General Motors announced Friday the launch of its GM Dev Client--an in-vehicle testing app which gives authorized developers the ability to test their applications in an actual GM car. Interested developers can register at developer.gm.com.
Jeep is serious about modernizing the Wrangler. The next-generation model -- which is known as the JL internally -- will be optionally available with a power sliding hardtop, a first in the model's long history.
A top BMW executive recently hinted MINI's long-rumored electric car might not be built in England in the wake of Brexit. However, Reuters reports the battery-powered model will be built in Oxford, England, after all.
Volvo promises the new XC40 will be its most colorful model ever. Volvo promises the SUV will offer "a broad selection of possible color combinations range from a solid, monochromatic theme, to dual compositions in vivid colors that lends themselves to self-expression." The interior will "deliver a truly youthful and premium feel."
The latest Subaru Impreza is about $140 more expensive for its second model year on the market. It receives a feature that turns the headlights on automatically when the wipers are activated, while Sport models equipped with a manual transmission benefit from a short-throw shifter designed by STI.
Audi wants customers and fans to experience autonomous cars. To that end, it has started offering rides in a fully-autonomous A7-based prototype named Jack on the German Autobahn. The feedback received from passengers after the hour-long trip will be incorporated into the development of the company's autonomous software.
Mercedes-Benz has built an accurate replica of the 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II. The classic race car was recreated specifically to avoid trashing the original model on the track. It will make its track debut on August 3rd during the company's Trackdays event.