Toyota revealed a second “sporty” entry at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show in the form of the 2018 Sequoia TRD Sport.
Toyota revealed an extension of its TRD (Toyota Racing Development) range at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show that is due to go on sale next fall as the 2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport.
Toyota’s popular RAV4 compact crossover showed off its brawnier side at the Chicago Auto Show.
In the world of electric vehicles, the new 2017 Chevrolet Bolt might well go down as a game-changer.
While it’s certainly not the first all-wheel-drive coupe on the market, the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT is putting a new spin on an old formula.
Since its introduction for 1993, Subaru’s Impreza has stood out in the compact class as being one of the few – and in many years, the only – member to offer all-wheel drive. And since 1997, AWD has been standard.
Ah, fall. When – here in the Midwest – it’s not too cold, not too hot, and not too rainy … for about three weeks.
Short as that utopian span is, it’s the closest we ever come to simulating the year-round climate of coastal California. Which, as it so happens, is where most EVs are sold.
Honda introduced the compact CR-V to the U.S. for 1997 to resounding reviews and great sales success. In fact, the company says it has stood as the best-selling SUV – of any size – for most of the two decades since.
Perhaps because it’s the first major auto show of the season (and perhaps because it’s set, of course, in California – the tail that wags the fashion dog), the Los Angeles Auto Show often establishes trends later followed at the other major shows.
When it goes on sale early next year, Chrysler will break new ground by offering the first hybrid minivan to be sold in the U.S.