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What kind of vehicle is the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq? What does it compare to? The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq electric SUV illuminates the future of GM’s all-electric luxury brand. It rivals other luxury electric SUVs ranging from the Tesla Model X and Audi E-Tron to the forthcoming Nissan Ariya and Genesis GV60. Is the 2023 Cadillac
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WASHINGTON — The National Transportation Safety Board said Friday it will send a team to investigate a Tesla vehicle crash this week that killed two people in Coral Gables, Fla. Coral Gables police have said it is unclear whether the Tesla Model 3 involved in the crash in a residential area on Monday evening was
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Rather than usher in an era of low-pollution travel, future fleets of all-electric robotaxis could instead deliver unintended environmental consequences. Despite the emissions problems they might solve, new research suggests electrified self-driving fleets could, at least in some cases, exacerbate pollution problems. The counterintuitive findings were published in Environmental Research Letters this month, and come
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NEW DELHI — When Ford Motor Co. built its first factory in India in the mid-1990s, U.S. carmakers believed they were buying into a boom — the next China. The economy had been liberalized in 1991, the government was welcoming investors, and the middle class was expected to fuel a consumption frenzy. Rising disposable income
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What kind of SUV is the 2022 Subaru Forester? What does it compare to? The 2022 Subaru Forester fits like the cross-trainer of crossover SUVs. A mid-size five-seat wagon with standard all-wheel drive, it’s spacious, safe, and serious competition for the likes of the Ford Bronco Sport, Toyota RAV4, and Honda CR-V. Is the 2022
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Bugatti apparently has a thing for partnerships, and today announced a new one with Gilette. Yes, that Gilette, the one with the razors. Together, they will put their names on the GiletteLabs | Bugatti Special Edition Heated Razor, which, they claim, takes the grooming brand’s heated razor and pushes “into another dimension.” That means it’s
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DETROIT — General Motors said it is extending downtime at several crossover assembly plants in North America as the global microchip shortage drags on, but production at plants that make its lucrative full-size pickups and SUVs will continue. “These most recent scheduling adjustments are being driven by the continued parts shortages caused by semiconductor supply
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All Volkswagen ID models are now able to receive regular over the air (OTA) software updates through mobile data transfers, the automaker said. The move brings the automaker one step closer to Tesla-like levels of upgrade capabilities in its growing family of full-electric models. The updates had previously only been available as part of a
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Here’s an example of dealership marketing based on first-party customer data — the data the dealership keeps about its own customers. A Ford shopper bought an F-150 pickup from Dealership A and is now searching for lease deals on a new truck. But Dealership A’s advertising provider doesn’t have visibility into the store’s sales history,
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DETROIT — General Motors’ defense arm said it has won a $36.4 million contract to build 10 heavy-duty armored Suburban SUVs for the U.S. Department of State. GM Defense said Wednesday it plans to deliver the purpose-built Suburbans over the next two years as part of a development contract for the department’s Diplomatic Security Service.
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