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  • 2022 Ram 1500 Laramie G/T And Rebel G/T Debut With Performance Parts

    The 2022 Ram 1500 Laramie and Rebel get new G/T editions that fit the trucks with a smattering of performance parts and exterior updates. Both go on sale in the third quarter of 2021. The Laramie G/T starts at $55,480, and the Rebel G/T goes for $55,375 (plus a $1,695 destination fee for both of them). The G/T models gain a cold-air intake, cat-back…

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  • Nissan Z Nismo Rumored For 2022 Tokyo Auto Salon With Many Upgrades

    Nissan is set to unveil the production-ready Z sports car on August 17 this year. This will finally put the production of the agonizing 370Z to an end and will give the Japanese brand a fresh new model in the sports car segment in search of higher sales. It turns out the full debut could be followed by the launch…

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  • New Ford Tourneo Connect Makes Spy Photo Debut As Rebadged VW Caddy

    In 2019, Volkswagen and Ford laid the foundations of a new partnership for sharing EV and autonomous technologies. The collaboration between two of the largest companies in the industry was expanded last year with the announcement of a new light commercial cooperation. Under the agreement, Volkswagen will receive a version of the next-generation Transit Custom, while Ford will get a…

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  • Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Revealed As 769-Horsepower Epilogue

    This is it, folks – the very last Aventador. Appropriately dubbed “Ultimae” (Latin for “last”), the final iteration of the V12 supercar from Sant’Agata Bolognese has arrived, more than a decade after the original LP700-4 was unveiled in February 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The mid-engined raging bull has put on a lot of muscle over the years, and…

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  • Watch Journalist Drive AMG GT Black Series To 6:52 Nurburgring Lap

    Ask Mercedes fans which vehicle holds the record for the fastest production car at the Nürburgring and they’ll tell you it’s the AMG GT Black Series. Ask Porsche enthusiasts the very same question and the answer will be different – 911 GT2 RS by Manthey Racing. The latter’s record is somewhere in the gray area since the car was modified, but…

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  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Dies With This Generation: Report

    Introduced in 2018, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is among the most powerful mainstream production vehicles money can buy today. It’s also impressively quick off the line with a 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 96 kilometers per hour) acceleration time of 3.5 seconds. Unfortunately, you probably have just a few more months if you want to buy…

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  • Ineos Grenadier Interior Revealed With Utilitarian Look

    Off-road enthusiasts are complaining the Land Rover Defender is now too luxurious and sophisticated, thus losing some of its utilitarian appeal and becoming out of reach due to a higher asking price. Ineos Automotive wants to pick up where the old Defender left off, featuring an oh-so-familiar boxy shape and true 4×4 capabilities. Today, a little over a year after…

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  • 2022 BMW M240i With Rear-Wheel Drive Planned, But Without A Manual

    BMW’s initial lineup for the new 2 Series Coupe includes the rear-wheel-drive 220i and 220d followed by the spicy M240i xDrive. The 230i will follow next summer, with all three having one thing in common – the lack of a manual transmission. Our pals at BMWBLOG have learned the Bavarians are planning to diversify the range by introducing a RWD…

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  • Ford Bronco Races Mustang Shelby GT500, Future Shelby Bronco Teased

    For the record, obviously the new Ford Bronco doesn’t stand a chance against the Mustang Shelby GT500 on anything but rocky terrain. The muscular pony has more than double the Bronco’s power, and actually, this is a tweaked GT500 SE with over 800 horsepower. So what’s the point of lining them up at Hallet’s 1.8-mile road course? Actually, the secret…

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  • Porsche Wants Its Suppliers To Go Green, Or Else

    Porsche has an ambitious goal to become carbon neutral across its entire value chain as early as 2030. This is, of course, in connection to the call to use cleaner energy to curb climate change. According to the automaker itself, its manufacturing supply chain is responsible for around 20 percent of its total greenhouse gas emissions, which is projected to rise…

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