Now that we're deep into Winter, the season of depair for enthusiasts, here are our pictures from the 2018 Woodward Dream Cruise...
LA is the center of car culture and the LA Auto Show is one of the world's top venues for the introduction of new models. This year is no disappointment: A new Jeep pickup, gorgeous new Mazda3, a refreshened Prius with all-wheel drive, and quite a few surprises! Does anyone know why we might not be getting our presents this year?
The last time Kia tried a large, traditional Sport Utility in the United States it failed. The Borrego came at the worse time: 2008, and it only lasted a single model year. Now Kia is trying again and it looks like a better time... and a better product.
Antique Cars at the 2018 New York International Auto Show: The 1931 Stutz DV-32 Convertible Victoria
The 2018 New York International Auto Show has some beautiful, rare antique cars on display. The exhibit is being curated by the Saratoga Automobile Museum, which is sponsored by the Silver Arrow Society, a local group of auto enthusiasts. The car that caught my eye at the 2018 NYIAS was the 1931 Stutz DV-32 Convertible Victoria by LeBaron. The Stutz Motor Company was founded in Indianapolis Indiana in 1911 and continued until 1935. The Stutz DV-32 chassis made its debut at the 1931 New York Auto show, and several notable celebrities have owned Stutz cars, including Lucille Ball, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra.
The 2018 New York Auto Show is full of exciting, dynamic, futuristic concept cars, some of which signal a possible future vehicle; others simply show a design trend for their company; and others simply are a testbed for future ideas. Here are the ten best: