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2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sports More Tech, Diesel Power

Hyundai has officially revealed the next-generation Santa Fe. Along with a new look, the 2019 Santa Fe is sporting more technology and a new diesel engine option.  Along with the redesign, Hyundai is also shuffling the Santa Fe lineup just a bit. The all-new Santa Fe is a direct replacement for the current Santa Fe Sport, meaning the new one…

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Ford North America Chief Steps Down After 'Inappropriate Behavior'

Raj Nair, president of Ford Motor Company's North American operations has left the company. The swift exit comes amid allegations of 'inappropriate behavior' by the executive, which has yet to be detailed by the automaker.  CEO Jim Hackett said the company "made this decision after a thorough review and careful consideration. Ford is deeply committed to providing and nurturing a…

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Mercedes-AMG Readies GT Four-Door Coupe

Mercedes-AMG has confirmed plans to reveal its all-new four-door coupe model at next month's Geneva Motor Show. In honor of the plans, the company has issued a few photos of the GT in testing, complete with lime green flames as camo.  We've known this car is coming for awhile now. Affalterbach is effectively shuffling its sedan lineup by cutting back the…

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Lexus Revealing Small UX Crossover in Geneva

Lexus will show off a new small crossover at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. With the Lexus UX, the brand hopes to compete with the likes of the BMW X2, Mercedes-Benz GLA and Jaguar E-Pace.  This isn't the first time we've seen the UX badge. Lexus revealed a concept version of a small crossover at the 2016 Paris Motor Show…

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VW Previews Fully Autonomous, Electric Sedan Concept

Volkswagen has released sketches of a new electric sedan concept the automaker will reveal at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Dubbed the ID Vizzion, this concept will be the latest in the ID series of concept vehicles VW has shown to preview its post-Dieselgate electric era.  The ID Vizzion is the first traditional sedan-format electric concept the automaker has shown,…

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NYT: Luxury Buyers Flocking to Trucks, SUVs

By now it is no secret that mainstream buyers are migrating from sedans to crossovers and SUV models. However, that trend is not isolated to the bread and butter of the market, as luxury buyers are flocking to bigger vehicles too. Audi A6's are getting turned down for Ford F-150 Raptors, reports New York Times.  Strange cross-shopping habits are not new…

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Mercedes Diesels May Have Cheated in U.S. Emission Tests

A German newspaper is reporting evidence that suggests Mercedes manufacturer Daimler cheated on U.S. emissions tests with its diesel engines. The report cites confidential documents held by U.S regulators at the Department of Justice.  Bild am Sonntag reports U.S. investigators uncovered evidence suggesting Mercedes diesel vehicles featured software that altered the emissions system behavior. One piece of software allegedly switched of…

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Alfa Romeo Prices Stelvio Quadrifoglio

Alfa Romeo is finally nearing the launch of its high-performance SUV, the Stelivo Quadrifoglio. The launch is close enough the Italian automaker has attached a price tag to it, which starts at $81,590 after destination fees.  For those keeping tabs on the hottest of Alfa's, the Giulia Quadrifoglio comes in at $75,295 with the same 505 horsepower twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V-6.…

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Trendspotting at the 2018 Dallas Auto Show

Everyone in the car business can sense a seismic shift. The daily march toward an autonomous shared-pod future opens questions of car ownership altogether. But don’t fret just yet: Emerging trends at the Dallas Auto Show suggest enthusiasts shouldn’t give up hope before they give up their keys. The Dallas-Fort Worth Auto Show runs February 14-18, 2018. VIP tickets offer…

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Redesigned Ford Focus Caught Naked at Photo Shoot

The next-generation Ford Focus has been caught completely camo-free at an official photo shoot. While photos were getting taken of the car at this time, this photo was one that clearly wasn't supposed to be snapped.  A reader of Vezess snapped the photo in Cascais, Portugal during what appears to be Ford taking glamor shots of the new car. Given the woman's reaction…

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