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2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV: Five Questions Answered

The 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV starts at $44,995 in the U.S., $54,198 in Canada, freight and delivery charges included. Performance-focused SS variant boasts 557 horsepower and 648 pound-feet of torque. Driving range estimated at between 247 and 320 miles, or 397 and 515 km, according to the chosen trim level and battery size. The 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV is...

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV: Five Questions Answered

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV
The 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV will be available in limited quantities in the fall of 2023. Three trim levels, driving range between 250 and 300 miles or 400 and 480 km. Base price announced at around $30,000 in the U.S., $37,250 in Canada. The 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV made its public debut during the 2022 Detroit Auto Show, and...

2024 Ford Mustang Revealed In Detroit

2024 Ford Mustang
The 2024 Ford Mustang has been overhauled inside and out. Two engine choices remain available, a turbo 2.3L four and a 5.0L V8. Remote Rev feature allows owners to rev their cars’ engine remotely with the key fob. Ford has just written a new chapter in the Mustang’s long history. As the iconic muscle car approaches its 60th birthday,...

2023 Chevrolet Tahoe RST Performance Edition Unveiled in Detroit

2023 Chevrolet Tahoe RST Performance Edition
The 2023 Chevy Tahoe RST Performance Edition belts out 433 horsepower. Its 6.2L V8 engine provides 0-to-60 mph dashes of 5.78 seconds. Police-grade suspension calibration, Brembo front and rear brakes. GM is all about electrification and zero-emissions vehicles these days, but the automaker hasn’t forgotten what’s generating revenue right now, and that’s big high-horsepower trucks and SUVs like the...

The Sad State Of Affairs At The 2019 Detroit Auto Show

2019 Detroit Auto Show NAIAS
The Detroit Auto Show was once the greatest of its kind. A quick glance at the show floor plan tells a different story. As we begin setting up to cover the 2019 edition of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, we think back on days when this was the place to be – if you had to be...

The 2019 Mercedes G-Class: more capability, less weight

2019 G-Class
“If it works, don’t fix it”. A short phrase that definitely applies to the looks of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. This exclusive truck has been popular to a select class of people and its external appearance has not changed significantly since 1979. Today, the German manufacturer presents the 2019 model of the rugged yet classy truck. Without surprise, it maintained...

GAC Motor at the 2018 North American International Auto Show

GAC Motor GS8
GAC Motor is planning for its future in North America This is not the first time that a Chinese automaker rents out some floor space at the NAIAS. This time however, the vibe is very different. As is the product. I took the time to sit in and briefly look over all of GAC Motor’s product on the show floor...

Honda Insight Prototype unveiled at the North American International Auto Show

Honda Insight
Honda is clearly seeing green. After the launch of the Clarity last year, the Japanese manufacturer is now bringing back the Insight nameplate, and positioning it just above the popular Civic. This “compact premium hybrid” will feature seating for five passengers, a version of the third generation of Honda’s two-motor hybrid system and loads of technology. Physically, the Honda Insight...

Nissan Xmotion Concept: Nissan unveils a bold looking SUV in Detroit

Nissan Xmotion Concept
A lot of this year’s unveilings in Detroit were known prior to the show, but this one wasn’t. Nissan had teased his latest rugged SUV, but we didn’t know much about this bold new design. With these oversized tires and exaggerated ground clearance, the Xmotion definitely stands out compared to nowadays Nissan lineup of crossovers. And since the japanese brand...

2019 Hyundai Veloster at the 2018 North American International Auto Show

Hyundai Veloster
The 2018 Detroit Auto Show will be remembered as the one where Ford, Ram and Chevrolet unveiled their newest pickup trucks. If there’s a car that’s overshadowed by those big American rigs, it’s definitely the Hyundai Veloster, a small urban car that didn’t sell that well in its first generation. But Hyundai isn’t giving up on its 3-door hatchback, as...