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Hyundai Updates its Triple-Threat Ioniq Line-up

Hyundai Updates its Triple-Threat Ioniq Line-up

Throughout the course of the coming decade, ever more stringent emissions and fuel economy regulations are expected to “encourage” auto manufacturers to adopt a range of new powertrain technologies, anything from “mild” hybrids to full-electric, as well as hydrogen...
Audi Charges Ahead with New e-tron Sportback

Audi Charges Ahead with New e-tron Sportback

Audi, the largest of the Volkswagen Group luxury brands, is making an aggressive push to electrify its line-up, pulling the covers off its second all-electric model, the e-tron Sportback, at a preview marking the start of this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Set to go...
Toyota Primes the Market For New RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid

Toyota Primes the Market For New RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid

Toyota was a pioneer of conventional hybrid technology with the launch of the original Prius almost two decades ago. But it has remained skeptical of more advanced battery technologies like plug-in hybrids and pure battery-electric vehicles. While we’ll have to wait...
Volkswagen Concept IDs a Space Vizzion of the Future

Volkswagen Concept IDs a Space Vizzion of the Future

Few manufacturers have made such a broad commitment to pure battery-electric propulsion as Volkswagen, the German automaker in the midst of a $12 billion program that will lead to nearly 50 different BEVs in global showrooms – through its various mainstream and luxury...
Mini’s 3rd-Gen John Cooper Works GP Blasts Off

Mini’s 3rd-Gen John Cooper Works GP Blasts Off

Much of the focus on Mini’s newest products has focused on its new EV model, almost allowing its third-gen John Cooper Works GP to almost fly under the radar for its world premiere in Los Angeles. The JCW GP is Mini’s fastest model. That’s not really changing with the...