Ford says $1 billion in Chicago plant investments could save law enforcement agencies millions annually in fuel through the hybrid Police Interceptor Utility built there.
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The VW I.D. Crozz, Infiniti QX Inspiration and Cadillac's EV crossover CUV all point toward larger electric vehicles coming to market in the next few years.
From the Ram HD to a Chinese concept crossover, here are five trucks and SUVs that turned heads at the 2019 Detroit auto show.
The 2020 Ford Explorer ST is the most powerful Explorer ever and features the model’s first hybrid version.
South China’s Guangzhou Automobile Group reveals a seven-passenger crossover amid a U.S-China trade dispute that’s delayed its plans to sell vehicles in America.
Infiniti’s QX Inspiration concept hints at the automaker’s intention to develop an electric luxury SUV to complete with the likes of Tesla, Audi and Jaguar.
The redesigned Ram 1500 topped two contenders from General Motors to capture North American Truck of the Year honors at the 2019 Detroit auto show.
Kia’s new 2020 Telluride midsize SUV is big, powerful, luxurious and built for the wild.
The all-new 2020 Cadillac XT6, unveiled in Detroit, gives General Motors an entry in the market that includes the new Lincoln Aviator.
Ram’s new 2019 Ram heavy-duty pickup trucks with diesel engines set 1,000 pound-feet of torque milestone while playing safe with borrowed styling cues from the Ram 1500.
Ford introduces new a 2020 Explorer hybrid and an ST performance version of the three-row SUV at the Detroit auto show.
A handful of new trucks and SUVs will make their first public appearances at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.