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.
— Association Also Honors Executives and Industry Standouts — Cambridge, Mass., May 29, 2019 — At its annual awards dinner, held at the MIT Media Lab, the New England Motor Press Association honored four individuals for their outstanding contributions to the automotive industry and awarded trophies for the organization’s annual NEMPA Winter Vehicle, Ragtop and […]
The 2020 Telluride is exactly what Kia needs as it injects high-end style and impressive comfort into its value-conscious image.
Living with a car, if only for a week, exposes its most glaring faults. The tenth-generation Honda Civic doesn’t have many. It’s one of the most popular passenger cars and the nation’s top-selling compact car for the past nine years. But there had been one thing: A volume knob. Specifically, the lack of one. For […]
By Clifford Atiyeh Some automakers are abandoning sedans in the hope that car shoppers will simply move on to more popular crossovers and SUVs. Instead of giving up, Nissan has made the Altima—long one of its best-selling models—a class-leading car for 2019. Members of the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA) gathered at their Boston […]