We drive Jeep's overhauled icon.
Land Rover is expanding its Range Rover line with the stylish new Velar.
Mercedes makes some significant changes to its S-Class range for 2018.
Toyota and Panasonic are considering creating a joint-venture to produce prismatic batteries. They also want to collaborate on solid-state batteries, according to Autocar.
British insurance provider Direct Line is offering Tesla owners a five-percent discount when they use the brand's AutoPilot system. The company told Reuters it's encouraging use of the system while aiding research, so it presumably examines driving data.
Audi has released a Sport appearance package for the brand-new A8. It adds more muscular-looking bumpers on both ends, specific alloy wheels, and side skirts. It's an indication of which direction the company will take the next S8 in.
Top Gear recently staged an unlikely drag race: an Audi SQ7 against a Porsche Panamera. Both cars use an evolution of the same basic 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbocharged diesel, but the SQ7 benefits from an electric compressor that virtually eliminates turbo lag. It's also a lot heavier; who wins? http://bit.ly/2AE0lnb
The Fiat Punto received a zero-star rating in the Euro NCAP's crash test. "The aging supermini is outclassed by every car tested in recent history and becomes Euro NCAP's first car ever to be awarded zero stars," the NCAP wrote in a statement.
Jeep has released pricing information for the brand-new 2018 Wrangler. The base two-door Sport model starts at $26,995, a $3,000 increase over the outgoing model, while the base four-door carries a base price of $30,495. The most expensive model is the Unlimited Rubicon, which retails for $40,495. Interested? Check out our full review of the latest Wrangler.