Automotive Reviews & Galleries
Mazda’s CX-30 is so much more than a lifted Mazda 3. A lot of thought and engineering went into this little crossover and you should really pay attention to the details.
The Genesis G70 3.3T is an appealing package that sets its sights squarely on BMW’s 3-Series. While the ride dynamics are not quite a match for the long-standing sport sedan king, the rest of the package should leave BMW’s designers and engineers quaking in their boots.
The Toyota Tacoma may be a little long in the tooth, but it is a serious off roader that doesn’t punish occupants when the going gets smooth.
Volvo has come a long way since the days of boxy wagons and squared off sedans with staid performance. Their latest offerings are attractive not only in appearance but also in equipment and performance. The S60 R Design is no exception
Toyota’s reliability is now wrapped in a low-roofed design that attempts to bring an air of flair to an otherwise staid model.
The Honda Civic used to be the go-to car for a great combination of reliability and fun. That went away with some previous generations but Honda is starting to get their mojo back and the 2020 Civic Si is a step in the right direction.
Automotive Design for the Cars Universe Words by Brian Griebenow Photos provided by Disney / Pixar Studios I have a passion for design, or rather…Design. During my years as a designer of industrial manufacturing machinery, I sought simple solutions and efficient execution. One of my cherished gifts from my wife is a beautiful coffee table book about legendary industrial designer Brooks Stevens. I also have a mental list [...]
The Detroit Three are all looking into ways to contribute resources to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. By pooling knowledge and manufacturing necessary items for first-responders, Ford Motor Co., Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and General Motors are all contributing to the relief efforts.
We won’t lie, the Lexus IS is in need of a tech update, and the engine lineup doesn’t quite make sense. But fun-to-drive dynamics and attractive styling mean we like this petite lux-level sedan any way.
Yesterday’s Car of Tomorrow, Today Words by Brad Olson Photos by Jennifer Jensen I recently spent a day behind the wheel of Tesla’s Model S…a P85+ to be more precise. This is not a unique experience as many well-healed buyers now own the Model S, and according to sales reports, the company is selling more every week. On the other hand, the Model S is deceptively different than [...]