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Mercedes-Benz introduces GLE-Class with plug-in hybrid variant

Mercedes-Benz has refreshed the ML-Class with fresh styling, a new plug-in hybrid and, most notably, a new name.

As part of Mercedes’ new strategy, the ML is now known as the GLE-Class in a bid to reflect its positioning as an SUV version of the E-Class. 410 more words

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Kia reveals 2016 Optima sedan with all-new styling

Kia has taken the wraps off the 2016 Optima ahead of its New York Auto Show debut next week.

Like the outgoing model, the new Optima’s calling card is styling. 89 more words

Cars And Car Design

2016 Chevy Malibu Hybrid will sip 45 MPG

GM will offer the next-generation Chevrolet Malibu with a hybrid powertrain with significant efficiency gains.

Powered by a 1.8-litre four-cylinder gasoline engine paired to a two-motor electric drive unit, the 2016 Malibu hybrid is expected to pump out a combined 182 horsepower and sip 45 miles per gallon. 100 more words

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McLaren officially names its first Sports Series car

Set to debut at the New York Auto Show next week, McLaren‘s first car in its entry-level Sports Series lineup will be called the 570S. 103 more words

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Cadillac ATS-V now rated at 464 horsepower

Turns out, Cadillac was initially on the conservative side when measuring the 2016 ATS-V’s horsepower rating.

After further testing, the ATS-V’s twin-turbocharged 3.6-litre V6 now pumps out an SAE-certified 464 horsepower, an increase of nine horsepower. 82 more words

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Mitsubishi teases 2016 Outlander before New York debut

Mitsubishi is a week away from unveiling its restyled Outlander in New York.

The teaser images give us a surprisingly good idea as to what we can expect – most notably, it will wear Mitsubishi’s new design language first seen on the Outlander PHEV-S Concept at last year’s Paris Motor Show. 84 more words

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My dream employer being Mercedes Benz, I always pay very close attention to how today’s cars are being made to be increasingly responsive to not only the drivers’, but also the passengers’ needs and desires. 460 more words

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