Land Rover Defender road tested, Mercedes EQA preview, Biden’s effect on EVs: What’s New @ The Car Connection
Around town, the 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 and its car-based unibody structure rides smoother and quieter than a rocky Wrangler or trundling Toyota 4Runner, earning it a TCC Rating of 6.6 out of 10.
Pricier big SUV brings a new face and a new interior.
With a TCC Rating of 6.8 out of 10, the sleek 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque offers discreet but obvious good taste in a crossover SUV.
From Motor Authority:
The EQA isn’t a hatch as originally envisaged but a compact crossover SUV based on the second-generation GLA-Class.
Lexus could be about to get into the off-road game, a redesigned GX or LX would be just the ticket.
GM could be close to announcing a self-driving feature that doesn’t require any monitoring from the driver.
From Green Car Reports:
Joe Biden in C2 Corvette – campaign video
President-elect Joe Biden could do a lot of good in greening the grid and the nation’s vehicle fleet.
The base version of the Porsche Taycan electric car will arrive in spring 2021, effectively about $3,000 above the Tesla Model S. Driving range is TBA.
Although EV sales increased 50%, a massive shift to less-efficient SUVs offset any carbon reduction.