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Just in: BMW’s 9-Series “Four-Door” Coupe to happen, plus i6 EV sedan

BMW’s seemingly not taking Tesla lightly since word from Automobile is that two new sedans…*ahem*…one sedan, and one “four-door coupe” are on the way to join BMW’s lineup for the first time ever. First is the four-door coupe, which is a bounce off of some previous rumors about a new 9-Series large four-door coupe from BMW. It […]

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The future of Acura will get previewed at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show next month

Just as we begin to calm ourselves for the holiday season just as the dust settles from the 2015 Los Angeles International Auto Show, the rest becomes short lived since the automotive world has to get immediately back to work following the new year because North America’s largest auto show is next month: the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. […]

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Report: Cadillac’s CMO even admits the ELR was a “big disappointment”

Remember the Cadillac ELR? The overpriced, redesigned version of the Chevrolet Volt for Cadillac that also came with an astronomical price tag? So do we, and we don’t remember much about it because, well, it was hardly a hot topic and perhaps one of the slowest selling goods since the last failed “As Seen on […]

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SAAB gets a nice boost as NEVS signs sale agreement for 150,000 9-3 EV sedans

Things at SAAB seem to be picking up following a toss-up in various stages of bankruptcy through multiple ownerships. At first, it seemed the company was rescued from being bust and liquidated from GM’s portfolio during the 2008 restructuring, since National Electric Vehicle Sweden acquired the battered automaker to try and resuscitate it back to life. […]

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Report: A Ford F150 hybrid could happen and be sold by 2020

It might seem like nobody listens to NPR, except when it’s car related. The outlet spoke with Ford’s current CEO, Mark Fields, who confirmed that Dearborn’s pickup truck division is in the process of building a hybridized version of the Ford F150. A hybrid pickup-truck has been something that really never really took off, even since General […]

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The McLaren P1 is officially, no more, from the factory at least

If you’ve been wanting to add a brand-spankin’ new McLaren P1 to your warehoused garage collection, unfortunately, your time has run out. McLaren officially produced the last-ever, new P1, numbered as the 375th example of what history will say was one of the greatest cars ever. That is, mainly because the McLaren P1 was designed […]

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Report: The next-gen Subaru WRX STI could have 325hp+ from a hybrid powertrain

Australia’s Motoring appears to have received the scoop on the next-generation Subaru WRX STI and according to their finding, the new model should be out sometime in 2017 with a game-changing hybrid powertrain. The new model is being developed on the company’s new Subaru Global Platform and the WRX STI itself could have as much as […]

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Report: Eight US states and five countries agree to pact to ban gas-powered car sales by 2050

Despite the major push to relieve our dependence on big oil providing us with gasoline to indulge in our daily petrolhead fixations, if someone were to scream–“THE END IS NIGH FOR GAS POWERED CARS”–we’d still look on from the side in dismissal, knowing that said individual could be out of his or her mind. Because, on […]

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The North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year finalists announced in Detroit

It’s coming to the end of 2015 already (believe it or not) and it’s also that time of year, auto show season! It’s also the season when the North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year finalists are announced, and that’s just what happened. Fighting for the almighty marketing award for the car is the Honda […]

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Volkswagen prepares a new concept for the Consumer Electronics Show

The Consumer Electronics Show in 2016 is to expect an automotive exhibition from Volkswagen introducing a new concept at next year’s show. The announcement was made via the Consumer Technology Association who officially stated the People’s Car maker will host a “keynote address.” However, absolutely no specifics were shared as to what the concept could be. So […]

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