2022 Nissan Pathfinder tested, 2022 BMW X3 previewed, Lordstown Motors sputters: What’s New @ The Car Connection
Redesigned for the first time since 2013, the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder three-row crossover SUV sports a new look inside and out, and comes loaded with the latest convenience and safety technology.
The 2021 Toyota Sequoia has a design that dates back to 2008. It’s been updated in some important ways and its stagnated in others.
The 2022 Buick Enclave catches up to the times by making important safety features standard.
From Motor Authority:
2022 BMW X3 M Competition
BMW’s top-selling X3 small crossover has received a worthwhile round of updates.
BMW’s updated X4 benefits from revised looks inside and out, as well as some new powertrain tech.
Taking a leaf out of Tesla’s book, Jaguar continues to refine its I-Pace with annual updates.
From Green Car Reports:
Although it recently announced a slower production ramp for its Endurance electric truck, the filing indicates a more dire situation.
Two Chinese battery suppliers are reportedly being considered to make power packs for the Apple Car—in the U.S.
A new wallbox brings the charging network’s ecosystem to home charging, where EV owners typically charge 80% or more of the time