Citing Chinese automobiles and trucks with internet connectivity as a possible national security threat, President Biden directed the Commerce Department to launch an inquiry into foreign software in automobiles. Get details at Headlight.News.
Buick prepares to enter new phase of marketing push with all-new slogan while also providing the world another glimpse of the updated Wildcat concept
Most automakers enjoyed strong sales last year, and Buick was among them. The brand’s been in a state of change for the past 18 months, and to celebrate a good sales year, officials decided offer an early look at what’s to come. Have a look at the 2025 Buick Enclave at Headlight.News.
As recently as 2019 you’d have to struggle to find an EV at your local showroom. Today, however, there are more than 50 different nameplates available in the U.S., the vast majority offered with range exceeding 200 miles – and some products doubling that figure. But the pace of introductions is only set to accelerate, with dozens of new battery-electric vehicles soon coming to market. Headlight.News checks out the most interesting and important products debuting in 2024.
Nearly half of all Buick dealers are taking buyouts from General Motors. Many Cadillac dealers accepted similar buyouts previously, and it reflects dealer concerns about the cost of converting their showrooms and service departments to handle battery-electric vehicles. GM plans to go 100% EV by 2035, though the automaker is adjusting the pace of that transition as EV sales growth slows.
So many things in today’s world are topsy turvy — even stuff you accepted as fact for decades. When it comes to General Motors, the order is Chevrolet, GMC, Buick and then Cadillac, right? RIGHT? Not so much anymore, and in our review of the 2024 Buick Envista, Headlight.News highlights that change.