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Volkswagen says it’s Going to Build a Convertible Crossover

If there’s one thing automakers love to do, it’s chase trends. So even though Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet sales never really took off, Land Rover now sells the Range Rover Evoque Convertible. And today, Volkswagen announced plans to build its own convertible crossover coupe based on the new T-Roc. Expect it to go on sale in the first half of 2020. […]

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Refreshing or Revolting: 2019 Volvo V60

After spending all of 2015 with a Volvo V60 long-termer, we came away seriously impressed by the Swedish wagon’s do-everything capability. It was fun to drive, comfortable, offered plenty of cargo room, and could even handle some light off-roading. It never sold in huge numbers, but the V60 was a great little wagon. Now, however, […]

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This Shadowy Video Shows More of the A6 Than Audi Intended

It hasn’t been redesigned since 2011, but the Audi A6 is still stylish, comfortable, and relatively fun to drive. It also has one of the best interiors in the midsize luxury segment. Today, Audi released a new video teasing the next-generation A6. At first glance, it doesn’t look like there’s much to see, but despite the close-ups and quick cuts we […]

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From the Ashes: Project Phoenix is Jon Olsson’s Stunning New Audi RS 6 Wagon

A few years ago, Swedish freeskier Jon Olsson’s highly customized Audi RS 6 Avant achieved internet stardom thanks to its wild DTM-inspired look and more than 900 hp on tap. It was sold to a new owner and subsequently stolen at gunpoint only to be found burned to the ground. Though it was no longer […]

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Porsche Promises the Next 911 Won’t Go Electric

After showing off the gorgeous Mission E concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche waited only a few months to confirm plans to put the electric sports sedan into production. It’s currently scheduled to go on sale in 2019, and Porsche’s said it expects to sell about 20,000 a year. But as serious as Porsche is about […]

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