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Turns out limited-production hypercars aren’t necessarily great moneymakers, even when they cost more than $2 million. Automobili Pininfarina shocked audiences at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show with the Battista, an all-electric hyper-GT with nearly 1,900 hp and 1,700 lb-ft of torque. The car’s incredible design and projected performance figures may justify its price tag, but
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The Nissan Versa has been known for its good value, decent interior space, cargo room, and…that’s it. The Versa didn’t really bring anything interesting to the table, but things are changing with the 2020 Nissan Versa, which is getting a good-looking design, more interior space, and lots of safety technologies. What that means is that
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It’s well known that the 2020 Kia Telluride and 2020 Hyundai Palisade are closely related. Sharing underpinnings and powertrain, the two Korean family haulers give their respective brands an entry into the highly competitive three-row crossover segment. But apart from looks, what differentiates these SUV siblings? For starters, their trim level and package strategies. The Palisade
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A massive fire that broke out on the set of an HBO miniseries in Ellenville, New York, early Thursday morning destroyed a used-car dealership and several circa 1990 cars and trucks, including Chevrolet Corvettes and Camaros. The cars were among 27 vintage vehicles that Automobile Magazine New York bureau chief Jamie Kitman had supplied to
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“She said, ‘Hey babe, take a walk on the wild side. …’” —Lou Reed, 1972 What does Ol’ Lou singing tales of gender-bending ’70s Manhattan have to do with me telling you about a genre-bending racetrack performance car? To get straight to the point: Compared to the KTM X-Bow (say “crossbow”), your prized supercar languishing
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Mercedes introduces its latest/greatest tech in the S-Class; Ford rolls out its best and brightest features in top sellers like the Explorer (best-selling SUV of all time, with 7.7 million sold and 3.6 million still on the road) and F-150. Here are six of the best appearing on the new Explorer—some of which trump S-Class
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After we saw the redesigned Navigator, we had high hopes for Lincoln’s smaller three-row, the Aviator. Lincoln met those expectations, and the Aviator was one of our favorite models to debut at the L.A. auto show this year. Technically replacing the MKT in Lincoln’s lineup, the Aviator will face the same competitors as its predecessor when
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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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Long ago, McDonald’s signs kept a running tally of the number of burgers served globally. At the launch of its midcycle enhanced 2019 Volt, Chevrolet triggered my memory of those signs by announcing that drivers of the 140,000 Volts sold to date had logged 2.8 billion electric miles, saving 108 million gallons of gas. That
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The ES is the first Lexus vehicle with Apple CarPlay, and it’s standard on the ES 300h along with Siri Eyes Free voice control. Android Auto is still not offered, but owners of Amazon Alexa-enabled Android phones can take advantage of the service’s car-to-home and home-to-car verbal commands (iPhone compatibility is scheduled for late 2018).
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