They do it for access to the Chinese domestic market. China has a lot of import restrictions on foreign made cars. It’s not just for labor considerations. Jeep currently isn’t bringing any Chinese built cars to the US.
Whatever it should be called, it’s officially called the Cayenne Coupe. Justin wasn’t describing it, he was using its name.
Mercedes was the first to market a 4-door coupe with the CLS in 2004. BMW was the first to translate that to crossovers with the X6 in 2008.
GM never said that. The CEO of Cadillac at the time said both that they were working on a car smaller than the ATS, and later that they’d replace the ATS and CTS with the CT5.
The base engine will definitely be a turbo 4, but it may have a decent upgrade option.
Think A-Class, A3, or 2-Series GC for modern comparisons, but yeah.
I’d think it’d use the TT V8 if it has a V8.
Likely smaller than an ATS, they've also been saying they want a smaller, RWD, entry sedan to go against the A3.
His takes are definitely for entertainment, but he definitely has a vast amount of experience.
That’s not actually a rebuttal to what I said.
Put the top down.
He’s certainly not infallible, but he has decades of experience with a vast swaths of cars, has been around a large number of experts, and has had extensive driver training.
Ingress/egress height, driving position/height, load height, ground clearance, image.
It’s always strange that everyone forgets Mercedes Benz started the 4 door coupe tend.
It’s like you’re incapable of responding in a way that doesn’t reflect right back at you.
“Maybe you’re reading too much into things.”
This comes off as ironic given your initial post comes off exactly the same way.
Not actually a counterpoint as it was never stated they couldn’t.
They run those same incentives on the Journey. There’s tons of Journey SEs listed below $16k.
BMW tried, they really did. And it didn’t really matter. In the end, it’s only what you can make a business case for.