2021 Acura Tlx Vs Bmw 3 Series, Audi A4, Genesis G70, Volvo S60

2021 Acura TLX vs BMW 3 Series, Audi A4, Genesis G70, Volvo S60

The 2021 Acura TLX has been revealed, and it looks superb. We also have a handful of hard numbers, so you know that we've got to take a look at how they compare to the competition. As we only have numbers for the base turbocharged four-cylinder model, we're only looking at similarly equipped competitors. And with the small to midsize luxury sedan segment burgeoning these days, we've selected a mix of rear-drive, front-drive and all-wheel-drive options to compare to this front-drive-based sedan. You can see the raw numbers below, and a summary of them under that.

2021 Toyota Supra: Relationship With Bmw, Timing And Future Versions

2021 Toyota Supra: Relationship with BMW, timing and future versions

Toyota held a news briefing today on the 2021 Toyota Supra for the press. It threw a bunch of information out, including details on how it intends to keep the model fresh every year, the company's ongoing relationship with BMW, and when we should expect to see the refreshed 2021 Supra models hit dealerships.

Jack Hollis, Toyota Group VP and GM, bolstered our learning about new Supra versions and changes coming down the road. The goal is to avoid sales hitting a wall and falling off over time.

Autoblog Podcast #620: Mazda6, Lexus Ux 250h, Honda Cr-v, Bmw Z3, And Coronavirus

Autoblog Podcast #620: Mazda6, Lexus UX 250h, Honda CR-V, BMW Z3, and coronavirus

In this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by West Coast Editor James Riswick and Road Test Editor Zac Palmer. First, they talk about the cars that have been in their driveways, like the Mazda6, Lexus UX 250h and Honda CR-V, as well as Riswick's own BMW Z3 (where he actually recorded the podcast from). Then they discuss the news, which includes car dealers moving to digital commerce and other updates about — you guessed it — coronavirus, and how it's affecting the automotive industry. Finally, they take to Twitter to help a follower choose a weekend convertible for long, isolated drives in this week's "Spend My Money" segment.