The Detroit-Hamtramck plant was originally supposed to go idle this summer.
Strange bedfellows? Not in this case.
The vehicle will even adjust its settings to accommodate the extra heft.
Expect a new electric van concept and the end of the Mercedes-AMG S65.
It'll build upon an electrified lineup that already includes plug-in hybrids.
Do doctors normally accept their new cars while wearing white coats?
The original is lost to time, so they had to build another one from scratch.
It took six artists approximately six weeks to recreate the original's hand-painted design.
The two companies value Argo AI at approximately $4 billion, sources told Bloomberg.
60 percent of Ferrari’s lineup will offer hybrid variants by 2022, also.
As it turns out, when it’s time to tighten the belts, the weird stuff gets axed first.
You might want to hide that frequent-washer card for a spell.
The first one was a concept truck for the road. This one, though...
There's just a bit more taillight showing than before.
The two don't have much in common, though, aside from the use of "Warlock."
That's good news for one tech giant. Not so much for the other.
A new I6 and a mild hybrid? What is this, Christmas?
The system's net output is just under 400 horsepower.
That should put it up against the Honda Civic Type R, which is good company.
The automaker also issued two smaller, yet still important recalls at the same time.
If only every Honda dashboard looked this clean.
J.D. Power's 2019 Vehicle Dependability Study looks at how well 2016 model-year vehicles have held up. These are the individual segment winners.
This is Lexus' eighth year atop the rankings.
It doesn't make any extra power, but that's fine.
Further proof that gold wheels make almost everything better.
It will hang out alongside the almost-ready EV "prototype" debuting that week.
It's slated to enter production in 2021.
Modena? More like Modern-a, once the upgrades are done.
Considering the Outlander Sport is a rebadged ASX, it's all but a given.
Expect these changes to reach the US-spec Outlander Sport later this year.
If only Ford had a way to solve snoring, too.
The average age of an owned car is rising, too, which isn't helping.
Tires are just a bit harder to keep clean than sneaks, though.
Don't expect them to show up in the US, though. That ship has likely sailed.
A little extra carbon fiber never hurts.
This concept could preview a line of parts for future Supra owners, but Toyota won't cop to anything yet.
Meanwhile, a separate new update brings additional safety and convenience features.
That's even better than Toyota's own estimates.
With 600 horsepower on tap, it's one of the quickest ways to get comfortable.
It's a full-size sedan with loads of luxury -- and it'll hit 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
Apple thinks biometrics could give traditional keys a much-needed security boost.
It looks better, and it's better equipped. What's not to like?
It's also available as a mild hybrid.
The biggest member of the family is also the newest.
It's light on updated looks, but that means Toyota spent time updating the bits that count.
The Rogue Sport comes away from a mid-cycle refresh with better looks and better kit.
It's even available as a mild hybrid.
It's about keeping up appearances, not keeping up in the curves.
AWD is standard, and the suspension is beefier.
It's not just a looks package, although aesthetics do factor in.
The aesthetic upgrade is available on two different trims for a decent price.
The whole TRD Pro lineup receives updates for the 2020 model year.
Most of the update's focus on tech, but it does look a little different, too.
Draw me like one of your French doors, Ram.
This is what Ram alluded to on social media during the Super Bowl.
Neither side is ready to talk about it, though.
Only a few Toyota SUVs remain without a TRD Pro trim.
Specs are still light, but we have some idea of what to expect.
It'll be the sportiest Jetta on offer.
The CX-4 was unveiled in 2016, but in its current form, it's only available in China.
Not only is it the most powerful Velar, it's the fanciest.
For when you want you eat your cake and look good doing it.
It's ready to venture a little further off the beaten path.
Appearance aside, it won't get you any more ready for rock crawling, but it'll help with towing.
The last time we saw this dynamic duo was in September.
Only 400 will be built for the whole globe.
It's just an aesthetic upgrade, with a few optional packages thrown in.
The batteries will be installed at over 100 charging stations over the course of 2019.
The acquisition will cost the automaker $218 million.
Precious metals for precious cars... and precious power equipment?
Thank goodness it's not real gold. Imagine the curb weights!
And it barely made a peep.
