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Recalls: Takata announces and expands one of history’s largest recalls for faulty airbags

We are in the age of recalls where automobile manufacturers realized it was a bad idea to cut corners and budgets in certain places, and it’s costing them greatly. For instance, we just had the largest single recall ever in automotive history with General Motors and their faulty ignition switches. Now, it seems the Takata […]

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The new sixth generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro – this is it

Today is a big day for General Motors and American motoring as the new sixth generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro just broke cover, after its special reveal event today. Hoorah! And much like we expected, the new Camaro sports some aggressive new looks while GM boasts the Camaro should offer a faster, and more nimble driving […]

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Volkswagen reveals the new Golf GTE Sport Concept at Worthersee

Volkswagen has a tradition of revealing a new concept or two at the biggest Volkswagen fan gathering in the world–the Worthersee Festival in Austria. And guess what they did for this year’s event? They introduced the new Golf GTE Sport Concept, which seems like an updated version of the original Design Vision GTI from 2013. And […]

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The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro confirmed to come with some bodywork and an engine hood

Chevrolet and GM are in this routine of trickling information about the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro down the PR news wires. So far, they confirmed the Camaro will at least come with some wheels, some brakes, an engine and some exhaust. Now, they confirmed the Camaro also comes with some bodywork, like a new rear-spoiler, […]

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Test Drive: The 2015 BMW X4 xDrive 3.0si is the answer to a question nobody asked, by AutoNation

Originally published on AutoNationDrive.com by Chris Chin, reedited for updates for 2015 republishing on egmCarTech. The Germans like to answer questions that have never been asked–it’s actually another way of saying they just constantly like to innovate. And because automakers are locked into a relentless sales war with each other, desperate bids to become the top-selling automaker […]

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Audi successfully produces their first usable samples of e-diesel

Audi and thus, Volkswagen, have both been pioneers of diesel-passenger vehicle technology for decades and just today, Ingolstadt’s own just announced to have successfully produced their first batch of eco-friendly diesel fuel. Ok, so what does this mean? Well, for starters, diesel doesn’t exactly have the “cleanest” reputation. However, new technology has allowed diesel motors […]

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Review: The 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 HD Z71 is a hauler’s and off-roader’s posh delight by AutoNation

Originally published on AutoNationDrive.com by Chris Chin, reedited for updates for 2015 republishing on egmCarTech. America is known for many many things–Hollywood, football, burgers, guns, cows, a government that’s incessantly war hungry–and on the car front, muscle cars and above all, pickup trucks. The invention is as American as the white-picket fence and Marilyn Monroe, thanks all in part to […]

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Review: The 2015 BMW 740Ld aligns more with those who’d rather like to be driven, efficiently, by AutoNation

Originally published on AutoNationDrive.com by Chris Chin, reedited for updates for 2015 republishing on egmCarTech. The BMW 7-Series is as much of a staple in the automobile industry as IBM/Lenovo is to the world of the laptop. When it comes to sitting down and laying out one’s options on the table for a full-size executive sedan, […]

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Report: Robert De Niro gets role as Enzo Ferrari in new biopic–take our money now

Hollywood and the automobile industry have a grand history of two worlds colliding in more than many important ways and they definitely love supporting each other. And recently, Hollywood’s been apparently showing some love for the auto industry as a new biopic on the mystifying, but one and only Enzo Ferrari is in the works. […]

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EXCLUSIVE: No all-wheel drive for the 2016 Nissan Maxima’s future

The 2016 Nissan Maxima was revealed recently at the 2015 New York International Auto Show, after being initially teased during Nissan’s prime time commercial spot during the 2015 Super Bowl in February. Click here for our original post on the 2016 Nissan Maxima from the 2015 New York International Auto Show. And now that the […]

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