Given the luxuriant screen space—48 inches across!—available in the new 2021 Byton M-Byte electric crossover, it might have been tempting to jam ten instrument clusters’ worth of content up there to delight the biggest data geeks. Instead, Byton’s digital product experience director Dré Nitze-Nelson has strived to “declutter” his enormous dash as much as possible
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Over the past few months, Ford has launched a barrage of SUVs, introducing key models like the new Ford Escape, new Explorer, and most recently, the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E—and it’s not done with its SUV assault yet. The latest thing to hit the internet? Our first glimpse at what could be the so-called “baby
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It’s been almost eight years since Suzuki left the U.S. market, and although the declining sales and a weak economy at the time were blamed for its departure, the brand sill had some good products in its lineup. Despite the growing trend of SUVs and crossovers, Suzuki’s core vehicles—save for the Jimny—are still small cars,
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The Hummer SUV brand petered out of existence after General Motors’ bankruptcy proceedings, in 2010, after failing to find a suitable buyer. Nobody, even cash-rich Chinese automakers, wanted anything to do with a brand that embodied the hulking, conspicuously inefficient SUVs that had become toxic the world over. Gas prices were still high, Toyota Priuses
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Our new long-term 2020 Mazda3 hatchback proves we’re not quite ready to accept the automaker’s change of course. In case you’ve missed the news, Mazda is looking to focus less on its sporty and fun image and more on its new path to becoming a legit luxury brand. The new Mazda3 is the first official
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