brand new vehicle upon it’s initial release being a bad move could be right. But sometimes if you stick it out you can enjoy a reliable daily driver.read more
I believe that it’s a good thing to be open-minded. Even nature verifies this. If you are not robust and flexible or open to options in an ever-changing environment, you’re doomed. Even a mighty tree that isn’t somewhat flexible will snap in a strong wind. If we rely on one type of sustenance, we starve when the supply ends. Period.read more
…I’ve heard it mentioned before from others and I have to agree; though small on the outside, it’s surprisingly “sufficient” on the inside. I had absolutely no problems getting into and out of the car. The seating position was upright, but very comfortable. Visibility was also excellent.read more
I was surprised by the arrival of an Infiniti G25x in my driveway. Of course I couldn’t resist the opportunity to take a close look at it and rate it for the daily driver it is. I didn’t have the usual amount of time available so I hurried and took off on a nice autumn ride suitable to see if there was any glaring faults or benefits to this vehicle.read more