This week AutomotiveMap stories covered everything from the introduction of a sports car to new hands-free driving tech to one truck debut and a teaser about another. What are readers checking out most often? Scroll down to see.
No. 5 – 2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S: The sleeper beasts of the street get a solid update
It may look like your average school run sedan or wagon, but the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S is anything but. It’s the very definition of a sleeper and there’s few, if any, reason to not love it, especially with all its new model year refinements. Continue reading ->
No. 4 – Post-coronavirus, used car prices in these 10 U.S. cities have dropped the most
New and used car sales fell steeply as the nation closed up shop in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. New analysis from CoPilot, which aggregates car listings data in real-time across 46,000 U.S. dealers, found that retail prices for pre-owned vehicles only fell 3.9 percent nationwide between January and May 2020. Certain metropolitan areas were hit harder than others. Continue reading ->
No. 3 – Do you remember these six lost marques?
Car brands come and go. This year’s London Concours will celebrate the lost marques of car culture, with 12 unique models going on display. Continue reading ->
No. 2 – 480-horsepower 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 revealed with standard 6-speed manual transmission
Ford is looking back to go forward. The Mach 1 name is making its return to the Mustang as the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1. It’s slated to deliver track-ready performance, bridging the gap between the Ford Mustang GT and Shelby models. Continue reading ->
No. 1 – Check out the 2020 Nissan Titan ESPN 97.5’s Joel Blank is driving this week
Photo courtesy of Nissan North America
Joel Blank, co-host of “The Press Box” on ESPN 97.5 Houston and a SportsMap contributor, is test driving the 2020 Nissan Titan PRO-4X this week. Curious about the truck? Continue reading ->