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Every second year since 2013, North Dakota resident Bill Fischer’s Chevrolet Avalanche gets filled with yellow-husked black walnuts by a neighborhood squirrel. This year, that squirrel was particularly busy. After returning from a recent trip, Fischer opened up the hood of his Chevy and was presented with hundreds of walnuts. Clearing them out wasn’t an
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BERLIN – Continental announced plans for a restructuring that will combine its business activities around connectivity, mobility and high-performance computing. The supplier said in a news release Thursday that its tires business and ContiTech division, focused on rubber technologies, would become independent group sectors. Its Automotive Technologies brand will split into five business areas. As
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What kind of vehicle is the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee? What does it compare to? The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a five-seat SUV while the related Grand Cherokee L lengthens the SUV to fit a third row for seven seats of passengers. The five-seater competes with the Chevy Blazer, Ford Edge, and Honda Passport,
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DETROIT — General Motors plans to launch Ultifi, an in-vehicle customer experience platform, in 2023, aiming to make its vehicles smarter and more personalized, the automaker said Wednesday. The platform is a critical part of GM’s plan to develop a wider profit net through technology and software and subscription-based services that extend beyond the vehicle
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DETROIT — Jeep’s second plug-in hybrid, the Grand Cherokee 4xe, will offer 25 miles (40 km) of electric range, a 6,000-pound tow rating and a Trailhawk version powerful enough to conquer the Rubicon Trail in battery-only mode. The 2022 Grand Cherokee 4xe is scheduled to reach North American dealerships in early 2022, following the arrival
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Ineos Group, the British chemical company bringing the rugged BMW-powered Grenadier SUV to North America in spring 2023, will open its order books on Thursday. The company says 63,000 hand-raisers have expressed an interest in the boxy off-road vehicle globally, with 12,000 of those in North America. Now the company wants to see who’s serious
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on September 28, 2021 During his recent appearance at the 2021 Code Conference, Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared some of his thoughts about the Biden administration. Musk was quite bold, stating that Biden “maybe a little biased” and that his administration is “not the friendliest administration.” The Tesla CEO went even
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