0:07 AAA Calls for Adaptive Driving Beam Headlights
0:55 China EV Bubble About to Burst?
2:15 Nissan Upgrades GT-R NISMO
3:06 Nissan Celebrates 50 Years of GT-R & Z Car
3:19 Toyota Refreshes the Highlander
4:07 New Genesis Concept Is Minty Fresh
4:41 Jaguar Updates the XE
5:52 Lincoln Corsair Walkaround

Story Links:
- AAA Wants Adaptive Headlights: newsroom.aaa.com/2019/04/research-european-headlight-technology-us-low-beam-safety/

- China EV Bubble: www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-14/the-18-billion-electric-car-bubble-at-risk-of-bursting-in-china

- Upgraded Nissan GT-R NISMO: newsroom.nissan-global.com/releases/release-fc1499a2382c4bfa3a35929160142f7b-2020-nissan-gt-r-nismo-strengthens-grip-on-speed

- 50th Anniversary GT-R: newsroom.nissan-global.com/releases/release-fc1499a2382c4bfa3a35929160153947-nissan-gt-r-50th-anniversary-edition-debuts-in-new-york

- 50th Anniversary Z: newsroom.nissan-global.com/releases/release-fc1499a2382c4bfa3a3592916013222e-nissan-celebrates-50-years-of-the-z-car-with-2020-370z

- New Toyota Highlander: toyotanews.pressroom.toyota.com/releases/world-premiere-of-all-new-2020-highlander-at-new-york-international-auto-show.htm

- Genesis Mint Concept: www.genesisnewsusa.com/en-us/releases/146

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Comments

    • James Simmons
      James Simmons

      Boy talk about click bait. I want to hear about the Lincoln as the title of the video says. But where is it? How many other cars do I have to look at before I can see it? And that guy's voice is irritating too. If you people are going to title the video as being about one car then make it a true statement. I give up. I have no interest in listening about all the rest.

      about 12 days ago
    • bootfan !!
      bootfan !!

      As the other driver, Adaptive Driving Beam Headlights suck! I don't need my retinas seared by these damn things.

      about 17 days ago
    • dlwatib
      dlwatib

      That Mint is one beautiful concept. It doesn't look at all like a dinky little city car. Put a traditional hatch on it and put it into production, Genesis!

      about 19 days ago
    • Mark Keller
      Mark Keller

      You want better headlights??? First step: Go back to using glass lenses. They don't yellow, they don't scratch as easily and you aren't saving much in vehicle weight by using plastic lenses.

      about 1 month ago
    • Arjel Agustin
      Arjel Agustin

      Mint eh? Genesis where is the Parsley and Tyme?

      about 1 month ago
    • Arjel Agustin
      Arjel Agustin

      Hell, China itself is about to burst....

      about 1 month ago
    • grandpa5x Pulliam
      grandpa5x Pulliam

      Ain’t that slick, luggage or people, slide the back seat forward for luggage or slide it back to carry people. That sounds like A FORD BETTER IDEA to me!

      about 1 month ago
    • dMb
      dMb

      The problem with headlights is not that they don't put out enough light. Switching to highbeams as the default won't improve much, IMO. And god help pedestrians, cyclists, and anyone out at night whom the car doesn't recognize.

      about 1 month ago
    • Cesar Trujillo
      Cesar Trujillo

      Are there any good EV reveals?

      about 1 month ago
    • tecnocato
      tecnocato In reply to Cesar Trujillo

      Cesar Trujillo Just go to 1:59 and you’ll see one but with a gasoline engine in it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Faruk Carushi
      Faruk Carushi

      Lincoln, still putting lipstick on the pig.

      about 1 month ago
    • Miro Kefurt
      Miro Kefurt

      Corsair ?
      a pirate.
      synonyms: pirate, buccaneer, marauder, raider, plunderer, freebooter, privateer;
      but it rhymes very well with


      Corvair...............

      about 1 month ago
    • Zeal of Sparta
      Zeal of Sparta In reply to Miro Kefurt

