2021 Buick Enspire Prototype Spied Testing: Looks Good Yet Familiar

Based on the proportions of the testing prototype, we are probably dealing with a successor of the Envision. However, Buick’s worst-selling crossover isn’t going to get a new-gen model. Instead, the unpopular nameplate will make room for a totally new and definitely more interesting SUV. Interestingly, word on the street…

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2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Spy Shots And Redesign Changes

What’s the first thing you’ve noticed on the testing prototype of the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee? Yes! It’s bigger than the predecessor, but no, the extra inches of wheelbase is not going to be used for the third row of seats. Jeep’s new three-row crossover SUV is some other story…

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2021 Toyota Tundra Hybrid – The 450-HP Pickup Truck In The Works

Toyota already announced that they are developing an all-new F1 platform which will be in charge of the company’s entire pickup truck fleet and several SUVs. The new body-on-frame architecture has the strongest chances to make its official debut with the manufacturer’s full-size pickup truck. The vehicle has been spied…

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2020 Mercedes-AMG CLA35 Shooting Brake Introduced, But The More Potent CLA45 Is Coming Too

We’ve almost started crying when we saw the all-new 2020 Mercedes-AMG CLA35 Shooting Brake. No, the wagon isn’t shockingly awful to cause tears. On the contrary, it’s damn good, but it won’t be available in North America anytime soon. Truth to be told, the German car manufacturer hasn’t confirmed the…

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Toyota and Subaru Join Forces To Make Flexible Platform For Electric Vehicles

Toyota and Subaru collaboration isn’t anything new. In case you don’t remember, the automakers jointly made BRZ and 86 first, as well as the Crosstrek Hybrid and XV e-Boxer not so long ago. Today, the companies made an announcement about the development of the all-new platform for electric vehicles. This…

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Changes: 2020 Chevrolet Sonic VS 2021 Chevrolet Sonic

Not so long ago, Autoblog released a report that claims that GM made the decision to kill the slow-selling Sonic subcompact by the end of this year. Well, we have to refute statements referring to the retirement of the car, simply because the automaker has no intention to do that…

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