Ford Expands Paid Time Off for New Parents

Wages may have stagnated, but companies know they can still curry the public’s favor by other means. Because corporations aren’t people, despite the government saying otherwise, they can’t really be good or evil. This frequently results in meaningless pandering, perplexing business decisions, or disingenuous marketing that pushes an empty moral narrative in an attempt to […]

October 2018 U.S. Auto Sales: Last Month Brought More Treats than Tricks for Most Automakers

More mainstream brands saw year-over-year rises in sales volume last month than those who endured a sojourn into the red. It will surprise exactly no one to learn those who did earn sales growth largely did so on the backs of trucks, SUVs, and crossovers. Nowhere was this more apparent than at Genesis, a brand […]

2019 Honda Civic hatchback and Type R get new infotainment and colors

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Filed under: Honda,Car Buying,Hatchback,Performance The price gets bumped a bit for the new year, too. Continue reading 2019 Honda Civic hatchback and Type R get new infotainment and colors 2019 Honda Civic hatchback and Type R get new infotainment and colors originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 01 Nov 2018 […]

2019 Hyundai Veloster N Review | Testing Hyundai's hottest hatch in America

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Filed under: Hyundai,New Car Reviews,Hatchback,Performance This ‘corner rascal’ is serious about satisfying the driver. Continue reading 2019 Hyundai Veloster N Review | Testing Hyundai’s hottest hatch in America 2019 Hyundai Veloster N Review | Testing Hyundai’s hottest hatch in America originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 01 Nov 2018 11:25:00 […]

Jaguar Land Rover undergoes $3.2 billion turnaround plan as sales slump

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Filed under: Earnings/Financials,Green,Jaguar,Land Rover,Tata,Sedan,SUV,Electric,Hybrid,Luxury Sales are off 13 percent; EVs, hybrids across lineup promised by 2020 Continue reading Jaguar Land Rover undergoes $ 3.2 billion turnaround plan as sales slump Jaguar Land Rover undergoes $ 3.2 billion turnaround plan as sales slump originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 01 Nov […]

Midterm Elections Add Ticking Clock Element to Congress’ Self-Driving Car Bill

It looks like Congress’ new self-driving bill might have to wait until a new batch of unmentionables plant their collective rear ends in the seats populating Capitol Hill. Already passed in the House, the SELF DRIVE Act has managed to garner bipartisan support — a true miracle in these troubled times. However, it’ll have to spread wings […]

VW Golf R gets the touring car treatment by APR for SEMA

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Filed under: SEMA Show,Volkswagen,Hatchback,Performance,Specialty With 536 horsepower, this widebody Golf R is ready for the track. Continue reading VW Golf R gets the touring car treatment by APR for SEMA VW Golf R gets the touring car treatment by APR for SEMA originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 31 Oct […]

Volkswagen’s Not Ruling Out an Electric Tie-up With Ford

Pretty much everything is on the table at this point. At least, that’s the way it looks to industry observers. The partnership announced between Ford and Volkswagen back in June has the potential to birth any number of outcomes — from jointly developed commercial vehicles (the initial aim), to badge-swapped overseas small cars, autonomous vehicle […]

One of the Market’s Least Expensive EVs Is Due for a Range Bump

Happen across a Hyundai Ioniq in your daily travels, and it’ll almost inevitably be a hybrid or plug-in hybrid model, not the fully electric variant. That’s because, unless you live in California, the Ioniq Electric is off limits. For now. With a range that might have once impressed and an entry price starting below $ […]

Sorry, Shoppers: October Auto Sales Expected to Slip, Along With Incentives

Analysts are projecting U.S. light vehicle sales will decline in October as incentives do the same. Could they possibly be related? While we don’t have have official figures on how much of the domestic population has a limitless supply of cash, our collective intuition suggests most do not. This leads us to believe the elevated cost […]