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The electric vehicle market isn’t a 1:1 copy of the traditional auto market. Perhaps more than any other type of company in the space at the moment, EV makers come and go, often with a whimper and not a bang. It’s a pleasant surprise then to

The headline isn’t a typo, and the picture isn’t of the new Bentley. If you’re like us, that may have constituted a double-take. What you’re looking at is the new Genesis G80.  For the uninitiated, Genesis is Hyundai’s luxury vehicle division. Stateside, we’re not yet accustomed

Land Rover Defender Wearing its best love-letter-to-the-1950’s aesthetic, the new Land Rover Defender is anything but antiquated; it’s about as hi-fi and modern as an off-roader gets. There are three engines/models available, each with four-wheel drive as a standard offering. The car also offers drivers the options

Some folks are pragmatists; they’re unconcerned with the flashy or the luxurious, and just want something that works (and works well). Enter the Hyundai Ioniq, one of the more straightforward and understated cars we’ve reviewed in a while. Available as a hybrid or hybrid hatchback, Hyundai’s

It’s been interesting to see how carmakers are choosing to incorporate electric drive technology into their models. Some opt to use the shift to electric cars into something sporty and fast, taking advantage of the acceleration ability of electric drivetrains. Others have cranked their MPG

A hallowed time for many in the automotive industry, BMW are making the rounds and releasing a number of high-profile updates to their fleet. BMW don't typically drip-feed their innovations into already-existing models without making any noise. They like to make broad, sweeping, industry-defining changes

While a number of modern Mercedes-Benz have enjoyed the opportunity to show their teeth over the past two decades, Mercedes-Benz still have their finger on the pulse when it comes to luxurious, soft, and leisurely roving – and in enjoying the many comforts of the new GLC, what a relaxed

At the time of this writing, Porsche has been selling the 911 for 58 years. Just about every year of that tenure has seen the 911 inch ever closer to the vaunted title of “undisputed king of sports cars,” with performance and driver-experience pedigree that

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