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Top Headlines From January 7-12 Top Headlines From January 7-12
News from CES, your new driving buddy Alexa and how one automaker wants to connect to your brain to improve your driving are just a few of the stories that caught the attention of our editors this week. Click on the links below to check out the full articles.   You will be able to talk to Alexa in...
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Bob Lutz: The Automotive Era Is Ending Bob Lutz: The Automotive Era Is Ending
Car culture is definitely changing, but can it change in a relatively short amount of time? Bob Lutz thinks so. As one of the top executives at General Motors, Lutz championed for the creation of the Pontiac GTO and G8, the return of the Camaro, and the introduction of the Cadillac SRX. Lutz is a...
Bob Lutz: The Automotive Era Is Ending »
Will EVs Lose Their Tax Credits? Will EVs Lose Their Tax Credits?
Much like an extended family getting together for the holidays, we try to avoid talking about politics on this blog at all costs. We like to keep the focus on exciting new cars that are coming soon, or helping shoppers get the best deal on cars. Of course, we also love showcasing the best in car culture...
Will EVs Lose Their Tax Credits? »
New Cars Losing Ground on Reliability New Cars Losing Ground on Reliability
New technology that makes cars easier to drive, more fuel efficient, and better connected could also be the reasons why new cars are less reliable than they’ve been in the past. It wasn’t that long ago when a car buyer could take home a sedan with a 5-speed manual transmission, a CD player, a steering...
New Cars Losing Ground on Reliability »
BMW May Move MINI Production to China BMW May Move MINI Production to China
A British legend was born in 1959. No, we’re not referring to the great Tracey Ullman, but another icon that has become deeply rooted in British culture and is known around the world: The MINI. The economy car, originally produced by the British Motor Corporation, was voted the second most influential...
BMW May Move MINI Production to China »
BMW May Move MINI Production to China BMW May Move MINI Production to China
A British legend was born in 1959. No, we’re not referring to the great Tracey Ullman, but another icon that has become deeply rooted in British culture and is known around the world: The MINI. The economy car, originally produced by the British Motor Corporation, was voted the second most influential...
BMW May Move MINI Production to China »
You Can Now Subscribe to Porsche, But Should You? You Can Now Subscribe to Porsche, But Should You?
If you can’t afford a Porsche, you probably can’t afford Porsche’s new subscription program, either. The idea behind Porsche Passport, which launches in Atlanta next month, is to provide subscribers with any model of Porsche they wish at any time they wish. It’s a compelling idea, but the privilege won’t...
You Can Now Subscribe to Porsche, But Should You? »
Tesla Model 3 Delays Could Lead Buyers to Other Automakers Tesla Model 3 Delays Could Lead Buyers to Other Automakers
Freezing air has descended upon my city. Those leisurely mornings of heading out to the car in shorts and a T-shirt have been replaced by scraping windshields free of frost. I love my electric Nissan Leaf, because I can start and warm it up using an app on my phone while I stay toasty warm inside the...
Tesla Model 3 Delays Could Lead Buyers to Other Automakers »
GM Latest to Commit to an All-Electric Future GM Latest to Commit to an All-Electric Future
Automakers keep treading farther down the path of electric propulsion. In fact, General Motors may have just put the stake in the heart of fossil fuels by becoming the latest, and largest, automaker to announce an all-electric future. Have we reached the point of no turning back? When Volvo announced...
GM Latest to Commit to an All-Electric Future »
2018 Nissan Leaf Debut: Yay or Yawn? 2018 Nissan Leaf Debut: Yay or Yawn?
Nissan has been teasing its new electric Leaf for months. The sleek teaser images suggest a racy shape and a whole new Leaf experience. It also came with the preconceived notion that it would come with a range on par with the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3. Nissan never made specific mention of that,...
2018 Nissan Leaf Debut: Yay or Yawn? »

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