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Porsche Track Precision App can be displayed on the car’s infotainment screen

Porsche Track Precision App can be displayed on the car’s infotainment screen

Porsche has announced that it has extended the functionality of the Porsche Track Precision App. The update allows the app to be displayed on the car's infotainment screen via Apple CarPlay. While displayed on the screen, the app can be operated via the Porsche Communication Management System.

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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is ready for winter

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is ready for winter

American carmaker Ford is just about ready to deliver the first production units of its highly-anticipated Mustang Mach-E EV. According to Ford, customers in the U.S. and Europe can expect first deliveries to arrive by October 2020. And since the northeastern part of the United States is bracing for unexpected snowstorms due to the polar vortex, Ford is highlighting the winter capabilities of its first-ever EV in a new video.

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2020 Lexus UX 300e has an air-cooled battery pack

2020 Lexus UX 300e has an air-cooled battery pack

The 2020 Lexus UX 300e is the brand’s first-ever all-electric vehicle. But unlike modern EVs from Tesla, Jaguar, or BMW, the UX 300e is fitted with an air-cooled battery pack. Mind you, air-cooled battery packs were deployed in early models of the Nissan Leaf, but Lexus is taking it further by giving the battery pack a standard 10-year/million-kilometer warranty.

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2019 Jeep Wrangler Four-door earns a marginal rating after flipping over in a crash test

2019 Jeep Wrangler Four-door earns a marginal rating after flipping over in a crash test

Recently the IHS conducted a crash test on the 2019-2020 Jeep Wrangler four-door called the driver-side small overlap from crash test. In that test, the Jeep Wrangler was given a marginal rating after the vehicle flipped onto its passenger side after striking the test barrier. The redesigned Wrangler was evaluated in three separate driver-side small overlap crash tests.

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The 2021 VW Golf GTI has good news and bad for hot-hatch fans

The 2021 VW Golf GTI has good news and bad for hot-hatch fans

Volkswagen won't be bringing the new 2021 Golf GTE to the US, with the sports hybrid not joining its GTI sibling for the voyage across the Atlantic. Unveiled back in February, the 2021 Golf GTI and GTE are the two most potent versions of the eighth-generation car - for the moment, at least - though they take different routes to achieve that.

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Jimco Reaper combines luxury and ruggedness in a desirable pre-runner package

Jimco Reaper combines luxury and ruggedness in a desirable pre-runner package

The Jimco Reaper is a special kind of machine. Based on Jimco’s all-new Reaper off-road platform, this pre-runner offers the best of both worlds: All-conquering off-road prowess and premium luxury. Sure, your Lexus LX, Toyota Land Cruiser, or Range Rover can do the rugged-luxury thing as well, but the Jimco Reaper can do more than basic off-roading.

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Alfa Romeo celebrates 110th birthday with updated versions of the Giulia and Stelvio

Alfa Romeo celebrates 110th birthday with updated versions of the Giulia and Stelvio

Historic Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo is turning 110 this June. Celebrating this event are updated models of the 2020 Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV. And as expected from Alfa Romeo, the changes were carefully selected to make the Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio more stylish, louder, and more fun to drive.

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Mercedes talks about how far steering wheels have come

Mercedes talks about how far steering wheels have come

Drivers take for granted that the steering wheel has always been around. No matter which brand of vehicle you purchase, they all have steering wheels and common controls. That wasn't always the case with the first Mercedes-Benz cars using a simple tiller for steering. Mercedes is talking up its new E-Class that will launch in the summer of 2020 that features a completely digitized generation of the steering wheel.

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Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD Spyder dances and sings for the keenest drivers

Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD Spyder dances and sings for the keenest drivers

Lamborghini has a new version of its V10 Huracán sports car, with the Huracán EVO Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder dropping both the roof and the AWD for maximum reward. Announced today with the automaker's first use of augmented reality - since in-person events are off the table right now - the new Spyder may not have a roof but it still packs 610 horsepower.

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Maserati MC20 prototype spied cruising the streets of Milan

Maserati MC20 prototype spied cruising the streets of Milan

The all-new 2020 Maserati MC20 super sports car was anticipated to debut at the end of this month. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we won’t be seeing the production version until September 2020 at the latest. And just recently, Maserati released a few spy images of the MC20 prototype circling at night in the Piazza degli Affari in Milan, Italy.

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2021 Audi lineup gets more standard equipment and exterior updates

2021 Audi lineup gets more standard equipment and exterior updates

Audi of America has recently unveiled a full list of updates and pricing for its 2021 model year portfolio. Potential buyers can expect more standard equipment, updated infotainment and driver assistance systems, and exterior design updates from every new Audi vehicle. From the Audi A4 to the flagship Q8, here are the most crucial changes across the board.

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Volvo reveals the self-driving tech its cars will include from 2022

Volvo reveals the self-driving tech its cars will include from 2022

Volvo will offer autonomous-ready cars that could drive themselves on the highway with no interaction or monitoring by a human driver from 2022, the automaker has announced today, tapping a highly-integrated LIDAR sensor for the advanced assistance feature. Volvo Highway Pilot will build on the company's current Pilot Assist technology, but the driver of the car will no longer be responsible while on certain stretches of road.

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