Nissan released the third of four mobility concept vehicles ahead of the Japan Mobility Show later this month. The Hyper Tourer concept aims to show how it can incorporate health-based technology into an all-electric vehicle.
South Korean automaker Kia’s been one of the leaders in the EV segment, and it kept up the pace Thursday with the introduction of its newest electric vehicle, the EV5 SUV as well as showing off the Concept EV3 and Concept EV4. What’s coming to the U.S. and when? Find out at Headlight.News.
The end of an era arrives at Jaguar with the 2024 F-Type ZP Edition. The limited-edition model will be the last new Jag sports car powered by an internal combustion engine. The company plans to produce just 150 of them, so move fast, reports Headlight.News.
It is the road that first defined what America’s superhighways would become. Its path, born in the 19th Century, would be used in the 20th to define high-speed driving in America. It’s the Pennsylvania Turnpike. And this week in 1940, it opened to motorists. Yet its birth came as a result of a fierce rivalry. Learn all about it at Headlight.News.
With the arrival of the Lexus TX, Lexus is finally clarifying its three-row SUV lineup with very distinct offerings. Headlight.News sat down with Vinay Shahani, vice president of Lexus marketing, to talk about the Lexus lineup and how the brand is changing.
Toyota’s CALTY design studio unveils a new lunar rover concept vehicle as the facility celebrates five decades of design. Find out more about the California-based enterprise — and its lunar cruiser — at Headlight.News.
It’s gone, now its back — with a partner? A smaller Land Cruiser may be about to appear in Toyota showrooms. Here’s what Headlight.News knows.
With an outstanding ride, respectable power and plenty of comfort and safety technology, the 2023 Kia Sportage X-Pro Prestige AWD is a great choice for now and the future. Check out the full review at Headlight.News.
A new engine and upgraded infotainment software make the Jeep Compass a small SUV worthy of your consideration. Check out the review at HLN.
Germany’s IAA Mobility Show revealed the future direction of Germany’s automakers. Not surprisingly, it’s electric. HLN brings you the details.