(Clifford Atiyeh/NEMPA) By Gerry Miles Do you remember the Titan? No, not the inspirational football movie with Denzel Washington. This is the Nissan Titan pickup truck that debuted in 2003 sharing the same platform as the Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56 SUVs. Made in Mississippi, the large Titan went mostly unchanged until 2015, when […]
Alongside all-new models including the Nautilus, Navigator, and Corsair, the Aviator is a strong addition to the Lincoln fleet—and by our take so far, certainly worth the $80,000-plus asking price that top trims command.
Cadillac is refocused and doubling down on its product. But above all, the Cadillac team led by GM veteran Michael Albano is putting people first.
This year, more than two dozen cars entered the 90-mile tour from the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline to the Colony Hotel in Kennebunkport.
NEMPA welcomed president Martin Fritsches of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars North America to Boston, where one of his company’s 37 U.S. dealers serves customers across New England. On hand were two exquisite examples of the Phantom sedan and the first Roll-Royce SUV, the Cullinan, along with communications director Gerry Spahn.
For 2019, NEMPA once again invited a panel of leading experts to the MIT Media Lab, one of the nation’s preeminent research centers for software and technology, to discuss the social, ethical, and technical challenges in bringing self-driving, self-aware cars to reality.