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  • Say hello to the 2021 BMW M4 coupe. B stands for “big”: big kidney grille, big proportions, big power, big sticker price.
  • The 74-year-old luxury carmaker launched a new era as a lifestyles brand with a runway show unveiling its first ready-to-wear collection.
  • Waymo has raised another $2.5 billion from a group of investors ranging from venture capital firms such as Andreessen Horowitz to a major car dealer, AutoNation.
  • I hate when my leather-covered steering wheel becomes sticky. Using soap and water leaves its own unpleasant sticky residue on the wheel. Any suggestions?
  • As more people hit the road this summer, they need to steer clear of look-alike, imposter websites for car rental outfits that are popping up like pot holes.
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  • In response to the reader who complained about sun blindness, several people wrote in with solutions.
  • It took nearly a decade, and the ruination of its off-road cred, for sanity to return to Nissan’s product planning.
  • Americans appear to be moving toward whatever the new version of normal will be.
  • Automated, connected and electrified vehicles are demanding a new type of worker at legacy automakers.
  • If the old adage “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday” still holds true, then Aston Martin should be in good shape for 2021, as a roadster rendition is added to its entry-level Vantage sports car line, last revised in 2018.
  • For some vehicles, the juice hardly seems worth the squeeze on your wallet. But for others, the fully loaded version remains attractive even with the jump in price.
  • For those worried about losing their AM radio stations, there is hope.
  • The higher price of gasoline and used cars might make you more inclined to seek out a fuel-efficient vehicle for your next purchase.
  • Priced and sized to compete with SUVs like the Chevrolet Trailblazer, Honda HR-V, Hyundai Kona, Jeep Compass and Subaru Crosstrek, the Taos should find an eager audience when sales begin in June.
  • The G70′s mid-cycle refresh is part of Genesis’ plan that includes a slew of new products, all recently redesigned or introduced, including the midsize G80 and full-size G90 sedans, and the GV80 midsize SUV. Joining that list: the 2022 Genesis G70 compact sedan.
  • Like Bibles in many homes, car owners manuals are among the most unread books.
  • The world’s largest truck and bus maker is charting an ambitious zero-emission future and says it’s not that far off — despite higher costs and the current lack of support infrastructure.
  • Ford expects young, tech-savvy buyers to be early customers of the Lightning, set to go on sale in mid-2022.
  • I live in Las Vegas and have to replace my 12-volt battery every three years because of the heat. Will I have to worry about this with electric cars?
  • BMW’s biggest — and arguably most luxurious — vehicle got bigger and more expensive for 2021.
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