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The CLE-Class now has an AMG variant, the AMG CLE 53 Coupe. Like the non-AMG car, it aims to blend C-Class sportiness with the space and luxury of the E-Class. The new AMG coupe will be powered by AMG’s take on Mercedes’ 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine. In addition to turbocharging, the engine is equipped with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system that can provide up to 23 hp and 151 lb-ft of torque. Total output is 443 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque, the latter of which can rise to 443 lb-ft for 12 seconds with an overboost function. All this is hooked to AMG’s 9-speed automatic gearbox and standard all-wheel drive with four-wheel steering.
Honda will unveil a new “global” EV at CES 2024 in Las Vegas on January 9th. Honda says that the announcement is part of the brand’s carbon neutrality goals and that a total of 30 new EVs will be introduced “globally by 2030.” Honda predicts sales volume of these EVs will be somewhere around 2 million units. Eventually, the brand hopes to have 100% zero-emission car sales by 2040. Interestingly, the brand also said in its release that the plan “includes battery electric and fuel cell electric powered models.”
Subaru's X-MODE technology is a feature integrated into Subaru SUVs, aimed at enhancing their performance, particularly in challenging and diverse driving conditions. This technology operates along with Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system to augment the vehicle's traction, control, and stability, especially in situations where the driving conditions are less than ideal. The purpose of this article is to provide an in-depth, factual understanding of Subaru X-MODE, its functioning, benefits, and usage scenarios.
The 2023 Nissan Ariya marks the brand’s second all-electric vehicle. Competing in the booming small SUV EV segment, the Ariya is in tough against a lot of great competition. To attract the most possible customers, the vehicle comes in several different configurations.
Going Skiing (or snowboarding, if that’s your jam) takes a lot more than just the gear you need on the mountain. With resort prices soaring lots of folks are resorting (get it?) to making their cars their primary base camp while on the mountain. That means you’ll want lots of the comforts of the lodge in your car, in addition to your gear. Today, we’ll take a look at all the skiing (or snowboarding) essentials you’ll need for your car this season.
Yesterday, Tesla held a delivery event- hosted by Elon Musk, of course- for the long-awaited Cybertruck. Pricing and hard specs were announced in tandem, with the base, rear-wheel drive Cybertruck starting at an estimated $60,990 MSRP before taxes, delivery, and incentives. It offers a claimed 250-mile range, a 7,500-pound towing capacity, and a 0-60 mph time of 6.5 seconds. There is a catch. These won’t be out until 2025, and the pricing makes this a full $20,000 off the Elon’s claimed $40K price point from 2019.