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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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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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To say that the Tesla Cybertruck generated some strong reactions would be an understatement. No sooner had Team Elon’s latest creation rolled on stage than the internet started to break like a pair of bulletproof windows. Impressions ranged from shock, disgust, intrigue, and all of the above, cutting to the core of enthusiasts’ emotions as
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Two new segment-splitting compact crossovers debuted at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show to vie for adventure-minded drivers’ attention (and dollars): The 2021 Chevrolet Blazer and 2020 Mazda CX-30. The Trailblazer revives a Chevrolet nameplate, albeit with much smaller dimensions, while the CX-30 is a brand-new model to slot in the Mazda lineup. Each addresses
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Pros: Car-of-the-future interior Clever regen braking system Gotta-have-it looks Cons: Less range than a 2013 Tesla Jittery ride It’s just plain heavy Although electric vehicles have twice won our coveted Car of the Year award, electric SUVs continue to come tantalizingly close while falling just short. And whereas the Audi E-Tron is beautifully rendered and
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Hot on the heels of the face-lifted 2020 Titan, the larger 2020 Nissan Titan XD debuts with a refreshed look inspired by the Titan Warrior Concept like its smaller sibling. For 2020, the Nissan Titan XD will only be available as a crew cab with a 6.5-foot bed and four-wheel drive as standard. Two-tone exterior
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If you’re looking for a family vehicle with seating for more than five, chances are you’re in the market for either a minivan or an SUV. The latter segment is currently growing and dominating the automotive industry. Even if you’re looking exclusively at SUVs with a 3rd row, there are plenty to choose from across
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There’s no arguing SUVs are hot right now. They may have ample cargo space, but they usually can’t match lower-riding vehicles when it comes handling. Fortunately, there are many sedans on the market that are both practical and ideal canyon carvers. Keep reading for 11 sporty sedans that we enjoy driving. All of the sporty
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None of it was planned. But somehow, on a Tuesday in late April on the big track at Willow Springs International Raceway, we found ourselves in possession of five vehicles capable of breaking three different lap records. The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ would Challenge the Porsche GT2 RS for the overall production car lap record; both
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If you’re an avid traveler, the idea of road-tripping in a foreign country has probably crossed your mind. It looks awesome, but is it really a good idea? Yes, absolutely, but there are some important things to consider ahead of time. Guidebooks tend to make driving in foreign countries (especially in the developing world) sound
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Let’s play a guessing game. Is this a new Subaru? Maybe a zippy Mazda? Ford Explorer? Wrong, wrong, and wrong. This fresh new face is the 2020 Toyota Highlander, which abandons its benign family-hauler look and gets a complete makeover. <!– –>   Moving the midsize SUV to Toyota’s TNGA global architecture, which underpins everything
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