Category: Upcoming Vehicles

  • Subaru Solterra e-SUV Debuts on November 17 at LA Auto Show

    Subaru Solterra e-SUV Debuts on November 17 at LA Auto Show

    The 2023 Subaru Solterra will make its world debut on November 17th at the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show. Subaru of America has announced the world premiere of the all-new Subaru Solterra. It will be streamed live in a week – on November 17 at 10:45 a.m. Pacific Time or 1:45 p.m. Eastern Time. The […]

  • Ford Launches F-150 Lightning Visual Experience

    Ford Launches F-150 Lightning Visual Experience

    Ford and Google have created the “F-150 Lightning: Strike Anywhere” augmented reality experience to educate customers. Ford partnered with Google to create a unique visual experience for the F-150 Lightning reservation holders, buyers, enthusiasts. The service is named “F-150 Lightning™: Strike Anywhere” and powered by Google Cloud. It is now available for Americans on Android […]

  • What We Know About 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor

    What We Know About 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor

    The high-performance 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor should arrive next year. It is now in the testing stage. More and more information about the model gradually appears, in particular, first official photos. The Blue Oval has been working on the Ford Bronco Raptor. It will be launched in 2022 and join the F-150 Raptor in Ford’s […]

  • Kia Concept EV9 Is Teased: It Premieres on November 11

    Kia Concept EV9 Is Teased: It Premieres on November 11

    The Kia Concept EV9 will make its debut in live stream on November 11th, 2021, according to the company’s recent teaser on Instagram. Kia teases an all-new model, more precisely, announces the date of its premiere. In two days, on November 11 and 8 a.m. GMT, interested people will be able to see the Kia […]

  • New Nissan GT-R May Do Without Trendy Electrification

    New Nissan GT-R May Do Without Trendy Electrification

    The next Nissan GT-R may well do without electrification, but it will definitely get a new platform and should be the fastest sports car on the market. Although the Nissan GT-R still competes well with the Porsche 911 and other more recent rivals today, 14 years in production still require a major overhaul. There won’t […]