Month: November 2018

Genesis showed off the revised G90 in Korea this week. The flagship sedan receives some big design changes as well as technology updates. The Genesis G90 adopts a new crest-shaped grille that comes to a sharp point at the bottom. On either side are new quad head lamps with a G-Matrix pattern. This pattern imitates light reflecting
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Our annual Of The Year awards celebrate the very best car, truck, SUV, and auto industry personality. They also capture a moment in time and serve as reminders, upon future reflection, that excellence comes in all shapes, sizes, and magnitudes. Some years we recognize a localized peak—a game changer whose impact is felt more deeply
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We’re exactly one week away from the reveal of the 2020 Kia Soul, and we have a pretty good idea what it will look like thanks to this new teaser. Kia has also dropped more information on engines and trim levels. The Soul adopts more of a crossover appearance up front. When viewed form the side
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My big GLE gripe involves Mercedes-Benz’s new MBUX telematics system, which is too complicated by half. For instance, if you go 56 mph in a 55 zone, a speed limit icon flashes at you. You can turn it off, but it took minutes. Something like that should take seconds. There’s also a Google Voice/Amazon Echo-like
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My better half, the Applied Arts major, got way out ahead of me on this technology by investing in nine cryptocurrencies ranging from well-known names like Bitcoin and Ethereum to whimsical ones like Aragon, Dragonchain, and Golem Network. All cryptocurrencies utilize blockchain technology, which relies on a distributed ledger method of record-keeping rather than centralized
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BMW is conducting final tests on the M8 coupe before it heads to series production. The automaker has revealed that the car will pack more than 600 hp from its twin-turbocharged V-8 engine. The potent flagship is now undergoing testing at the Estoril grand prix racing circuit in Portugal. Being an M model, of course,
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Acura boasts that the ILX has a high percentage of Millennial buyers compared to rivals in the segment. If that’s true, then it’s a good thing Acura refreshed the ILX with a more youthful look for 2019. Sporty cues help the small sedan keep pace with winsome entries from Audi, BMW, Mercedes, and Volvo. But is updating
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