Los Angeles Auto Show
As cars slide, Toyota leans inDec. 3
In a market that's tilted 70-30 toward light trucks, why does Toyota bother to invest in cars? Because in that smaller market, Toyota is a giant. And it has even more elbow room now that the Detroit 3 have decided to vacate several car segments.
Byton bullish about 2019 electric SUV productionDec. 3
In many ways, the story of Byton sounds like so many fledgling automotive companies backed by Chinese investors. The company has outlined grand plans to reinvent traditional business models. It has pinned its fortunes on an electric powertrain.
HITS & MISSESDec. 2
Lincoln uses just a touch of blue to mark its plug-inDec. 3
Meet Hyundai, the truckmakerDec. 3
Charging ahead in L.A.Dec. 2
Automakers apparently made a pact that if a concept was being shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show this year, it had to be electric. Here's a look at those select few concepts that made their show debuts last week.
Volvo picks Polestar 2 to debut embedded Google AndroidNov. 29
Hyundai fortifies top of light truck lineup with PalisadeNov. 28
The Palisade is the latest addition to Hyundai's campaign to rework its car-heavy lineup with a batch of new, redesigned or freshened light trucks. Hyundai's biggest utility vehicle to date, the Palisade rides on a new chassis, goes on sale next summer and will be produced in Ulsan, Korea.