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Monthly Archives: October 2016

10.28.16 - 2017 Chevrolet Impala

2017 Chevrolet Impala: A Relevant Full Size Sedan

Have you noticed the disappearance of the full size sedan from much of the market? It seems many automakers are turning away from the larger models and looking toward their midsized sedan and small SUVs to carry the load. Because the SUV market has expanded

10.27.16 - 2016 Tesla Model S

Trends we Love but Didn’t Think we Would

The automotive world is a fickle industry because every automaker is working to come up with that one trend or item that would actually allow them to capture a new part of the market. When you’re known as a maker of sports cars it’s hard

10.25.16 - Atieva Atvus

A New Electric that Might take Down Tesla

Tesla gains a lot of angst as the deplorable company that challenges the status quo. This is the company that built electric vehicles with no gasoline engine and offered them with generous ranges for us to buy. Not only did they give us these cars,

10.21.16 - 2017 Toyota Prius Prime

The Sweet Spot Between

While it seems there may be a battle waging regarding what types of fuel to use to power cars going forward the fact remains that gasoline is the most convenient choice and until that changes over ninety percent of the vehicles on the road are

10.20.16 - Lyft

The Partnership that Makes Sense

Whether its autonomous driving that a company is after or the mass usage of a battery electric vehicle (BEV) the right way to find out more about what these vehicles will be used for and gathering information is to have a partner in the mobility

10.14.16 - 2017 Mini Cooper S Clubman

The Clubman Gives You More from Mini

One of the largest vehicles in the Mini lineup is the Clubman. Mini made this car with the idea that it would attract a more discerning customer than its typical Cooper model and gave it several features that aren’t offered on some of the smaller

10.11.16 - LeEco LeSee Concept

China has the Money to Lead the Way

It may be a damning statement to make, but China is putting more money into technology and development than we see in many other countries. The announcement earlier in the year was that LeSee which will be the electric sports car from LeEco will be