BLOG: Jay Ramey
Is Porsche plotting a Cayenne coupe?
An old automotive industry maxim holds that if one German automaker fields something, it won't be long before all others follow suit.
Big goals and bigger grille for BMW X7
After letting Mercedes dominate the large SUV segment for more than a decade, BMW aims to overtake its rival with the upcoming X7 and its dramatic front end.
Honda EV hops back in time
Honda made waves last week at the Frankfurt auto show by unveiling an electric car that at first glance appears to be a 1970s Volkswagen Rabbit.
PSA making cars for U.S. standards
PSA is engineering its next generation of vehicles to meet United States regulations, allowing vehicles produced as soon as three years from now to be part of the automaker's return to North America.
Rolls-Royce gets driver input on EVs
Rolls-Royce is canvassing opinions from customers on how a Rolls electric car should look as it develops its first plug-in model.
Bentley takes the leap to Level 3
Bentley will roll out Level 3 autonomous driving capability across its range starting two years from now, CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer said.
U.S. won't get diesel version of Cayenne
In the wake of the Volkswagen diesel scandal, Porsche will not bring the diesel-powered variant of the redesigned Cayenne midsize crossover to the U.S.
BMW: Join autonomous group now
BMW has imposed a year-end deadline for industry partners to join its autonomous vehicle alliance. It believes more carmakers will follow FCA in joining.
Honda's packs N-Box with surprises
Honda's redesigned N-Box minicar touts an improved powertrain and driver assist safety technologies to hang on to its title as Japan's No.1 minicar .
Frankfurt photo booth
A few of the most eye-catching models at this year's show. Some of them will never turn up at a dealership. And none of them will ever need to stop for gasoline.
Genesis G70 has a bit of German DNA
The first compact sedan out of Hyundai's premium Genesis brand is aiming squarely at the BMW 3 series and Mercedes C class.
Midsize coupe is next for Alfa
With three nameplates now making up Alfa Romeo's U.S. lineup, Fiat Chrysler's resurrection of the brand gets more complicated given the global decline in sedan and coupe sales.
Ram takes aim at Silverado
Ram and Chevy's Silverado are in a horse race for second place in the lucrative full-size pickup segment behind the Ford F series this year.
Fiat is freshening lineup
Fiat's U.S. lineup will be freshened over the next three years, including the 500 minicar.
Wait for Jeep pickup is almost over
A more fuel-efficient Wrangler will debut in early 2018, with a Wrangler-based pickup to follow the next year.
Dodge cars to get Ghibli platform
Dodge will put the Challenger and Charger through yet another refresh cycle. The next step will be a redesign for both models onto the platform underpinning the Maserati Ghibli.
Crossovers to pad Chrysler's lineup
Chrysler's thin product lineup will be bolstered — eventually — with a pair of crossovers while its only sedan will stay on its current platform for another cycle.