When last we talked about Mercedes-Benz’s forthcoming EQ brand, we discussed the Generation EQ concept that debuted at last year’s Paris auto show. The concept signaled Mercedes-Benz’s commitment to introducing a fully electric lineup, and is said to preview a new crossover model called the EQ C.

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There are few now-defunct automakers with as storied of histories as De Tomaso. The company was founded by Argentinian Alejandro de Tomaso in Modena, Italy in 1959, and originally produced prototypes and race cars.

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Blending in with the locals can give you a vastly different perspective on a city than if you were to go full-on tourist, so on a recent trip to Austin, Texas, I asked for a Toyota Tundra for the weekend.

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Upon unveiling the 2019 Cayenne, Porsche made a bold declaration that likely caused the most zealous of driving enthusiasts to cringe: It was designed to be the sports car within its segment.

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Jeep is expected to launch the next-generation JL Wrangler for the 2018 model year. But, as Fiat Chrysler revealed today in a list of product updates, the current JK Wrangler will live on for the 2018 model year.

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It’s been a tough year for a lot of automakers. Sales have generally been down, and only a few brands have been able to post significant gains.

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Good news! A new Ford Ranger Black Edition pickup will debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The bad news is it’s for Europe only and our Ford Ranger isn’t due here in the U.S.

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The U.S. market was already facing a plateau in car sales, and Hurricane Harvey only brought us new problems. Dealers lost precious inventory in the Houston area, and insurance companies are expecting to receive as many as 500,000 claims for flood-damaged cars.

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Mazda will debut its new Skyactiv-X engine technology in a few weeks, but it’s already testing the compression-ignition drivetrain on the road—and it wants you to know about it.

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Every new model Volvo has rolled out recently has an arsenal of safety and driver assistance features, and the XC40 will be no exception. In a new teaser, Volvo shows off some of the technologies we’ll see on the small crossover.

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