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2022 Kia Carnival vs. Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica

The 2022 Kia Carnival has finally made its American debut, officially displacing the Sedona. Even though Kia won’t call it a minivan (you won’t find a single reference to it being a “van” or “minivan” in the press release) the Carnival is totally and unequivocally a minivan. Great! We love vans here at Autoblog. Kia …

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Fisker and Apple supplier Foxconn to jointly develop new EV

Electric-car maker Fisker Inc said it will work with Apple supplier Foxconn to produce more than 250,000 vehicles a year from late 2023. This would be the second upcoming new Fisker vehicle, after the Ocean electric SUV, and would be jointly developed with Foxconn. Fisker’s shares jumped 23.4% to $20.10 in premarket trading on Wednesday. …

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2021 Volkswagen Jetta GLI Blue Lagoon enthusiast build unveiled

Volkswagen struck a chord with enthusiasts by introducing a concept named Jetta GLI Blue Lagoon that’s a tribute to the 2004 model. It’s finished in a throwback shade of blue, and it receives a long list of aftermarket parts. Released in 1984, the first-generation Jetta GLI aimed to offer the performance and the handling of …

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Rolls-Royce announces limited-edition Phantom Tempus Collection

Rolls-Royce, like NASA, is exploring what’s far beyond the stratosphere. It introduced a limited-edition version of the Phantom, its flagship, called the Tempus Collection and inspired by time, astronomical phenomena, and the infinite reaches of the universe. Most of the visual changes are found in the cabin, where interior designers added a mesmerizing headliner that …

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Nikola targets the range of its hydrogen fuel cell-powered trucks

Nikola on Tuesday disclosed details on its hydrogen fuel-cell-powered product lineup that will include vehicles with a driving range of up to 900 miles. The lineup includes a hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) variant of Nikola’s truck series Tre Cabover and Nikola Two FCEV Sleeper, a long-haul freight hauler, for the North American market. The …

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Lucid Motors agrees to go public in merger with blank-check firm

Lucid Motors on Monday agreed to go public by merging with Churchill Capital IV Corp, a blank-check firm backed by Wall Street dealmaker and former Citigroup banker Michael Klein, in a deal that valued the combined company at $11.75 billion. The deal with Churchill Capital IV Corp includes a private investment of $2.5 billion from …

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