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Automakers from Ford to General Motors to Volkswagen have sharpened their focus on electrified production vehicles of late, with the ever-popular American pickup truck segment being an area of particular interest. Numerous automobile marques have announced plans to produce hybrid or fully electric pickup truck models in the coming years, including not only well-established carmakers…
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Our earth’s axis of rotation is tilted.
With fresh competition in the form of all-new Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator mid-size pickups, GM’s mass-market bowtie brand is tweaking the design of the popular Chevrolet Colorado as it prepares for the 2021 model year.
The Subaru Impreza is receiving some small but important safety upgrades for the 2020 model year, along with a modest $100 price bump at the bottom end of the trim hierarchy.
The history of the Chevrolet Corvette is inextricably linked with top-down motoring.
When it first entered our common lexicon, the “Sport Utility Vehicle” moniker was reserved for wagon-style vehicles riding on traditional truck platforms.
The truck wars are raging, with Detroit’s Big Three duking it out to claim top honors. That’s why the fourth-generation Ford Super Duty, launched for the 2017 model year, is already receiving some significant updates.
The full-size truck segment is a fiercely competitive one in the United States, with Detroit’s Big Three claiming the vast majority of sales, leaving import brands like Japan’s Nissan no choice but to work overtime to get any attention at all.
It’s now been roughly a decade since the Toyota 4Runner received a complete redesign, making it quite long-in-the-tooth by modern vehicle standards.
Toyota‘s venerable Prius is on a roll, with a mid-cycle refresh and a brand-new AWD-e model both arriving for the 2019 model year. Now, Toyota is playing with the formula yet again, gracing its fuel-sipping hybrid hatchback with new standard tech.