The $350 million infusion will help the EV startup move toward launch, while also giving Cox access to a new approach to auto retailing.
A classic Land Rover nameplate at last returns as a hunka, hunka burnin' love, with sales to begin next spring.
After an optional headlight system was fixed, the popular truck last week earned the IIHS's top safety award.
The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette's popularity means there will be a second "market adjustment" sticker at some dealerships that requires early customers to pay thousands over the suggested price. So the car could be a gravy train for some dealers. But not all of them.
Toyota is deciding the fate of several low-volume vehicles, including the large SUV. Killing it would be a mistake, especially with consumer interest soaring in go-anywhere all-terrain vehicles that can carry canoes, mountain bikes and camping gear.
The three brands are taking different roads to get to electrification.
The British SUV brand's product blitz comes amid stiff competition.
In the coming years, the brand will expand its crossover lineup, sharing underpinnings with its Land Rover stablemate, and using electric drive components developed through an agreement with Germany's BMW.
Automakers are considering a new coated material that would allow them to dispense with cockpit buttons in favor of a flat, light-emitting surface.
Thousands of chemists and lab-coat-wearing material science researchers at national labs, suppliers and automakers are rethinking the automobile at the molecular level.