      I believe the name is more of a reference to the Vought F4U Corsair fighter plane from WW2. At least that's is what I think of when I hear the name Corsair. Also the designers over at Lincoln seem to also like aviation and navigation so I am inclined the think that is the case.

      about 1 month ago
    • sahiel5
      sahiel5

      i like that lincoln

      about 1 month ago
    • Skyhawk1987Turbo
      Skyhawk1987Turbo

      Lincoln is on a great move! That much HP is king, beats lame bmw and Mercedes

      about 1 month ago
    • Dan Reidy
      Dan Reidy

      EV'S RF emissions cause BRAIN TUMORS

      about 1 month ago
    • andy feimster
      andy feimster In reply to Dan Reidy

      +dlwatib or perhaps commenting on YouTube videos?

      about 19 days ago
    • andy feimster
      andy feimster In reply to Dan Reidy

      +dlwatib I hear you but I must point out that living is the most hazardous thing we all do!

      about 19 days ago
    • dlwatib
      dlwatib In reply to Dan Reidy

      Don't feed the trolls.

      about 19 days ago
    • andy feimster
      andy feimster In reply to Dan Reidy

      Gas fumes cause many more cancers!

      about 1 month ago
    • Cameron Sours
      Cameron Sours

      Corsair 2nd row fold flat?

      about 1 month ago
    • ThisIsMrJ
      ThisIsMrJ

      Yeah, that highlander is meh. Like an elongated RAV4. Tacoma, rav4, and Highlander front grill all look similar.

      about 1 month ago
    • Brighty McBrightface
      Brighty McBrightface In reply to ThisIsMrJ

      Hybrids are selling in these crossovers and I think the RAV4 hybrid is/was sold out ...
      https://www.toyota.com/rav4hybrid/
      I don't like the look of any of these all that much, but the Lincoln Aviator as a PHEV is probably the best (for my purposes) while the Corsair is too small, and the Tesla Model Y (the Y is for Yawn) is two years away and based on the 3, which is already 2 years old ... )
      The industry statistics indicate the CUV segment is the most popular, but the vehicles are boring ... at least, well, this one has some more horsepower.

      about 1 month ago
    • The Biker Bug
      The Biker Bug

      Hooray finally improving the Headlights in the STATES...Don’t know who is designing the cars at Toyota but they need a kick in the Butt. Nothing WOWS anymore, they are really vanilla. Ford is designing its cars in the following Manner (Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and Big Gulp) all SUV’s are the same just a little bigger than the last one. LOL

      about 1 month ago
    • NileshR12
      NileshR12

      Genesis better have the GV80 on the show floor at the NY Auto Show to show that they're working on bringing crossovers & SUVs to their lineup

      about 1 month ago
    • Jonathan Brown
      Jonathan Brown

      280 hp in the corsair makes cadillac and bmw 240 hp pale in comparison.

      about 1 month ago
    • dlwatib
      dlwatib In reply to Jonathan Brown

      Nobody really cares about hp numbers. What we care about are 0-60 times and top speeds. To the extent that anybody cares about hp, its only as a proxy for top speed. Torque is also a good number to look at because it indicates load-pulling power if you want to pull a trailer.

      These days it's fairly commonplace to achieve 500 hp or more. 240 and 280 hp both pale in comparison.

      about 19 days ago
    • John Smith
      John Smith

      An unnecessary added expense.

      about 1 month ago
    • aurelio milaor cabal
      aurelio milaor cabal

      I have been saying for quite a while that China s Gov't are going to weed out the bad BEVs and nurture the viable ones, BYD , Geely , Great Wall will survive , Nio has a good chance smaller ones which do not meet crash & safety standards of the West are going to disappear China has Fiefdoms and each region supports its Auto industry . Listen to Sandy Munros s interview in Autoline After hours #458, 1.5 hours long but very insightful how things will workout there, just as there are winners & losers in the Cellphone and Telecoms there , so will be in the BEV Auto Industry . Today China , Tomorrow the world then USA. Detroit you've been warned!!

      about 1 month ago
    • aurelio milaor cabal
      aurelio milaor cabal In reply to aurelio milaor cabal

