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The eBussy modular EV by Electric Brands offers something for everyone

The eBussy modular EV by Electric Brands offers something for everyone

Electric vehicles are opening new doors towards innovation. Case in point, the eBussy modular EV. From the get-go, the eBussy is similar to Japanese kei cars with its compact footprint and smallish dimensions. But then again, eBussy is the only EV we know of that is configurable in up to 10 body styles.

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Watch the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class’ augmented reality HUD in action

Watch the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class’ augmented reality HUD in action

The 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class won’t be debuting until September 2020. However, the German carmaker’s been busy serving up some teaser videos to highlight the slew of innovative features in its next-gen S-Class. The latest is an augmented reality heads-up display (AR-HUD). And from the looks of it, the future looks bright for the new S-Class and the automotive industry in general.

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BMW unveils M Performance parts catalog for new 5 Series and M5

BMW unveils M Performance parts catalog for new 5 Series and M5

BMW has something in store for the 2021 5-Series, M5, and M5 Competition models. The German carmaker recently unveiled its newest M Performance parts catalog for its newest 5-Series sedan. It consists of a wide array of exterior, interior, and performance components developed exclusively by BMW’s M GmbH performance division.

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New Rolls-Royce Ghost aiming at minimalist ‘post opulence’ design

New Rolls-Royce Ghost aiming at minimalist ‘post opulence’ design

Yup, the second-generation Rolls-Royce Ghost is coming this autumn, but it won’t be arriving with the sort of extravagance you expect from a Rolls-Royce. The Ghost is the English carmaker’s most successful model to date. But according to Rolls-Royce’s team of luxury intelligence specialists, potential Ghost buyers are aiming for minimalism in their next luxury car.

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2021 Hyundai Santa Fe N Performance is real, but there’s a catch

2021 Hyundai Santa Fe N Performance is real, but there’s a catch

Hyundai’s been busy updating its latest offerings with the N Line or N Performance package. The latest to receive the N treatment is the 2021 Santa Fe midsize SUV. Following some teaser renderings of the Hyundai Elantra N Line arriving near the end of this year, the new Santa Fe N Performance is as real as it gets.

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2021 Mitsubishi Mirage: Long live the subcompact

2021 Mitsubishi Mirage: Long live the subcompact

Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi recently unveiled the 2021 Mirage subcompact. It now sports the company’s ‘dynamic shield’ fascia along with a host of fresh updates. Sold in hatchback and sedan body styles – the latter known as the Mirage G4 sedan – the 2021 Mirage remains one of the least expensive cars on sale today.

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Bentley presents the world’s first 3D wood panels in the Flying Spur

Bentley presents the world’s first 3D wood panels in the Flying Spur

Bentley is on a mission to make its newest Flying Spur the ultimate luxury grand touring sedan. First, we saw the Flying Spur’s diamond-quilted 3D leather upholstery, which is a first in luxury sedans. And now, Bentley has unveiled the world’s first three-dimensional wood panels crafted from sustainable American Walnut and American Cherry.

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The Bowlus Road Chief: Luxury land travel is here to stay

The Bowlus Road Chief: Luxury land travel is here to stay

The Bowlus Road Chief is proof that you don’t need an airplane, yacht, or stay in a fancy hotel to travel in the utmost comfort and style. And let’s face it, our concept of air travel is not what it used to be. The widespread Coronavirus pandemic has led to worldwide travel bans, border closures, and flight cancellations – all reasons why luxury land travel is booming as I speak.

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2021 Hyundai Kona Night Edition is ready to pounce

2021 Hyundai Kona Night Edition is ready to pounce

It seems every carmaker is riding the blacked-out bandwagon. The latest member is Hyundai with its 2021 Kona Night Edition. We’re all familiar with the Hyundai Kona and its bevy of standard colors including Lime Twist, Sunset Orange, and Surf Blue. Also, you can have a black Hyundai Kona, but the Night Edition includes a plethora of monotone styling cues for a more aggressive look.

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Lexus introduces 2021 NX 300h F Sport and Black Line edition

Lexus introduces 2021 NX 300h F Sport and Black Line edition

Lexus is giving the 2021 NX 300h an added dose of style with the new F Sport trim. This is the first time that Lexus is offering the F Sport trim in its NX 300h hybrid crossover, but there’s more good news. Buyers can also specify the Black Line package for more styling points.

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2021 Mazda CX-30 2.5 S receives a name change and new features

2021 Mazda CX-30 2.5 S receives a name change and new features

No, your eyes are not deceiving you. Mazda has renamed the CX-30 to the CX-30 2.5 S. Along with the name change, Mazda’s newest crossover is also home to an array of new standard kit and safety features. However, the ‘S’ moniker is just a formality since the 2021 CX-30 receives the same engine with the same power output.

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2020 Ram HD Blackout Edition features a monochromatic styling theme

2020 Ram HD Blackout Edition features a monochromatic styling theme

The word 'stunning' is not usually associated with large pick-up trucks. But the 2020 Ram HD Blackout Edition begs to differ. Ram gave the 1500 its first taste of the blackout treatment last year, and now it’s the Ram 2500 and 3500’s turn to receive a monochromatic styling package.

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