Back in May, Chevrolet introduced a redesigned Camaro. Now, and not at all surprisingly, the Bowtie brand is showing off the latest Camaro convertible, based on the coupe that debuted on Belle Isle in Detroit. From the beltline down, this is the same car that was so well-received last month. But above the waist, there’s an all-new, […]Read more "2016 Chevy Camaro Convertible Gets Cleaner Looks, Improved Refinement"
It was just the other day that Chevy revealed the face if the new 2016 Silverado. And as might have been expected, sister brand GMC has followed up by unveiling its version in the facelifted 2016 Sierra pickup – just two and a half years since the current all-new model was rolled out. Though details released thus far […]Read more "GMC Reveals Updated 2016 Sierra"
Chevrolet revealed the second-generation Cruze Wednesday, promising a larger, more efficient car that drives better than the sedan it replaces. We’re particularly excited about the new turbocharged, 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine, which makes 153 horsepower, an upgrade from the outgoing 1.8-liter naturally aspirated engine’s 138 hp. Torque climbs even more significantly, from 148 pound-feet to 177 in […]Read more "Update: 2016 Chevy Cruze is Lighter, Loaded"
Cadillac’s entire lineup of 2016 models gets a major infotainment upgrade this summer with improvements to CUE and integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s one major exception for now, though. The SRX retains the old system until its all-new generation, called the XT5, debuts early in the 2016 calendar year. “When we transition into all […]Read more "Cadillac XT5 Confirmed for 2016 as Next-Gen SRX"