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  • 2022 Ford GT 64 Heritage Edition driving on the road and track

    Ford will end production of the GT after the 2022 model year, but its design team isn't out of ideas yet. The latest (and probably last) Heritage Edition variant has been unveiled as a tribute to five prototypes built in 1964. Instead of honoring a race car, like it has done with previous Heritage Edition models, Ford chose to shine the spotlight on one of the test mules that paved the way for the GT40. The company launched the program in 1963, and it presented the first prototype less than a year later at the 1964 edition of the New York Auto Show. Development work continued, and four additional prototypes were built to test various aspects of the car, including crashworthiness. Ford's diligence paid off: It famously beat Ferrari in a one-two-three finish at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans.

  • 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Car Wash

    Our Mach-E Premium test car, with dual-motor AWD, starts from $50,800. Its $5,000 Extended Range option includes a 98.4-kWh battery and 270 miles of range, plus more powerful motors that increase output to 346 hp and 428 lb-ft of torque (290 hp, 317 lb-ft of torque and 300 miles of range with RWD). A $400 coat of Rapid Red paint kicked the tally to $56,200. That’s Mustang Shelby GT350 money, and a boatload for a compact crossover that doesn't carry a luxury badge. But it’s the feds to the rescue, with the available $7,500 tax credit for EVs. And the Mach-E Premium’s $48,700 post-credit price stood out when it stood next to an Audi e-Tron Sportback that I was also testing. The Audi is even quieter than the near-silent ‘Stang, among the quietest cars in auto history. The e-Tron is wildly more luxurious, essentially a dreamy Audi Q8 with electric drive. The e-Tron also cost $82,500 post-credit, nearly $34,000 more than the Ford. Is the Audi $34,000 better? Not even close, especially given its range shortfall.

  • 2022 Hyundai Elantra N hits the track

    Hyundai has exciting news with its latest N expansion: the 2022 Hyundai Elantra N. As expected, it features sporty but not outrageous styling, and underneath, it has the same sweet powertrains as its Veloster and Kona cousins. Today marks the car’s North American debut that was meant to take place at the New York Auto Show. Instead, it’s happening virtually. As for the important stuff, Hyundai confirmed the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and its 276 horsepower and 289 pound-feet of torque. You’ll also have the choice between a six-speed manual or nine-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

  • 2021 Toyota Corolla shows off a sleek exterior and interior

    The 2021 Toyota Corolla enters its second year of a new generation. This new Corolla is more pleasant to drive, more handsome to look at, and much nicer to be in. The Corolla also makes overtures to the enthusiast set, but doesn’t quite present a threat to drivers’ favorites such as the Mazda3, the Volkswagen Golf, or sportier versions of the Honda Civic. The Corolla is now offered in both sedan and hatchback body styles, and there’s a Corolla Hybrid. The Corolla sedan was redone for 2020, following the all-new hatchback that arrived for 2019. An Apex Edition is new for 2021. It gets a sportier suspension and more aggressive styling. The rest of the Corolla lineup gains Android Auto, rear side airbags and some trims gain blind-spot monitoring.

  • 2022 Nissan Frontier Review | Autoblog

    Nissan should make a new midsize truck more often. Turns out, the company is good at it. Waiting 17 years for a new Frontier is a rather unforgivable period of time — yes, the last time we had a new Frontier was in 2004. However, that doesn’t take anything away from the new 2022 Nissan Frontier, because it’s a damn good pickup. How good, you ask? After a first go-round behind the wheel, it’s safe to say the new Frontier is officially on a level playing field with every other midsize pickup, and it’s reaching for a podium spot. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. #nissanfrontier #frontier #2022nissanfrontier Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Kia Niro PHEV

    Every Niro, regardless of whether it's a conventional hybrid or plug-in, have two noteworthy standard features. The first is rear occupant alert, which is based on rear door usage. The second is wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which were formerly only accessible via a cable. There are a couple other tweaks to specific available features on the Niro. Models with a proximity key for unlocking and starting now get remote starting included. Navigation-equipped cars now come with 10 years of map updates for free, plus smart cruise control that uses navigation information for adjusting speed such as when entering a corner. These updates come with a slight price increase. The LX, LXS and Touring trims all go up by $100, and the Touring SE and EX Premium trims rise by $160. Base price for the Kia Niro LX hybrid is $25,865.

