The 2019 Lexus UX is the automaker’s first foray into subcompact luxury crossover SUVs and it’s surprisingly tardy. Rivals from BMW and Mercedes-Benz like the X1 and GLA have been around for years.
Last week, President Donald Trump announced a plan to place tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Some car companies that assemble vehicles in the U.S. have responded negatively to the proposal—which sent automaker stocks tumbling on its own.
Toyota said last week that it will invest billions into creating a new, wholly-owned company devoted exclusively to researching and developing self-driving cars
From Motor Authority
The long road to the reveal of a new Toyota Supra is almost over.
Land Rover’s Range Rover has received the coupe treatment. We’re not talking about a coupe-like model here but a proper 2-door. It’s a limited-edition SUV dubbed the Range Rover SV Coupe, and Land Rover is offering it at a starting price of $295,000. Just 999 are planned for worldwide sale.
From Green Car Reports
The storied British brand Lagonda has been owned for half a century by the tiny maker Aston Martin, best known globally for its connection to James Bond, Agent 007.
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace, the brand’s first-ever production electric car, made its debut last Thursday before the Geneva auto show.
This week’s Geneva auto show has seen lots of news about new electric cars, but almost all of them come from luxury brands.