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2022 Nissan Z debuts as a concept

2022 Nissan Z debuts as a concept

Nissan unveiled the Z Proto concept today, as the Japanese carmaker finally prepares to launch a replacement for the 370Z sports car. Shown at a virtual event hosted at the Nissan Pavilion in Yokohama, the prototype car features a new retro-themed design inside and out, as well as a V6 twin-turbocharged engine with a manual transmission.

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2021 Hyundai Tucson debuts with fierce new styling

2021 Hyundai Tucson debuts with fierce new styling

The Hyundai Tucson has been a best-seller for the Korean company since it debuted in 2005 as an inoffensive, slightly-smaller compact crossover that was priced to compete with Japanese compact cars at the time. So it’s surprising to see Hyundai take such a massive design risk with the all-new 2021 Tucson that has just been revealed.

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2022 Genesis G70 finally gets signature look

2022 Genesis G70 finally gets signature look

Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis has been struggling to forge an identity of their own, not helped by the fact that Hyundai and Kia’s own cheaper vehicles were pushing design boundaries. But unique new design cues that debuted in the lukewarm Genesis G90 are starting to trickle down to the smaller models, adding further refinement along the way. The first to get them was the Genesis G80. They have now officially revealed the facelifted 2022 Genesis G70 which seems to have finally hit the sweet spot.

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2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost looks the same, but is all new

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost looks the same, but is all new

Rolls-Royce’s “entry-level” model, the Ghost has always received its fair share of flak for being a “glorified 7-Series” as it rode on the latter’s platform, even when the Ghost exhibited proper Rolls-Royce traits in the way it rode. Rolls-Royce has now decided to kill that discussion by rebuilding the second-generation 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost from the ground up.

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2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class betters the "world's best car"

2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class betters the “world’s best car”

Mercedes-Benz is calling their S-Class the “world’s best car,” which is quite the self-awarded title. Though the tag is a debatable one, there is no second opinion on the fact that the S-Class has been a leader in the full-size luxury sedan segment since forever (and we owned one!). And now, Mercedes-Benz improves their so-called “best car” even further, introducing the new W223 generation. Just like every S-Class before it, the new 2021 S-Class is a massive leap ahead of the outgoing one.

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