  • 2021 Kia Niro

    Every Niro, regardless of whether it's a conventional hybrid or plug-in, have two noteworthy standard features. The first is rear occupant alert, which is based on rear door usage. The second is wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which were formerly only accessible via a cable. There are a couple other tweaks to specific available features on the Niro. Models with a proximity key for unlocking and starting now get remote starting included. Navigation-equipped cars now come with 10 years of map updates for free, plus smart cruise control that uses navigation information for adjusting speed such as when entering a corner. These updates come with a slight price increase. The LX, LXS and Touring trims all go up by $100, and the Touring SE and EX Premium trims rise by $160. Base price for the Kia Niro LX hybrid is $25,865.

  • 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Inside and Out | Autoblog

    The last few years have seen the continuing rise of off-road-oriented vehicles. Whether it’s a few-expenses-spared Ford F-150 Raptor or a more modest Jeep Renegade Trailhawk, customers seem to be increasingly obsessed with taking their cars as far as they can. And it’s reached a point that one of the rugged car pioneers, the Subaru Outback, is needing yet another dose of capability. The result is the 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness, which cranks up the capability while maintaining impressive comfort and refinement. That being said, it has some compromises that mean it’s not the perfect choice for everyone. To beef up the Outback, Subaru focused mainly on the suspension, tires and bodywork. It features new springs and shocks that raise the ride height, increasing ground clearance from 8.7 inches to 9.5. That actually puts it well ahead of the Ford Bronco Sport Badlands (8.6 or 8.8 inches) and Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk (8.7 inches). Subaru also revised the bodywork not just for style, but for function. The front and rear bumpers are a little more tucked in to improve approach and departure angles, and they feature larger sections of tough, black plastic that tend to wear scuffs and scrapes better. The approach angle is 20 degrees, breakover is 21.2 and departure is 23.6. The aforementioned Ford and Jeep both have better approach and departure angles, though the Subaru’s breakover number falls between them (ahead of the Ford, behind the Jeep). Rounding out the chassis upgrades are 17-inch wheels with Yokohama Geolandar All-Terrain tires and a standard aluminum skid plate at the front. That can be supplemented with an additional aluminum skid plate under the engine, and steel skid plates for the transmission, differential and fuel tank. The Subaru X-Mode driving mode that adjusts the stability and traction control for low grip situations (and activates hill-descent control) has also been updated specially for the Wilderness. In all Outbacks, there are two types of low-traction settings, and they only operate under 25 mph. But on the Wilderness, the Deep Snow/Mud setting stays on even above 25 mph, and above that threshold, it uses a unique traction and stability logic from the low-speed version. And lastly, the final drive ratio is slightly shorter at 4.44:1 for better low-speed response. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 Inside and Out | Autoblog

    GMC introduced a more capable Canyon AT4 named Off-Road Performance Edition that gains modifications like skid plates and a beefier suspension. It can venture further off the beaten path, but it won't get there faster. Based on the AT4, which is already better suited to venturing into the woods than the standard Canyon, the Off-Road Performance Edition gains a taller suspension and loses its sizeable front air dam to offer a 30-degree approach angle. GMC knows adventurers will be tempted to put that figure to the test, so it also added skid plates made with 5/32-inch aluminum to protect the radiator, the front differential, the steering gear, and the oil pan. Full-length rock rails on both sides shield the rocker panels from expensive encounters with boulders and other obstacles. Finally, the Off-Road Performance Edition stands out from the AT4 with specific 17-inch wheels painted in gloss black, black AT4 logos, and black exhaust tips. 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler tires come standard. Changes in the cabin are limited to floor liners. Out back, the cargo box receives a spray-in liner. Don't look for Ram 1500 TRX-like performance, because it doesn't sound like GMC made any major mechanical modifications to the Off-Road Performance Edition. Power comes from a 3.6-liter V6 that sends 308 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque to the four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission and an automatic locking rear differential provided by Eaton. AT4 buyers can order a 2.8-liter Duramax turbodiesel four-cylinder with 181 horsepower and a stout 369 pound-feet of torque on tap for an additional $4,375, but there's no word yet on whether this fuel-saving engine will be available on the Off-Road Performance Edition, too. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Nissan GT-R Inside and Out | Autoblog

