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What’s Better For The Environment: Diesel Or Battery-Electric?

A recent study by a German research organization, ifo Schnelldienst, compared the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions performance of a Mercedes C 220d diesel and a Tesla Model 3, and perhaps not surprisingly, the conclusion included, “Considering Germany’s current energy mix and the amount of energy used in battery production, the CO2 emissions of battery-electric vehicles […]

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Toyota’s Research Institute In China Will Study Hydrogen, Green Tech

Toyota said on Sunday it was setting up a research institute in Beijing in partnership with Tsinghua University to study car technology using hydrogen power and other green technologies that could ease environmental problems in China. The initiative, outlined by Toyota’s President and Chief Executive Akio Toyoda in a speech at Tsinghua University, is part […]

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Volkswagen Testing Highly-Automated Driving in Hamburg

Volkswagen Group Research is testing automated vehicles in urban traffic in Hamburg. This is the first time Volkswagen has begun to test automated driving to Level 4 at real driving conditions in a major German city. From now, a fleet of five e-Golf, equipped with laser scanners, cameras, ultrasonic sensors and radars, will drive on […]

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2019 BMW X7: 10 Cool Features On BMW’s New Luxury SUV

Like many high-end luxury vehicles, BMW packed the X7 full of all sorts of cool and interesting features. Not all of them are unique to X7, but if you’re in the market for a three-row luxury SUV, they definitely make the X7 a more appealing option. Read on to see what stood out to us […]

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Here’s Why Mitsubishi Doesn’t Make Performance Cars Anymore

Despite previously offering performance cars such as the 3000GT, Eclipse, and even the Galant VR4, Mitsubishi’s current lineup is full of lackluster crossovers and one uninspiring subcompact. Even the Eclipse Cross, which was supposed to bring back the Eclipse name in sporty CUV form, came up short on the fun. Over the last several years, […]

2019 Jaguar F Pace

Jaguar To Trim Lineup To Cut Costs

Jaguar has confirmed that the XF Sportbrake is here to stay. “The current Jaguar XF Sportbrake remains in the lineup and is available at retailers and for ordering, including for the upcoming 2020 Model Year which should be announced soon,” a Jaguar spokeswoman said. “This should be good news for wagon enthusiasts.” The automaker clarified […]

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Piech Mark Zero Is A 603-HP All-Electric Grand Tourer

The picture I’ve seen of the very first Porsche booth at the 1949 Geneva motor show clearly shows Ferry Porsche (Ferdinand’s son) as well as the former’s sister, Louise Porsche. Louise wound up marrying Porsche’s lawyer and business partner, Anton Piëch. You may have heard of one of their sons—Ferdinand, the genius engineer behind things […]

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Audi Q4 E-Tron Concept Set For Geneva Debut

Audi has released first design sketches of next all-electric model to bear the e-tron, the Q4 e-tron concept SUV, set to be revealed at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The Audi Q4 e-tron concept provides a glimpse of the next stage of Audi electric mobility and is due to be presented as a volume-production vehicle […]

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Volkswagen Could Add A Jetta R To The Lineup

The 2019 Chicago Auto Show proved to be a good place to catch up on some Volkswagen product plans and news. VW used the show to finally show the 2019 Jetta GLI which ups the power considerably from the conventional Jetta. We are talking 80 more horsepower by replacing the 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with […]

TVR Griffith 2020

TVR Griffith Production Pushed Back Until 2020

If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the U.K. ‘s newest sports car, the TVR Griffith, we have some bad news. There’s been another delay. Originally set to go on sale in 2017, the delivery date was pushed back to early 2019. And now it’s been pushed back to 2020. AutoRAI confirmed the delay […]