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  1. What's New for 2018: Audi

    For 2018, the Audi lineup sees myriad small changes—but there's even more to come next year. Soon, an all-new flagship will arrive: the 2019 Audi A8. Look for its style and features to influence the brand's lineup for the next decade. Hot on its heels is an all-new A7 that will be followed up by a similarly revised A6. For now, the automaker...View the full article
  2. 2018 Hyundai Ioniq

    The 2018 Hyundai Ioniq doesn't change from last year, but adds a new member to its roster. A plug-in hybrid is part of the program and is added to the high-volume hybrid and electric-only model. All versions are offered in a five-door hatchback body style, and sit between the Elantra and Sonata in size and price. The hybrid version is offered in...View the full article
  3. What's New for 2018: Genesis

    America's youngest car brand remains a two-vehicle lineup for 2018 as it awaits an onslaught of new models expected to pop up during the next calendar year as 2019 and 2020 models. The company's G80 and G90 luxury four-doors see a few noteworthy changes. The G80 adds a sporty version with a new twin-turbo V-6 and myriad under-the-skin changes that...View the full article
  4. 2018 Genesis G90

    The 2018 Genesis G90 isn’t just a fly-under-the-radar luxury sedan. It’s the flagship model from Hyundai’s recently minted luxury brand and it has some elite targets in its crosshairs. For 2018, the G90 is available in 3.3T Premium and 5.0 Ultimate trim levels. Their names denote different engines and levels of luxury. Together...View the full article
  5. 2018 Subaru BRZ

    The 2018 Subaru BRZ hustles hard. Whether it’s winding through back roads or open track days, the small two-door sports car taps all its power and tires to bring drivers closer to the automotive nirvana. Few cars do as much with as little—and we’re not even talking about the cramped cabin. This year, Subaru has added a sharper...View the full article
  6. Tesla partners with British insurer for Autopilot discount British insurer Direct Line is now offering a 5 percent discount to Tesla drivers to encourage them to use semi-autonomous driving tech. The offer is part of a collaboration between the insurance company and Tesla, which is estimated to have sold over 2,500 vehicles equipped with its...View the full article
  7. The idea of using an app to hail a bus might not be as sexy as summoning a flying taxi in Dubai or Dallas, but for Uber, it might be a path to profitability. As a means of beating traffic in ways no car possibly could, the company has begun utilizing alternate modes of transportation in Cairo. If the experiment is successful, the expansion could...View the full article
  8. 2018 Chevrolet Camaro

    The Chevrolet Camaro has broken the bounds of its muscle car/pony car past to become a full-on sports car. Based on a premium platform that it shares with Cadillac, the sixth-generation Camaro is smaller, lighter, and better balanced than the previous generation car. It’s offered in coupe and convertible body styles, and comes with a variety...View the full article
  9. While battery-electric cars slowly start to become viable daily transportation options, companies have begun looking to the commercial sector for a similar revolution. Specifically, many companies have their eyes on the semi-trailer truck market and there's a new face in town: Thor Trucks. Thor revealed its first semi, the ET-One, Wednesday, and...View the full article
  10. 2018 Subaru Impreza

    The 2018 Subaru Impreza is a compact sedan or hatchback that offers the four-seasons security of all-wheel drive as standard. But you don’t have to be a snowbelter to appreciate the Impreza’s virtues. These compact cars boast good road manners, a comfortable, roomy interior, good fuel economy, and a superlative safety record. Only an...View the full article
  11. 2018 Toyota Prius Review The 2018 Toyota Prius quietly marches on this year—literally and figuratively. What's New for 2018: GMC General Motors' continued efforts to differentiate its truck brand from the rest of its offerings are in full force this year. What's New for 2018: Volkswagen This year, the VW lineup grows upward and outward with...View the full article
  12. British insurer Direct Line is now offering a 5 percent discount to Tesla drivers to encourage them to use semi-autonomous driving tech. The offer is part of a collaboration between the insurance company and Tesla, which is estimated to have sold over 2,500 vehicles equipped with its Autopilot tech in the U.K. to date. The tie-in is part of the...View the full article
  13. What's New for 2018: GMC

    General Motors' continued efforts to differentiate its truck brand from the rest of its offerings are in full force this year. The automaker's redesigned Terrain crossover has an all-new design and a transmission that set it apart from the related Chevrolet Equinox. Although they're the same under the skin, they don't look and feel much alike...View the full article
  14. What's New for 2018: Volkswagen

    This year, the VW lineup grows upward and outward with the introduction of two new crossovers both available with seating for the entire family. The long-anticipated VW Atlas is the brand's first true three-row crossover. It's especially roomy in row three and its driving dynamics make it something of a hoot on a curvy road. At least for a big...View the full article
  15. What's New for 2018: Jeep

    For 2018, Jeep reinvents its icon: the Wrangler. That's no small feat, and not one that comes often. Fortunately, the off-road brand didn't merely slap lipstick on the dated outgoing model and it didn't bow to regulators in search of massive fuel economy gains. Instead, it's more capable than ever. Anywhere. The rest of the Jeep lineup isn't quite...View the full article
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