The second-generation Nautilus undergoes a refresh yet again, this time primarily focusing on the cabin and technology.
Cadillac is set on changing the conversation and getting a seat at the table with models like the first-ever CT4-V.
The electrified sedan gets a little more refined with enhancements to the infotainment and safety tech.
While Mazda’s flagship CX-9 is still in its second generation, the automaker recently rolled out two fresh special edition models. One of them is the Kuro Edition, which means Black in Japanese, and as you can probably guess is completely decked out in a smoky theme.
Think modern day Cadillacs are still the same cars your grandfather drove around in? The 2020 CT5-V would like a word.
We want the driver to always have this subconscious sense of confidence or connection while driving the car because it has the potential to let you go very, fast with very little effort,” said Mazda R&D powertrain manager Jay Chen during a virtual product presentation.