The sensational new 2021 Toyota Mirai encapsulates the company’s state-of-the-art approach to hydrogen fuel-cell technology, wrapped in seductive new body work and equipped with the latest infotainment and driver-assistance systems.
The midcycle refresh even brings a member of the E-Class family to the U.S. for the first time – the taller, more rugged All-Terrain wagon – while extensive updates inside and out also come for the sedan, coupe and convertible.
With the 2021 Bronco Sport, Ford engineers have transformed a humble grocery getter (the Ford Escape) into a rut-traversing, stream-fording, hill-climbing badass. It goes on sale this month in the U.S.
In the tradition of recent reboots of retro SUVs, the Bronco Sport CUV has lots of style inside and out. It also boasts strong off-road credentials, good comfort and technology and clever features or accessories.
Beyond its good looks are the ’21 Elantra’s surprisingly satisfying dynamics, hoot-to-drive N Line, 50-mpg efficiency from the smooth-driving hybrid and numerous standard features, such as wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Venza represents America’s only midsize CUV that comes standard as a hybrid, and it delivers excellent fuel economy, all-wheel drive, appealing sheet metal and a handsome and comfortable interior – not to mention “hovering UFO mode.”
Luxury sport sedans should be with us for years to come, and the Acura TLX furthers the case for such cars with good looks, a fetching interior and a capable 2.0L turbo-4. In the spring, a high-output turbocharged V-6 raises the ante in the Type S...
The new TLX is longer, wider and lower than the previous TLX and yet smaller than the now-departed fullsize RLX sedan, making the new flagship sedan a perfect “tweener” to rival both the BMW 3-Series and 5-Series, for instance.