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2020 Chevrolet Express enters its 26th year with a new engine

How long does a vehicle model live? While most models get a complete revamp in 7-8 years, Chevy Express van has been around for the last 26 years. The sturdy van has been accepted across the world and Chevy has never really fettled with the Express except in terms of frontal styling. Why fix something if it ain’t broken? The van for 2021 though, gets a new engine.

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Hummer electric truck coming under GMC brand

Hummer electric truck coming under GMC brand

General Motors is bringing back the Hummer, except it will now be under the GMC brand — and it will be fully electric. The carmaker seems intent to shed the image of the former standalone 4×4 brand as a planet-killer, and it’s a rather genius marketing move rather than just calling it a Camaro Volt-E or something.

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2021 Fisker Ocean brings back a near-dead electric-car brand

2021 Fisker Ocean brings back a near-dead electric-car brand

Fisker was once a brand that showed the potential to be a trendsetter for electric cars, yet it vanished from the arena, bankrupt. The Fisker Karma was even sold here, and within a year, it was taken off showroom floors, and former owners suggest that remaining stock was used for spare parts. But getting their hands burnt in the EV segment has not seemed to repel Fisker from giving it another shot. Henrik Fisker had tweeted the first teaser of a new electric crossover more than a year ago and now, after a slew of speculations, it is here.

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First drive: 2020 Lincoln Nautilus in the UAE

First drive: 2020 Lincoln Nautilus in the UAE

The Lincoln Nautilus is basically the facelifted version of the outgoing MKX. As the Ford-owned American luxury brand steers clear of the ill-conceived “MK-whatever” naming convention that was introduced just a decade ago, proper names are back on the tailgates of Lincoln models, all of which are now taking design cues introduced on the flagship Continental sedan and made familiar with the new Navigator.

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