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Electrifying America

Electrifying America

Volkswagen plans to spend $50 billion on battery-electric vehicles while General Motors’ CEO says the automaker is on a “path” to go fully electric. Volvo, Nissan, Toyota, Ford and, of course, Tesla, by mid-decade, these and other manufacturers expect to have more...
Are Motorists Willing to Sell Their Privacy?

Are Motorists Willing to Sell Their Privacy?

How much are you willing to let outsiders know about how, and perhaps even where, you drive? That’s becoming an increasingly serious question in an era when businesses crave getting as much information as possible about customers. Pretty much where and when you drive,...
Jaguar Snags Three Honors at World Car Awards in NYC

Jaguar Snags Three Honors at World Car Awards in NYC

It’s not common to find Ian Callum, the normally garrulous Jaguar global design chief, at a loss for words, but that’s precisely what happened, at least momentarily, when the British automaker’s first battery-electric vehicle, the I-Pace, was named World Car of the...
Jaguar Land Rover Offer Up New Vehicles in New York

Jaguar Land Rover Offer Up New Vehicles in New York

Jaguar Land Rover is showing off the 2020 Jaguar XE as well as the limited edition 2020 Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic at the NYIAS. Designed and developed by Land Rover’s Special Operations unit, the new Velar Ranger Rover SVAutobiography extends the model’s...