This month Strategic Vision added three Dodge vehicles to its list of ‘Most Loved Vehicles in America’: the Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango. In order to make the list, a vehicle must represent a strong emotional bond with its owner.
For the second year, the Toyota Mobility Foundation and Net Impact will be teaming up for the Next Generation Mobility Challenge. This competition is designed to inspire millennials to come up with critical solutions to mobility needs. This year the focus will be on social equity and inclusion.
The Toyota Mobility Foundation was founded in 2014 to encourage more people to go more places. Their goals go hand-in-hand with Net Impact, who wish to be a force for social and environmental change.
If you’re in the market for a minivan it’s likely that you have a large family to take care of. That means that you probably want the safest ride available for your children. Chrysler recognizes that desire and happily answers the call with the new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, the only minivan to earn an IIHS Top Safety Pick+.
As the automotive industry makes the slow transition from fossil fuels to electric motors, one of the biggest obstacles has been driving range. You can’t charge a battery as quickly as you can fill a gas tank, and the engines haven’t been able to hold a charge for as long as a tank of gas can burn. Chevrolet is stepping up to solve this conundrum, however, offering an intelligent design for the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt that will help charge the battery as you drive.
Teenagers have the capacity to get into quite a bit of trouble during those formative years of adolescence, which gives parents a long list of things to worry about. However, a recent Harris Poll survey commissioned by Chevrolet found that about 55% of parents worry more about their teen driving than any other subject of parental stress, including drugs and alcohol or academic performance.