    Call it a dinosaur. Mock the Nissan parts bin interior. Declare it overpriced versus newer sports cars. The 2021 Nissan GT-R doesn’t mind. It’s still Godzilla, and it will still rip your head off with pleasure. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Ford Bronco Inside and Out | Autoblog

    A year ago, Jeep was put on notice with the official announcement of the 2021 Ford Bronco, poised to take the fight directly to the Wrangler. Well, eventually. As soon as they could build some. Look, there are only so many ways we can say “finally,” so we’ll spare you the snarky intro and get right to it. Gather ‘round, everybody. It’s Bronco time. We’ve covered the Bronco exhaustively since spy photos of early prototypes first appeared, but just in case you’ve been living under a rock (or need a refresher after an entire year), we’ll recap the items you really need to know. Like the Wrangler and Land Rover Defender (for now), the Bronco comes in two sizes: a short-wheelbase, two-door model and a longer four-door. So far, Ford has avoided firewalling much equipment behind the larger four-door (a strategy illustrated by Jeep’s Wrangler 4xe and Rubicon 392, among others), so it’s really a matter of how much you’re willing to compromise on either comfort (two-door) or capability (four-door) to suit your lifestyle. Also like the Jeep (but not the Land Rover), it’s a body-on-frame design. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. #2021FordBronco #FordBronco #Ford #Bronco #firstdrive #offroad #Texas Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Ford Ranger Tremor Inside and Out | Autoblog

    The Tremor will slot in between the FX4 off-road package and the forthcoming Raptor. With this hierarchy, Ford is working toward being able to sell an F-150 to the off-pavement traveler on just about any new-truck budget. In other words, think of the Tremor as a minor-league version of the outgoing Raptor. That may sound generous, but bear with us. Like the old Raptor, it's powered by the 3.5-liter version of Ford's EcoBoost V6 series. For 2021, there's just one version of this engine, and it produces a nice, round 400 horsepower; that's 50 fewer ponies than the Raptor variant of the engine made last year, but it's still respectable. By all accounts, Ford is aiming for the buyer who wants some Raptor capability without the accompanying compromises (or price tag). Think of it as the Mustang Mach 1 of the F-150 lineup: more than a GT, but way less than a GT500. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Chicago Auto Show special | Autoblog Podcast #687

    In this episode of the Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Road Test Editor Zac Palmer and News Editor Joel Stocksdale. This week was a 2021 Chicago Auto Show special, so the trio kick things off by discussing all the big reveals at the show. There were only a few this year, with the big two being the 2022 Jeep Compass and U.S.-spec 2022 VW GTI and Golf R. After that, they get into the feel of the show, which was unlike any other auto show we've ever been to. You can read a written account here, but we go even more in-depth in the podcast, discussing some of the important cars on display and what the atmosphere of the show was like. Finally, instead of Spend My Money this week, we debate which pizza is the best: Chicago style, Detroit style or New York style — we ate a lot of pizza in Chicago. Send us your questions for the Mailbag and Spend My Money at: Podcast@Autoblog.com.

  • 2022 Kia EV6 walkaround at the 2021 Chicago Auto Show

    News Editor Joel Stocksdale gives us a closer look at the all-electric 2022 Kia EV6 at the 2021 Chicago Auto Show

  • 2021 Mazda CX-5 Signature Infotainment Overview

    Mazda's tech interface, which had been one of the CX-5 principal cons, is substantially more advanced and improved for 2021. The dashtop screen is larger and easier to see while running a redesigned and quicker user interface. The knob that controls it is big, ergonomically placed on the center console and, like BMW's iDrive controller, can rotate through menus or move up/down, left/right among icons. This latter feature is key for using Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Wheeling through playlists or contacts is actually easier with a knob, but selecting icons on the menu screen is more time-consuming than it would be with a touch interface. Fortunately, smartphone integration is clever enough to override Mazda’s built-in voice command feature when your device is plugged in, so you can talk to Siri or Google instead.

