It probably won't be used for actual police duty, but it's nice to imagine.
The comments come after a Redditor totaled his Model 3 and pointed out some things.
You're going to want to make real sure that you set that parking brake.
$875 on a partition and a mat? I love my dog, but I don't know, dude.
The electric onslaught is almost here.
That's about $5,000 more than a base Outback.
And all it took was a slight reimagining of the internal combustion engine!
The curtain will be pulled back before Geneva, but most of us will have to wait until then to see it in person.
A loss of brake fluid can greatly compromise stopping power.
I'm not an engineer, but this four-door looks pretty slippery.
Ahead of its debut in Geneva, Mercedes-AMG sent out a few more teasers of its new super-sedan being tested in the wind tunnel.
J.D. Power asked owners of 2015 model year vehicles how their cars held up over the past three years. These are the most dependable vehicles in each individual segment.
This is Lexus' seventh year in a row at the top of the rankings.
Whether it's LED headlights or a beefier engine, there's more C-Class to love this time 'round.
Oh, you actually wanted to use that backup camera? Whoopsie!
That sound you just heard was car enthusiasts around the world losing their collective mind.
It might be called Heaven's Gate, but going up a thousand stairs sure sounds like hell to me.
The automaker recently drove up 999 steps at the Heaven's Gate landmark in China.
The US will get the I.D. Crozz crossover first, while the rest of the world will get the I.D. hatchback first.
It's not like the factory cranks out replacement parts for 50-year-old cars all the time.
It was previously awarded Top Safety Pick, but there's always room for improvement.
Only 100 limited edition GS Fs and 240 RC Fs will be built.
These cars are being built to commemorate 10 years of Lexus' performance lineup.
In case you weren't following along, here's a one-stop shop to catch up on everything from the Second City.
Best of all, it's a totally bolt-on solution, no major modifications necessary.
If you feel like your life could use some more electric motors, this isn't a bad place to start.
Whether you're going for the Abarth or a more traditional trim, the 500 is ready to funk it up.
Don't want a full-on minivan, but still crave the space and versatility of one? Ford's got you covered.
The Abarth is back, too, and it's as weird and fun as ever.
Whether you want just a little bit of juice or a lot, the Sonata's ready to deliver.
You can even get it with a diesel!
With telematics out the wazoo, an EV version on the horizon and a new front-drive setup, the Sprinter is prepared to assault the van segment.
It's more connected and versatile than ever, and in 2019, you can buy an electric one.
Continental's forthcoming AV platform will rely on Nvidia's brains to power it all.
Not every ad spot landed the way it was intended. I'm looking at you, Ram.
At the least, the labor is cheaper.
Or, at the least, the "Last Fan Standing" contest broke whatever system Mercedes used to host its challenge.
It's nothing if not confident, but many are complaining that it's a bit tone-deaf.
If you want to show toughness, this is a good group to rely on.
You've got to get a little cheesy when you only have 30 seconds.
Unlike other Nissan winter concepts, this one isn't just about adding tracks. It's also about adding skis.
If the Armada wasn't already prepared for the white stuff, it sure as heck is now.
That's what you do on mountains, right? Shred gnar?
Talk about a missed opportunity.
With a brand-new infotainment system, new chassis tech and a fresh look, the A-Class is ready to take the globe by storm.
Whether it's the headlights or the infotainment, the A-Class is loaded with cutting-edge tech.
Detroit didn't steal all the surprises this year.
It claims all its AV work was done in simulations and something called "shadow mode."
Its London service marks the first time Chariot expanded beyond the US.
It's a unique solution to help ease road congestion and emissions.
If you want to ball out, though, be prepared to spend closer to $30,000.
Don't expect Ford to confirm any of it until it happens, though.
It'll receive its official debut on Mar. 1, ahead of the Geneva Motor Show.
Welcome to the 21st century, Formula 1.
It's like the Kona deleted Facebook and hit the gym.
If you thought the GT3 RS was difficult, just wait.
The protective "halo" doesn't even make it look like a flip-flop... that much.
With more tech and a new look, the next Formula E car is ready to be taken seriously.
The heretofore-unknown startup has raised $92 million in funding.
Fiat Chrysler will supply the Google spinoff with a whole lot more of its Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
It's not doing as much work as Google's spinoff, which is why it's managed to exist in Castle without much fanfare.
The new Car and Ride Sharing Lease programme will launch in three states this month.
If you want the fanciest Ram on the market, look no further than the Laramie Longhorn.
The hatch will be based on a sharp little concept from 2016, it's believed.
It's a newfangled take on an old-fashioned challenge.
The EPA giveth, and the EPA taketh away.
Seems like it's getting pretty serious, not that it wasn't already.
It's just a short video, but it's a pretty solid look at Tesla's forthcoming electric semi.
Considering these cars have TRD Pro trims already, it'll be interesting to see what this actually entails.
It's even wackier than that autonomous chair Nissan made last year.
It's part of an alleged pooling that will create some sort of Mobility Voltron.
The TourX falls prey to the same issues as its Sportback brethren, but the world needs more wagons, even if they've got some flaws.
Instead of taxing a local grid, Audi's cars could help bolster it.
An eagle-eyed person picked up on what might be a pavement-pounding Easter egg.
Big demand means Nissan's decision to make the Leaf a bit less wacky was a wise one.
It might not fully resemble the concept, but Kia does want another three-row SUV in its stable.
That's a lot of cash for a regular production pony car, but don't worry, it was for charity.
It's the first plant in Volvo's vast network to reach this goal.
It's not exactly how enthusiasts would want the rotary to come back, but it's better than nothin'.
It wants more than half its global sales to come from electrified cars by 2025.
That's one hell of a birthday party, even if you can't get 'em in the US.
The best birthday presents are the ones you get for yourself.
Most automakers give it out for free, but not BMW. That would be too easy.
Detroit was seriously busy this year, so here's a cheat sheet in case you missed anything.
Detroit was a crazy-busy show this year. Here are the production debuts and concepts straight from the Motor City.
This is but the first step in a future performance assault on the US market, and we welcome our new Korean overlords with open arms.
It previews the next generation of Nissan crossovers, which is a very good thing.
Hyundai believes that its N brand will gain a foothold in the States, so consider the Veloster N to be something of a litmus test.
If this is where Lexus' new flagship is headed, sign me up for that trip.
It's pronounced "cross motion," just so you know.
Not every Detroit debut is some wild-eyed concept or a massive pickup.
It's a bold move from a company best known for being a bit boring.
Why stop at a new car when you have one with a brand new engine in it, too?
Mercedes-AMG's new I6 sounds extra promising in one of its best models.
It's bigger, more capable and more luxurious than before. That'll do.
The straight six is back, and it makes the -43's V6 look like a chump.
It's every bit as capable as before, but now it's not as punishing to live with.
To be fair, it's a *performance* electric crossover, but still.