      +Earl Pottinger I have friends from Mainland China and HongKong , The Company i used to work for almost 30 years ago was Mitsubishi Elec,. we had factories there , our managers & CEO would take trips and tell us cities would appear almost overnite, just as Sandy describes, and that was in the late 80s, the China of today is much different as they are more educated and more capitalistic than those generations of mostly farmers that we used to hire for our Electronics factories, Detroit has no clue that they are about to see their Kodak moment.

      about 1 month ago
    • Earl Pottinger
      Earl Pottinger In reply to aurelio milaor cabal

      Yes, China did what it had to do start up the companies, now is the time to weed out the weak ones to get ready to really expand.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andy's Shop
      Andy's Shop

      Someone call the tow truck

      about 1 month ago
    • Brighty McBrightface
      Brighty McBrightface

      7:55 I thought all the automakers got rid of the scripted marketing babble, but it seems to be creeping back in.

      about 1 month ago
    • dlwatib
      dlwatib In reply to Brighty McBrightface

      The marketing force is thick at Lincoln. They're trying really hard but they haven't a clue what makes a luxury brand. It's actually pretty remarkable how terrible Lincoln has been during my lifetime. For most of my life they've sold only half the cars Cadillac has.

      about 19 days ago
    • tecnocato
      tecnocato In reply to Brighty McBrightface

      Brighty McBrightface Ha, ha, noticed it too. I sensed a little Dilbert corporate jargon processing in it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Aurora Jones
      Aurora Jones

      I totally dig the Mint. Build it!

      about 1 month ago
    • Aurora Jones
      Aurora Jones

      This is the fruit being bared from the selling of Jag and Landrover years back allowing for a huge injection of cash giving us this killer line up of SUV's. Love it Lincoln.

      about 1 month ago
    • Brighty McBrightface
      Brighty McBrightface In reply to Aurora Jones

      Ford sold JLR to Tata for a huge loss (billions) losing $15B in two years (2007/8) then paid $600M to Tata to balance the books ... 10 years ago ... fomoco was nearing collapse during the depression (euphemistically called a Great Recession) and has moved on since the Range Rover design (and technology) which I think is dated BMW hand-me-down's even then and proved wildly expensive compared to their own R&D, which now, 10 years late, is a good (not great) power train selection (mostly their own technology) and dated 2010 cabin trims that need a major refresh ... they don't have an EV and they're 10 years (!) behind the market on PHEVs ... so I applaud the use of the Lincoln brand to finally get going and I hope the next F150 (as a PHEV or BEV) is a compelling product that competes against Tesla/Rivian/Atlis (and others) because these old US carmakers have given up their product families and shrunk back to one last stronghold of revenues (light and heavy commercial vehicles.) If they start to lose pickup sales the way they've all lost sedan sales to Tesla, with so many EV marques arriving in 2020-22, it doesn't look good for the blue oval and bow-tie brands.

      about 1 month ago
    • Zeal of Sparta
      Zeal of Sparta In reply to Aurora Jones

      The lift gate looks a bit different to me but I like that they kept the clam shell design where there is no cut line in the taillights. +Aurora Jones

      about 1 month ago
    • Aurora Jones
      Aurora Jones In reply to Aurora Jones

      Did they keep back because of the investment in tooling for that liftgate...what was it hydroforming? Thats the only hold over from last gen.

      about 1 month ago
    • Richard Rybarczyk
      Richard Rybarczyk

      Got to give Lincoln some credit for building vehicles that look great. The Corsair is going to be a good seller, the interior looks fresh and comfortable. Great job Lincoln!

      about 1 month ago
    • dlwatib
      dlwatib In reply to Richard Rybarczyk

      The interior has some nice features, but the vehicle is a yawner. It's yet another entrant in an over-crowded field. I just can't get excited about it. It's not bad, it's just not a standout in a market where it's necessary to be a standout. They thought they were being so clever and unique with their floating roof design, but practically every small SUV and crossover in the market has a floating roof design.

      about 19 days ago
    • Dennis W
      Dennis W In reply to Richard Rybarczyk

      Going to be built in my hometown of Louisville KY too

      about 1 month ago