Ford claims it's the largest 3D-printed metal part ever put on a working vehicle.
This likely builds on a new partnership announced earlier this week.
Cheaper variants are on the way, and its upcoming Chinese factory will help, too.
If you want access to 150-kW charging, it'll cost a pretty penny, but it's still cheaper than gas.
At least it doesn't involve diesel this time around.
You might not want to take your Kicks to pick up your new 75-incher.
It'll make its formal debut at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show next week.
There's also an electric one on the way, which will be previewed in Geneva.
It's just a refresh, but the promise of an electric one is great.
Almost all the physical buttons are gone.
The company, which counts Ford among its investors, received the permit to do so this week.
It'll debut at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show.
No, I'm not referring to "Clocks."
This is the second such case within a year.
It's just a looks package, and a moderate one, at that.
It won't make the car any faster, but it might look the part.
It doesn't mean you don't have to pay for the service, though.
As it turns out, the automaker would rather spend money on things more people will buy.
The 2500 received the green light prior to the shutdown, but the 3500 didn't.
It pays homage to the original TTS Roadster concept from the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show.
They're only available in limited quantities.
With some new tech and a mostly new engine, the C300 plots a steady course ahead in a popular segment.
A new Sienna will eventually arrive on Toyota's hot-to-trot TNGA platform.
Somehow, a German made its way onto the list.
One German automaker snuck into a field filled with American and Japanese vehicles.
The rest of the Camaro lineup got a refresh for 2019, but not this guy.
It’s not the most expensive two-row SUV in town, though.
Or, at least we think it will, we're not too sure yet.
While they haven't been earmarked for production, it'd be a smart way to improve H-D's reach.
The cable's supplier recommended the shutdown while it investigated an issue.
One would make a great pit bike, and the other would be a riot in the mountains.
Either way, two big names are up to something, so it's bound to be interesting.
Nissan is reportedly complying with the US financial regulator.
This is better news than Toyota axing the line entirely.
If you include the $7,500 federal tax incentive, the base price dips just below the $30,000 mark.
The shutdown lasted 12 days, but people in the US shouldn't even notice.
Approximately one-third of the affected vehicles are still at dealers.
The robot even has an adorable name -- Stan.
The hybrid system will work with any longitudinally mounted engine.
These packages add between $5,000 and $6,000 to the price of the regular Corvette Grand Sport.
Four specific Corvette Racing drivers inspired these appearance packages.
Series production will start in 2020 to help bolster its onslaught of future EVs.
The timing is right, considering Ford is working on an electric F-150.
And it didn't have to go to extreme lengths to boost future output.
Anything is better than the creepy googly eyes the automaker was testing.
Do you like leather and chrome? Well, there's plenty of it here.
A little extra style never hurts.
The Mazda-based sedan lives on, and there's 2020 Yaris news on the horizon, too.
Mercedes Me will let owners buy certain options after the initial purchase.
A computer glitch is to blame, and Toyota is trying to make everyone happy.
The automaker's still investigating the cause of the problem, which can disable the power steering.
It's limited to just 1,200 units when it goes on sale this summer.
The biggest, most expensive Toyota you can buy celebrates 60 years of trail work.
Its Android-based system is a breath of fresh air, and very different from Volvo's Sensus.
The inaugural trip focused on takeoff and landing, but there's more on the horizon.
It's really, definitely happening, and that's cause for celebration.
A top-trim Aviator will set you back nearly $90,000.
The subscription service should be back up and running in a few months' time.
It's not real, of course, but the video is pretty funny.
The factory will be responsible for adding AV hardware to Waymo's fleet.
It's already beaten the Nio EP9 at Goodwood's hillclimb.
Not all accidents involve just a single collision, after all.
The Supra netted nearly double the money the GT500 did.
Some incentives are currently limited to Germany's most polluted cities.
It's also some 1,000 pounds lighter than the real thing.
Even though it has 334,544 bricks, it weighs less than the real truck.
The same source said an EV variant of the Q2 SUV will head to China.
It's a bit different than the grocery delivery robots we've covered in the past.
The car sharing will require a number of owners to get on board with the idea.
Its portable power pack makes off-grid life a little easier.
What better way to tear through the snow than with a full set of tracks?