Can Toyota continue to dominate the midsize pickup market? That was the key question in mind as I set out for a first drive of the 2024 Toyota Tacoma. The midsize truck certainly looks good on paper, with eight trim package, four powertrains – including a first-ever hybrid – and a seemingly endless list of body, bed and technology options. How did it stand up, both on-road and off? Check out this review on Headlight.News.
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.
So often the mention of a Ford Mustang convertible conjures up images of smoking tires, hard shifts and big performance. However, the 2024 Mustang EcoBoost model is better utilized by those looking for a nice, slow cruise in the sunshine. Check out our review at Headlight.News.
After a long delay, BMW is flooding the market with EVs, and the i5 is one generating plenty of buzz, especially the top-trim M60 edition. Like all M models, it promises a blend of power and luxury. But does it all come together? That’s what Headlight.News set out to discover during a day’s drive of the 2024 BMW i5 M60 near the automaker’s manufacturing complex in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
With style so often counting for more than substance, it’s nice to find a vehicle with the substance to supplement middle-of-the-road style. While it may sound like a slight for the 2024 Volkswagen Atlas, being described as “very good” at what you’re supposed to be, is no slight. Find out more in the review at Headlight.News.
Few things make the heart race as much as a stylish, sexy two-seater. And since fewer are being made, it’s important to appreciate the ones that remain, like the 2023 BMW Z4 M40i. With a strong powerplant, excellent handling and the right amount of technology, this pocket model is a must drive. Get the full review at Headlight.News.
The 2024 Volvo EX30 is one of the most critical new entries from the Swedish automaker in decades. It’s the first designed to be exclusively battery powered, anchoring Volvo’s ongoing shift to all-electric propulsion. Small on the outside, EX30 is surprisingly roomy inside and provides plenty of features and performance at a reasonable price tag — as Headlight.News discovered during several days of driving in Barcelona, Spain.
It looks a bit like a Dodge, but there’s something more … something European. The 2024 Dodge Hornet R/T Plus doesn’t burn rubber like so many of its siblings, but it’s certainly what fans of the brand can expect for future. Check out the review at Headlight.News.
Chevy shocked the world when, after years of speculation it delivered the first-ever midengine version of the Corvette. Now, it’s taking things a step further with the first “electrified” version of America’s sports car. And in the process, it means that the 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray is not only the fastest ‘Vette ever, but the first to get all-wheel drive. Dare we say it, after spending a little time behind the wheel, Headlight.News discovers it’s also the easiest Corvette to drive.
Porsche sure knows how to celebrate an anniversary, in this case, 60 years of the 911. The German sports car maker offers plenty of “special” models, including the Porsche 911 Carrera T. Headlight.News drove the machine to Hell (Michigan) and back and can tell you what kind of beast it is in our review.
Chevrolet is taking things to extremes when it comes to its next-generation Colorado pickup. If you thought the midsize Colorado ZR2 was rough and ready, wait til you check out the 2024 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison. It’s designed to handle everything from Baja-style racing to boulder-crawling, as Headlight.News discovered during a day of driving through California’s Johnson Valley, home of the extreme off-road King of the Hammers race.
There are plenty of reasons why buyers have flocked to the Subaru Crosstrek, especially since the launch of the gen-3 model earlier this year. Now, there are even more reasons to check out the subcompact crossover with the addition of the off-road Crosstrek Wilderness. It offers increased ground clearance and other useful trail-riding features, as Headlight.News discovered during a run in the mountainous wilds near Utah’s Zion National Park.