2015 Auto Show


The new Renegade looks… adorable. From a distance.

BMW i3

My best in show would be the interior of the BMW i3. Unexpected materials and new lines make for something that feels more like a living room of the future than a car.

Ford Explorer

Small changes can make an big impact, and the revised front end of the Ford Explorer is a perfect example. What was once grotesque in my book is now quite solid.


On to the bad, this camouflage of the D-pillar bulk by Nissan for the Murano is silly. And it seems to becoming the next trend with neon-like digital lighting (which I actually dig immensely).


The checkmarkification of Lexus continues.


Toyota and their luxury brand need to take a step back from the grill methinks.