Blog Page 3

2019 New Ford Bronco – Details, News, Photos and More

0

Brace yourselves, off-roading fans. If the release of the new 2019 Ford Ranger wasn’t exciting enough, Ford is bringing back the legendary Bronco for 2019. Even though production ended over 20 years ago, the Ford Bronco has remained one of the best off-roading vehicles. While the full details and specs for the new Ford Bronco haven’t been released yet, there is quite a bit of talk surrounding the release. Nothing concrete has been revealed about the Bronco so far, except that it will definitely be making a comeback. But first, a little history lesson for those whose Bronco background starts and ends with OJ Simpson.

New Ford Ranger 2019 Midsize Pickup Truck

0

The all-new 2019 Ranger has been developed and tested to the demanding standards of Built Ford Tough. It shares a heritage of toughness, durability and capability derived from over 100 years of Ford Trucks’ relentless focus on engineering excellence. This is what freedom looks like today. The all-new 2019 Ranger has the toughness and capability to leave civilization far behind — because adventure begins where the road ends. Fans of smaller pickup trucks, rejoice — the Ford Ranger is back. After an eight-year absence from the U.S. market, Ford decided last year that it could no longer ignore a mid-size pickup segment that was attracting a half million buyers annually. Slated to hit dealerships early in 2019, the Ranger competes with the Chevrolet Colorado, Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier.

2019 Dodge Ram – More Space. More Storage. More Technology

0

Just outside of San Antonio, we got out first chance to get behind the wheel of the 2019 Ram 1500. The pickup truck debuted at the Detroit auto show in January, but we haven’t had a chance to drive it until now. We did some driving on-road and off-road — and even got a chance to do a little towing. Our first impressions of how it drives? We are very impressed with the frequency-damping shock absorbers that use new technology on the coil suspension. Upgrades were also made to the available four-corner air suspension, and now it’s smarter than it was before; it offers a slightly softer ride when needed and stiffens appropriately during more aggressive driving.

2019 Dodge Durango Pursuit Review

0

Prepare to add a new grille design to that area of your brain that triggers the panic response of lifting and/or downshifting and/or braking when your peripheral rearview-mirror vision senses a police presence. In addition to the blacked-out maws of the Ford Taurus and Explorer, Chevrolet Tahoe and (increasingly rare) Caprice, and Dodge Charger, you’re going to need to start watching for the menacing grille of a Dodge Durango. Specifically, the higher-cooling grilles of the R/T and SRT models. Dodge currently outsells Ford and Chevy in the police sedan biz but has been sitting out the hot-pursuit-ute competition. No longer.

2019 Dodge Demon – Overview

0

The Dodge brand, which FCA is winnowing down to a sports car brand, is building on the success of the Challenger SRT Hellcat and subsequent Demon by expanding the family. After the Challenger began as a 2008 model. Dodge added the Hellcat for 2015, and the Demon came out as an 2018 model. “For ’19 we’re going to do a Redeye. It’s a Hellcat that’s been possessed by a Demon,” said Steve Beahm, head of Passenger Car Brands-Dodge, SRT, Chrysler, and Fiat for FCA North America. “We’ve got a Hellcat body, basically suspension and platform, and then we’ve got the Demon engine,” Beahm says in an interview with Motor Trend. “It’s a little bit different calibration than the Demon engine.”

Chrysler Imperial 2019 – Release Date and Price

0

Numerous reports on the internet suggest that the company could restore the famous nameplate, maybe even as 2019 Chrysler Imperial. Nowadays, we can see that many business follow this pattern that is about reviving famous nameplates. This is among the great ways to improve sales. It looks like the Chrysler will not be an exception. We could easily see a huge resurgence of among the brand’s most famous nameplates from the past. We have also seen an idea car in 2006, which never got in serial production, in spite of some intriguing design solutions. We are now ready to see will 2019 Imperial is actually going to come.

2019 Bugatti Chiron – Top Speed

0

How do you make a Bugatti Chiron even better – and more exclusive? We’ve just found out at the Geneva Motor Show 2018, where the covers have been pulled back on the 2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport. Targeted at drivers wanting “an even sportier driving experience” it’s a more honed twist on the already potent supercar. Power, of course, was never in short supply for the Chiron, and so Bugatti sticks with the existing car’s strengths. That includes the same quad-turbocharged W16 engine, with 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque. Where the Chiron Sport diverges, though, is in weight and handling.

2019 Bentley Bentayga – Luxury Car

0

When you’re already among the world’s most prestigious super-luxury brands, and you’re already offering one of the world’s most palatial super-luxury SUVs, the need to improve said SUV’s performance while reducing cost might seem counter-intuitive. But in this case we’re talking Bentley, a brand born on the racetracks of Europe nearly 100 years ago. And the SUV in question, the Bentley Bentayga, has already established its premium pedigree with a handcrafted interior, an advanced active suspension system, a 600 horsepower 6.0-liter W12 engine and a 187 mph top speed. At a starting price over $230,000 the Bentayga has also claimed the title of most expensive production SUV.

2019 Aston Martin Vantage Unveiled: It’s Stunning!

0

The Aston Martin Vantage is a two-seater sports car manufactured by British automotive manufacturer Aston Martin as a successor to the previous outgoing model which had been in production for 12 years. It was unveiled in November 2017. Deliveries of the new Vantage began in June 2018 with a price tag of £120,900 (US$149,995). The Vantage is based on new architecture shared with the DB11, and utilises the powertrain and infotainment technology from Mercedes-Benz, as does the DB11. The Vantage uses Mercedes-AMG’s M177 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 that develops 503 bhp (375 kW; 510 PS) and 505 lbft (685 Nm) as well as the Mercedes COMAND system. The Vantage is capable of accelerating from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 3.6 seconds, and reaching a top speed of 314 km/h (195 mph).

New and Future Cars: Alfa Romeo 2019 GTV

0

Not with an expensive bang, but a barely audible whimper: That’s the way Alfa Romeo’s 4C sports coupe goes out. The slow-selling mid-engined car has been cut from the lineup for next year. An Alfa Romeo spokesperson has confirmed to Autoblog that the 4C coupe will be gone from Alfa’s U.S. portfolio after the 2018 model year. It will remain for sale in this country while supplies last, and will still be produced for other markets around the world. The 4C never sold in enormous numbers during its 2014-on tenure, but monthly sales have slowed down to just a couple dozen cars in the past year.