2017 Chevrolet Bolt Revealed at CES 2016
Chevrolet unveiled a production version of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, an all-electric vehicle, not to be confused with the Chevrolet Volt, a plug-in hybrid. CES 2016 is an incredible opportunity to see the freshest tech available, particularly in automotive. The Bolt will be priced around $30,000 after government rebates, making it one of the more affordable options in the class. Expect the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt to hit dealerships in late 2016.
To learn more, visit the Chevrolet Bolt EV page.
2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback Comes This Fall
Chevrolet has also revealed the upcoming Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback. One could say Chevy is behind the game, with other compacts like the Focus, Mazda3, and Impreza already offering hatchbacks, but it was worth the wait. The Cruze Hatchback looks phenomenal, and should arrive at dealerships in late 2016.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Will Finally Be Unveiled at NAIAS
On January 11, 2016, Honda will finally reveal its completely redesigned 2017 Honda Ridgeline. This midsize truck took a couple years off to undergo a massive redesign. We’re eager to see what Honda has created to compete with popular midsize pickups like Tacoma and Colorado.
Ford and Google Could Team Up to Make Self-Driving Cars
Rumor has it, Google and Ford will work together to build a self-driving car. This makes sense, as combining Google’s tech dominance with Ford’s automotive prowess would make an amazing autonomous vehicle.
To learn more about self-driving cars, read 5 Things You Should Know About Self-Driving Cars.
To learn more about a potential Ford/Google partnership, read this TechCrunch.com article.
Volkswagen May Buy Back 115,000 Vehicles in US
In light of the ongoing VW scandal, the German automaker might buy back around 115,000 affected diesel cars in the U.S. The company may allegedly offer a refund or discount on new a new VW car.
Read the latest updates on the potential buyback from ConsumerAffairs.