Hyundai’s luxury brand, Genesis has officially revealed its first SUV, the GV80.
Cadillac’s largest SUV is getting an upgrade in a big way thanks to a 38-inch curved OLED display for the 2021 model year.
BMW has announced that starting in mid-2020, they’ll be offering Android Auto in their vehicles.
Throughout its 20-plus year history, Mercedes-Benz’s A-Class has been the company’s smallest and cheapest car that didn’t live up to the luxury standards that Mercedes has been known for.
Tesla has taken the wraps off its all-electric Cybertruck which is a departure from the company’s electric SUVs and cars.
At the LA Auto Show 2019, Kia has announced the all-new Seltos which is the company’s entry SUV.
Since it’s introduction back in 2007, the Ford Edge has gone through a number of changes but the biggest came with the 2019 model year.
Ford has announced the version of their vehicle infotainment platform, called Sync 4.
Just as phones are getting smarter, so are vehicles, that’s why Hyundai has announced that they are working on a new Smart Cruise Control technology that uses machine learning.