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An Electric Cadillac Escalade by 2024?

Cadillac wants to have an electric version of its Escalade ready for consumers by 2024, according to a report by the Detroit News, which cites people familiar with the project.

Cause of Tiger Woods Crash Revealed: 140 km/h in a 72 km/h Zone

The vehicle that Tiger Woods was driving when he crashed was travelling at about 140 km/h when he went off the road. The speed limit in the area is the equivalent of 72 km/h. So speed is clearly at least partially to blame - in addition, perhaps, to carelessness and clumsiness.

Another Corvette C8 Falls off Lift, Is Destroyed

Another Chevrolet Corvette has fallen off a service bay lift and been wrecked in the process. We reported on an identical story last year, proving that there really is a right – and wrong – way to lift the new C8. Maybe this service centre’s technicians should have read our piece from a year ago…

An Electric Chevrolet Silverado Will Definitely Happen

Chevrolet has made it official: it too will have its electric pickup truck to offer consumers. The Americna automaker also announced the future all-electric version of the Silverado will be built alongside the electric Hummer. This tells us to expect a complete sharing of the mechanics of the models, which is good news for the model and for Chevy fans.

Next Toyota 86 Makes its Virtual Debut

Toyota has presented the next generation of its 86 sports car, the close cousin of the Subaru BRZ if you recall. As expected, the aesthetic differences are minor, but still, the front end is quite distinct, and Toyota promises distinctive handling capabilities.

GMC Hummer EV SUV Makes Debut

This weekend GMC presented the SUV version of the GMC Hummer EV. Its performance capabilities are pretty head-turning, but no consumers will get their hands on one for a while: the model goes into production only in early 2023, ans it will be sold as a 2024 model.

Here are the Finalists of the 2021 World Car Awards

The folks behind the 2021 World Car Awards have announced the list of finalist vehicles in contention to win one of the five awards it will present on April 20. The jury, made of automotive journalists from around the world, will have to make some tough choices.

A Tesla-Toyota Partnership Might Be in the Works

Toyota and Tesla are reportedly close to finalizing a partnership to jointly develop an electric-vehicle platform. This is according to a report by one of the three major South Korean newspapers, Chosun Ilbo.

Hyundai Previews Long-Awaited Santa Cruz Pickup

In anticipation of the official unveiling of its Santa Cruz pickup on April 15, Hyundai has unveiled some images of the long-promised and long-delayed truck. It’s no secret this will be one highly original model on the automotive landscape, one sure add some spice to the market.

All About the 2022 Genesis GV70: Let's Get to It!

It was an invitation we couldn’t refuse: Auto123 visited to a Genesis boutique to discover the new GV70, a model that frankly has all the required bits and pieces to succeed. The question is, will buyers make that success happen?

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