With all the advances being made to automatic emergency braking technologies, Bosch says it’s high time for this kind of crash-avoidance technology to be included in the federal government’s New Car Assessment Program (NCAP).
Ford is preparing three new versions of the Expedition SUV for 2022, including a Timberline Edition, described as the most capable off-roader; the Stealth, which will offer the most power; and a Platinum Edition with features such as Amazon Fire TV.
Arriving at dealers nationwide beginning Nov. 2, the 5-passenger RDX features a retuned suspension and standard technology including wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration as well as built-in Amazon Alexa.
For its first conversion, ECD Automotive Design took a 1995 Range Rover Classic and replaced the powertrain with a 450-hp motor and a Tesla 100-kW battery pack sourced from Electric Classic Cars in the U.K.
Trying yet again to break the stronghold on fullsize pickup trucks held by Detroit brands, Toyota reveals the all-new ’22 Tundra pickup, set to begin production in November at its plant in San Antonio, TX, and reaching first customers in December.
The automaker is investing in tooling that will double planned output of the new battery-powered truck in its first full year. Ford says it has 150,000 orders for the Lightning, with that number rising daily.