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BMW Will Send 30 Special Edition M4 Convertibles to the U.S.

Back in 2014, BMW celebrated the 30th anniversary of the original M5 with a limited run of 300 special editions called the “30 Jahre M5” (jahre being the German word for “years”). Then, in 2016, BMW celebrated the M3’s 30th birthday with 500 copies of a special 30 Jahre M3. This year, because two-door M3s are now […]

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2019 Volvo V60: Five Things You Need to Know

We generally like the current V60, especially in Polestar form. Even with a dated infotainment system and confusing center console, it pairs wagon practicality with some of the most comfortable seats on the market. But after Volvo showed off the larger, all-new V90, the smaller V60 suddenly felt like yesterday’s news. That was, until today when Volvo revealed the […]

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Volvo XC40 Getting Inscription Model, All-Electric Variant

Volvo’s latest crossover, the compact XC40, just hit the market but the automaker continues to roll out updates. This time, Volvo has announced a new luxurious Inscription trim for the U.S. and a turbocharged three-cylinder engine for Europe that will later be part of the upcoming electrified Twin Engine plug-in powertrain. An all-electric XC40 is also in […]

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Meet the Ferrari 488 Pista and its 711-HP V-8

Last April, we heard a rumor that Ferrari was working on a hardcore version of the 488 GTB that would make more than 700 hp. Since then, a number of leaks all-but confirmed that this car was coming before Ferrari released its first teaser. We’re not sure whether yesterday’s leak forced Ferrari to move up the official announcement, […]

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New Hyundai Santa Fe Officially Debuts in Korea

Hyundai dropped a few more photos of the Korean-market Santa Fe following its official  debut in Korea. In addition, the automaker revealed a few drivetrain details as well as tech features that will be available in Hyundai’s home market. The Korean-market Santa Fe will offer three engine options, including two turbodiesels (a 2.0-liter and a 2.2-liter) […]

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