  • 2022 Toyota GR Supra A91-CF Edition

    For 2022, Toyota has launched the exclusive GR Supra A91-CF Edition. CF stands for carbon fiber, meaning the car comes with a carbon fiber body kit — splitter, larger canards in front, side rockers, and a dramatic duckbill rear spoiler and lower canards in back. The car gets special-edition forged 19-inch matte black wheels and red calipers with the Supra logo. It also receives a distinctive red and black Alcantara-and-leather interior and a one-year membership in the National Auto Sport Association, which comes with high-performance driving instruction. The CF Edition will be limited to 600 vehicles. For the full story head over to Autoblog.com

  • 2021 Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy

    The 2021 Hyundai Palisade is such a well-rounded and well-executed three-row crossover that the only thing preventing it from being declared a runaway best-in-class choice is that the mechanically related Kia Telluride manages to check off the exact same boxes. That people seem to gravitate more to the Kia's design may ultimately tilt the scales in its favor, but it doesn't change the fact that the Palisade objectively stands just as tall for its compelling blend of features, functionality, quality and a general lack of bad habits. Every Palisade comes with a 3.8-liter V6 engine that produces 291 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. Front- or all-wheel drive are available, and an eight-speed automatic is standard. The towing capacity is 5,000 pounds on every Palisade. A class III hitch and an auto-leveling rear suspension are optional. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 19 miles per gallon city, 26 mpg highway and 22 mpg combined with front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive only lowers those estimates to 19/24/21.

  • 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Inside and Out

    The long-awaited 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392, outfitted with a 6.4-liter V8, made its bold appearance at the 2021 Easter Jeep Safari. An off-roader’s play space, Moab is home to tons of trails set among the famous red slick rock and outlying orange-colored sand dunes. Jeep enthusiasts trek to Moab all year for off-roading fun – especially during the Easter Jeep Safari (otherwise known as EJS). Jeep invited us to test its new high-powered beast on the trails to experience its capability for ourselves on rocky terrain, hard-packed dirt, loose sand and slick rock, plus a bit of the open road. The Wrangler Rubicon 392 marks the return of factory V8 power in a traditional Jeep-style vehicle. Offered only in the four-door Rubicon model and with an eight-speed automatic, the new 392 arrives packing 470 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. It obviously has plenty of giddy-up, doing 0 to 60 mph in an un-Wrangler-like 4.5 seconds. That's 40% quicker than a V6-powered Wrangler. From a dead stop to full-bore speed, its dual-mode exhaust with quad tailpipes growl deeply and braaaps loudly under full throttle. Passing ability is not surprisingly exceptional when on road, and in the sand, it flew through dunes throwing rooster tails. We couldn't wipe smiles off our faces, but watch speeds as it's easy to take all those horses above speed limits. Also watch your pocketbook: the 392 returns an EPA-estimated 13 mpg city, 17 mpg highway and 14 mpg combined. The obligatory eight-speed automatic shifts smoothly, effortlessly and very quickly, with well-spaced mid-range gears that pair well with the V8's low-end capability. It's good that it comes with responsive paddle shifters for a more engaging and fun drive (the first for a Wrangler), but it would be better if they were mounted to the steering column and therefore fixed in place for easy shifting during off-camber or tight turns. Additionally, unrelated push-buttons adorn the bottom-most shifter point, which are easy to accidentally press when in technical off-pavement situations. The 392 has a different four-wheel-drive system than other Wranglers, the Selec-Trac full-time system with an active transfer case and a 2.72 low-range gear ratio. Rather than operating in 2WD most of the time with driver-selectable 4WD high, neutral and 4WD low at the ready as needed, Selec-Trac runs in a 4WD Auto mode that constantly sends power to the front and rear wheels. Otherwise, and particularly while off-roading, the system acts as you'd expect. The 392 also features a revised transmission torque converter lockup control and the same 48:1 crawl ratio as other automatic-equipped Rubicons. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog #jeepwrangler #wranglerv8 #jeepwrangler392

