Month: October 2020

Volvo Cars Chief Technology Officer Henrik Green says the Swedish automaker’s plans for next year remain on track, barring any unexpected setbacks caused by the ongoing pandemic. He also outlined Volvo’s battery localization strategy during an interview with Automotive News Europe Managing Editor Douglas A. Bolduc. Has the pandemic forced Volvo to adjust any of
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The Polestar 2 has arrived in the U.S., where it has two strikes against it. First of all, it’s an electric car — a sharp-looking fastback, but undeniably a sedan in a market that shows ever-declining interest in such vehicles. In addition, it’s made in China, so it faces a 27.5 percent tariff — a
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Finally! Finally, Cadillac has been allowed to deliver what we’ve always believed it’s capable of. For well over a decade now, the brand has brought us incredible bones, incredible performance, and incredible handling, but faltered on the luxury, on the details. The 2021 Cadillac Escalade sets things right, and not a moment too soon. We’ve
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DETROIT — The 2021 New York auto show is moving to August, four months later than planned, organizers announced Tuesday. The event, which was postponed and later canceled this year because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, will take place Aug. 20-29, with a press day Aug. 19, officials said. The 2021 event was originally slated
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What kind of vehicle is the 2021 Cadillac Escalade? What does it compare to? The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is the luxury automaker’s full-size, three-row SUV and its most expensive model. The Escalade is mechanically related to the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, as well as the 2021 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL. Rivals include the
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Mercedes-Benz’s electric vehicle strategy for the U.S. market will take a contrarian approach when it unfolds next year, opting for profit margin over sales volume. The automaker will launch its EQ subbrand into the truck- and crossover-crazed market with an electric version of its tony S-Class sedan, Daimler CEO Ola Källenius said in a media
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