Detroit's annual celebration of all things automotive is well underway, and the list of announcements is long: there's a big new Lincoln, a high-end Lexus coupe, an unexpected sports coupe from Buick, and a whole lot more. Stay tuned right here for everything coming out of NAIAS 2016.
And the President wants to put $4 billion into connected car programs over the next decade
Lexus is the Rodney Dangerfield of the automotive world. No matter what the company does, it never seems to get any respect.The company revealed the LC 500 sports coupe yesterday at the Detroit Auto Show. This two door, which has two small rear seats, has been in the works since the LF-LC concept was presented in Detroit four years ago.
And that might be a good thing
We'll get six Genesis models by 2020