Auto shows provide strong evidence to support the following proverb: “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Gearheads from around the world arrive at the Javits Convention Center with eyes alight every Spring to get a look at and learn about the latest and greatest cars available for sale at the New York International Auto Show. The cars change from year to year, of course, but many other things stay pretty much the same. Continue reading >>>
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The New York International Auto Show’s press preview is less than 24 hours away, and CarGurus will once again be in attendance, delivering updates and footage of the show’s most exciting and noteworthy debuts. As we prepare for two whirlwind days of coffee (courtesy of Volvo), jokes (courtesy of Dr. Z), and discarded laundry (courtesy of every automaker pulling sheets off their cars), here are the debuting models we’re excited to see. Continue reading >>>
Today CarGurus officially launches DriverFinder, a revolutionary new feature that gives car shoppers even more assurance that the car they find is right for them. In this age of advanced AI technologies and self-driving cars, the line between cars and people has blurred. CarGurus is now able to leverage these technological advancements to provide a way for shoppers to better communicate with their potential cars. Until today, car shopping left vehicles with no chance to voice their opinions, and now with DriverFinder, CarGurus allows you to take their feelings into consideration. Continue reading >>>
This is an exciting time for all of you rock-hopping, river-traversing, boulder-crushing off-roaders.
What makes now perhaps the best time ever for folks who love to spend their weekends getting dirty?
The upcoming selection of vehicles purpose-built to tackle any road not covered in asphalt, of course.
The stalwarts from Land Rover and the ultra-luxurious Land Cruiser are mainstays as far as off-road capability goes, but the vast majority never see anything dirtier than a manicured gravel road leading to a hidden lake cabin.
If there was any doubt in your mind that autonomous driving features would arrive quickly in consumer vehicles, maybe you should pay attention to CES this year. With the Detroit Auto Show mere days away, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas provides a good opportunity for automakers to show off what their research and development teams are capable of pulling off with some of their more outlandish ideas. Of course, CES is a day of concepts and thematics more than actual car reveals, but it can be a great way to gauge how the automotive industry feels it will evolve given its current trajectory.