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    Redesigned Mercedes-Benz AMG E 63 tipped to downsize to 4-cylinder

    Mercedes-Benz is currently out testing prototypes for a redesigned E-Class expected to go on sale in 2023 as a 2024 model. The prototypes are for the regular E-Class, but the variant we’re most interested in is the E 63 sledgehammer from AMG. Autocar reported last week that a new E 63 is definitely coming, albeit […] More

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Convertible (photo via Mecum Auctions)

    1970 Hemi ‘Cuda Convertible heads to auction

    An extremely rare 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda Convertible is among the featured lots at Mecum’s auction scheduled for January 6-16 in Kissimmee, Florida. Mecum doesn’t publish pre-auction estimates, but you can expect this topless muscle car to go for serious money. The Plymouth Barracuda (performance versions got ‘Cuda nomenclature beginning in 1970) was the brand’s […] More

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    Base Polestar range, Acura EVs, Alaska charging: Today’s Car News

    Polestar earns a respectable range rating for its most affordable model. Alaskans will have enough fast-chargers for road trips along one route in the state. And Honda’s premium Acura brand will put more focus on EVs. This and more, here at Green Car Reports. The Acura brand will be “going much faster” toward EVs, and […] More

  • Original Porsche Cayenne fitted with prototype Porsche Classic upgrades

    Porsche Classic readies upgrades for the original Cayenne

    The Cayenne is currently in its third generation, with the original having made its debut at the 2002 Paris International Motor Show. Understandably, it proved quite controversial back then as Porsche’s lineup had only ever consisted of sports cars, if you exclude the tractors it also made in its early days. However, the Cayenne soon […] More

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    Alaska is getting its own electric vehicle charging network

    Alaska is slated to get its own EV charging network, making EV ownership more viable on the Last Frontier. By summer, the state-run Alaska Energy Authority plans to install DC fast-charging stations along the state’s main highway corridor, according to a recent Anchorage Daily News report. The planned route will connect the coastal cities of […] More

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    Intel plans IPO for Mobileye self-driving technology division

    Intel on Monday announced plans to take Mobileye public. Intel acquired the Israeli self-driving technology company in 2017 in a $15.3 billion deal, and has since helped grow it to become a market leader in driver-assistance and self-driving systems. Mobileye has supply contracts with more than 30 automotive companies and has achieved record revenues year-over-year […] More

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