The 2017 Ford Escape has been completely redesigned with new engines and a new look. But the vehicle’s built around driver-aiding technology, and in particular, your phone.
Tesla took the wraps off its next big thing last week—the Model X. It’s an all-electric crossover with ridiculous rear doors and enough horsepower to scoot from 0-60 faster than a Ferrari FF. And I’m majorly underwhelmed.
The first owners are finally taking delivery of the gull-door’d electric crossover they’ve been waiting about three years for: the Tesla Model X. Here’s what we learned from a close look and a quick spin around the parking lot.
The ICON Bronco is a praise the lord beautiful vintage SUV that prides itself on its attention to design. ICON scours around for old Broncos and then strips it down, reverse engineers it and makes it better than it ever was. Look how gorgeous these SUVs are.
We've all seen these ridiculously-equipped SUVs designed for the one percent before. They're full of stained wood accents, plush leather seating, and everything from big-screen TVs to coffee makers. But this is the first time we've seen one with a full-on exercise machine inside.
How many airbags can car manufacturers stuff into their vehicles? Trick question! When it comes to my safety during rare automobile accident, the only correct answer is "whatever it takes to produce an impervious airbag marshmallow around my person."
Click to viewSure, there's a lot more to test driving the car than the view from the driver's seat. But it's still pretty amazing that Mitsubishi will let you control a 2011 Outlander Sport, on a closed course, from your home.
In May, Toyota stated its intention to invest $50 million in electric car maker Tesla Motors. Today, the companies announced that Tesla will produce an electric version of the Rav4 SUV for Toyota in 2012.
Hands up who had one of those wooden Labyrinths round which you had to maneuver a silver marble without dropping it down a hole or biting your tongue off in the process? Knowing just how powerful a marketing tool nostalgia can be, Nissan has used the concept for the commercial for their new Rogue SUV. [TokyoMango]