Consumer Reports, JD Power, AAA, and the National Safety Council create a common set of terms for 19 driver-assist features. It’s about time.
Beijing postponed, Geneva cancelled, now New York’s auto show moves from mid-April to the week before Labor Day. (Well, it was available.) Not good for auto shows seeking to stay relevant.
Here’s our take on virtual Geneva 2020, which featured a wide range of mainstream, upscale, and electric vehicles, along with the occasional $150,000 to $3 million car for oil barons.
91联盟彩票登录BMW’s midsize EV coupe (with four doors) goes 370-plus miles, does 0-60 in less than 4 seconds. Look for it in 2021. A second-gen BMW i3 compact EV comes out this year.
91联盟彩票登录The Empire strikes back: GM will spend $3 billion a year on electrification, build an Ohio battery plant at an old GM factory, and announce a slew of pure EVs, including SUVs and pickups.
This year’s list features some surprises in addition to the usual suspects at the top (and bottom).
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit is great on the highway and even better off-road. (It is a Jeep.) But driver assists and storage could be better.
91联盟彩票登录A new ban on public gatherings of 1,000-plus ends Geneva days before it opens. The industry worries if Geneva’s absence hastens the departure of the traditional auto show.
91联盟彩票登录Tesla will go it alone at the Buffalo solar panel factory, Gigafactory2. Panasonic will still work with Tesla on batteries at Gigafactory1 in Nevada.
91联盟彩票登录So many things went wrong. Even so, the driver would have survived if CalTrans had been quicker to fix the safety barrier.
91联盟彩票登录The world needs EVs now. The take rate may be slow for years. But when it climbs past 10 and 20 percent, Tesla becomes the purest stock market pay in the automotive sector.
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