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2016 Toyota Prius Leak (1)

Spotted: The all-new 2016 Toyota Prius was caught recently undisguised

Hey, guess what treehuggers and hippies, a new Toyota Prius is coming and recently, the Prius Club of Malaysia recently was able to snag some pictures of the new 2016 Toyota Prius, uncovered, during transit int he hull of some cargo plane. Due for a reveal sometime next week, the new 2016 Prius is destined to enter […]

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Report: A new Honda Civic to debut on September 16 at two simultaneous events

Not too long ago at the 2015 New York International Auto Show, Honda revealed a jaw-dropping, eye-catching new Civic Coupe Concept and caught everyone by surprise. As a result, it was only a matter of time until Honda was to begin sharing more details about the launch of the production version of the Civic Coupe […]

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Report: Lexus currently developing an LS-based fuel-cell vehicle

Hydrogen fuel-cells are beginning to catch on again for a possible new trend in the quest for alternative propulsion as word from AutomotiveNews says Lexus is in the process of developing a hydrogen fuel-cell-powered LS sedan. Supposedly scheduled for a reveal at the Tokyo Olympic Summer Games in 2020, the new model will be based on the […]

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Spy Shots: Is this revised Honda CR-Z what we should expect next?

The Honda CR-Z has been with us since 2010 and you may have forgotten about it because, well, it’s a bit of a slow seller. And according to automotive press coverage on the model, the CR-Z isn’t exactly a very a compelling vehicle since it doesn’t exactly fulfill its premise of being an affordable, sporty […]

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Report: Is Henrik Fisker getting back into a car startup again?

You may remember Henrik Fisker, the individual solely responsible for Fisker Automotive, or the premiere startups responsible for making one of the world’s first mass-produced all-electric cars. Though due to serious management and issues with the actual product, the Fisker Karma, the company went bust and has since been lingering after being bought entirely by […]

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Audi’s next saga in its crossover conquest could be a new Q6

Audi recently issued a press release confirming the revealing of a “sporty” new crossover at Frankfurt next month. This new concept is described to be a new e-tron quattro concept and said it’s length measures in at a figure between the Q5 and the Q7. They also said it should have a flat, typical SUV […]

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Report: A new Toyota Prius is bound to be revealed next month

CNET reports a Toyota’s next-gen hybrid halo car, the Prius, is expected to be replaced by a new model, due for a reveal sometime next month. Treehuggers and hippies gather ’round! It’s time to get excited! The current Toyota Prius has been with us since 2009 as a 2010 model and by now, that makes […]

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Report: Cadillac announces plans to introduce diesels to the US

Remember the last time General Motors attempted diesel passenger cars in America? Pepperidge Farm remembers, and so do many other individuals who lived within the last four decades. It wasn’t a good attempt, as the classic Oldsmobile gas “V8s-converted-to-diesel” painted a god-awful image of diesel passenger cars in the 1970s and 1980s. Hopelessly unreliable and problematic and […]

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Report: Aston Martin’s gearing up to compete with Tesla Motors with 800hp Rapide EV

AutomotiveNews recently heard from Aston Martin’s CEO, Andy Palmer, who shared of new plans to take down Tesla Motors with an all-new Rapide EV with at least 800hp. Already, this can’t sound more obviously like a competitor to the latest and greatest Model S. Though this benchmark for the Rapide EV is way higher than […]

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Production for the 2016 Acura NSX delayed, again

And just when we thought the world was ready to accept the 2016 Acura NSX, Honda officially announced, following a report from Autoblog, that the NSX is delayed again, until next year as a 2017 model. As if they didn’t tease the car enough to make it seem like it’s old news now. Even though AutoBlog reports […]

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