  • 2021 Ford F-150 Interior Work Surface | Autoblog

    The new 2021 Ford F-150 has no shortage of party tricks, but the star of the interior show is without a doubt what Ford calls the "Interior Work Surface" option. This is a rather dull name for the feature, if you ask us, especially since it's describing a fold-out center console table and stow-away gear selector. With the push of a button, the gear selector stows away into a recess in the center console, allowing the table to be folded forward from the armrest and creating a completely flat work surface large enough to accommodate paperwork or even a small laptop. Ford wanted to offer its customers a factory solution to a problem which, until now, was largely addressed by the aftermarket. Owners who need space to work on a computer or do paperwork have long installed accessory tables and laptop cradles, often on bulky, cumbersome swing-arm mounts designed to help them clear the physical controls on the center console. This feature obviously has its limitations. With the gear selector stowed away (which is likely only possible to do while the F-150 is in Park), the car is effectively immobilized while the table is in use. That eliminates the option of passengers using the space while the truck is in motion, but it makes sense from a safety perspective. It also eliminates access to the two forward cupholders next to the gear selector. Fret not, however; the F-150 has plenty more beverage-storing nooks, including two more on the rearward portion of the console. While it may not be for everybody, this feature is just another example of how Ford's designers and engineers found new ways to expand the pickup's versatility above and beyond basic towing and hauling capability. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.com Like: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVb Follow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • Jaguar Classic Reveals E-Type 60 Collection | 60th Anniversary Tribute to Iconic Sports Car

    Jaguar is celebrating 60 years of the E-Type — which was known as the XK-E in the United States — by giving 12 cars a full in-house restoration that includes a handful of 21st-century updates. Sold exclusively in pairs, the six coupes and six convertibles are inspired by the cars shown in Geneva during the model's introduction in 1961. Developed to replace the XK150, the E-Type was presented to the public and the press on March 15, 1961, at the Geneva auto show. Two examples made the trek from England to Switzerland: a gray coupe wearing registration number 9600 HP and driven by publicist Bob Perry, and a green roadster registered 77 RW put in the hands of official Jaguar test driver Norman Dewis. Both cars were driven to the event; the coupe arrived in Switzerland minutes before it was scheduled to make its debut, and the roadster was rushed to Geneva the following day. Jaguar chose not to re-release either car. Instead, it will paint the six coupes in a special shade called Flat-Out Grey, and it will give the six convertibles a coat of Drop Everything Green. It pointed out that both colors were created specifically for the 60 Edition models, and that neither will be used on another car. Edition-specific emblems created by Jaguar's design department appear on the hood and on the fuel cap, among other parts. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Ford F-150 Pro Power Onboard | Autoblog

    The new 2021 Ford F-150 is ushering in a new era of pickup capability, but there's more to it than the introduction of the PowerBoost hybrid. While that new powertrain is certainly the truck's headlining element, the supporting electrical architecture enables a level of utility that hasn't been offered in past consumer half-tons. The true party trick is Ford's new "Pro Power Onboard" feature, which is essentially a built-in generator that provides juice for the 2021 F-150's rather robust in-bed power station. This system is available even on gasoline-engine models, but its utility is maximized with the electrified powertrain. ICE models equipped with the option max out at 2.0 kilowatts, while the PowerBoost hybrid can be had with either a 2.4- or a whopping 7.2-kilowatt inverter. The idea here is that the F-150 can essentially stand in for a high-output portable generator. In a worksite example provided by Ford, a PowerBoost model with the 7.2-kW upgrade and a single tank of fuel could provide 32 hours of power for an 1,800-watt compound miter saw, a 1,000W circular saw, a 1,200W battery charger, a 1,200W hammer drill, and a 1,000W air compressor with hundreds of watts to spare for lighting and other accessories. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.com Like: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVb Follow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • How to use the Stow 'N Go seats on the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica

