2019 Hyundai Santa Fe debuts with handsome look, diesel mill

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe debuts with handsome look, diesel mill

Follow Viknesh Hyundai on Thursday released full details and photos on its redesigned Santa Fe ahead of the sales launch this summer. The SUV, whose formal debut will take place on March More »

Hennessey Exorcist Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 tops out at 217 MPH

Hennessey Exorcist Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 tops out at 217 MPH

Hennessey Performance Engineering revealed the 1,000-horsepower Exorcist Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 last April, and since then the car’s become an assailing answer to Dodge’s Challenger Demon, even if it’s not an OEM package. More »

Morgan teases 50th Anniversary Plus 8

Morgan teases 50th Anniversary Plus 8

Follow Viknesh Morgan will use next month’s 2018 Geneva International Motor Show to introduce the Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition. As the name suggests, the car, of which just 50 units will More »

Ferrari 488 Pista revealed, packs same power as McLaren 720S

Ferrari 488 Pista revealed, packs same power as McLaren 720S

Follow Viknesh Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has now released official details on the hardcore version of its 488 GTB. It goes by the name 488 Pista, and we’ll see it for the More »

BMW M4 Convertible 30 Jahre Edition marks 30 years since the first M3 drop-top

BMW M4 Convertible 30 Jahre Edition marks 30 years since the first M3 drop-top

BMW’s M division began to celebrate its various anniversaries with special models in 2014, but the party goes on. On Tuesday, the German automaker revealed the M4 Convertible 30 Jahre Edition, which More »

 

2019 Ford Ranger marks Ford's return to mid-size pickup market

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As the domestic automakers chased bigger profits on their full-size trucks ’round about a decade ago, they let their mid-size pickups die on the vine. One of the casualties was the Ford Ranger, and it slipped into that good night after the 2011 model year. An international version of the Ranger was actually born in

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2019 Chevrolet Silverado: lighter, stronger, and smarter

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] It was a helicopter that delivered our first look at the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, but General Motors’ best-selling pickup was really delivered on the wind of change. The new Chevy Silverado pickup broke cover Saturday night ahead of the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and gave

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2019 Audi A1 spy shots

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Follow Viknesh Engineers from Audi are out testing prototypes for a new generation of the A1 subcompact hatchback. The current A1 debuted in 2010 and sadly was never offered in the United States. We’re afraid there’s also little chance we’ll see the redesigned model as Audi has ruled out launching anything smaller than the A3

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Jurassic G-Class: Mercedes-Benz encases original model to mark SUV's second coming

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As of Friday, locals passing by Detroit’s Cobo Hall, where the Detroit auto show takes place, will see something mighty peculiar. To mark the introduction of the second-generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class as a 2019 model the brand has constructed a 49-ton synthetic resin display with a 1979 G-Class wagon inside it. We could say it’s of

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Discriminatory financing found at auto dealerships

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UPDATED: 1/12/18 4:26 pm ET — adds details A report released Thursday by the National Fair Housing Alliance alleged that it found racially discriminatory pricing tactics in car financing by dealerships. The report, which focuses on indirect lending whereby dealerships help to arrange financing from lenders, found stark differences in the way that white and nonwhite

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Jaguar Land Rover invests in self-driving startup Voyage

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Follow Viknesh There’s no shortage of startups looking to be among the first to develop safe and reliable self-driving systems to power fleets of potentially lucrative self-driving taxis. Among them is America’s Voyage, which was formed by ex-engineers of Apple and Alphabet and on Thursday received $ 3 million in funding from Jaguar Land Rover.

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