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Hyundai: Still Short of Tucsons, Worries of CUV Slowdown
’17 Hyundai Tucson starts at $22,700 before $895 freight charge.
(WardsAuto) - LA JOLLA, CA – Hyundai continues to need more units of its Tucson model in the U.S., as the small CUV is in high demand. More

Review: Buick Regal GS gets a V-6 for more silky power

(USA TODAY) - MILFORD, Mich. -- The new Buick Regal GS sport sedan will offer its first V-6 engine in a generation and a more accommodating interior when it goes on sale early in 2018. More


Why Mazda is betting on a gas engine breakthrough

(Detroit Free Press) - Days after striking a partnership to collaborate on electric vehicles with bigger and wealthier competitor Toyota, the scrappy engineers at Mazda announced proprietary engine technology that they say is 20% to 30% more efficient than the automaker's conventional systems.  More


Honda’s solo act risky in alliance-happy car industry

(The Detroit News) - Honda Motor Co.’s solo strategy looks increasingly risky as an alliance-happy auto industry scales up to cope with the soaring investment needed for self-driving vehicles, electrified power trains, connected-car technologies and artificial intelligence.  More


Audi May Forfeit Profit in German Diesel Probe

(Bloomberg) - Volkswagen AG’s Audi unit was made a party to the diesel-emission probe by Munich prosecutors, a step that may allow the seizure of profits the company made from selling vehicles with rigged engines.  More


A new all-electric delivery truck is on the way, and it's not from Tesla

(Los Angeles Times) - Chanje’s vision sounds a lot like Tesla’s: electric vehicles recharged via clean rooftop solar power. More


For electric cars to take off, they’ll need juice

(The Detroit News) - Detroit — Around the world, support is growing for electric cars. Automakers are delivering more electric models with longer range and lower prices, such as the Chevrolet Bolt and the Tesla Model 3. China has set aggressive targets for electric vehicle sales to curb pollution; some European countries aim to be all-electric by 2040 or sooner.  More


Reports: Tesla to test self-driving semi-truck in California, Nevada

(USA TODAY) - Tesla is poised to begin testing a self-driving semi-truck in an advancement that could help revolutionize shipping, according to multiple reports.  More


Tesla starts raising cash to help it get Model 3 to the masses

(Los Angeles Times) - Tesla Inc. is raising $1.5 billion as it ramps up production of the Model 3 sedan, its first mass-market electric car.  More


 




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