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Suzuki Sends Off The Baleno In Australia With The Shadow Limited Edition

A new generation of the Suzuki Baleno was introduced in India earlier this year, but the updated model won’t be available in Australia, where Suzuki has decided to discontinue the small hatchback. As a proper goodbye to the nameplate Down Under, the Suzuki Baleno Shadow limited edition is coming with a darker style and a rather steep price. In terms...

Lincoln Drops Teaser Showing Electric, High-Speed Coupe Ahead Of Tonight’s Debut

Lincoln is getting ready to release another EV concept, and it’s getting us ready for it with a short teaser video. Published on Twitter, the video appears to take place at the Bonneville Salt Flats, and shows short glimpses of an upcoming vehicle at the Utah destination that’s famous for the high-speed exploits conducted on its flat surface. Although...

2023 Hyundai Santa Cruz Goes Dark With New Night Variant

The blackout trend doesn’t show any sign of stopping as Hyundai has unveiled the 2023 Santa Cruz Night. Based on the turbocharged Santa Cruz AWD SEL Activity, the Night features a dark chrome grille and exclusive 20-inch wheels with a dark finish. They’re joined by gloss black mirror caps and door handles as well as darkened front and rear fascias...

Here’s What The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept Sounds Like

During last night’s unveiling of the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept, CEO Tim Kuniskis acknowledged the carpocalypse by saying “no one wants cars anymore.” While that might seem overly dramatic, it’s the sad truth as Kuniskis noted trucks and SUVs outsell cars by a margin of four to one. Given that, it’s not surprising that coupes and sedans have...

Toyota Teams Up With Northwestern University To Make Fuel Cell Vehicles More Efficient

The Toyota Research Institute announced that it will be partnering with Northwestern University to use the world’s first data factory with the goal of making vehicles greener and more efficient. The data factory is a machine learning algorithm that is capable of synthesizing materials at record speeds. The team will use it to look through Northwestern’s...

2016 Kia Sorento And Sedona Models Need Repairs Due To A Rollaway Risk

More than 28,000 Kia Sorento and Sedona models in the United States need repairs due to a transmission issue that increases the risk of rollaway. Kia says that impacted vehicles with automatic transmissions have a shift lever assembly with a shift lock lever and holder. Some of these shift lock holder components may have been produced out of specification...

Porsche Examines Hydrogen Engines, Reckons V8 Could Deliver 590 HP, Lap The Nurburgring In 8:20

Porsche is leaving no stone unturned as it looks ahead to an era of cleaner mobility. Already working on EVs and e-fuels, the brand said today that its engineering department has also looked at converting one of its V8 engines to hydrogen. The company has “developed a hydrogen combustion engine that aims to match the power and torque of current high-performance...

BMW Could Go In A “Crazy” Direction With The Next-Gen M3

The BMW M3 remains the M division’s most iconic model and according to brand boss Frank van Meel, the next-generation model could be “crazy.” It is no secret that BMW M is venturing into the world of electrified powertrains and that inevitably, the M3 will also go down this route. While van Meel failed to specify what kind of powertrain the next-generation...

This 1959 Porsche 718 RSK That Competed At Le Mans Could Go For $5.5 Million

There’s nothing quite as difficult as following up your own success, but when it decided to build a successor to the Type 550 Spyder, Porsche ended up making the legendary 718 RSK. More streamlined and modern than the 550 Spyder, the new model featured faired-in headlights and less aerodynamic drag to hold back its 1,498 cc flat-four engine that...

LA Covers 1 Million Square Feet Of Roads Will Special Paint To Cool The City Down

The GAF Cool Community Project recently finished a task that saw it paint 1 million square feet (92,903 square meters) of roads, playgrounds, and parking lots in the Los Angeles, California, neighborhood of Pacoima. Although the group invited artists to paint some murals on the ground, the need for roads not being distracting means that, for the...

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