The Mazda CX-3 will only add to the volume of crossover sales as the Japanese automaker seeks to bring a new compact crossover to the table.
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I sat down with Hyundai’s Frank Ahrens to talk about the new HyundaiVeloster C3 (short for Convertible 3 door) Concept and their take on the future of sustainable transportation (hint, it’s wet). Designed in Southern California, with an aim at capturing more of the elusive Gen Y market that continues to elude the grasp of the world’s automakers.
Though BMW has yet to officially begin selling its i-brand of electric vehicles, the German automaker isn’t done teasing consumers with cool EV concepts. Behold the latest pure electric vehicle, the BMW i3 Coupe Concept. The i3 Coupe Concept will make its official debut later this week at the L.A. Auto Show.
Every year, the L.A. Auto Show challenges automakers and independent car designers to pen the vehicles of the future. For the year 2012, the L.A. Auto Show asked designers to draw the highway patrol car of the year 2025. Mercedes-Benz took that suggestion…and disregarded it, creating instead a hydrogen-powered off-roader for enforcement and emergency services in isolated areas.
Fiat has been bullish on re-entering the American car market, and sales of the compact Fiat 500 have been steadily gaining steam. Next up is an electric version of the Fiat 500, set to debut at the L.A. Auto Show next week as the officially-named Fiat 500e.
Toyota made waves this summer when they announced a strategic alliance with Tesla. Toyota infused $60 million into Tesla, and together the two will develop an all-electric Rav4, which will debut at the L.A. Auto Show.
For a company that rolled out one of the first hybrids in America, Honda has fallen behind in the electric vehicle race. They seem to realize this though, and will debut a new EV concept at the L.A. Auto Show. Details on what exactly this new EV concept will be are non-existent, though Honda has […]