There was a certain inevitability to the Jaguar E-Pace. With its midsized F-Pace, Jaguar’s first ever SUV, powering an 80-plus percent increase in global sales for the storied British brand over the past year, and demand for the compact Range Rover Evoque blasting past 600,000 units worldwide since 2011, the decision to build a small Jaguar SUV was a no-brainer.

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Mercedes-Benz has been working on the redesigned 2019 CLS for some time now and we finally see the first glimpse of the four-door coupe in the latest teaser image from the automaker.

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Infiniti claims that its new VC-Turbo engine delivers the power of a six-cylinder engine and the fuel economy of a four-cylinder. This is a claim many other manufacturers have made over the years, but no other manufacturer has had such groundbreaking technology to back it up.

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We Like: Styling inside and out, Bowers & Wilkins stereo

We Don’t Like: Road noise, ignition knob interface

We continue to swoon before this lovely wagon and nestle into a cabin Mark Rechtin called a “cocoon of comfort.

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We Like: Attractive design, superb semi-autonomous driving option, killer pricing

We Don’t Like: Borderline range improvement, CHAdeMO fast-charging plug

Although electric vehicle historians will inevitably point to GM’s EV1 as the dawn of the modern electric car, its real origin—at least as far as the mass public is concerned—was the appearance of the original Nissan Leaf in 2011.

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Late last month, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus teased a new car on its Facebook page. Glickenhaus said he was targeting a price around $400,000, a power output of 650 hp, and a weight of about 2,500 pounds.

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The 2020 Tesla Roadster stole the long-awaited semi-truck’s thunder in a surprise debut last night. With its unheard-of performance and range claims, the new 2020 Roadster leaves its predecessor in the dust.

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Earlier this month, Google’s Waymo launched a trial program to allow the general public to use its driverless vehicles in limited areas around Phoenix, Arizona. General Motors, meanwhile, is still testing its Cruise autonomous vehicles on the crowded streets of San Francisco.

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If Lamborghini is adding a hybrid, then it makes sense that Porsche’s most iconic sports car wouldn’t be immune to the electrification crusade underway by Volkswagen Group.

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Teslarevealed its electric semi-truck last night, and it has already secured some very high-profile customers.

Wal-Mart announced today it will order copies of the Tesla Semi.

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