    Are Chrysler's Stow 'N Go seats really such a great thing? Seriously, I'm asking. Do owners of the Chrysler Pacifica, as well as the Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country before it, actually use the innovative functionality that see the second-row captain's chairs fold away into the floor? Frankly, I've always had my doubts. Car reviewers have long sung Stow 'N Go's praises, impressed with the ability to quickly turn the minivan from people carrier to work van. You'll frequently read mentions of needing to move sheets of plywood or treadmills or their kids' entire dorm room. Doing so is without question far easier when you can quickly make the second-row seats disappear as opposed to giving yourself a hernia lifting the things out and storing them in the garage – if removing them is even possible at all. Except here's the thing. We car reviewers have borrowed that van for the purpose of moving whatever it is we needed to move. Maybe the van in question is a long-term test vehicle like our old Pacifica Hybrid, maybe it's the more typical weeklong test loan. Either way, this is not a typical use case. The van is being considered more for its cargo-carrying abilities than its people-carrying abilities, and I just don't think that's representative of the typical minivan owner. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.comLike: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVbFollow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog

  • 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat Inside and Out

    For running footage w/ engine noise - 4:59 Manifest Hellcat Destiny has brought us the latest inevitable supercharged V8 machine from Mopar, the 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat. And to make it extra-special, this 710-horsepower monster is the most powerful SUV that Chrysler — or any other automaker — has ever built, thanks to a three-horsepower bump over its shorter cousin, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. It’s also a limited-production model, so it’ll be an instant collectible. And it offers the unique opportunity to share the Hellcat experience simultaneously with five other people while also towing up to 8,700 pounds. Oh, and enjoying the extra traction of all-wheel drive. But there are a couple drawbacks that make the Hellcat cars and the less potent Durangos smarter choices. The powertrain is what this SUV is all about, and it’s as sweet as it is in other Hellcats. Power from the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 is amazing, shoving you back in your seat with authority. It’s especially effective since the all-wheel-drive system's extra traction is better able to put all 710 horses and 645 pound-feet of torque to the pavement. Burnout fans will prefer the rear-drive Hellcats, however. The engine sound for the most part is also superb, with a blend of mellow rumble and supercharger shriek. The transmission can also be smooth and gentle, or firm and fast, depending on the drive mode. It’s easy to see why people love this thing. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: http://www.autoblog.com Like: http://on.fb.me/13uhpVb Follow: http://twitter.com/therealautoblog #dodgedurango #dodgedurangohellcat #durangohellcat

  • 2021 Jeep Gladiator Overland video footage

    The 2021 Jeep Gladiator Overland starts at $40,810. Each Overland comes standard with 18-inch aluminum wheels and side steps for easy vehicle access. The interior of the Overland is equipped with a leather-trimmed upper dash, seats, touchpoints, and more. An active full-system includes a 4H AUTO mode that allows the Overland to engage the 4-wheel drive automatically. Adaptive cruise control with a full stop, full-speed collision warning, and active braking is also available. To learn more about the 2021 Jeep Gladiator Overland and other news and car reviews head over to Autoblog.com

  • Europe's 2022 Jeep Compass

    Jeep gave the Compass a wholesale rethink inside, and it looks greatly improved over the current car. New, modern tech takes center stage and European buyers will have the choice between an 8.4-inch or 10.1-inch touchscreen, with both options running the new Uconnect 5 software. Wireless CarPlay and Android Auto are along for the ride, and so is a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. It is reminiscent of the new cluster found in the upcoming Grand Cherokee L. To read more about the Jeep Compass head over to Autoblog.com

  • 2022 Honda Civic sedan, video of the 11th gen sedan

    Honda has unveiled the 11th generation Civic for the 2022 model year with a fresh design, simple interior, new tech and improved chassis. Available powertrains include a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine providing 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque, or a 1.4-liter turbo-four making 180 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque. New features include an all-digital instrument display for the Touring trim, revised suspension and stiffer body, available 9-inch infotainment touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless phone charging, Bose audio system and improved adaptive cruise control with Traffic Jam Assist and Low-Speed Braking Control. Read more at Autoblog.com