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Cadillac Escalade Sport Edition is a darker form of luxury SUV

Cadillac Escalade Sport Edition is a darker form of luxury SUV

Cadillac has announced a new 2019 Escalade Sport Edition that brings a black-accented style to the premium luxury SUV. The Sport Edition package will be offered on the Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum models. Adding the Sport Edition package gets gloss black exterior trim for the front grilles, window moldings, body side moldings, and other locations.

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The 5 stand-out cars of the LA Auto Show 2018

The 5 stand-out cars of the LA Auto Show 2018

The LA Auto Show 2018 wasn't lacking in alluring supercars, concepts, and EVs, but some of the cars stood head and shoulders above the rest. Whether for their electric ambition, for putting a fresh spin on a classic, or just for being drop-dead delicious, these best-of-show models each have something to recommend them. Read on for our top five most noteworthy cars of the LA Auto Show 2018.

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2019 Volvo V60 pricing confirmed (and we know which we’d choose)

2019 Volvo V60 pricing confirmed (and we know which we’d choose)

Volvo has confirmed pricing for the 2010 Volvo V60, its capable - and handsome - new wagon addition to the 60 Series. Set to arrive in US dealerships next year, the cargo-friendly luxury wagon will be priced from $38,900, the automaker confirmed today.

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The Audi e-tron GT is capable and covetable

The Audi e-tron GT is capable and covetable

Audi didn't really need Robert Downey Jr. or an Iron Man connection to make the e-tron GT Concept stand out at the LA Auto Show 2018 this week: the stunning all-electric car is conspicuous enough on its own. Not only does the concept demonstrate Audi's flexible EV architecture, but its commitment to making electric cars that are not only capable but covetable, too.

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Tesla Model 3 hack puts YouTube and Ubuntu on the dash

Tesla Model 3 hack puts YouTube and Ubuntu on the dash

Modern cars may be computers on wheels, but even Tesla probably wasn't expecting Model 3 owners to go to the effort of rooting the EV and running Ubuntu on it. That's just what one person has spent an estimated 100 hours in doing, though, and in the process confirming exactly what hardware the Model 3's touchscreen-dominated dashboard runs, as well as getting owners of the car tentatively excited about future modifications.

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This Nissan Leaf NISMO RC all-electric racer is outrageous

This Nissan Leaf NISMO RC all-electric racer is outrageous

You may look at the Nissan Leaf and think "green urban runabout," but the automaker's NISMO racing specialists saw serious race potential in the electric car. Witness, then, the all-new - and seriously appealing - Nissan Leaf NISMO RC, the regular Leaf's bonkers racing sibling, complete with a whole lot of power.

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The 2020 Mazda3 takes a huge risk

The 2020 Mazda3 takes a huge risk

The 2020 Mazda3 is a gamble, and while it may look seductive with its newest iteration of Mazda's Kodo design language, the big risk is under the hood. Mazda has focused on its strengths - style, driving engagement, and being just plain different from Ford, Kia, Hyundai, and others - but it's what the Mazda3 isn't that may decide its fate.

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Ferrari SP3JC is a one-of-a-kind V12 drop top that is part F12tdf

Ferrari SP3JC is a one-of-a-kind V12 drop top that is part F12tdf

Owning a Ferrari is something that many aspire to, and few ever get to own. For the well-heeled out there Ferrari has created some limited edition models that offer more performance than the garden variety Ferrari can muster. One of those was the F12tdf that was limited edition with only 799 of them made. Ferrari has taken that F12tdf and used the chassis and running gear to make a one-off roadster for a collector.

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2020 Hyundai Palisade is a big, beautiful people hauler

2020 Hyundai Palisade is a big, beautiful people hauler

Families need vehicles that have plenty of room inside to haul kids, the friends that come with kids, and all the gear that you need to enjoy life. For many of those people, a van isn't what they want leaving them looking for an SUV that fits the bill. Hyundai has a new 3-row SUV that it unveiled at the LA Auto Show that will give families the room they need with three rows of seating for up to eight.

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Forget hamsters, the 2020 Kia Soul EV is charming by itself

Forget hamsters, the 2020 Kia Soul EV is charming by itself

Kia doesn't need hamsters any more: the 2020 Soul and Soul EV are compelling enough on their own merits. With the furry sidekicks out of the way, the third-generation Soul hatchback can focus instead on its own particular recipe of quirky style and punchy performance, particularly in its newest electric form.

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Android Auto update delivers new messaging and media features

Android Auto update delivers new messaging and media features

Today, Google announced a new update to Android Auto that has a couple of changes centered around making things easier. First and foremost, the company has improved Android Auto's content search and browsing capabilities in a number of different apps. Those that are getting in on the ground floor are apps like Google Play Books, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music, Spotify, and Pocket Casts, though more apps will be getting this functionality in the future.

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Rivian has a bold EV plan that Tesla could learn from

Rivian has a bold EV plan that Tesla could learn from

You might not know the name Rivian right now, but if the EV startup has its way you'll be saying it alongside Tesla in just a few years time. Having flown generally under the radar since setting up shop in 2009, the automaker brought not one but two cars to the LA Auto Show 2018 this week, and both have the potential to seriously shake up not only the electrification space, but the car industry in general.

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