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Subaru Launches Best-Ever Outback SUV

Sixth-gen model gets new turbocharged Boxer option.

by on Apr.17, 2019

The 2020 Subaru Outback offers a new 2.4-liter turbocharged Boxer engine putting out 260 horsepower.

Subaru of America is known for its rugged, safe and practical vehicles, and the all-new 2020 Outback did nothing but burnish that reputation during its introduction at the New York International Auto Show today.

The sixth-generation Outback offers the most advanced features, design and capability in its history, the company proclaimed. The ute comes standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology.

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The top-of-the-line capability isn’t limited to its ride and handling performance. Buyers can get it with the tablet-style 11.6-inch Subaru Starlink Multimedia system with integrated center information display, DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System.

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Jaguar Land Rover Offer Up New Vehicles in New York

New models provide glimpse into future products.

by on Apr.17, 2019

Jaguar shows off its new XE model at the New York International Auto Show.

Jaguar Land Rover is showing off the 2020 Jaguar XE as well as the limited edition 2020 Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic at the NYIAS. Designed and developed by Land Rover’s Special Operations unit, the new Velar Ranger Rover SVAutobiography extends the model’s performance and luxury.

The SVAutobiography Dynamic, with 550 horsepower, is the most powerful Velar that JLR has ever produced and is making its North American debut as is the new Jaguar XE.

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The newest version of the XE expands on the proportions of original design, taking the car’s sporting intent to a new level with more contemporary styling cues drawn from the Jaguar F-Type. The new XE appears wider and lower with larger front apertures and a more muscular design that hints at the car’s impressive performance and advanced aerodynamics. (more…)

Lincoln Corsair: a Small SUV with a Big Role to Play

Plug-in and full battery-electric models now in the works.

by on Apr.17, 2019

The 2020 Lincoln Corsair breaks cover in NY.

Check the dictionary and you’ll find a variety of different meanings for the word, “corsair.” It can be used to describe a pirate ship, as well as a World War II fighter plane, though Joy Falotico prefers the Latin definition, “journey,” or “course.”

That would seem more appropriate for Lincoln, the brand Falotico runs, because the Corsair is the newest in a series of recent models that are starting to put the luxury marque back on track after years of struggle.

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Replacing the old Lincoln MKC, and making its debut at this week’s New York International Auto Show, the Corsair gets a complete new look, a lot more upscale features and, about a year from introduction, it will also add a new plug-in hybrid drivetrain – with Lincoln likely to also add an all-electric version soon afterwards, Falotico told bingdb.info during a conversation in New York ahead of Corsair’s official NYIAS debut.

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Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition Bound for NYIAS

Q Inspiration Concept will share stage.

by on Apr.11, 2019

The 2019 Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition adds more luxurious touches to the mainstream sedan.

The sedan is dead. Long live the sedan.

While SUVs and CUVs may be taking over the U.S. market at a rapid pace, there’s still a sizable market for classic, three-box models like the Infiniti Q50. Nissan’s luxury brand is betting it can increase the sedan’s appeal by upping its luxury quotient.

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An upgraded version, dubbed the 2019 Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition will make its debut at the New York International Auto Show next week – sharing the stage with the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept that offers a glimpse into the future of the brand.

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Subaru Teases 2020 Outback Ahead of NYIAS Debut

More than just a tall Legacy wagon.

by on Apr.10, 2019

The 2020 Subaru Outback will share the same, new global platform as the latest Legacy sedan.

Few products are more closely associated with a brand than the Subaru Outback. It arguably could be claimed that original model, launched in 1994, helped save what was then a deeply troubled brand.

So, there’s good reason to pay attention whenever a new or significantly updated version of the Outback comes rolling out, even as Subaru continues to expand its line-up of crossover models.

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The automaker isn’t sharing much about the new Outback, beyond the teaser image shown here. But, considering Subaru just remade the Legacy sedan, which shares much of the same underpinnings as the Outback, we’re expecting some big news when the crossover rolls out at the New York International Auto Show next week.

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Ford China 2.0: Automaker Kicks Off Second Act in China

Automaker looks to better integrate Chinese partners into business.

by on Apr.03, 2019

Ford China President Anning Chen lays out the tenets of Ford China 2.0.

