Well, folks, the first week of 2021 is officially in the books. There'sin the world right now, but the automotive industry had its own set of big stories over the past seven days. Here's a look at everything you might've missed.
An Aston Martin SUV might seem crazy, but from a business standpoint, it's the most important product the company's launched in a really long time. The DBX has the power to bring people into the Aston Martin brand who might not have otherwise considered the British marque. Lucky for them, the DBX is super good.
The Kicks is one of Nissan's least expensive cars, but there's nothing cheap about it. In fact, the subcompact crossover has plenty to like, from its quirky styling, great audio system and halfway decent driving manners. If it's a small, economical car you're after, there are a lot of reasons to check out the Kicks.
When is a BMW M5 not an M5? When it's an M550i xDrive. This V8-powered 5 Series is 90% of the car the hotter M5 is but costs tens of thousands of dollars less. As far as we're concerned, it's the M-badged 5er we'd want to drive every day.
- : Jeep's bread-and-butter SUV finally gets a third row of seats.
- : Check out the huge infotainment system that'll go into Mercedes' new electric cars.
- : Here's our best look yet at Ford's new truck that'll slot below the Ranger.
- : The company rebrands with a new, EV-inspired logo.
- : This restomod Porsche 911 manufacturer teams up with Richard Tuthill for a super cool rally-ready machine.
- : Expect the special-edition SUV to launch in 2022.
Take a closer look at the ins and outs of the brand-new Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Mercedes-Benz's upcoming electric vehicles will have a 56-inch screen front and center in cabin. Here's everything we know about the new Hyperscreen.
Porsche makes great sports cars. Porsche makes great hybrids. The two worlds combine in one of the updated Panamera models.