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The 2020 Cadillac CT-4: A Modern Sports Sedan

Right now, the auto market is largely about the SUV, but there is a sporty sedan on the way. This year, Cadillac revealed its new sports sedan, the compact CT4-V, during the Detroit auto show. Replacing the ATS-V, the 2020 CT4-V is just right size-wise. It features a sleek exterior and an elegant interior, making it the perfect car for those who want something nice to look at that’s still co

The 2020 Land Rover Range Rover: More Than a Pretty Face

Changes are afoot for Land Rover. The vehicle manufacturer is adding its Ingenium mild-hybrid inline-six-cylinder engine to its 2020 vehicle line up. Not only is the company adding it, but it is also making the engine its standard offering. Along with the engine switch up, the company recently updated the exterior of the model with a sleek front end, a new look for the taillights and new wheels.Th

Nissan and Audi Releasing New Electric Vehicle Marketing Strategies

Though new electric vehicle options have been becoming more and more readily available, many major automakers have been notoriously reticent in their advertising campaigns. Recently, however, there have been new developments on that front, as both Audi and Nissan have been launching new advertising campaigns regarding their electric vehicles. Both the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Manag

Mercedes-Benz to Launch New Vehicle Subscription Program in Atlanta

A year after launching the vehicle subscription pilot program in Nashville and Philadelphia, Mercedes-Benz is expanding its reach to the city of Atlanta. The Mercedes-Benz Collection program offers subscribes access to 30 different model variants for an attractive monthly fee.Mercedes-Benz is not the only automaker who is experimenting with the subscription program model. New technological advance

General Motors Plans New Infrastructure for Autonomous and Electric Vehicles

As more and more electric vehicles become available for interested drivers to enjoy, automotive companies are looking into ways to optimize their infrastructure. Plans to make these vehicles feel more connected include optimizing both the infrastructure within the vehicles and the connectivity to the outside world around them. With such goals in mind, General Motors is planning on introducing a ne

Nissan Leaf Becomes the First Electric Vehicle with Over 400,000 Sales

In an impressive milestone for the electric vehicle industry, the Japanese automotive giant Nissan has released a statement saying that the new compact hatchback they named the Leaf broke past 400,000 in sales, making it the first electric vehicle to do so. The company has said that this landmark figure has played an instrumental role in solidifying the global shift towards a more sustainable meth

2020 Kia Telluride: Big and Beautiful

Kia is making the leap into the mid-size SUV market with the 2020 Kia Telluride. With enough seats for seven or eight people, the Telluride is the automaker’s largest SUV yet. Along with having enough space for large families, the SUV has a decent amount of towing power. It also features an attractive exterior design in addition to a modern interior look.The 2020 Telluride is available in fo

Audi Takes on Electric

Electric vehicles are growing in popularity, a trend that has caught the attention of numerous automakers including Audi. This year, the car company is introducing the e-tron, which is Audi’s first fully electric vehicle. It’s also a peek at the car company’s future plans.The 2019 Audi e-tron is an SUV that fits between the Q5 and the Q7. It is a sleek two-row crossover with enou

The 2019 Infiniti QX60: More Size and a Luxurious Ride

The 2019 Infiniti QX60 is a mid-size SUV, one that delivers a nice ride. Those who are in the market for an SUV of this size are sure to love the vehicle model’s luxurious interior and sporty exterior. Infiniti introduced this SUV model a few years ago, so now is a good time to purchase the QX60.The 2019 QX60 features a large and spacious interior, making it perfect for transporting people o

More Americans are Warming up to Electric Vehicles

Though Americans are still not ready to purchase electric vehicles for the most part, studies found that more and more are beginning to warm up to the idea. According to a new study published by the AAA, over 40 million Americans have said that they are at least considering purchasing a battery-electric vehicle, abbreviated as BEV, as their next vehicle. More people may also be more interested in