Tl;dr: Automakers tend to use “CUV” and “SUV” interchangeably possibly taking advantage of a light truck market that isn’t as well-defined as it could be. Allow me to demonstrate below.
Vehicles like those on the left pioneered the term “SUV”, and embody it in every way. Likewise, the vehicle on the right is… Read more
I feel the same way. Of all the recent concepts to model new Cadillacs after, they pick the most boring, German-aping one. That's how we got the CT5 C-pillar.
Yeah? Well moms everywhere will love it
It’s a callback to their late-60s offerings.
I had to scroll way too far to find this comment.
What we’re seeing now is how much Ed Welburn’s retirement is impacting GM. He never got the credit he deserved and it pisses me off. I mean, look at this:
The least these automakers could do is hide the rear door handles.
Almost there, but it’ll be FWD/AWD and come with a 2.0 turbo. The top engine will be the NA 3.6 Pentastar. The TA package will feature aggressive Viper styling, red leather stitching, black trim accents, Brembo front calipers, and sport-tuned exhaust.