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2020 Ford Explorer Debuts Ahead of NAIAS

From front to back, the 2020 Explorer appears to be a thorough evolution of design, while being redesigned from the ground up, and built upon a sophisticated all-new platform, this is definitively a revolution that updates one of Ford’s most iconic modern nameplates.  In 2010, the then new 6th generation Ford Explorer brought with it a mechanical departure by utilizing…

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2019 Nissan Leaf Plus Grows Electric Range

One of the best-selling electric cars in the world is finally getting an option with more range. Nissan has announced the addition of the 2020 Nissan Leaf Plus, a new variant that will leverage a larger batter to offer 75 more miles of range over the normal Leaf.  Nissan has decided to slot in a larger 62-kWh battery pack into…

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2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA Class Breaks Cover, Grows Up

Mercedes-Benz is planning to reveal the 2020 CLA Class in just a few hours, but that hasn't stopped it from leaking out early. Australian publication Redline decided to break Mercedes' embargo and release official baby CLS photos early.  As expected, the second-generation CLA has grown up a bit. The overall design is a convergence of today's CLA and the all-new CLS Class,…

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GM Files Trademark for 'Zora' Name

General Motors has filed for the trademark rights to the name Zora. The Zora name is generally associated with the Chevrolet Corvette, meaning there's additional speculation surrounding the C8 Corvette.  This isn't the first time GM has filed for the Zora trademark. The company did so previously in 2014. This filing, made on Dec. 12th, says the Zora mark would…

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GM Trademark Suggests GMC Envoy Return

General Motors has renewed a trademark for the Envoy vehicle name, which could suggest the company is planning to bring back the GMC Envoy. The Envoy name was retired when the company ended production of the previous Envoy in 2009.  It is worth mentioning that trademark filings are not alway indicative of future products; it's possible GM is just keeping…

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