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2021 Genesis GV70 Spied For The First Time At The Nurburgring

On Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
2021 Genesis GV70 The first Genesis crossover, the GV80, has been seen a few times, both as a prototype in spy shots, and as a concept a few years ago. Now we get our first look at its smaller, upcoming sibling, the 2021 Genesis GV70. It shares a number of design cues, but features some unique touches of ...

New Consortium To Develop A Common Computing Platform For Autonomous Vehicles

On Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
AVCC Leading companies from the automotive and computing industries announced today a collaborative effort toward making fully autonomous vehicles a reality. The new Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC), officially launched at Arm TechCon in San Jose, brings together industry leaders from automotive, automotive supply, semiconductor and computing to serve as the leading organization for autonomous computing ...

Arcimoto Starts Delivering Its All-Electric Three-Wheeler To Customers

On Sunday, October 6th, 2019
Arcimoto Arcimoto Inc. has begun retail production of its all-electric three-wheeled Fun Utility Vehicle (FUV) and is now delivering to customers in California, Oregon and Washington. The Arcimoto FUV has a top speed of 75 mph, an EPA-rated city-driving range of 102.5 miles per charge, 173.7 MPGe city driving fuel economy, and comes pre-loaded with heated ...

How Porsche Built The Game-Changing Brakes On The 2019 Cayenne

On Monday, August 5th, 2019
Brakes Porsche’s new Surface Coated Brake system uses white calipers, a nod to the fact that the mirror-finish tungsten carbide-coated rotors drastically reduce brake dust. There’s usually a compromise between brake pad performance and brake dust (high-performance pads tend to generate more schmutz on your wheels) but that’s not the only reason Porsche bothers to zap ...

Acura Type S Concept Teaser Offers A Taste Of Things To Come

On Sunday, August 4th, 2019
2020 Acura Type S Another legendary badge is set to return—this time it’s the Type S moniker used by Acura on some of its most well-known models from the past. Set to debut this month during Monterey Car Week, the Acura Type S Concept could be a thinly disguised preview of the redesigned TLX. A recent leak showed off what ...


Cupra Teases An EV Concept Ahead Of Frankfurt Reveal

On Wednesday, July 24th, 2019
Cupra-EV-Concept CUPRA is combining high performance with advanced powertrain technology and sophisticated, emotional design to align with its vision of the brand’s future. Its all-electric concept car will be shown at IAA Frankfurt in September. Uniting the silhouette of a four-door crossover with the presence of an SUV and the sleekness of a sports coupe, CUPRA ...

Next-Gen Acura MDX, TLX Leaked By RDX’s Infotainment System

On Tuesday, July 16th, 2019
2020 Acura MDX Acura, what happened here? An eagle-eyed member of the AcuraZine forum community was digging around the user interface of an RDX crossover and found unreleased images of the newly redesigned MDX and TLX. The user found quite a few images. From these pics, we can see the MDX sports a grille similar to the one ...

Honda Civic Type R Sees Big Markups at Dealerships

On Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
Honda Civic Type R It has been two years since the FK8 Honda Civic Type R came to America. Priced at $35,700, this Type R was the first time Americans could acquire the small, affordable, front-wheel-drive JDM legend. The problem is finding a Type R on sale today at or below MSRP. The new Type R inventory is still ...

2020 Honda Accord: What To Expect From The Class-Leading Midsize Sedan

On Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
2020 Honda Accord The compelling Honda Accord came close to becoming the 2018 MotorTrend Car of the Year. The three-time comparison-winning Alfa Romeo Giulia was our deserving winner, but the Accord and Kia Stinger also earned first-place votes from judges. With the 2020 Honda Accord’s arrival right around the corner, we started to wonder how the midsize sedan ...