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Refreshed BMW 7 Series Bows With Large Kidneys

BMW has officially revealed a refreshed version of its 7 Series flagship sedan. Unlike a lot of vehicle refreshes, this is not one that requires squinting to find the design changes because the new grille will visibly knock you over at first glance.  Basically BMW has taken the grille from the all-new X7 SUV and applied it to the 7…

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Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept Previews the Brand's Electrified Ambitions

After a delayed debut, caused by technical difficulties, the Infiniti QX Inspiration concept finally made its way to Infiniti's Detroit auto show stage. While not the best way to introduce your electric-based future, the QX Inspiration is an inspired vision, even if far from reality. Because in the future all cars will be crossovers, so to is the QX Inspiration.…

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Exclusive Cadillac CT6-V Starts at $89,785

Cadillac has used today's Detroit Auto Show to announce pricing for the 2019 CT6-V. The new V-Series Caddy will start just shy of $90,000, with pre-orders for the car starting today.  The luxury brand says it has only 275 pre-order slots open for the CT6-V, keeping the pre-order process rather exclusive. The CT6-V will bookend the high-end of the Cadillac…

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2020 Kia Telluride is Kia's Big Entry in the 8-Passenger SUV Segment

When Kia says the Telluride is the largest Kia ever, it's not exaggerating. Officially debuting at the Detroit auto show, Telluride is Kia's entry into the three-row, eight passenger SUV segment. Sharing a platform with the Hyundai Palisade, the Telluride is powered by a 3.8-liter V-6 engine, which produces a potent 291-hp. In base model spec, the Telluride is offered…

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2020 Toyota Supra Officially Debuts in Detroit

This is not a drill, folks! After what feels like an eternity spent in development, generating countless rumors and leaks along the way, the Toyota Supra has finally received an officially official debut at this year’s Detroit auto show. While it feels like there is little we don’t already know about the Supra, let’s start from the beginning. The result…

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Ford Confirms Five Future Products

During today's Ford Motor Company press conference at the Detroit Auto Show the company confirmed its five next new products while debuting the 2020 Ford Explorer. Among the five future products is the 2020 Bronco.  The next-generation Ford Escape, F-Series Super Duty and Transit commercial van are three redesigned models up next in the Ford product pipeline. The all-new, much-anticipated…

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