Because crossover SUV models have become as popular as they have, and have shrunk in size over the years, many automakers have considered the potential of creating crossover models from the names of cars that we’re used to enjoying. Ford teased a new Mach 1 […]
If you thought the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 was an extreme off-roading machine, you’re going to be amazed by the upgrades that have been made to create a new version of this truck. Not only will you see a new off-road truck for the drive, this […]
Over the next few years we’re going to see several new models of cars that we admire and want to drive offered on the market, from BMW, Cadillac, and more.
The model years between 2019 and 2022 will bring us a variety of excellent new choices that will give us the drive we admire and show off with performance or qualities that we’ve been clamoring for over the past several years. Here are just a few of the cars, trucks, and SUVs that we’re going to be presented with that can make driving more fun and exciting for us in the near future.
The Chevrolet Blazer was an SUV that was loved by many, and it’s coming back in 2019 to be loved by a whole new generation of drivers.
Are there names that were part of the automotive market as you grew up that you miss? If you’ve longed to see models such as the Ford Ranger, Ford Bronco, Chevrolet Blazer, and others back in the market, you’re going to get to see these offered sometime soon. The Ford pair will make their way to the market for the 2019 model year and it appears Chevrolet doesn’t want to be outdone and will bring back the Blazer name and add it to the lineup to give us more of what we want from this brand.
It’s easy to get excited about a new Chevrolet Corvette; but it would appear that Chevy is heightening anticipation even more this go-round. Why is the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette such a poorly kept secret? Is it because we want to talk about it and speculate […]
GM has recently been granted a patent that will allow the company to offer the performance models being built with engines that have higher compression ratios than in the past. After eighteen months of review by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the documents have been published and approved to allow GM to begin to create higher performance from the engine that we want to enjoy when we take the Corvette or the Camaro out for a drive on the track. Of course, this new approval won’t be limited to these two sports cars, but that’s certainly where it should start.