Harley-Davidson Finally, Finally Releases The Livewire

Harley-Davidson has been teasing its first electric motorcycle, the Livewire, since dinosaurs roamed the earth. We first rode it way back in 2014. It featured prominently in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but seemed as much a part of Marvel's fantasy world as the superheroes themselves. Harley has been teasing us about the Livewire for at least five years now, showing...

The Lincoln Continental Has Suicide Doors Again

Suicide doors are back on the Lincoln Continental. Okay, so Lincoln isn't calling them that—the term was deemed to be not "on brand"—but the luxury-car company has announced a run of special conversions with reverse-hinged rear doors it's dubbed the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition.Just 80 examples will be produced for 2019 as an homage to...

GAC’s Entranze concept is a slick EV with room for seven

China's GAC Motor first made its main-floor debut at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. Now, in its third year, the automaker came to Detroit to show off a brand new concept.GAC Motor on Monday unveiled its Entranze EV concept at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. Loaded with the kind of tech you expect in a...

Six Secrets of the 2020 Toyota Supra

Immediately after the sheet dropped on the all-new fifth-generation Supra, we caught up with several key Toyota personnel responsible for the development and validation of Akio Toyoda's pet project and the company's flagship sports car.As we profiled in Chris Walton's detailed First Look, the all-new fifth-generation 2020 Toyota Supra has a body made up of a mix of aluminum...

China’s GAC Motor Debuts Electric People-Mover Concept in Detroit

GAC Motor, China's fifth largest automaker by volume, is keen on selling vehicles in the U.S. Last year, it got one step closer to its goal by opening a new design studio in California. Now, the automaker is showing off its first concept birthed from the studio, a seven-passenger EV known as the Entranze.Like...

Charged Up The EVs of the 2019 Detroit Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show in Detroit isn't generally a hotbed of battery-powered vehicles; automakers tend to lean toward debuting new EVs at the Los Angeles auto show, owing to the vehicles' popularity there and California's mandate for zero-emissions vehicles. But this year's Detroit show was different, with the city playing host to...

The Race Cars of the 2019 Detroit Auto Show

New production and concept cars dominate auto shows, but most such expositions feature competition cars sprinkled across the convention-center floor. The 2019 Detroit International Auto Show was no different, with multiple racing categories represented by some of the coolest machines from around the globe. We rounded up the group so you don't have to...

Detroit auto show’s shift to June a risky, bold move. Will it work?

When the Detroit auto show shifts to June next year, it will be …A) A good thing B) bad thing C) an opportunity D) risk.Or a big unknown.Before the public has had a chance to descend on Cobo Center beginning Saturday for the final January staging of the North American International Auto Show, the...

2019 Detroit Auto Show Hits, Misses, and Revelations

DETROIT, Michigan—Thirty years after Toyota launched Lexus and Nissan introduced Infiniti here, and 27 years after Chrysler smashed Cobo Hall's front windows with the 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the North American International Auto Show is done with January. The reviews from jaded auto journos are mixed, and the press-day crowds were down despite Toyota and China's...

The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Delivers on Its Promises

Here's the scoop in a nutshell: The five-passenger Hyundai Santa Fe crossover is thoroughly redesigned for 2019. It's no longer called Santa Fe Sport, either, a nomenclature change made just as the larger three-row Santa Fe XL based on the previous model prepares to give way to the all-new Palisade for 2020. Oh, and there's this: The new...

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