The Chevrolet Bolt EV is already in the history books as the first mass-market EV to go more than 200 miles at a price middle-class buyers can reasonably afford, but that wasn’t enough for our long-term car.

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Toward the end of 2016, legendary car designer Henrik Fisker began teasing a new car as a follow-up to the failed Fisker Karma. We soon learned that Fisker’s new car would be a luxury EV with suicide butterfly doors, an odd alien-like front end, and new rapid-charge battery technology.

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Our spy photographers caught a new Mercedes-Benz crossover winter testing in Europe. And unless the camouflage is deceiving us, it receives a much boxier design than the GLA, GLC, and GLE.

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The refreshed 2019 Mini Hardtop and Convertible don’t appear all that different, but look closer and you’ll find some cool new touches that add to their bubbly personality.

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Back in 2015, Ferrarifiled for an initial public offering, receiving a valuation of about $9.8 billion. For the first few months, the stock price slid, but eventually, it recovered and has been steadily increasing since then.

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At the Consumer Electronics Show, Ford announced it will establish an open, cloud-based platform that allows different parts of a city’s transportation system to work together to move people safely and more efficiently.

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My January 2005 Technologue ranks as one of my most memorable. It featured a daring new active suspension that employed electromagnetic rams (like the ones that probably ding your doorbell), scaled and powered up sufficiently to enable a Lexus LS 400 to leap over a 2-by-6 lying across the road.

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There is a certain expectation when you are rolling in an $80,000 SUV big enough to seat eight and tow a horse trailer. You want to be rolling in style.

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Recently, noted Swiss tuner and concept creator Rinspeed showed off the Snap, its latest concept, ahead of its official debut at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show. While not necessarily intended for production, the Snap is Rinspeed’s idea of a fully autonomous electric vehicle.

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Mazda is studying the potential of offering all-wheel-drive sedans eventually. But such a product may come sooner than expected, if this website from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is any indication.

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