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Report: Jaguar apparently ditches any sports car efforts for EVs

Some strange and rather surprising news comes in from Jaguar via Automobile Magazine, where the outlet learned that the Coventry-based automaker is said to be ditching any future plans to build high-performance or sports cars, including no XK coupe or convertible replacement and production C-X75. Sad news is sad… According to the news bit, Jaguar instead […]

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Report: Mercedes-Benz wants to double-down on its EV efforts to “overtake Audi and BMW”

Tesla Motors is really making an impact on the luxury car market by being the only reliable source for all-electric luxury cars. This obviously has the current mass market luxury automakers pretty ruffled and is the reason why companies like BMW, Audi, and Mercedes are moving more towards electrification and alternative powertrains. Mercedes however seems […]

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Report: Toyota reportedly confirms hybrid turbo mill for next Supra

There’s a lot of hype hovering around the next-generation Toyota Supra, a supposed revival of the famed midsize coupe, thanks to a joint venture with BMW. But really, all it is just a lot of hype piled on top of hype, to make one big dog pile of hype. And more hype has been posted […]

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Report: Apple’s car delayed until 2021

It seems Cupertino’s tech giant is suffering some setbacks with the anticipate Apple Car development with Engadget reporting a delay until 2021. Speaking briefly with an “insider source” on the development team, the due date for the Apple Car is delayed until then after originally being scheduled for 2019, then 2020. Since the Apple Car came […]

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EPA: The U.S. promises to allocate $4.5 billion for a national charging network by 2020

The U.S. government seems to be acting well and swiftly when it comes to solving environmental and safety issues in the car world, but fails at solving real-world societal issues. The White House issued an official statement, promising to offer up to $4.5 billion in loans to help simulate the development of EV charging infrastructure, making […]

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Report: A next-gen Nissan Juke scheduled for 2017 release, could get hybrid version

Nissan’s Juke is nearing six years old and so thus, it’s nearing due date for replacement to make way for the second generation model. According to AutoExpress, that second generation model should surface sometime in 2017. The Juke remains to be a commendable seller for the brand, offering a quirky, but fun subcompact crossover at a […]

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Report: EPA delays the sale of 2017 BMW diesels for more thorough testing

Thank you Volkswagen AG, you’re the reason why 2017 BMW diesels are being delayed for further testing, for your deception with emissions test defeat device. According to AutoGuide, 2017 model-year BMW diesels won’t be making it to their dealers on time, including the 328d sedan and wagon, the 535d, and the X3 and X5 xDrive 35d […]

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EPA: U.S. initiative for 54.5 mpg CAFE target called to an end

Remember a few years back when the Obama Administration seemingly made enemies with car enthusiasts from things like “Cash For Clunkers,” the mandate for more than one million electric vehicles on U.S. roads by last year, and the famous CAFE goal of 54.5 mpg? Me too, but since a few years passed since those programs were […]

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Nissan subtly informs the US market that the Murano Hybrid is available for 2016

Nissan usually likes to do it big when revealing a new car, but this time, the company decided to keep things on the hush-side when launching the all-new 2016 Murano Hybrid in the US. After much anticipation, the first Murano Hybrid is now available to purchase on our shores after numerous reports suggested a hybridized […]

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2016 – LaFerrari Spider First Official Photos

Photo Leak: The LaFerrari Spider–this is pretty much it

Ever since the LaFerrari came to existence, people have been mumbling about in regards to a possible convertible version of Ferrari’s latest hypercar. The mumbling then turned into confirmations, and the confirmations then turned into waiting…but waiting is something that we no longer have to do. That’s because some pictures of Ferrari’s new convertible hypercar […]

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