We’ll be getting our hands on some new crossovers this week as well as some high end European luxury vehicles and a pair of sports cars. Get your preview of the upcoming reviews you’ll see on the site, right here.
“Two doors, big V6 engines, rear-wheel drive and a proper manual transmission. This week I am comparing the 2015 Nissan 370Z head-to-head with the Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8. Can Hyundai beat Nissan at a game the Japanese brand has been playing for decades?”
I’m driving the Volvo XC90 this week and one of the things I’m most excited about finding out is what its infotainment system is like. So many automakers still can’t get this right, and Volvo is trying to revolutionize how people interact with their cars. I grew up with Volvos, and I can’t wait to see how different this one is.
I’ll also be in France for the first drive of the all-new Mercedes GLC, which replaces the boxy GLK. I’ll be one of the first journalists in the world to drive it, so stay tuned for my full report!
“This week I’ll be evaluating the redesigned 2016 Hyundai Tucson in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It’ll be interesting to see how improved this family-friendly crossover is for the new model year. Look for a full review and video early next week when the embargo lifts.”