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2019 Infiniti QX50 revealed with a world’s-first engine

2019 Infiniti QX50 revealed with a world’s-first engine

There's no denying that the US is crossover-crazy, and Infiniti wants a piece of the luxury action with this, the 2019 Infiniti QX50. Making its official debut at the LA Auto Show 2017 today, the all-new SUV won't be mistaken for any other brand from the outside. However, it's what's going on under the hood that could shake up the segment.

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VW I.D. CROZZ previews 2020’s electric crossover

VW I.D. CROZZ previews 2020’s electric crossover

Volkswagen has brought its electric crossover concept to the LA Auto Show 2017, the VW. I.D. CROZZ, and the little SUV EV is something particularly special. That's because, the German automaker says, while the show car may only be a concept today, the production car will be the first of VW's next-generation EVs to hit US roads.

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LA Auto Show 2017 preview: 5 new cars we can’t wait to see

LA Auto Show 2017 preview: 5 new cars we can’t wait to see

2017 may be drawing to a close, but there's still one big event left: the LA Auto Show 2017 kicks off this week. Finishing up the year on a high, we're expecting a wide range of new cars from automakers domestic and international. Convertible hybrids, more capacious new SUVs, and some serious luxury... check out five of the cars we're most excited about, set to debut at this year's show.

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2019 Subaru Ascent SUV teases long-awaited 3-row return

2019 Subaru Ascent SUV teases long-awaited 3-row return

Subaru fans love the all-wheel-drive addicted automaker but want more space, and that's just what the company is promising with its new 3-row SUV. The 2019 Subaru Ascent is set to debut at the LA Auto Show 2017 in just a few weeks time, and promises to relaunch the automaker back into a category they haven't played in since 2012.

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Watch how the new Discovery makes towing easy

Watch how the new Discovery makes towing easy

The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery is headed to the US next year, and for those planning to put the SUV to work rather than just do the school run, you might want to tick the new Advanced Tow Assist option. Intended to make reversing when towing large objects like boats and horse boxes more straightforward, it's part of a suite of new technology that gives the high-end truck its serious off-road cred. Making its US debut at the LA Auto Show this week, we caught up with the new Discovery to test the tech out.

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Volvo trials concierge app to refuel and relocate your car

Volvo trials concierge app to refuel and relocate your car

A luxury car today means one with leather seats that massage you in traffic, but Volvo is taking a roundabout route to owner-pleasure by removing repetitive chores like filling up the gas tank. The Swedish company has announced a trial of its new concierge service, with which drivers of its most expensive models will be able to delegate the more mundane tasks of car ownership. The pilot will kick off with 300 Volvo owners, though only in a limited area.

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2017 VW e-Golf boosts range and power ahead of Model 3

2017 VW e-Golf boosts range and power ahead of Model 3

Volkswagen's e-Golf has been given a range and power refresh, with the 2017 version of the all-electric car now capable of 50-percent more range than its predecessor. The plug-in, revealed today at the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles, now accommodates a bigger battery: 35.8 kWh, rather than the 24.2 kWh of the old car. That nudges total range up to 124 miles.

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Legend resurrected, the Jaguar XKSS skips 1957 to 2016 LA

Legend resurrected, the Jaguar XKSS skips 1957 to 2016 LA

It takes a special classic car to overshadow the modern exotica of the LA Auto Show, but Jaguar has done just that with the first newly-manufactured XKSS in nearly six decades. The "New Original" XKSS is the first example of an ambitious - some might say crazy - project by Jaguar Classic, the division of the automaker dedicated to preserving and supporting the heritage models in the marque's lengthy back-catalog. Just a handful will be produced, each by hand, in the UK.

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The Rezvani Beast Alpha’s crazy doors almost overshadow its speed

The Rezvani Beast Alpha’s crazy doors almost overshadow its speed

The LA Auto Show isn't short on high-powered automotive madness, but few can quite reach the excesses - and exclusivity - of the bizarre 2017 Rezvani Beast Alpha. Handiwork of the Orange County, California based automaker startup which has put extreme performance as its primary goal, the Beast Alpha takes the open-top Beast of 2015 and gives it a power and styling upgrade. That includes doors that could put gullwings to shame.

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All hail Mercedes-AMG’s E 63 S 4MATIC+, the anti-Tesla

All hail Mercedes-AMG’s E 63 S 4MATIC+, the anti-Tesla

With Tesla squeezing even more performance out of the Model S today, it's never been a better time to be an electric speed-addict, but what if your tastes lean more toward the Death Star than the plucky eco-resistance? The devils at Mercedes-AMG have just the answer, in the shape of the company's most powerful E-Class sedan ever. Dubbed the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+, it's 612 horsepower of fossil fuel burning magic.

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Bucking trends, Acura reveals vision of tomorrow’s dashboard

Bucking trends, Acura reveals vision of tomorrow’s dashboard

A concept car might be an eye-catching flight of fancy, but considering most of our time is spent inside our cars, concept interiors like Acura's Precision Cockpit are arguably more important. Revealed at the LA Auto Show today, the carless-concept is the fruit of single team responsible for materials, design, and software as Acura readies itself for an increasingly-connected, often-autonomous future. It's also the Japanese premium car company's opportunity to school rivals on just how dashboard interaction should behave.

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The Mercedes-Maybach S 650 Cabriolet is kinda ridiculous

The Mercedes-Maybach S 650 Cabriolet is kinda ridiculous

When you already have some of the most luxurious drop-tops in your line-up, how do you elevate open-air motoring to live up to the Maybach name? That's the challenge the Mercedes-Maybach team set itself, and the answer comes with this, the S 650 Cabriolet, at the LA Auto Show 2016. Hitting production in painfully small numbers, it's the hyper-luxe version of the S-Class convertible.

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