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Jaguar I-PACE Recieves 2019 MotorWeek Drivers' Choice Award for Best of the Year

 


This month, the Jaguar I-PACE was named MotorWeek’s 2019 Drivers’ Choice Award in the Best Luxury Utility category, as well as overall for Best of the Year.

 The MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice Awards honor the best models in a variety of lifestyle categories. These range from family sedan to luxury car, to utilities and pickups. Winners are chosen based on driving performance, practicality, fuel efficiency, technology, and value for the dollar.

The Jaguar I-PACE midsize performance SUV is the first battery electric vehicle to be offered by the Jaguar brand. The vehicle features bold proportions that are a direct result…

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Get to Know the Range Rover Evoque

 


Land Rover is proud to present the luxury SUV for the city and beyond – the new Range Rover Evoque. This SUV has now evolved to reinforce its position as a design tour de force, all while setting new standards in refinement, sustainability and capability. Combining unrivalled Range Rover heritage with cutting-edge technology, the Evoque is designed, engineered and manufactured to meet the needs of today’s customers.

The Evoque is effortless, with its new architecture technology that delivers a smooth, quiet and refined drive. In addition, it offers agile handling and responsive character which is ideally suited to navigate tight…

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Holiday Traffic to Increase This Year

 


The busy holiday travel season is upon us and this year, AAA is forecasting that more than one-third of Americans will be traveling. That’s an increase of 4.4 percent over last year and the largest increase since AAA has been tracking holiday travel, dating back to 2001! But thanks to the added number of Americans on the road, it is also estimated that travel times in the most congested cities could increase as much as four times than a normal trip would take. Eek!

Since, the majority of those who will be traveling this year will be doing…

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Porsche Cleans Up

 


As of September 1 of this year, all new Porsche models with gasoline engines will be successively outfitted with particulate filters, with six- and eight-cylinder models receiving two filters, one for each cylinder block.

The gasoline particulate filter works according to the same principle as the filters in diesel vehicles. The exhaust gas flows from the engine to the tailpipe through one of many narrow channels connected either to the engine or to the exhaust side of the vehicle. The filters are there for good reason: tiny openings between any two such channels allow gas molecules, such as carbon dioxide…

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Parents Feel Pressure When Making Child Safety Choices

 


It’s official. Adding another member to the family can be stressful. According to a wide-ranging survey of Americans, conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Volvo Car USA, an incredible 92 percent of parents feel overwhelmed when researching child safety products. And that’s understandable! Because while nowadays there are more products and information that exist than ever before, this information only adds to the pressure and stress that parents feel in their efforts to make the right choices for their families. Matter of fact, nearly four in five believe there are more potential threats to children’s…

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The Jaguar F-PACE

 


When it was time to introduce the Jaguar F-PACE, Jaguar was ready to expand its portfolio and launch a luxury performance SUV.

Back in 2013, the C-X17 concept car made its debut at the Frankfurt International Motor Show. Clearly a Jaguar vehicle from its XF-like front face and lithe bodywork, it nonetheless had a different purpose and market intent. Its essence has remained intact in the production F-PACE.

While Jaguar models across the range share commonality, the proportions of F-PACE are very different. When you look down the side from back to front, you can see the car’s shoulder…

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Porsche Cayenne Can Help You Park With Its Remote Park Assist

 


Driving is certainly an experience and we all know that sometimes, parking can be too. I mean, let’s face it. We’ve all been there. You’re trying to park in a parking space that is so narrow you need to be a contortionist to get out of your car. You know, those crowded bays where every inch counts. This is where the new Porsche Cayenne can slip in with particular elegance. It’s all made possible by Remote Park Assist, a convenience feature chock-full of high tech.

Remote Park Assist is based on smart assistance systems like parking…

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Move Freely with M from Volvo Cars

 


Volvo Cars will be launching M, a new brand that will expand the company’s global mobility operations by providing dependable, on-demand access to cars and services through an intuitive app. M will learn about its user’s needs, preferences and habits. It will actually work to personalize the customer relationship.

In the beginning, cars were all about freedom. M is an evolution on that idea. Volvo Cars are creating a service that gives people personal and dependable access to cars, on their terms. The thinking is about the way we use cars when owning one, and aiming to provide…

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Introducing the Porsche Taycan

 


The future of mobility is another step closer: Series production of the first purely electric Porsche is set to begin next year. To get ready for this update, the vehicle has officially been given a new name. The “Mission E” concept study, which is currently the name that’s used to describe Porsche’s complete electric offering, will be known as the Taycan.

The name can be roughly translated as “lively young horse”. This is in reference to the imagery that can be found at the heart of the Porsche crest, which has featured a leaping steed since 1952.

“Our…

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Memorial Day Driving Safety Tips

 


This weekend is the Memorial Day holiday. Are you ready for the fun that is to be had? The grill is fired up, the pool is ready to be used, and millions of us will be hitting the roads to get to our holiday destinations.

Since Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, many Americans will be traveling for the weekend in near-record numbers. According to AAA, this year more than 41.5 million Americans will be traveling. That’s a nearly 5% increase over last year’s totals and the highest number of travelers than it has been…

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