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Chevy Bolt and Volt names look and sound the same in Korean

By Danny King Filed under: Green,Chevrolet,GM,South Korea,Electric And you thought hearing the difference between Bolt and Volt was confusing in the States. Continue reading Chevy Bolt and Volt names look and sound the same in Korean Chevy Bolt and Volt names look and sound the same in Korean originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24… Read more »

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2016 Kia Optima Sportswagon review

New Kia estate looks the part, has good space and handles tidly, but its engine’s flexibility and refinement let it down Kia’s belated acknowledgement that the Optima saloon really doesn’t appeal very strongly to Europeans. Although it will be built in Korea, the new Optima Sportswagon – that’s Kia-speak for estate – has been designed… Read more »

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2016 Kia Optima PHEV review

Plug-in hybrid Optima is a practical, tax-efficient PHEV that undercuts rivals and fulfils its main remit well, but keen drivers need not apply Kia’s first plug-in hybrid, complete with the credibility-stretching fuel economy and emissions figures we’ve come to expect from cars of this type. The Optima PHEV combines the efforts of a normally aspirated… Read more »

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Polonez 1500: the Soviet Ford Escort – Throwback Thursday

How did the Russian state-funded Polonez fare against rivals like the Chrysler Sunbeam, Ford Escort and Morris Marina? All is revealed in this 1979 Autocar road test If you were to ask a petrolhead which defunct car manufacturer they missed most sorely, their list would probably include the likes of Saab, Rover, Triumph, Lancia, or… Read more »

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Recharge Wrap-up: Vergne sets new FE record, Romeo Power’s better batteries

By John Beltz Snyder Filed under: Green,Motorsports,Tesla,Green Automakers,Concept Cars,Electric Techeetah driver Jean Eric Vergne beats di Grassi’s record. Romeo Power has an impressive roster for batteries. Should Tesla make this minivan? Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: Vergne sets new FE record, Romeo Power’s better batteries Recharge Wrap-up: Vergne sets new FE record, Romeo Power’s better batteries… Read more »

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nuTonomy CEO Dr. Karl Iagnemma to speak at UPSHIFT 2016

By Erin Marquis Filed under: Driving,Emerging Technologies,Smartphone,Technology,Upshift Autoblog’s UPSHIFT 2016 conference happens on October 6th in Detroit. Continue reading nuTonomy CEO Dr. Karl Iagnemma to speak at UPSHIFT 2016 nuTonomy CEO Dr. Karl Iagnemma to speak at UPSHIFT 2016 originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24 Aug 2016 17:30:00 EDT. Please see our terms for… Read more »

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Review: 2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium Performance Package

By Yousaf Razvi Filed under: Open Road Is this the best Mustang ever? Continue reading Review: 2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium Performance Package Review: 2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium Performance Package originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24 Aug 2016 17:45:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this |… Read more »

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Come virtually cruise with us in a Camaro on Woodward

By Joel Stocksdale Filed under: Chevrolet,United States,Convertible,Performance,VR We took a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 50th Anniversary edition on a cruise up Woodward with a bunch of other Camaros. Continue reading Come virtually cruise with us in a Camaro on Woodward Come virtually cruise with us in a Camaro on Woodward originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed,… Read more »

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AAA shows that not all auto-braking systems are created equal

By Joel Stocksdale Filed under: Safety,Sedan,SUV Some will try to stop you altogether, some will just try to make the best of a bad situation. Continue reading AAA shows that not all auto-braking systems are created equal AAA shows that not all auto-braking systems are created equal originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24 Aug… Read more »

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2016 Chevrolet Cruze LT review: Well-equipped and plain as day

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    Chevy Bolt and Volt names look and sound the same in Korean

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    2016 Kia Optima Sportswagon review

    New Kia estate looks the part, has good space and handles tidly, but its engine’s flexibility and refinement let it down Kia’s belated acknowledgement that the Optima saloon really doesn’t appeal very strongly to Europeans. Although it will be built in Korea, the new Optima Sportswagon – that’s Kia-speak for estate – has been designed… Read more »

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    2016 Kia Optima PHEV review

    Plug-in hybrid Optima is a practical, tax-efficient PHEV that undercuts rivals and fulfils its main remit well, but keen drivers need not apply Kia’s first plug-in hybrid, complete with the credibility-stretching fuel economy and emissions figures we’ve come to expect from cars of this type. The Optima PHEV combines the efforts of a normally aspirated… Read more »

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    Polonez 1500: the Soviet Ford Escort – Throwback Thursday

    How did the Russian state-funded Polonez fare against rivals like the Chrysler Sunbeam, Ford Escort and Morris Marina? All is revealed in this 1979 Autocar road test If you were to ask a petrolhead which defunct car manufacturer they missed most sorely, their list would probably include the likes of Saab, Rover, Triumph, Lancia, or… Read more »

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    Recharge Wrap-up: Vergne sets new FE record, Romeo Power’s better batteries

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    nuTonomy CEO Dr. Karl Iagnemma to speak at UPSHIFT 2016

    By Erin Marquis Filed under: Driving,Emerging Technologies,Smartphone,Technology,Upshift Autoblog’s UPSHIFT 2016 conference happens on October 6th in Detroit. Continue reading nuTonomy CEO Dr. Karl Iagnemma to speak at UPSHIFT 2016 nuTonomy CEO Dr. Karl Iagnemma to speak at UPSHIFT 2016 originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24 Aug 2016 17:30:00 EDT. Please see our terms for… Read more »

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    Review: 2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium Performance Package

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    Come virtually cruise with us in a Camaro on Woodward

    By Joel Stocksdale Filed under: Chevrolet,United States,Convertible,Performance,VR We took a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 50th Anniversary edition on a cruise up Woodward with a bunch of other Camaros. Continue reading Come virtually cruise with us in a Camaro on Woodward Come virtually cruise with us in a Camaro on Woodward originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed,… Read more »

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    AAA shows that not all auto-braking systems are created equal

    By Joel Stocksdale Filed under: Safety,Sedan,SUV Some will try to stop you altogether, some will just try to make the best of a bad situation. Continue reading AAA shows that not all auto-braking systems are created equal AAA shows that not all auto-braking systems are created equal originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 24 Aug… Read more »

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  • 2016 Chevrolet Cruze LT review: Well-equipped and plain as day

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