Monday, August 21, 2017
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Highlight: The second and third row seats can be reconfigured using an App or the main touchscreen display from inside the New Discovery.
Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $82,300 (Base Model: $50,985)
Seating Capacity: 5 or 7
Standard Safety Features: ABS; airbags; a rearview camera; a rear parking aid; rear sensing windshield wipers; a tire pressure monitoring system; a stability control system; a traction control system; a compact spare tire; daytime running lights; perimeter alarm; and a hill start assist system
Monday, August 14, 2017
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Highlight: A night vision assistant to detect pedestrians and large animals is available for the first time.
Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $59,450 (base 2.0T-liter AWD $50,875)
Seating Capacity: 7
Standard Safety Features: airbags; ABS; LED daytime running lights; electronic stability control system; electronic parking brake; front and rear parking sensors; a rear camera; an automatic forward collision braking system; and a tire pressure monitoring system
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Highlight: This is the only vehicle in the segment, offering an automatic assist system for both parallel and perpendicular parking.
Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $46,980 (Base Model: $29,845)
Seating Capacity: 5
Standard Safety Features: ABS; airbags; an electronic brake distribution system; an electronic stability control system; a rear view camera; a hill start assist system; and a tire pressure monitoring system
Base Standard Features: 18-inch wheels; a 6-speed automatic transmission; a push button ignition starter; a cargo net; single zone a/c system; leather-wrapped gear shift knob; manually operated front bucket seats; cloth seats; steering wheel paddle shifters; a manually operated tilt/telescopic steering wheel; rear cargo tie down nets; and Ford’s SYNC system
Monday, August 7, 2017
Friday, August 4, 2017
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Recently, Edward Welburn was inducted into the Automotive Hall Of Fame. Being inducted into this prestigious club is like receiving a medal of honor from the President of the United States. Its truly the pinnacle of one's career. Welburn, who spent his 44-year career at GM, had to take a non traditional patch to becoming a car designer. Welburn, who was rejected by every design school in the 60s, according to an interview he conducted with Ebony Magazine, landed at Howard University, a Historically Black College and University.