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We’ve heard rumors that Hyundai will introduce a high-performance Tucson N making as much as 340 horsepower. This story is not about that model, but rather the less aggressive N Line version rolling out in Europe now. The Hyundai Tucson N Line gets some cosmetic and mild performance upgrades, including new fascias, a dark mesh grille
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It took a long time for Mercedes to finally bring its entry-level A-class to the U.S. market—four generations and 22 years, to be exact. It’s fitting perhaps that the first-ever U.S. A-class is the first-ever A-class sedan, and it is offered in front- and all-wheel-drive configurations. For our purposes of building the ideal A-class, I’m
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As part of Cadillac’s ongoing plan to reshuffle, rename, and/or replace its entire lineup with a new or refreshed model every six months, the Cadillac CTS and ATS are out. In their place comes the all-new 2020 Cadillac CT5, which is set to debut fully at next month’s New York auto show.  The CT5’s look
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The end of the road. It comes for all of us, and it has come for many automobile brands. The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805–1942 lists 141 brands as having operated just in Connecticut, historically not exactly a hotbed of the automobile industry. Locomobile you may have heard of, but probably not Swan, which
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If you’ve been wanting to add a low-mileage, collector-grade fourth-generation Toyota Supra to your garage, you might want to check your bank balance again. At RM Sotheby’s 2019 Amelia Island auction, a 1994 Supra Twin Turbo Targa with just over 11,000 miles on the odometer found a new home for a healthy $173,600 including commission.
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We’ve already seen spy shots of what we believe are new BMW M3 prototypes, and we’ve heard a few rumors about performance, but so far, BMW has kept most of the official details to itself. But according to a report from Evo, Carsten Pries, the M division’s head of product planning, recently spilled some juicy M3
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Audi just celebrated the 20th anniversary of the TT. But unfortunately, it’s possible that the model might not be around much longer. The automaker is re-evaluating the future of the nimble two-door, according to Autocar. Speaking with Audi CEO Bram Schot, Autocar reports that the automaker is re-evaluating the TT because it’s focusing resources on
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Nissan Motor Co’s premium brand Infiniti said on Friday it will exit western Europe early next year, as it restructures its global operations and turns its attention to sales in the world’s top two auto markets. Infiniti said it will discontinue the Q30 sedan and the QX30 sport-utility vehicle (SUV) and cease their production by
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