Craigslist will add $5 fee for private-party car listings on April 15 - Roadshow (page 5)

The German company has announced plans to take on Tesla’s Model X in China. Volkswagen has announced that it will begin building a fully electric SUV in China in 2021, reports CNBC. The German automaker showed off the SUV, called the ID ROOMZZ, in Shanghai on Sunday. The ID ROOMZZ will have three rows of seats as well as an operating range of 450 kilometers on a single charge. It will also be capable of “level 4 autonomous driving,” according to a Volkswagen spokesperson.Read Full Story

Craigslist will add $5 fee for private-party car listings on April 15 - Roadshow

It should hopefully cut down on shady ads and such.

Fri 12 Apr 19 from CNET

Volkswagen Atlas Basecamp is an outdoorsy New York Auto Show concept - Roadshow

The upgraded crossover comes with its own camper trailer.

Fri 12 Apr 19 from CNET

No touching: Honda will display crash-tested 2019 HR-V in New York - Roadshow

Seriously, don't touch it. Look at all those sharp bits!

Thu 11 Apr 19 from CNET

Car navigation systems: Should you order the factory GPS on a new car? - Roadshow

We love CarPlay and Android Auto, but there are reasons to go for the factory nav option.

Thu 11 Apr 19 from CNET

2019 Infiniti Q50 Signature brings lots of standard equipment to New York - Roadshow

Lots of the Q50's optional bits are now included.

Thu 11 Apr 19 from CNET

The Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo—to hybrid or not to hybrid?

The Panamera Turbo comes in two flavors, and the more powerful one is a hybrid.

Thu 11 Apr 19 from Arstechnica

Volkswagen and Telsa will battle it out in China to be electric SUV king

The German company has announced plans to take on Tesla’s Model X in China. Volkswagen has announced that it will begin building a fully electric SUV in China in 2021, reports CNBC. The ...

Mon 15 Apr 19 from Fastcompany Tech

This camper van features not just one, but two sleeping pods in its cozy interior

While most DIY van conversions end up as just one project, Oxford-based Jack Richens and Lucy Hedges took their passion for transforming camper vans into contemporary homes on wheels and turned ...

Fri 12 Apr 19 from Inhabitat

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