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The 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Will Have A 600-Mile Range

It took just four years for Toyota to double sales of the RAV4. That’s a phenomenal achievement and one the Japanese carmaker would love to maintain. Realistically, that rate of growth won’t be sustained, but with the reveal of the all-new […]

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Hyundai’s Luxury Brand Genesis Reveal its Super Fast Electric Sports car

Meet the Genesis Essentia, the Hyundai luxury brand’s rival to the likes of the Tesla Model S and Porsche Mission E. The South Korean company used the 2018 New York motor show to pull the wraps off the striking GT-style […]

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Revealed: Maserati’s Fastest SUV

Maserati has filled out its Levante family with a Ferrari-powered version of its SUV. Revealed at the New York motor show, the Levante Trofeo will sit above the diesel Levante and the V6-powered Levante S that has recently gone on-sale […]

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Mitsubishi Reveals its Updated Pajero Sport

Mitsubishi has given its family-hauler a mild makeover. The Japanese brand has upped the safety credentials of the Pajero Sport by adding autonomous emergency braking as standard across the range along with adaptive cruise control. Mitsubishi is also adding a five-seat GLS variant to the range, […]

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No more V12 engines for Mercedes-AMG

We were granted a bit of time with the head of Mercedes-AMG, Tobias Moers, during the New York Auto Showlast week. Among other topics, we asked him about AMG’s famed V12 engines and whether they have much of a future with AMG. It […]

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Infiniti Working On New Infotainment System With Larger Display

But it won’t be launched until 2021. Meanwhile, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity is due next year. While the screens inside our cars are getting bigger and bigger, the number of physical buttons is decreasing. A relevant and recent […]

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Last Opportunity To Buy The Final Real G-Wagon

Mercedes-Benz unveiled the second-generation G-Class at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit earlier this year. It’s the first redesign the model has received since its launch in 1979. The two may look the same, but underneath is a thoroughly […]

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Porsche to Charge Emmission E Customers For Electricity Like Gasoline

Porsche says it won’t offer electric vehicle owners access to a free charging network. Instead, the German maker of fine sports cars says it expects its new fast charge network to generate a profit. From day one of Stuttgart’s involvement […]

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Uber Disabled Volvo Safety Features Before Fatal Crash

As investigations into the recent fatal Uber crash, in which a self-driving Volvo XC40 Uber taxi struck and killed 49-year old Elaine Herzberg in Tempe, Arizona, continue, questions are being asked about what caused the accident and if it could have been […]

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Honda to Stop Accord Production Due To Bloated Inventories

Early this month we learned that sales of the all-new Honda Accord have been less than stellar. Because of a combination of factors, mainly the lack of incentives, potential customers are opting for the competition instead, mainly the also highly regarded […]

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