When it comes to its newest business blueprint for China, Ford Motor Co. is going by the numbers, specifically Ford China 2.0.

That’s what the automaker dubbed its reworked business plan for the world’s largest auto market where it has been perpetually behind its competition. However, Ford is pinning its rebound on an influx of new product and an increased reliance on its Chinese partners.

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Ford China 2.0 comprises five key plans and four centers of competence to accelerate the redesign of its business and sharpen its focus on the Chinese market. (more…)

Ford Unveils 2020 Escape

New sport-utility gets complete makeover.

by on Apr.02, 2019

Kumar Galhotra, Ford’s president, North America, introduces the new 2020 Ford Escape in metro Detroit.

Ford Motor Co. is pushing ahead with the overhaul of its product line with the unveiling of the 2020 Ford Escape, which is scheduled to reach showrooms next fall with a new range of powertrains including a new hybrid.

“This all-new Escape brings a sleeker, sportier design with the capability to take you on just about any of your life’s adventures,” said Kumar Galhotra, Ford’s president, North America.

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“With our class-leading hybrid powertrains, customers will spend less time at the gas station and more time on the road,” he added during the press preview at the Greenfield Village museum, which is located close to the company’s headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan. (more…)

Lincoln Teases Launch of New Corsair

Next-gen MKC crossover looks like a downsized Aviator.

by on Mar.27, 2019

The 2020 Lincoln Corsair will make its formal debut in New York next month.

For most of the past two decades, the Lincoln brand has been locked in a sort of automotive purgatory, parent Ford Motor Co. not quite set on dropping the luxury marque but not quite willing to give Lincoln the support it needed to attempt a serious comeback.

Things are about to change, and quite radically. Within just the last six months we’ve gotten a look at the all-new Aviator, as well as the updated Nautilus, the newly renamed MKX. And, in less than a month’s time, we’ll get a first look at the all-new Lincoln Corsair when it rolls out at the New York International Auto Show.

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With the Detroit brand finally abandoning its confusing and unloved alpha naming strategy, Corsair will be the replacement for the Lincoln MKC. And, if this teaser image and some of the spy shots we’ve seen lately are any indication, the compact crossover will look a lot like a baby Aviator.

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Order Domino’s Pizza at Touch of a Button: In Your Car

Pizza company joins Starbucks and other with car-based apps.

by on Mar.25, 2019

Domino's is developing a in-car app that allows you to order a pie on the fly.

First it was building a car specially designed to autonomously deliver its pies, now Domino’s is looking to develop an in-car app that allows users to order a pizza while they’re on the go.

Working with developer Xevo Inc., the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based pizza maker is following in the footsteps of Starbucks and others to allow motorists to order on the fly. The company doesn’t have a specific tie-up with a brand yet, but if the picture is any indication, General Motors is the leading contender.

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Domino’s plans to launch its AnyWare pizza ordering platform, which will be part of Xevo Market, sometime this year. It will be preloaded in the vehicle’s infotainment system. (more…)

First Drive: 2019 Dodge Challenger SXT AWD

Brand produces a modern-day classic.

by on Mar.19, 2019

The 2019 Dodge Challenger SXT is part of the group of muscle cars that have led to the renaissance of the segment.

Muscle cars have a durable appeal that survived the shift to Asian and European imports despite the reputation for quality problems that seemed to hover over American-made cars for years and even the ongoing shift away from passenger cars generally to utility vehicles and light trucks.

Moreover, in an era when electric and autonomous vehicles are threatening to remake the automotive landscape, American muscle cars have gone through something of a renaissance with the re-emergence of cars such as the Chevrolet Camaro, huge upgrades to the Ford Mustang and the splashy revival of Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger.

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Even with its lonely two doors, the Challenger, with its eye-catching exterior design and powerful V8 engine, could well be the epitome of the muscle-car revival. But the rebirth not only includes a sleek, sophisticated remake of the of the exterior sheet metal and a more efficient version of the traditional V8 but also a complete overhaul of the running gear that makes the ride and handling much better.   (more…)

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