Nissan plans Rogue safety update, Aston Martin AMR21 revealed, Volvo’s electric path: What’s New @ The Car Connection
New crossover SUV gets a rare two-star rating for passenger-side impact protection, but Nissan promised to update the poorly performing vehicles.
The 2021 Honda Ridgeline’s unibody platform gives it big advantages in passenger comfort and ride quality over other mid-size pickups.
When it comes to the most luxurious full-size SUVs, the Lincoln Navigator has soft old-world charm while the Cadillac Escalade goes all in on new-car tech.
From Motor Authority:
2021 Aston Martin AMR21 Formula One race car
Aston Martin is returning to Formula One for the first time since 1960 and has a multiple world champion signed.
Multiple F1 race cars have been revealed ahead of the season-opening race in Bahrain.
Ferrari’s LaFerrari successor is due in two to three years, and the first test mule may have been spotted.
From Green Car Reports:
2022 Volvo C40 Recharge
Volvo Cars CTO Henrik Green outlined in an interview with GCR how the company will manage the transition from mostly hybrid to all-electric through the decade.
Ahead of the rollout of many more electric vehicles, automakers are asking for upgrades from their dealerships.
Tech advances could reduce the need for raw materials like lithium for battery packs, while oil is often overlooked as a raw material.