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Ride of the Week: BMW Gives The X3 An All-Electric Update

Ride of the Week: BMW Gives The X3 An All-Electric Update

BMW’s electrification strategy is getting even more aggressive with the introduction of a new concept, the iX3. The car still resembles the gas-powered model, but a little nip and tuck gives it a more modern look and a new update to the kidney grille that merges the two elements into a singular form to indicate […]

Ride of the Week: 2018 Land Cruiser Utility Commercial

Ride of the Week: 2018 Land Cruiser Utility Commercial

While Toyota has gradually looked to transition to more electric and hybrid vehicles, they stuck to their guns in making their latest utility vehicle. Though the rather austere interior might lead some to call the design “bare bones,” when we look at the Toyota Land Cruiser Utility, all we see is muscle. The Land Cruiser […]

Ride of the Week: Chevrolet Drastically Reworks the Camaro for 2019

Ride of the Week: Chevrolet Drastically Reworks the Camaro for 2019

Chevrolet has unveiled a range of updates to its Camaro model for 2019. The major changes to the car see its front and rear ends changed, with the addition of a “flowtie” badge on the front, as well as new headlights, a massive grille, and a reshaped hood. The rear of the car also features a range of […]

Ride of the Week: Acura Reveals The Production-Ready RDX

Ride of the Week: Acura Reveals The Production-Ready RDX

Acura has revealed the production-ready RDX that signals a new era of design, performance and luxury for the premium car brand. Set for release in the middle of the year, the new RDX hasn’t really changed from the preview model shown earlier in the year, but now we know all the official features and specs […]

Ride of the Week: Cadillac Escala Concept Headed into Production

Ride of the Week: Cadillac Escala Concept Headed into Production

At the beginning of this year, Cadillac made headlines when the popular luxury automaker revealed plans to introduce its own car subscription service. As Cadillac continues to explore new territory, the longtime manufacturer has announced that the attention-grabbing Escala concept will make its way to production. Billed as Cadillac’s next major flagship vehicle, the Escala was introduced back […]

Lyft Could Launch a Monthly Subscription Service

Lyft Could Launch a Monthly Subscription Service

Carshare service Lyft is testing a new subscription service, allowing frequent users to pay a monthly fee rather than pay-per-ride. The move was revealed by the company’s CEO, Logan Green, who announced that “We are going to move the entire industry from one based on ownership to one based on subscription” at a recent press conference. Details about […]