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Volkswagen reveals a complete accessory line for the Taos SUV

Volkswagen reveals a complete accessory line for the Taos SUV

Volkswagen of America has revealed a new line of accessories for its Taos compact SUV. All the accessories are meant to complement the style of the SUV and make it more adaptable to the different things customers want to do with their vehicle. VW says the line of accessories for the smaller Taos SUV comes after it received an overwhelmingly positive response to the Basecamp line of accessories for its Atlas full-size SUV.

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DarwinPro GTR Style body kit will transform your McLaren 720S into a Senna GTR

DarwinPro GTR Style body kit will transform your McLaren 720S into a Senna GTR

Without question, the McLaren 720S is the epitome of supercar performance and aerodynamic styling, but the latter is subjective. But if (for some strange reason) you want your 720S to resemble McLaren’s hardcore Senna GTR, DarwinPro has the solution. And no, it doesn’t involve selling your 720S and paying more money for a $1.7-million Senna GTR.

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Tesla Model S Plaid+ canceled Elon Musk confirms: This is why

Tesla Model S Plaid+ canceled Elon Musk confirms: This is why

The Tesla Model S Plaid+ has been cancelled, with Elon Musk confirming on Sunday that what was to be the most potent version of the all-electric sedan will no longer be put into production. Tesla had previously said that the Plaid+ trim would be its fastest EV ever, though sheer performance was only part of its overall appeal.

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Tesla recalls some Model 3 and Model Y cars

Tesla recalls some Model 3 and Model Y cars

No automakers are immune from recalls. Sometimes, faulty components are integrated into vehicles, or mistakes are made that lead to parts that pose a potential hazard to owners. When this happens, auto manufacturers team up with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue recalls to protect owners.

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2021 Volvo V90 Cross Country Review: Compelling Confidence

2021 Volvo V90 Cross Country Review: Compelling Confidence

It takes a certain type of person to buy a 2021 Volvo V90 Cross Country. I'm not entirely sure if it's a matter of self-assurance, or the sort of rationality and awareness that some of us need a decade of therapy to get close to, but in a sea of SUVs this almost-wagon has a quiet confidence it's hard to ignore.

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Bentley shows off its awesome Pikes Peak racer

Bentley shows off its awesome Pikes Peak racer

Bentley has given technical details on its Continental GT3 Pikes Peak racecar. The vehicle makes more than 750 bhp and 1000 Nm torque from a thoroughly revised 4.0-liter V-8 engine. The car also has lots of aerodynamic details allowing it to produce 30 percent more downforce than the standard Continental GT3 racing car.

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Chevrolet Bolt EUV and Bolt EV police packages are available for 2022

Chevrolet Bolt EUV and Bolt EV police packages are available for 2022

All around the country, police departments see the benefits of using electric and hybrid vehicles for part of their fleets that won't be involved in long-distance cruising or have the potential for high-speed chases. Many police vehicles are used for driving around cities enforcing parking, and shuttling detectives around to take statements. Switching to electric vehicles could save cities substantial amounts of money in fuel costs for that type of use.

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Fiat sets the roadmap for its huge all-electric transition

Fiat sets the roadmap for its huge all-electric transition

Fiat plans to go all-EV, transitioning the automaker's range from 2025 as it shifts away from internal combustion. The announcement follows Fiat's decision to only make an electric version of the new 500, its iconic city car.

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Nissan Ariya delayed as electric SUV faces chip challenge

Nissan Ariya delayed as electric SUV faces chip challenge

Nissan's all-electric SUV is being delayed, with the Ariya now expected to arrive months later than planned due to ongoing chip shortages. The SUV, set to be Nissan's largest EV, was intended to go on sale in Japan midway through 2021, but that roadmap has been pushed back - with an impact on international availability as a result.

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2022 Kia K5 gets a minor price hike and new GT-Line AWD Premium Package

2022 Kia K5 gets a minor price hike and new GT-Line AWD Premium Package

The 2022 Kia K5 is the South Korean automaker's newest midsize sedan. Although all-new from last year, Kia is updating the K5 sedan with a new badge, more safety features, and a new Premium Package for the K5 GT-Line AWD model.

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Loki Basecamp Falcon Series is your home away from home

Loki Basecamp Falcon Series is your home away from home

Canadian-American camper company Loki Basecamp recently unveiled its Falcon Series camper that fits behind a truck bed. Designed to stack neatly behind pickup trucks with 5, 6.5, or 8-foot beds, Falcon Series is more than just an aluminum-intensive tent. It’s a true four-season camper with standard air-conditioning, hot water supply, a heater, and composite insulation.

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2022 Tacoma Trail Edition gets a suspension lift and more

2022 Tacoma Trail Edition gets a suspension lift and more

Toyota has been busy revealing new models and concepts this week. One of the new trims the automaker has revealed is the 2022 Tacoma Trail Edition 4x4. This version of Toyota's popular mid-size truck is only offered in 4x4 drive configuration. One of the model's key features is that it gets a 1.1-inch front and 0.5-inch rear suspension lift.

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