Auto companies are big players when it comes to football’s big game.
Brands love to roll out expensive advertising campaigns, as the Super Bowl gets a massive amount of viewers. Exactly how many? Last year, the NFL’s big game became the most-watched television event in U.S. history with 111.5 million viewers tuning in.
Oddly enough though, many automakers opted out of this year’s game despite the record-setting views last year.
Mitsubishi is teasing a crossover concept that it plans to showcase during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March.
The concept set to debut at the Pal Expo in Switzerland will showcase a new design language that will characterize the company’s future crossovers and SUVs. From the two images, it looks like Mitsubishi plans to follow the current automotive design trend toward more coupe styled vehicles with a tapered rear end.
Safety should be an important consideration for anyone buying a new car, but it’s probably your top priority with a family to haul around.
According to IIHS, there are six midsize cars that are moderately priced and have earned Top Safety Pick+ awards, while nine others have earned Top Safety Pick honors. But just because they’ve all earned accolades from IIHS doesn’t mean they’re all equally safe – some performed better than others in certain crash tests.