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2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class previews rear-axle steering and E-Active Body Control suspension

2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class previews rear-axle steering and E-Active Body Control suspension

Mercedes-Benz is at it again. Slowly but surely, the German carmaker is highlighting the many different new features in its next-generation 2021 S-Class luxury sedan. Yesterday, Mercedes-Benz went to Facebook to showcase its latest augmented reality heads-up display screen (AR-HUD) complete with innovative graphics and animations.

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2021 Brabus Mercedes-Benz GLB: Worthy alternative to a proper AMG

2021 Brabus Mercedes-Benz GLB: Worthy alternative to a proper AMG

For a moment, let’s forget the fact that Mercedes-Benz has a proper AMG 35 version of the 2021 GLB crossover. Now we got that out of the way, we present to you the Brabus GLB, a worthy alternative to the AMG GLB. It may have less power than the one from Affalterbach, but the Bottrop native has more torque from its tuned 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine.

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GMC Hummer EV SUV shown for first time as 2020 unveil pushed back

GMC Hummer EV SUV shown for first time as 2020 unveil pushed back

General Motors already promised us not one but two versions of the GMC Hummer EV, and now it's dropping some heavy-handed hints as to what to expect from the design. While the pickup Hummer EV - which reboots the iconic name with an all-electric drivetrain - was already known about, it was only this month that GM confirmed it would make a Hummer EV SUV version as well.

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There’s terrible news if you were waiting for the 2021 Kia Soul EV

There’s terrible news if you were waiting for the 2021 Kia Soul EV

One of the most eagerly-anticipated new electric cars has been scratched from the US launch roadmap, it's reported, with the Kia Soul EV apparently no longer coming to America. Announced in late 2018 alongside the third-generation Soul update, the 2020 Soul EV had already missed its original launch date for the US market. That, it seems, was only a precursor to worse news.

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2021 Hyundai Veloster N gets an automatic – but no, it’s not blasphemy

2021 Hyundai Veloster N gets an automatic – but no, it’s not blasphemy

Hyundai's hot hatch is getting a new transmission option, with the 2021 Veloster N offering a high-tech dual-clutch automatic alongside the standard six-speed manual. Headed to dealerships in 2021 model year cars come October, the new N Eight-Speed Wet Dual-Clutch Transmission promises what only a few years ago would've been unthinkable to enthusiasts: day to day convenience paired with manual-style driver involvement.

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Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 is 830hp of V12 engineering magic

Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 is 830hp of V12 engineering magic

Lamborghini promised something outrageous from the Essenza SCV12, and sure enough the track-only hypercar promises to drop jaws whether standing still or at speed. Latest in the Italian automaker's series of limited-edition, super-exclusive coupes, it boasts both the most powerful V12 that Lamborghini has ever made, and engineering that not only borrows from, but actually surpasses "proper" race cars.

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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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2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible first drive review – Top down, allure up

2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible first drive review – Top down, allure up

It's been a painfully long wait for the 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible. I'm a big fan of the LC 500 coupe, and like many was made that way the first time I laid eyes on its concept-stylings back in 2016. It's a luxurious grand tourer that, even after several years on sale, still turns heads with its elegant design, futuristic trim, and of course the benefit of Lexus' flagship LF-A supercar's aura. Then there's the naturally-aspirated V8 engine, giving it the raw power of a true muscle car. There's no replacement for displacement, after all.

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2021 Honda Odyssey loads minivan favorite with more active safety tech

2021 Honda Odyssey loads minivan favorite with more active safety tech

Honda has revealed the newest version of its minivan, with the 2021 Odyssey promising more flexibility inside along with an upgrade to the standard active safety tech. Honda Sensing will be standard-fit across every 2021 Odyssey trim, with features like Low-Speed Follow, Pedestrian Emergency Braking, and Traffic Sign Recognition being added to the suite.

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Hyundai Motor Group shows off new AC technology for vehicles

Hyundai Motor Group shows off new AC technology for vehicles

Anyone with asthma or allergies knows that keeping the air clean inside their home or office helps reduce the number of symptoms they experience. Keeping the air clean inside a vehicle can be a struggle. Hyundai Motor Group is showing off new air-conditioning technologies that are designed to maintain clean air inside the car. The new technologies consist of three features specifically designed for improved air quality.

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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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2020 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S Coupe Review – Suspend Disbelief

2020 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S Coupe Review – Suspend Disbelief

Silence, for a moment, should it exist, that part of your brain which says "you do not need a 503 horsepower SUV that thinks it's a coupe," because otherwise the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S Coupe may be a tough sell. It's Stuttgart's answer to a question that I'm not sure many actually asked, though that's not to say offering more power and pizazz that any shopper in the market for a compact luxury crossover requires doesn't have its charms.

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