Luxury

What’s Going On Over At Jaguar?

Two things are causing Jaguar to bleed red ink at the moment. Brexit, that pesky unknown no one can predict, and crawling to the electrified dance. Still, the British automaker does have lots of new products ready to spring on auto enthusiasts. Jaguar looks to soon be replacing every model it currently produces. In addition, …

Electric Luxury

2020 Porsche Taycan Set to Outsell the 911

In this brave new world of auto electrification, one of the most highly anticipated 2020 cars is the Porsche Taycan. “Highly anticipated” is an understatement. Porsche just announced that 30,000 pre-orders (at $4,000 each) have already been received for the as-yet-unseen all-electric Porsche. That’s some serious demand! What’s more, as Bloomberg reports, the Taycan is set …

Luxury SUVs

2020 Cadillac XT5 First Look

The Cadillac SUV and crossover product cadence is in overdrive as the XT6, XT4, and XT5 will soon be hitting dealerships. Caught short-handed as consumer demands shift from cars to SUVs, Cadillac is playing catch-up to meet this trend, along with debuting new sedans making for exciting times at GM’s luxury flagship. With the new …

Jaguar I-Pace
Luxury

Jaguar J-Pace SUV Confirmed

Jaguar may be known for its speedy cars, but like any automaker, Jaguar is looking to bust into a new market. In this case, SUVs. It has already made some waves with its first SUV, the F-Pace, and Jaguar further added to its SUV lineup with the I-Pace and the E-Pace. Three SUVs, while great, …

Luxury

2021 Acura MDX and TLX May Have Just Leaked

For more than three decades, Acura’s luxury vehicles have appealed to drivers who are looking for safe, comfortable, and luxurious rides. Like their parent company, Honda, Acura has crafted its vehicles with sensible features that are both reliable and modern. And, as the years have passed, Acura has also kept up with vehicle trends, including …

Electric Luxury

Here’s Why BMW Chose to Slowly and Carefully Introduce Electric Cars

Although BMW got an early start on the electrification drive with cars such as the i3, it did not make the most of that lead, eventually falling behind Tesla and Mercedes-Benz in the end. Unlike competitors such as Volkswagen; which last year announced plans to produce 10 million vehicles on its electric platform, BMW chose not to jump into the deep end of …