Automakers like to take car shows as an opportunity to investigate the competition’s wares, and show off their fancy stage displays. Some are “fancier” than others.
After two years of teasers we’ve finally met the 2017 Honda Ridgeline. We don’t have every detail yet, but I have learned that the bed is 64 inches long making it just a little bigger than the standard bed in a four-door Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Frontier or Chevy Colorado.
Lincoln finally brought us a new Continental concept last year, and we spent a fair amount of Jalopnik’s expense account tossing coins into fountains and making wishes — and it paid off! Here’s your 2017 Lincoln Continental. Say it out loud, it feels good.
We’ve known that the plucky Jeep Compass and Patriot small SUVs were going to be scrapped in favor of an all new “C-Segment” vehicle this year, but new reports out of the 2016 Detroit Auto Show are saying one of these nameplates will live on.
Of all the automotive fantasies, a Jeep Wrangler pickup truck is high on the internet’s wish list. We’ve heard rumors both ways about this before, but now The Detroit News says they have confirmation straight from Jeep’s CEO Michael Manley and his corporate overlord Sergio Marchionne.
Mercedes-Benz rolled out the new 2017 E-Class at the Detroit Auto Show, revealing an engine lineup now including a four-cylinder gasoline engine for the first time ever.
We caught wind yesterday that Buick was throwing a special party at the Detroit Auto Show for what would reportedly be a sports coupe concept around the size of the Camaro, and well, here it is — The Buick Avista concept.
Audi has completely updated every panel of the A4 sedan for 2017, though you’d be hard pressed to notice any changes at all. The biggest change you will notice is a hike in the price, with the base A4 now starting at $37,300 before destination fees.
This year’s CES trade show has been all about automotive technology, particularly autonomous and electric concept cars. Kia jumped into the game today, announcing to have a new sub-brand called Drive Wise, which will introduce a new fully autonomous cars to the streets by 2030.
Most embedded navigation systems suck, so Ford wants to give you a choice: use someone else's. Unfortunately it won't come out until next year and the only mapping app it supports so far is from Alibaba – the Chinese e-commerce company. But there is hope.
Verizon is following the lead of companies like Automatic, Dash, and Zubie, tapping into your car to provide health reports and diagnostic info. But Verizon Vehicle takes it a step further with vehicle tracking, emergency services, and even a Bluetooth speaker, making it an OnStar retrofit for your old ride.
How determined is Lexus to their sparkle-motion RC F GT3 race car? Pretty determined. Currently, testing is underway to run a car in the FIA GT3 series and a to-be-determined series in the United States in 2016. Rejoice! We could finally see evidence of Lexus not being an utter snooze close to home.
The 2016 Nissan Titan is an answer to a question we're not entirely sure needs answering. So we tied the Titan's chief product head to a chair, filled him full of genuine Thai Red Bull, and glued his palms to a laptop to tell us why Nissan's latest foray into the light-duty pickup market matters.
The 2016 Toyota Tacoma will be completely redesigned from tip to tailgate. We've seen the rear is getting a little more chiseled to take after the bigger Tundra, now it seems the grille's gone trapezoidal and the headlights are getting tighter.
GM gave a sneak peek of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt to current owners tonight in Hollywood. Photos weren't allowed, but a reader sent us this teaser pic from the announcement. Here's what we know.
Are you a journalist who wants real food instead of three days of catered bullshit? Or are you a visiting enthusiast who wants to have a good time in Detroit without being robbed? If you're in town for NAIAS, here's an honest guide to having fun outside of Cobo Hall — besides meeting the Jalopnik staff, of course.
The world's automotive media is on hand for the Detroit Auto Show, but the general public's interest in attending auto shows has been declining. What do you think would make these events more interesting and appealing?