Month: June 2021

What kind of car is the 2022 Buick Encore GX? What does it compare to? The Encore GX five-seat crossover blends hatchback utility, crossover-SUV traction, and a layer of premium trim that’s more than a thin veneer. It’s bigger and better than the Encore still sold in Buick showrooms, but trust us: The GX is
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U.S. light-vehicle sales slowed in June from the booming pace of April and May, as shortages of many popular vehicles kept consumers on the sidelines, forecasters said. Second-quarter sales are still expected to reach the highest level since at least 2018, but analysts anticipate declining volume in the months ahead. Cox Automotive expects total sales
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While Renault Sport is no longer the king of hot hatches like it was a decade ago, the current Megane R.S. is still a very impressive piece of kit. We’ve had the chance to drive the current R.S. Trophy on a handful of occasions and absolutely adore it and recently, Henry Catchpole had the opportunity
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FRANKFURT — Renault and Royal Dutch Shell are among companies interested in taking a stake in electric vehicle charging group Ionity, two people familiar with the matter said. Ionity, whose owners include Volkswagen, Daimler, BMW and Ford, in March said it was examining ways to expand its network of fast-chargers across Europe, adding additional shareholders
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What kind of car is the 2022 Buick Envision? What does it compare to? The Envision is a five-seat crossover SUV with premium looks and a premium price. It’s engaging to drive, spacious and supportive for four adults or more, and has good infotainment with either its smaller or bigger screen. It competes with the
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Valuable supercars usually spend most of their time inside heated garages but this is not the case with the yellow-wrapped Ferrari F40, the owner of which enjoyed a long drifting session on dirt and grass. The Italian supecar appears on a YouTube video by TheTFJJ going around a dirt track. The loose traction makes the F40 even
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BERLIN — Volkswagen has added the rainbow colors to its advertising banners during the Euro 2020 soccer tournament to show its support for diversity and LGBT rights. The move comes after the tournament’s organizers UEFA refused to allow Munich city authorities to light up the Allianz Arena with the rainbow flags during Germany’s game against
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In this article VOW3-DE CAP-FR SU-FR RNO-FR An electric car from Renault being charged in Berlin, Germany, on April 10, 2020. Annette Riedl | picture alliance | Getty Images Renault announced Monday it had signed “two major partnerships” related to the design and production of electric vehicle batteries, becoming the latest automotive firm attempting to get
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LONDON — Nissan is expected to confirm as soon as this week that it will build a battery gigafactory in Sunderland, northeastern England, as part of its electric vehicle strategy. “I understand Nissan will confirm as soon as this week details of its EV strategy for the UK, including the construction of a battery gigafactory
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LOS ANGELES — Honda has chosen a forward-looking name for the battery-electric crossover that it is developing with General Motors for the 2024 model year: Prologue. The Honda crossover will use GM’s Ultium platform and batteries, but Honda will develop the vehicle’s body style and interior. The Honda-GM venture also will develop a battery-electric Acura
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