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Next-Generation Lexus NX Spotted in Camo

01/21/2021
Next-Generation Lexus NX Spotted in Camo
We take our first heavily camouflaged look at the next-generation Lexus NX. This redesigned crossover will reportedly ride on the Toyota RAV4/Lexus ES platform and share powertrains with those vehicles. Our First Look has the full breakdown.

New Mercedes SL Drops the Hardtop and Replaces S-Class Cab

01/14/2021
New Mercedes SL Drops the Hardtop and Replaces S-Class Cab
Our sources reveal that the Mercedes-Benz SL will be redesigned for 2022. Spy photos reveal that a new soft top will replace the previous multipiece folding hardtop, and it could feature Mercedes' new 800-horsepower V8 hybrid.

FINALLY: 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Is New and Packs a Third Row

01/07/2021
FINALLY: 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Is New and Packs a Third Row
After a full decade, the fifth-generation Grand Cherokee is finally here.The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L has more off-road and technology features than ever, and a third row means the whole family can get in on the fun.

New OLED Hyperscreen Debuts in the 2022 Mercedes EQS Electric Sedan

01/07/2021
New OLED Hyperscreen Debuts in the 2022 Mercedes EQS Electric Sedan
The 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS will be the automaker's range-topping EV sedan. Based on a dedicated electric platform, the EQS is smaller than an S-Class but will feature similar interior accommodations. Read on to learn what we know so far.

2021 Nissan Kicks Refresh: Not the Kick in the Pants We'd Hoped

01/06/2021
2021 Nissan Kicks Refresh: Not the Kick in the Pants We'd Hoped
More tech, new rear disc brakes on upper trims, and other upgrades add to the appeal of this affordable subcompact SUV. Get all the details from our First Drive of the updated 2021 Nissan Kicks.

Driving the 2021 Toyota Mirai: A Lovely, but Lonely, Push for Hydrogen

12/29/2020
Driving the 2021 Toyota Mirai: A Lovely, but Lonely, Push for Hydrogen
We're whirring into a possibly hydrogen-powered future in Toyota's redesigned Mirai. It looks great and drives better, but an undeveloped fueling station network limits the Mirai's audience.





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