The next time an Audi passes you on the road, look to see if there is a driver behind the wheel. That is, if you’re driving in California. Last week, Audi became the first automaker in California with a permit from the state to test self-driving vehicles on public roads, putting itself at the forefront of a technology that has the potential to change society. [keep reading]
They did it in basketball months ago, and now Miami has surpassed Los Angeles with the most luxury car and truck sales. This article in Miami News Today gives a detailed description of the most popular makes and models in Miami from January through March of 2013, but here’s the abridged version if you’re in a hurry.
Most Popular New Luxury Car: Mercedes Benz C-Class
Most Popular New Luxury SUV: Lexus RX
Average Price of a New Luxury Car: $64,639
It’s a different story for used cars. Mojo Motors gauges popularity by ‘Follows’ because the amount of people following used cars for price drops are an indication of what they will buy.
The story behind Saddam Hussein’s 1978 Mercedes-Benz 600.
You watched the Super Bowl, everyone did. Here were the car commercials with my unscientific and arbitrary ranking system. Commercials I like get a “Hit” and commercials I don’t get a “Miss.”
Volkswagen “Get in. Get Happy.” – Hit
Some people have called this ad racist, but I call it hilarious. I know a guy who has a mom from Jamaica and he likes it so I feel OK about it and you should too.
Edmunds released a list of the Top 10 Best Road Trip Vehicles in August based on their editors’ selections. Some of their choices like the number one pick, Chevrolet Equinox, or number three pick, Ford Flex, make sense. There are also some anomalies though. Take a look at the breakdown:
- Chevrolet Equinox
- Chevrolet Suburban
- Ford Flex
- Hyundai Genesis
- Mercedes-Benz E350
- Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG
- Porsche 911 Carrera
- Porsche Panamera
- Volkswagen GTI
- Volkswagen Jetta Sportwagen TDI