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2021 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid looks exactly like the gasoline model, and that’s nice

2021 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid looks exactly like the gasoline model, and that’s nice

Hyundai debuted the seventh-gen 2021 Elantra in an online event a couple of weeks ago. And for the first time ever, the South Korean automaker revealed a hybrid version of the Elantra as well. While specific details were a bit sketchy back then, Hyundai was kind enough to release more images of the Elantra Hybrid a couple of days back.

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Audi is releasing 20 new EVs by 2025 using four dedicated electric platforms

Audi is releasing 20 new EVs by 2025 using four dedicated electric platforms

Audi recently created a series of articles explaining the technology behind the brand. The first is a comprehensive take on Audi’s plan to release 20 all-electric models by 2025. It sounds like a massive undertaking, but Audi can rely on parent company Volkswagen’s industrial and technological strength to make it a reality.

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Volkswagen debuts Basecamp off-road accessories for new Atlas SUV

Volkswagen debuts Basecamp off-road accessories for new Atlas SUV

German carmaker Volkswagen has unveiled a new range of Basecamp off-road accessories for the 2021 Atlas SUV. We previously declared the Atlas as a worthy rival to the seven-seat Ford Explorer, and we stand by our words. But if there’s one thing missing from the Atlas, it doesn’t have the same outdoorsy, athletic, and rugged vibe of the Explorer – until now.

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2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is roomy to a fault

2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is roomy to a fault

From the onset, we knew the 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is a roomy five-seat SUV. But how roomy is it compared to other SUVs? With today’s enormous variety of crossovers, subcompact SUVs, and midsize derivatives, it’s hard to pinpoint which is the roomiest of them all. Luckily for us, Volkswagen gave us some insight into why its newest Atlas Cross Sport is among the best in terms of practicality and everyday usability.

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D-Wave Systems offers free quantum cloud access to beat COVID-19

D-Wave Systems offers free quantum cloud access to beat COVID-19

In a recent press release, D-Wave Systems Inc. is now offering free access to its Leap quantum cloud service to beat the COVID-19 pandemic. D-Wave is considered a leader in quantum computing software, systems, and services.

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BMW is committed to hydrogen fuel cells with i Hydrogen NEXT

BMW is committed to hydrogen fuel cells with i Hydrogen NEXT

It’s an open secret that BMW and Toyota are working together in developing the German carmaker’s next-generation hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Meet the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT. It’s based on BMW’s current-gen X5 SUV and is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain. Developed in conjunction with the Toyota Motor Corporation since 2013, the i Hydrogen NEXT will debut in 2022 as a small series of test vehicles.

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2021 Genesis G80 debuts with unprecedented styling and genuine luxury

2021 Genesis G80 debuts with unprecedented styling and genuine luxury

Genesis officially unveiled the all-new G80 midsize luxury sedan last Sunday. And from the looks of it, the new G80 is poised to take the thunder away from the Mercedes E-Class, BMW 5-Series, and even the Audi A7. This isn’t our first time to lay eyes on the second-gen Genesis G80, but it looks as good as we remember with its GV80-inspired styling cues.

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Genesis Cares Job Loss Protection expands to support customers affected by COVID-19

Genesis Cares Job Loss Protection expands to support customers affected by COVID-19

Genesis Motor America is expanding its Genesis Cares Job Loss Protection program to support existing customers in the face of a growing COVID-19 pandemic. Genesis Finance has partnered with Genesis Motor America to defer loan and lease payments to all current Genesis owners. This program is scheduled to start immediately and covers all customers who leased their Genesis vehicles before March 14, 2020.

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2021 Mini Cooper S Sidewalk Edition starts at just under $40,000

2021 Mini Cooper S Sidewalk Edition starts at just under $40,000

We knew Mini was returning the Sidewalk Edition visual package this year. However, we didn’t expect a sub-$40,000 price tag, but there’s a reason for this. As it turns out, the Sidewalk Edition is only available on the Cooper S which starts at $32,900.

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Lamborghini is recalling 26 Aventador SVJs to fix a faulty door handle

Lamborghini is recalling 26 Aventador SVJs to fix a faulty door handle

Without a hint of doubt, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is a brutish supercar. However, Lamborghini and the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a recall notice for 26 Aventador SVJs to fix a faulty door handle. According to Lamborghini, this minor defect might cause both driver and passenger to get trapped inside the vehicle.

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2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S receives Lightweight and Sport packages

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S receives Lightweight and Sport packages

The 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S remains the big daddy of supercars. And with Porsche’s new Lightweight and Sport packages – offered in the 911 Turbo S for the very first time – it could very well be the ultimate 911. For now.

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Audi’s 2.9L V6 in the 2020 S6 and S7 has an electric supercharger

Audi’s 2.9L V6 in the 2020 S6 and S7 has an electric supercharger

Previous versions of the Audi S6 and S7 were powered by a 450-horsepower turbocharged V8. For the 2020 S6 and S7, Audi went the downsizing route and gave both vehicles a smaller yet equally potent twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 engine. Producing 444-horsepower and more torque than the V8, something is afoot.

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