The new crossover in Tesla's lineup is not the revolutionary vehicle the company needs.
Deer in the headlights.
The customer is always right, but they can give the wrong answers.
They're rarely profitable and often extremely difficult to engineer. So why do automakers even bother?
From minivans to mid-engined Corvettes, how and why vehicles get the ax.
Bob Lutz on 70 years of Road & Track, and the golden age of the automobile.
How could Ford's Mark Fields compete with Elon Musk's tunnels and spaceships?
The world's most outspoken car guy on pony cars and restomods.
Bob Lutz on an idea that sounds good on the surface, but may be too complex to ever implement.
A change in regulations won't necessarily mean a change from automakers.
Welcome to Bob Lutz's winter of discontent.
Bob Lutz on his most famous creation, along with BMW resting on its laurels and why wagons don't sell in the US.
Hyundai and Kia used to be a joke. Now they're anything but.
The magic of modern car making: Many recipes, few ingredients.
Bob Lutz takes a look at the need for a mid-engined Corvette or Cadillac and more.
GM's former car czar Bob Lutz on what's wrong with Cadillac.
Former BMW exec Bob Lutz thinks the transformation of the BMW brand may be a negative for fans, but a positive for its bottom line.
The quality is what matters, not the name.
Bob Lutz has thoughts on Presidents, Dictators, and Alfa Romeos in this months installment of Go Lutz Yourself.
At least I won't be here to see it.
That and more wisdom from Mr. Bob Lutz.
A Diesel Dictatorship, according to Bob Lutz.
Bob Lutz thinks the writing is on the wall for the EV maker.
That and more in the latest edition of Go Lutz Yourself.
The MVP in a car company? Hint: it's not the CEO.