Mercedes-Benz eSprinter prototype drives 295 miles on one charge

Mercedes-Benz's updated electric eSprinter completed a 295-mile trip in real-world conditions without needing a charge. It will make its debut in 2023.

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    According to a report, a four-door and an SUV would be the first in an Ultium-based, all-electric Corvette sub-brand family, starting in 2025.

  • Mercedes-Benz eSprinter prototype drives 295 miles on one charge

    Mercedes-Benz's updated electric eSprinter completed a 295-mile trip in real-world conditions without needing a charge. It will make its debut in 2023.

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  • China's Nio Will Sell Next-Generation EVs in the U.S.

    If you’re not familiar with Nio, that’s OK. It can be hard to keep up with all the electric startups that have popped up over the years, especially in China. But Nio’s been around since 2014 (back when it was known as NextEV) and currently has a lineup of six different models. And soon, Nio plans to enter the U.S. market.

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  • Chevy Will Reportedly Launch a Corvette Sub-Brand With a 2025 Electric SUV

    If you believe Car and Driver’s reporting, Chevrolet is about to follow Ford’s lead and turn the Corvette into its own sub-brand. The coupe we all know and love won’t be going anywhere, but it will be joined by an electric crossover and a four-door liftback sedan, and there will reportedly be an electric version of the C8.

  • Watch This Virtually New Mazda RX-7 Emerge From a Garage After 23 Years

    This FD RX-7 has been driven 8800 miles since new. Now, it's getting a new lease on life.

  • Best New Convertibles of 2022 and 2023

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  • Best New Station Wagons of 2022 and 2023

    The best station wagons prove to be about as practical as SUVs, and these models are worthy of appreciation because they also drive as well as sedans. Much like minivans, station wagons have been unfairly stereotyped as an unpopular body style, but in reality there's much to love about these longroofs. Not only that, but station wagons also have a lower center of gravity, which gives them the athleticism of a car.

  • Best New Hatchbacks of 2022 and 2023

    If you're looking for SUV-like practicality with a higher fun-to-drive factor, a car with a hatchback like these will deliver on both requirements. Unless you're hauling a family of five or venturing off-road, a hatchback will serve you better than that crossover across the showroom, and it'll deliver better fuel economy too. From performance testing to cargo area measurements and a real-world fuel economy challenge, we do it all.

  • Best New Pickup Trucks of 2022 and 2023

    Pickup trucks are some of the best-selling vehicles in America, and these models are the best at their jobs and among the most compelling options on the road. Pickup trucks are hugely popular, and many models offer more off-road and towing capabilities than most people need. Although the nameplate originally was used on a less-than-stellar compact car line in the 1970s, Ford has revived the Maverick name for its new small pickup truck, and has slotted it into the lineup below the mid-size Ranger.

  • Best New Sports Cars of 2022 and 2023

    Flashy and fun to drive, these sports cars speak to car lovers on the most basic level and satisfy both our need for speed as well as our desire to be seen. Sports cars are the lifeblood of automotive enthusiasts, and lucky for us there are plenty of good choices at a broad range of prices. From performance testing to cargo area measurements and a real-world fuel economy challenge, we do it all.

  • The Best Hybrids of 2022 and 2023

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  • 2023 Kia Niro Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid: Two Hybrid Hearts Beat as One

    Like its predecessor, the 2023 Niro offers two gasoline-electric powertrain options. This time, though, the plug-in hybrid powertrain makes a lot more sense.

  • Audi recalls sedans, wagons for issue caused by back seat messes

    Audi is recalling more than 50,000 sedans, wagons and Sportbacks to seal up a computer module that can be shut off by liquid spills in the rear seat.