Posts From John White

2019 BMW 330i First Drive Review

Dec 12, 2018

For years — decades, even — the BMW 3 Series was the standard by which all other premium sports sedans were judged. And, with over

First Year Of Porsche Taycan Production May Already Be Sold Out

Dec 11, 2018

The Porsche Taycan EV doesn’t begin production until the middle of next year, with deliveries at least a year away. Nevertheless, Porsche has done so

Four Facets Of The BMW Vision iNext Concept From Its L.A. Debut

Dec 3, 2018

On the occasion of its official auto show premiere in Los Angeles, BMW divulged a good bit more information about the technologies that will debut

Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Cargo Gets New Livery For L.A. Auto Show

Nov 29, 2018

Volkswagen is celebrating the end of an era and welcoming in a new one at the L.A. auto show. Here it’s debuting the Beetle Final

The Jaguar I-Pace Is The 2018 Professional Driver Car Of The Year

Nov 26, 2018

The all-electric Jaguar I-Pace has been judged to be Car of the Year for 2018 by readers of Professional Driver magazine. The I-Pace also won

The New Bronco Is Hidden in This Baby Bronco Photo

Nov 14, 2018

Today, images from Ford’s October dealership meeting leaked online, showing what certainly looks like a new retro-inspired 4×4. Some automotive outlets contend that this is

Tesla ‘Simplifies’ Model S And X Options, Raises Base Price

Nov 12, 2018

Elon Musk said a few weeks ago that the options list of the Tesla Model S and X would be updated in order to “simplify

2020 BMW Z4 First Drive Review

Nov 7, 2018

Much has changed with the compact two-seater convertible segment since the last Z4 bowed. And its precursor, the Z3, debuted in a world that thirsted

First Electric Vehicles In New Car-Sharing Program To Roll Out In Sacramento

Nov 1, 2018

The first of hundreds of electric car-sharing vehicles coming to Sacramento as part of Electrify America’s $44-million investment in the City will be unveiled Nov.

General Motors Calls For National Zero Emissions Vehicle Program

Oct 29, 2018

General Motors is proposing a national requirement to ensure that zero-emission cars compose 25 percent of automaker fleets by 2030, a response to the Trump

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