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Photo of 2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport courtesy of GM.
2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport Offers Exclusive V-8
Cadillac will offer a V-Sport variant of its CT6 sedan for the 2019 model year that will be powered by a 4.2-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine that's exclusive to General Motors' luxury brand, the automaker has announced.
Photo of the 2019 A6 courtesy of Audi.
Audi's Next-Gen 2019 A6 Boosts Tech
Audi's 2019 A6 will enter its eighth generation with a revamped MMI infotainment system that offers haptic feedback and a new powertrain with a mild-hybrid system.
Photo of the 2019 Santa Fe courtesy of Hyundai.
Hyundai to Electrify Kona Crossover
Hyundai will offer a battery-electric version of its Kona subcompact SUV that went on sale in February as part of the automaker's initiative to add more utility vehicles to its sedan-heavy lineup.
Photo of dealer technician installing FordPass SmartLink OBD-II device courtesy of Ford.
Ford Offers Wi-Fi, Connected Services on Older Vehicles
Ford is enabling owners of 2010 to 2017 model-year vehicles to add a Wi-Fi hotspot and telematics features through FordPass SmartLink, an OBD-II dongle available from dealers.
Photo of 2019 Fusion mid-size sedan courtesy of Ford.
2019 Fusion: First Ford to Standardize Driver-Assist Tech
Ford will debut its standard driver-assist technology package, Co-Pilot360, on the 2019 Fusion mid-size sedan, which has been named Fleet Car of the Year six times since 2011.
Photo of 2018 Accord Hybrid mid-size sedan courtesy of Honda.
2018 Honda Accord Hybrid Starts at $25,990
Honda will begin selling its 2018 Accord Hybrid for $25,990, including destination, on March 23. The Accord Hybrid returns as a traditional gasoline-electric hybrid that replaces the plug-in hybrid Accord that was discontinued after the 2015 model year.
Sketch of Atlas five-passenger SUV courtesy of Volkwagen.
Volkswagen to Offer 5-Passenger Atlas
Volkswagen will offer a five-passenger version of its seven-passenger Atlas mid-size SUV and will build both vehicles at its Chattanooga, Tenn. assembly plant, the automaker has announced.
Photo of the 2018 NV Cargo courtesy of Nissan.
Nissan Expands Full-Size Van Production
Nissan North America has expanded production of its NV cargo and passenger vans by adding a second shift to its Canton, Ohio, assembly plant, where Nissan recently celebrated production of 4 million vehicles.
Photo of Cruise AV's autonomous roof hardware courtesy of GM.
GM to Sell Its Autonomous Car in 2019
General Motors will begin building production-ready models of its Cruise AV autonomous vehicle at its Orion Township assembly plant with an intent to begin selling it in 2019. The vehicle can operate with no driver, steering wheel, pedals, or manual controls.
Ford plans to offer hybrid versions of its F-150 and Explorer by 2020. Photo courtesy of Ford.
Ford Gives Glimpse Into 2020 Lineup
By Paul Clinton
Ford is refreshing its vehicle lineup for 2020 with bigger bets on electrification, utility vehicles, and advanced driver-assisting technology, the company's top executives told journalists at a briefing today in Dearborn, Mich.

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Photo of 2019 Silverado 4500HD courtesy of Chevrolet. Chevrolet's 2019 Medium-Duty Truck Trio
Launching the much anticipated Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD and 5500HD medium-duty models at The Work Truck Show 2018, the automaker surprised everyone with the additional launch of a 6500HD model as well.
Photo courtesy of Mike Antich. 2018 XC40 Launches Volvo’s Small Vehicle Strategy
The XC40 is Volvo’s first small SUV. It is built on a new modular frame that will underpin all future 40 Series models, including fully electric vehicles. The XC40 offers three powertrains, including a three-cylinder engine, a first for Volvo Cars.
Photo of the third-generation European Sprinter by Paul Clinton. 6 Questions for Mercedes-Benz Vans USA
Robert Veit, vice president and managing director of Mercedes-Benz Vans USA, is leading a growth initiative in North America that includes the launch of the third-generation Sprinter.
The Expedition’s new 3.5L EcoBoost engine and 10-speed automatic transmission produce up to 400 hp and 480 lb.-ft. of torque with improved fuel economy and towing capability. (Photo: Mike Antich) Ford's All-New, Fleet Ready 2018 Expedition
The all-new Expedition provides fleets with ample crew space, work connectivity, and off-road and trailering capabilities to meet most fleet applications. It is powered by the 3.5L EcoBoost engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Photo courtesy of Chevrolet. 2017 Fleet Truck of the Year: Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The Silverado is available fleet specific-packages, including the Work Truck Convenience Package, the LT Fleet Convenience Package, and the LT Fleet Plus Package.

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