Posts by: Dax Edwards

The 2018 Range Rover Coupe

Land Rover recently confirmed that it has plans to bring out a Range Rover SV Coupe, one that will be a full-size luxury SUV that exhibits a stylish two-door silhouette. While the carmaker has yet to reveal the vehicle’s appearance, it has released a photo of the interior, and unless Land Rover has a trick or two up its development sleeves, the car company will be making this SUV as an actua

The 2019 Ford Ranger

Ford decided to bring the Ranger back to the mid-size pickup truck market for 2019. Using a model currently for sale overseas, Ford is hoping to attract buyers who want something practical but not too big to park. The 2019 Ford Ranger features a unique ladder frame, an updated appearance and an entirely new interior. Truck buyers can choose between an extended cab or a crew cab. In addition to an

Tesla Lets Model 3 Reservation Holders Design their Cars

In March of 2016, thousands of people all over the globe flocked to Tesla locations in places like Sweden, Hong Kong, Germany, and Australia, in order to be one of the first to place a reservation on the upcoming Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle. Many people even camped out overnight in order to ensure they would get to place their reservation. These lines looked a lot like a new Apple phone had bee

The 2018 Kia Stinger

While it isn’t easy for a carmaker to introduce a new car to a well-established vehicle category, Kia managed to do so successfully with its new car called the Stinger. With the Stinger, Kia is trying its hand at designing a car for the luxury sedan crowd. Since the vehicle features sports car inspired lines and a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, car buyers searching for a luxury sedan are

Subaru Opens Investigation into Mileage Cheating

Purchasing and driving a vehicle requires that you put trust in your automobile manufacturer. You trust that your vehicle will be safe and that you are being provided with accurate information such as your vehicle's fuel economy. However, it seems that more and more automakers are falling prey to scandals. Volkswagen, Mitsubishi, and now Subaru have all recently had their names tarnished in some s

Toyota wants to Sell More Than 1 Million Electric Cars by 2030

Headquartered in Japan, Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in 1937 bt Kiichiro Toyoda. It is the 5th largest company in the world based upon revenue in October of 2016. They were the first manufacturer to produce over 10 million cars, trucks, and SUVs per year. In fact, they have done so every year since 2012. With the technology surrounding electric vehicles becoming more advanced, more and mo

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee

Compact crossovers are selling like hotcakes. This means that carmakers must be careful when it comes to making changes. The Jeep Cherokee is in this vehicle class, and it’s one of the most popular models. However, with competitors like the Toyota RAV4, Honda CRV and Ford Escape, Jeep must stay on top of its game.Since relaunching the Cherokee in 2014, the vehicle has performed well for the

Top Automotive News Stories for January 2018

Top automotive news stories in one place make it easier for the auto enthusiast and those who like to stay on top of world happenings to get their information at one stop. A couple of the top stories are listed below. Despite Emissions Test Scandal, VW Has Set a New Sales Record Despite cheating on emissions tests for millions of cars across the globe, Volkswagen hit a record number of sales in 2

The 2019 Ford Edge

The Ford Edge is one of the industry’s top-selling midsize crossover vehicles, and for the 2019 model year, the carmaker is going to give the Edge a slight facelift. Ford intends to install standard driver-assist systems in the model. The car company also plans to offer an ST performance variant, one that will replace the model’s Sport package. The 2019 Edge will have a standard 2.0-

Audi Recalls 330,000 Cars in Germany

In December of 2017, the automaker Audi, a division of Volkswagen, recalled 330,000 of their cars and crossover vehicles in Germany. The recall was issued in relation to potential electrical connection problems with the auxiliary heater, in fact, it could cause fires. Models A4, A5, A5 Cabriolet and Q5 manufactured between April of 2011 and May of 2015 were all affected by the recall. No actual