With the holidays heating up we get that you don’t have time to browse your favorite automotive websites (we’re at the top of that list, right?). That’s why we’ve rounded up all the news you really need to know in one post that you can easily digest. Take a quick look at the article summaries below and click through to the full article should something pique your interest.
The 2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain Concept is a Snowy Sasquatch
It’s been unseasonably warm in our neck of the woods, but when the snow finally does fall, we know what vehicle we want to have: the 2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain Concept. Why have wheels when you can have Mattracks 150-Series tracks with 16 inches of contact patch beneath each tread? Pair that with a whole bunch of other Snowy goodies and you have the ultimate winter weather pickup.
The 2019 Infiniti QX50 Gets Redone in a Big Way
The Los Angeles Auto Show certainly had some gems. The 2019 Infiniti QX50 was one of them It gets a variable compression turbocharged engine, a new front-wheel-drive/all-wheel-drive platform, and the fancy-shmancy ProPilot assist technology that also appears in the new Nissan Leaf. Oh, and it looks good, too.
The 2017 Chevy Corvette Z06 Gets Price Slashed by a Whopping $9,107
Chevrolet’s Corvette Z06 is without a doubt America’s best mass-produced sports car and when you look at its competition, the thing is really very affordable. Still, it costs a pretty penny for the Average Joe. That said, the average man is now just a little closer to owning one now that Chevy has cut the car’s price by over $9,000 to boost sales. If you were considering this car, now is the time to buy.
The New Subaru Ascent 3-Row Crossover Goes Big and Bold For the Brand
Subaru’s big Ascent is taking on all the more well-established, three-row SUVs and crossovers out on the road. The Ascent appears to have all the needed elements needed to be successful. Subie may be a little late to the big vehicle game, but the details of the Ascent has us thinking that the brand could climb to the top of the heap fairly soon.
The Volkswagen I.D. Crozz EV is Another Chopped Crossover
VW needs to atone for its Dieselgate debacle. It seems the company plans to do this through a line of electric cars. The first one that will come to the U.S. is the I.D. Crozz. It’s a small crossover vehicle with about a 300-mile battery range. We’re not looking forward to more crossovers, but we’d love it if VW’s EV was shockingly good.
Tesla’s Hurried Approach is Clearly Hurting Them
Tesla production has fallen behind schedule, and the company is rushing to build cars. Its quality seems to be suffering as a result. Apparently, about 90 percent of Model S and Model X come off the assembly line with defects. From there Tesla has to fix those errors. Will this spell disaster for the company down the line?
Everything Should Know About the 2018 Jeep Wrangler
The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler made its glorious debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. It is as rugged and capable as ever, but also comes with some fantastic technology features including an optional 8.4-inch touchscreen and FCA’s Uconnect infotainment system. Finally, the Wrangler enters the modern age.