Jeep’s Push to Go Electric is a Legitimate Priority

Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis Who would’ve thought that America’s most beloved rugged off-road automaker would remotely consider going electric? Probably no one. For years Jeep has prided itself on creating the most efficient off-road vehicles that can do it all, but a major consumer problem has always been convincing buyers to disregard the dent in their

Mitsubishi Airtek Concept: Puzzling but inspiring a spark of interest

Photo Source/Copyright: explica.co Earlier this year at the Shanghai Auto Show, Japanese-automaker Mitsubishi Motors revealed small bits of information on a new concept known as the Mitsubishi Airtek.   At this moment, little is still known about the vehicle and whether or not it will be available globally, but it is no secret that it will likely

Ford’s newest Compact Pickup—the all-new 2022 Ford Maverick—set to shake up the segment

Photo Source/Copyright: Ford American automaker Ford recently made a big splash in the truck segment of the market with the unveiling of its highly-anticipated F-150 Lightning, the all-electric variant of its most popular vehicle. Ford became the first American automaker from the “Big Three” to introduce an all-electric pickup truck to the American market. But

What are Automakers doing to revolutionize the car industry in 2021?

Photo Source/Copyright: Shutterstock via photographer Phonlamai Photo The better question to ask should be more along the lines of, what are automakers not doing in 2021 to revolutionize the sector? It’s no question that 2020 and some of 2021 brought on some of the hardest months in the modern era—for obvious reasons, of course. But

LEGO and Dodge debut New Speed Champions Collaboration with 1970 Challenger and Top Fuel Dragster kits

Photo Source/Copyright: LEGO Dodge does it all. Super powerful muscle cars? Check. Iconic designs? Check. Toy-car models? Check. Collaborating with one of the most successful toy brands in history for the second time? Check. American muscle-car automaker Dodge is known for its powerful and iconic vehicles, but what people don’t know is they dabble in

Stellantis CEO says Auto Brands under the company umbrella will have a future

Image Source: Stellantis Earlier this year, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Groupe PSA merged to form Stellantis, the 4th largest automobile company by volume in the world.  With a large portfolio of outstanding and world-class vehicles, the automotive giant seems to have no plans of stopping with its investment in the future. Stellantis is looking

According to Volkswagen: American’s Curiosity for EVs is spiking

Photo Source/Copyright: Volkswagen It’s no secret that electric vehicles (EVs) are on the up and up, and the vehicles on the road are indicative of the almost overnight shift from gas to electric. To gauge the market and truly understand where EVs are going, German-automaker Volkswagen surveyed a segment of the American car-buying community and

Select Stellantis Brands will carry SiriusXM’s Automatic Crash Notification system

Photo Source/Copyright: SiriusXM and Stelantis Safety should be the number one priority when looking to buy a car. Sure, the looks are nice, have cool features, a big screen, and good pickup are a plus. But at the end of the day, is your car capable of handling an unfortunate situation to keep you and

Plans for New Ram EV Pickup released alongside Best March Sales Ever

Photo Credit: Ram Ram has done it again. It seems like the accolades don’t stop coming in for America’s most awarded pickup brand in 2021. Headlined by its half-ton truck lineup, Ram has managed to rack up its most successful first-quarter retail sales figures and month of March ever. Sales rose by 28 percent in

General Motors has an Electric Silverado set in its sights

Photo Source/Copyright: Chevrolet Media Yet another major vehicle is slated to join the electric vehicle fray, as the race to gain a significant share of the EV market pie roars on. This time, it’s one of America’s most popular pickup trucks—the Chevy Silverado. General Motors (GM) recently announced a move that will shake up the