The Lyriq, Cadillac's first electric car, is just hitting dealer showrooms, but we're already looking ahead to its successor. It's stunning.
Electrified automobiles like the Rolls-Royce Spectre and Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray top our 2023-2024 list. The new Ford Mustang and Honda Civic Type R show that internal combustion works.
The 2019 Ford Ranger was new to us, but it had been sold in other areas for years. Luckily, Ford introduced a new worldwide Ranger in late 2021.
American sports cars are going electric. The 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray will have all-wheel drive and a hybrid to improve power.
Ford, like the rest of the auto industry, is slowly switching to EVs, but it still believes in internal combustion. The seventh-generation Ford Mustang debuts in 2024.
We think the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is one of the finest electric cars on the market, so when we heard that Hyundai was prepping an even hotter version, our interest was piqued.
Buyers seeking a real electric minivan must wait for Volkswagen's Microbus rebirth, which has been teased for years.
Dodge is finally upgrading its range with something new and interesting after years of making versions of decade-old automobiles.
Tesla Cybertruck this year? Nope. 2024? When Elon and Co. release the angular truck that was expected to start deliveries in 2021 is unknown.
Morgan Motor Co., situated in the UK, has been making cars for over a century. Americans didn't recognise Morgan until the 2012 Morgan 3 Wheeler.
Honda omitted the high-performance Type R from its 11th-generation Civic range for 2022. Honda was only hiding its fastest Civic. 2023 Honda Civic Type R.
The Meyers Manx, modified VW Beetles by Bruce F. Meyers in the mid-1960s, started the dune buggy craze. He sold his company to an investment firm.
Later this year, Rolls-Royce will launch the Spectre, an ultraluxury EV. The big Rolls-Royce Spectre coupe resembles the Wraith.