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Chevy's New Electric Car Will Create Jobs

General Motors issued a report stating that it intends to invest $1.8 billion in developing a fully electric car. This move will add 700 new jobs around the country in six different states including 400 jobs at the company’s Orion Assembly factory in Detroit. Mary Barra, the CEO of GM, confirmed that the electric car investment will take place over the next two to three years. GM announced i

The 2019 Chevy Equinox is Practically Customizable

The compact crossover segment is becoming highly competitive with buyers preferring the practicality that these vehicles offer. The 2019 Chevy Equinox has been battling with the likes of the Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, and the Toyota RAV4 for the last few years. To stand out, Chevy is offering high-end luxury features with the Equinox. The company is also giving buyers a choice when it comes to the

The Acura RDX is In It to Win It

With the 2019 RDX, Acura made a few changes that are likely to make the competition nervous. The latest model is available with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, one with more low-end torque. By focusing on the torque, the carmaker gave the small SUV an acceleration edge. Likewise, the vehicle’s nimble steering and lively handling have made it something that handles itself easily on windi

Honda Brings More Manufacturing Jobs to the U.S.

Honda recently announced plans to close plants in Europe and transfer more operations to North America. According to the announcement, the car company will be closing two of its assembly plants to increase operation rates. The company will be ending production in Turkey and the U.K. To continue meeting demand for the Honda Civic, the automaker will shift manufacturing to its Canadian and U.S. plan

The 2019 Nissan Titan: A Truck That's Just Right

With most pickup trucks falling into either the full-size or small category, there’s one that walks the line between them: the 2019 Nissan Titan. The new Titan can seat as many as six people, and it’s available in a regular cab as well as in a king cab and a crew.Nissan has tweaked and updated the exterior of the truck. It’s modern and streamlined with an aggressive grille and sw

Is The Electric Vehicle Movement Real?

Electric vehicles may appear to be all the rage on paper, but are they in reality? Automotive manufacturers are unsure whether consumers are truly interested in electric vehicles or not. This question will be determined during 2019. According to Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess, “2019 will be a decisive year for electromobility.” This comment was during a private event, at which time

German Auto Industry Plans to Invest Millions Toward Electric Cars and Automation

Germany’s auto industry revealed that it’s planning to invest around $60 billion euros, or $68 billion U.S. dollars, during the next three years on automated driving and electric cars. To reach the largescale goals agreed upon by the European Union to decrease carbon dioxide emissions and expand charging infrastructure, the auto industry must increase the number of electric cars that a

The Honda Accord Maintains its Standing as the Top Midsize Sedan

While it may be facing some pretty fierce competitors, the Honda Accord maintains its standing as one of the top-rated mid-size sedans. For 2019, Honda upped the Accord’s game by increasing its elegance and adding advanced technology.The exterior of the sedan is smooth and sleek. In fact, the vehicle exudes grace. The roof flows toward the back of the car with a fastback line that slides nea

Honda Contribution to the Mid-Size SUV Market

The 2019 Honda Passport is the car company’s mid-size SUV; one that features better-than-ever off-road ability, cunning storage compartments and plenty of passenger space. The Passport is a taller, shorter Honda Pilot, making it perfect for people who want an SUV, as long as it’s not too big.Honda designed the 2019 Passport as a two-row, five-passenger midsize SUV. The car company is o

Daimler and BMW To Launch Joint Automotive Venture

In Berlin at the end of February 2019, Daimler and BMW announced their plans to combine forces and create a joint ride-hailing, parking, and electric car charging business. The CEOs of the two companies plan to compete against other mobility services such as Uber to create a niche market where they can branch out.BMW CEO Harald Krueger and Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche plan to invest more than one bi