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    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

  • 2022 Acura MDX Type S
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    Acura will make EVs a bigger piece of its future, sooner than Honda

    Acura is moving to embrace electric cars at a faster rate than parent Honda, Emile Korkor, the brand’s assistant vice president of national sales, said in a recent interview with Automotive News (subscription required). The premium Acura brand is “going much faster” than the main Honda brand in having EVs make up an increasingly larger […] More

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    2022 Nissan Versa Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos

    What kind of car is the 2022 Nissan Versa? What does it compare to? The Versa four-door introduces drivers to Nissan’s sedan family. It’s a subcompact with good space for two people, occasional space for two more, and good gas mileage to go with its low, low price. Rivals include the Hyundai Accent and Kia […] More

  • Teaser for 2022 Volkswagen Amarok
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    Ford Ranger-based Volkswagen Amarok teased ahead of 2022 debut

    Ford in November revealed the global version of its redesigned Ranger which is due on sale in the U.S. next year as a 2023 model. The new Ranger and its updated T6 body-on-frame platform will also be the basis for a redesigned Volkswagen Amarok set for debut in 2022. We’ve already spotted prototypes for the […] More

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    Porsche IPO reportedly still on the table

    Volkswagen Group may be looking at a spinoff of its Porsche subsidiary in a quest to raise funds for its extensive electric vehicle and software development programs. Citing two people familiar with the matter, Reuters reported on Tuesday that VW Group is still exploring a potential initial public offering of Porsche AG, the sports car […] More

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    Stellantis targets $22.5B in revenues from software and subscriptions by 2030

    Like it or not, software will become much more of a defining feature in cars going forward. It means competency in software development is a must for major automakers, though at the same time there are also significant opportunities for revenue growth. Stellantis highlighted this on Tuesday with an announcement that it is targeting approximately […] More

  • Porsche VIN Art
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    Porsche will now turn your dream configuration into wall art

    Porsche is letting owners and fans buy prints of their cars, or cars they configure online. Under a new program announced last week called VIN Art, Porsche will make prints based on a car’s vehicle identification number (VIN). But you don’t need to own a Porsche to score some stylish wall decoration. Fans can also […] More

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