The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a fairly practical hatchback disguised as an electric crossover, but it has one surprising feature that might be unexpected for a low vehicle powered purely by batteries—it can wade through 19 inches of water. Almost 20, in fact.
The 2018 New York International Auto Show is happening right now, so if you’re in town, definitely grab a ticket and head out to the no man’s land of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center to see all the cars! Here’s what Jalopnik found while poking around the show floor during the media days.
Modern Cadillacs have some of the most aggressive and awesome front ends on any car today. They are angular and sharp and mean and wonderful. And then you get to the back of the car and it’s like all the designers just... quit work a little early.
You may have noticed the brand new 2019 Nissan Altima has a befuddling gap between the hood, headlights and front fenders. I double checked with Nissan and, yeah, apparently it’s just supposed to look like that.
Your new car is going to come with a big infotainment screen. It’s pretty much inevitable. But what we also should be doing is adding more analog clocks to our cars because analog clocks are Good.
The New York Auto Show was pretty boring, but one shining beacon of hope from the industry came from the German automakers, who decided to show up with a surprisingly diverse and exciting spectrum of car colors this year.
The Hyundai Kona Electric isn’t the first EV to have no grille. It just has the most least of a face of any of these kinds of cars.
So, when I drove the Maserati Levante for the first time last month, I thought it was pretty fast. Meaning that, I didn’t feel like it needed any more power. Maserati, clearly, disagrees with me.
Hyundai finally made Genesis its own standalone luxury brand, and while that will leave a lot of luxury car buyers wondering “What the hell is Genesis?”, it also means the company can do pretty much whatever it wants. One thing I think it should do is build this, the Genesis Essentia Concept, an electric GT car that’s…
Hey, Volkswagen! If you want us to move past the fact that you pumped a bunch of extra nitrogen dioxide into the air and tried to hide it, we need you to start making cool cars again. Sure, we love the GTI, but we’re talking more cool cars. Like the Atlas Tanoak concept introduced today. That! Build that, but make…
Lots of folks are in town for the 2018 New York International Auto Show, so we decided to give them a proper welcome at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Enjoy.
If you’d said a month ago that you had no reason to be excited about a Toyota Corolla, I’d understand. Not anymore. Not since we learned that the 2019 Corolla hatchback with a six-speed manual was coming. Here’s why it’s important.
Many people have challenged the design team at Jaguar for slapping the corporate face on the innovative new Jaguar I-Pace, claiming it doesn’t need a grille if it’s electric. Jaguar wanted to set the record straight at the New York Auto Show, and it turns out the grille actually serves two vital functions.
Nobody bought the last Kia K900, but for reasons beyond me, Kia went ahead and made a new one. It’s a full-size luxury car with Kia’s charming 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 out of the wonderful Stinger. I just still don’t know why.
The 2019 Subaru Forester is here, and it is large. Subaru calls it the roomiest, most capable and quietest Forester to date, in case the children break the noise-canceling headphones they stick in their iPads immediately after getting in. It’s also up a full 12 horsepower from base last year, but won’t come with a…
It seems like every pickup truck has some sort of gimmick these days. The GMC Sierra has the six-way tailgate, the Honda Ridgeline has a cubby in the bed floor, the F-150 has stowable loading ramps, etc. But the new Volkswagan Atlas Tanoak concept, revealed at the New York Auto Show today, has a cool feature unique to…
It’s been a while since America’s golden shores have received a Volkswagen pickup. While we pine over the loss of the original Volkswagen Rabbit Pickup, much of the rest of the world enjoys the glories of the Volkswagen Amarok. But today, that begins to change. This is the Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak.
We live in exciting times: The new Nissan Altima is replacing its big 3.5-liter V6 for a 2.5-liter four, and it’s making up the difference not just with a turbo but also with a 2.0-liter variable compression engine.