Category: Automotive Newswire

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Porsche Taycan Completing Final Test Drives

Porsche Taycan Completing Final Test Drives

The Porsche Taycan is officially one step closer to production. It is currently doing extreme temperature endurance testing worldwide. From the Arctic Circle to South African deserts, Porsche is putting the Taycan battery through its paces. The Porsche Taycan is the company’s most anticipated vehicle as its the first electric car that is a real...

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Mercedes-AMG A 35 Sedan Breaks Cover

The mechanical geniuses at AMG have laid their hands upon the current A Class. The result is a 300 horsepower, all-wheel-drive sedan stunner called the Mercedes-AMG A 35 sedan. Starting at $32,500, the A Class is meant to be the “entry level” Mercedes Benz. Its targeted at those who want a certain level of luxury...

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Porsche Reveals 2020 Cayenne Coupe

When is an SUV a coupe? When Porsche builds it. The 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe is coming and I have questions. Specifically, what sorcery did the brand use to turn a SUV into a coupe despite having all four of its doors? For most of my life the word “coupe” within the context of cars...

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Pardon Me, Would you have any Pico de Gallo

Pardon Me, Would you have any Pico de Gallo

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Spotted in the Wild Rolls’ first-ever SUV can tackle any desert, duo of test vehicles spotted on the 210 When Rolls-Royce revealed the Cullinan in May, customers went wild despite or perhaps because of its $325,000 price tag. It was only a matter of time that the stalwart luxury brand from Goodwood would...

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Volvo’s 39 minutes of fame

Volvo’s 39 minutes of fame

Being a fan of Volvo, for their safety and… bla bla… Mainly because I’m half-Swedish, I decided to follow up on the article we published just a little while ago about the interesting way Volvo was releasing their most exclusive S60 sedans, the Volvo S60 T8 Polestar Engineered: only through their mobile app(!)… Well, it turns out that...

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Subscribe to LACar (and a Volvo?)

Subscribe to LACar (and a Volvo?)

Subscriptions, in my mind, once mainly meant receiving a magazine daily, weekly, or monthly. Then came the shaver-heads and toothbrushes that are sent out to you on a set schedule. Contact lenses, I just learned, are also offered in this way (I’m a new contact wearer). But seeing the word subscription applied to a car...

 

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