The future of the BMW i3 has taken an unexpected twist in that the Munich based automaker’s new CEO has voiced support for its first electric model to continue for a second generation. Last month, BMW Management Board Member of Sales and Marketing, Pieter Nota, was quoted by the Financial Times as saying that the…

New model has a sleeker body, which also jettisons the controversial front-end design introduced with the most recent facelift. The exterior of the next-generation Skoda Octavia has been accidentally revealed via a faulty online configurator a few weeks ahead of its official debut. UPDATE, 22/10/19: We’ve added a new image from the online configurator which…

Cars.com graphic by Melissa Galicia Vega Editor’s note: This Car Seat Check was written in February 2019 about the 2019 Honda Pilot. Little of substance has changed with this year’s model. See what’s new for 2020 or check out a side-by-side comparison of the two model years. The verdict:  Honda has two capable family haulers in…

Spy photographers have gotten a closer look at the 2020 BMW M4 Convertible. The wild BMW M4 Convertible has been captured near its natural habitat, the Nürburgring. If you’re looking to see if the Concept 4’s controversial grille is there, don’t bother. The folks at BMW have heavily camouflaged the front-end of the hi-po convertible.…

GM Defense is General Motors’ wing that makes military vehicles. The company has some impeccable vehicles that cater to the needs of troops, and now, it has come out with a new prototype for an Infantry Squad Vehicle. This prototype is based on the Chevy Colorado ZR2, and the company has customized the truck as…

PSA is taking up the (battery-powered) torch in electric vans with an expansion of its EV commercial range. PSA Group will introduce a battery-electric version of its mid-sized cargo vans, the Peugeot Expert, Citroen Jumpy and Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro. Automotive News reports the vans, which use PSA’s EMP2 platform, will be available with two different levels…

New sport-themed trim levels and sporty accessories launched in Japan – though it’s unlikely we’ll see them here. Toyota Japan has shown off a new range of GR Sport add-ons for the updated C-HR crossover, though it appears at this stage these accessories will only be available in the Japanese domestic market. Available as both…