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The little changes make a difference
…Kia brings a credible challenger to the large SUV field...
Do V6 engines still have a place in midsize sedans?
August 20th, 2012
Managing Editor - CheersandGears.com
At a passing glance, the fourth-generation Ram seems to carry on the typical Dodge truck tradition of packing as much raw visual testosterone as possible under a cut-off sleeve t-shirt.
Has the Chrysler 200 gone from Zero to Hero in the Midsize Sedan Class?
Experiencing the beginning of the connected car age
The Buick Regal GS has come in a for a weeklong test. If you have questions, I'll do my best to answer them.
...is the successor to the CC up to the task?...
Taking the iconic off-roader on road
Brothers In Arms
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Looking at the smallest and largest Hyundai crossovers
Driving around in Toyota's old school SUVs
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GM announced this week a collaboration with Red Hat to advanced software-defined vehicles. The two companies will build and expand a complete ecosystem of innovation around the Red Hat In-Vehicle Operating System as an ongoing evolution of GM's Ultifi software platform.
A sleek, aerodynamic silhouette and connected cabin experience, the Lincoln Star Concept debuts globally today, hinting at the brand’s design language for its future electric vehicles. Check out Lincolns EV Future.
Mercedes-Benz, late to the EV game, but wanting to show its engineering prowess, has completed the first demonstration of their VISION EQXX traveling from Stuttgart Germany to Cassis in the south of France.