If you haven’t already heard Stellantis Group has joined the (PRODUCT)RED, making it the first multi-brand car partner. The announcement was actually made last year. I know. We are a little late on this but guess what? It’s not all too late because not only you can still buy the initiated announced automobiles, but more …
We don’t believe it has a name yet but here are the first images of Jeep’s very first all-electric SUV. Two images were published today with no further information other than the all-new electric Jeep will be launched early next year – in 2023.
We can’t believe we miss this. What you see here is the first EV, an electric SUV, from the Rolls-Royce of China, Hongqi. It went on sale in late 2020. But why the mention now? Nothing much. Because we thought it looked super cool, super Rolls-Royce-ish, and it has a very high-tech interior. So high-tech …
This is the Aston Martin DBX707, the first luxury SUV from the British sports car maker. And it has arrived staking the claim as the world’s most powerful luxury SUV. That is a bold claim but it does have the numbers to back it up.
Following the Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition, Porsche is bringing Platinum Edition treatment to select Cayenne models. Like the Panamera, the special edition of the SUV gets exclusive coordinated design elements in a satin Platinum paint finish along with extra standard equipment over the regular models.
I know it is hard to believe that Chrysler doesn’t have an electric vehicle yet. But that changes with the Chrysler Airflow Concept, the marque’s conscientious effort to show that it is working on one.
If you love the BMW iX but felt that the 516 HP isn’t enough for you or the 4.6 seconds century sprint isn’t quick enough, well, then perhaps the 2022 BMW iX M60 may tickle your fancy.
Ever look at your car and wished you could just change color as you desire? Well, with electrophoretic technology, you could as proven by the BMW iX Flow Featuring E Ink.
Of all the major automakers, only a handful have not gotten into the electric hype train. Subaru is one of them. But that changes last month when the Japanese automaker pull the wrap off its very first all-electric vehicle, an SUV called Subaru Solterra.
Volkswagen is no stranger to the SUV and its sub-segment SUV Coupe, and while it does have an electric SUV, it hasn’t had an all-electric SUV coupe yet. Well, that’s until now.