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Jeep Teases Wrangler or Gladiator Sporting “392” Badge, Hinting at 6.4-Liter Hemi V-8 Power

The news lately has been wall-to-wall 2021 Ford Bronco, and that’s quite understandable. It’s going to be one of the most noteworthy new SUVs in recent memory. But while the Bronco’s been away, the Jeep Wrangler has been holding down the fort for open-air off-road-oriented SUVs. It helps that the Jeep already has a stacked […]

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Here Is the Ford F-150 Raptor SUV That Ford Never Built

Custom shops often take, shall we say, artistic liberties when building unique cars, and the results aren’t always good (for evidence, take a gander at some of the show cars from the SEMA aftermarket bonanza). This custom Ford Everest is a welcome exception, however, and gives us an idea what a Ford F-150 Raptor pickup […]

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Swede Emotion: The Koenigsegg Regera Takes the Spotlight in Action-Packed Video

Christian von Koenigsegg is clearly in need of a new creative outlet. The founder of the hypercar company that bears his name is seemingly so bored that he’s turned to making films about his cars. No doubt, Koenigsegg makes some stellar automobiles. But what we aren’t too sure of is Koenigsegg’s film-making chops. Still, with so many […]

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How Roadkill Happened, and Why It’s Must-See TV

“I’m Freiburger. That’s Finnegan. This is the show where we play with cars and you point and laugh.” And with that, David Freiburger launched Roadkill. Eight years and more than 100 episodes later, Roadkill is still going strong. In fact, it’s one of the most successful and widely watched automotive TV and video series ever, […]

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2021 Jeep Gladiator Diesel Now Available to Order

Jeep said it would introduce a diesel-powered version of the Gladiator this year, and despite the world’s state of affairs, the automaker is keeping its word. The 2021 Jeep Gladiator diesel will hit dealerships in the third quarter of the year, and Jeep is now taking orders. As previously reported, the truck’s turbocharged 3.0-liter diesel […]

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The Lincoln Corsair, Nautilus, and Aviator Catch Mono for 2020 and 2021

Lincoln brings the stylish Monochromatic package to its smaller Corsair, Nautilus, and Aviator crossover and SUV models for 2021—2020, in the Nautilus’s case—after originally introducing the kit on its flagship Navigator. As its name implies, the Mono package gives these American luxury vehicles a noir-appropriate look courtesy of black-painted wheels and body-color-painted exterior trim pieces, […]

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2021 Subaru Crosstrek First Look: More Power + Sport Trim Level

We’ve reported for some time the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek small SUV would receive a bigger, more powerful optional engine. That is now official thanks to Subaru’s confirmation of the 2021 Crosstrek’s Sport model that uses the same 2.5-liter boxer four-cylinder seen in the current Forester. In addition to the Sport—which slots above the base and […]

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Hyundai Introduces Manual Transmission Without a Clutch Pedal—Is It Really a Stick Shift?

It’s hard to put a finger on exactly why driving a car with a manual transmission is so much fun. Is it the control you feel selecting your own gears, that visceral connection formed between human and machine? Is it the satisfaction of knowing you’re doing more work than 90 percent of other drivers on […]

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