Automotive News

Kia takes wraps off Stinger

Jan. 9, 2017—Kia Motors showed off what it calls the highest performance production vehicle in the company’s history at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. At the least, the 2018 Stinger looks fast.

Alfa Romeo reveals Giulia pricing

Dec. 9, 2016—Alfa Romeo’s return to the mainstream U.S. automobile market finally has a price, and it’s about what we expected.

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An electric pickup?

Plug-in-hybrid-pickup manufacturer Workhorse will hasten work on the consumer version of its W-15 model that’s designed for corporate fleets.

Expert: Three of concept’s features desirable

The likelihood that a concept vehicle will make it onto the dealership floor is slim. Such vehicles are used more to gauge consumer reaction to their features than they are to preview an automobile that will be produced.

Aftermarket rearview cameras

For those who drive an older automobile, equipping it with an aftermarket rearview camera might not provide the same quality or performance that a factory-installed version provides.

Hydrogen cars: No chemistry

In April 2017, Toyota announced the launch of a feasibility study that will examine the performance of hydrogen-fuel-cell-vehicle (FCV) technology in heavy-duty applications. 

Auto-parts stores vs. Amazon

When the New York Post reported in January 2017 that Amazon signed contracts with several major automobile-parts manufacturers, one had to wonder whether Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, O’Reilly Auto Parts and others were destined to meet the same plight that brick-and-mortar retailers in other segments face—a substantial loss of sales, store closings or bankruptcy.

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Automotive Recalls

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