2022 Ford Expedition cashes in, Bugatti Super Sport takes off, EV tax credit explainer: What’s New @ The Car Connection
The Timberline model appeals to off-road enthusiasts and the Stealth performance package improves on-road dynamics.
The updated 2022 RDX will be quieter inside, and it adds standard blind-spot monitors; refreshed styling takes after the larger MDX.
The refreshed Passport adds a new TrailSport trim and more rugged styling.
From Motor Authority:
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+
Bugatti is building just 30 examples of the Chiron Super Sport 300+, each priced at more than $4 million.
Nissan is out to show that its redesigned Frontier can make a great overlanding vehicle.
The smaller sibling to the three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee L will debut on September 29, and it’s coming with a plug-in hybrid option.
From Green Car Reports:
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV pre-production vehicles at Orion Township Assembly Plant, March 2016
Union-made electric vehicles could get a big push under two EV credit reform proposals; we take a look at the particulars.
The Tucson Plug-In Hybrid doesn’t quite hit the Prime’s numbers for acceleration, electric range, or mpg, but it’s lower-priced.
BMW apparently won’t be chasing the long range numbers of Tesla, Lucid, Rivian, or Mercedes, because of charging infrastructure development.