10 Best Trends In Vehicles This Week

10 Best Trends In Vehicles This Week

  • 5-Year Forecast for Cars
  • 5-Year Forecast for Trucks
  • 6 Best Trucks to Buy in 2017
  • 6-Year Forecast for Small Cars
  • 6-Year Forecast for SUVs and Crossovers
  • 5-Year Forecast for Cars
  • 5-Year Forecast for Trucks
  • 6-Year Forecast for SUVs and Crossovers
  • 5-Year Forecast for Small Cars
  • 5-Year Forecast for Trucks
  • 6-Year Forecast for SUVs and Crossovers
  • 6-Year Forecast for Small Cars
  • 6-Year Forecast for Trucks
  • (Source: TDII)
  • One of the most over-the-top stats from the data is this one:
  • Only 14% of American households would consider a car that costs more than $100,000.
  • That means only 14% of households are actually capable of paying over $100,000 for a car.
  • According to Car and Driver, the best average selling price for an American-made car is right now at $33,000.
  • And it has been steadily increasing.

What to expect in the next five years

This week we see and hear a lot about the future of transportation. It’s becoming hard to deny it: Cars are not a quaint relic of yesteryear, they are being shaped by the times, responding to everything from expanding demand for ride-sharing services to worries about global warming and the environment. And they’re no longer just defined by their looks or how many horsepower their engines can produce; they’re now being engineered for innovation, creating smart interiors that are more comfortable for occupants, better navigation and more reliable mobile internet connections.

Top 5 trends in cars this week

The Best of Car Tech This Week

The Best of Car Tech This Week

Electric vehicles are already outselling hybrids, and that trend is only expected to continue. The ‘Tesla effect’ is also bringing a healthy dose of ingenuity to the automotive industry.

2018 Honda Clarity Electric vs Nissan Leaf

Electric vehicles are already outselling hybrids, and that trend is only expected to continue. The ‘Tesla effect’ is also bringing a healthy dose of ingenuity to the automotive industry.

Cadillac’s new Super Cruise features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

The Cadillac CT6, a flagship luxury sedan, made its debut last week at the New York International Auto Show. This year, Cadillac is rolling out a number of new products.