Toyota continues to lead the way
Not that the company wanted to participate in the study that’s been helping OEMs improve their products for 34 years, though. Kia and Dodge tie for the vehicles with the fewest problems per 100 vehicles.
New survey questions turn 2020 results topsy-turvy
Yes, COVID-19 notwithstanding, there are still significant car launches happening this year
Fourteenth in a series. One could say he’s definitionally a “car guy”
The compact sport sedan from Lexus is not just track-tested, but track-developed
Limited-edition sport sedan coming this summer to a dealer near you. And there will be just 200 built.
Tenth in a series. Yes, he’s a designer. But he also likes the visceral enjoyment of driving (good-looking vehicles).
It has the landscape of several states, the population of several more and a demand for vehicles that may become more of the national norm.
Here’s a look at some of the latest in seating developments for the industry
2019 customers show solid support for OEMs with Automotive Loyalty Awards
Expanded campaign targets 7 years of production
Pony.ai lands $462 million in latest funding round and expands tests programs in California
Plenty of the vehicles on the list of the top 10 are made in the U.S. But not by the traditional companies.
Another year of surprising ups and downs
Tougher headlight criteria reduce number of Top Safety Pick+ winners
The J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study proves cars are more dependable than ever, even though they also keep getting more complicated.
Brands are forever jockeying for superiority over their rivals.
Lexus envisions lunar travel
In the middle of a long trip, motorists often feel the need to “stretch their legs” to relieve stiffness. Jaguar Land Rover is developing a seating system to help.