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Here's why Cadillac's new CT6 plug-in one of the best luxury sedans on the market

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac rolled out the CT6 to much fanfare at a spectacularly ambitious party at the 2015 New York auto show. A year later, the full-size sedan — Cadillac's "flagship" vehicle — hit dealerships.

Nissan has big plans to challenge Tesla's Model 3 in 2018

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Nissan is trying to return its all-electric Leaf to its former state of glory.  The Nissan Leaf is the world's best-selling electric car, but that's largely been a product of it being a very early, affordable contender in the electric vehicle space.

2017 Chevrolet Bolt Earns Top Safety Pick Award

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt has earned a Top Safety Pick award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It’s the first and only all-electric vehicle to earn an award from the agency so far this year.

Nissan Renault Alliance Want To Provide Electric Automated Sharing – Eventually

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Nissan and Renault alliance will be joining the race to provide automated shared rides, but it won’t be anytime soon. These self-driving car rides will be based on its electric cars – which could include the Nissan Leaf and Renault Zoe – but the self-driving cars and mobility services will come after 2020, and “certainly within 10 years,” said Ogi Redzic, head of Nissan-Renault’s connected vehicles and mobility services division.

Lyft is quietly going after Uber's biggest weakness

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Lyft has been trying to position itself as a socially-conscious, ride-sharing solution long before Uber was rocked by a string of scandals that ultimately culminated in CEO Travis Kalanick's forced resignation. But Lyft has the most potential to take on Uber by playing the long game with self-driving cars.

Uber and Tesla are showing ominous signs that the era of auto disruption may be about to come to an abrupt end

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - •Uber's CEO departed and Tesla's head of Autopilot left in the same week. •The leading disruptors of the auto industry are experiencing severe challenges.

Feature Flashback: 1983 Toyota Camry – Oh What a Premonition!

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - After so many years of utter market domination, it’s hard to remember a time when “Camry” was a weird sounding, unfamiliar, meaningless word (it’s a globalization of the Japanese word kanmuri, which means crown). But way back when the first 1983-model Camry sedans and liftbacks washed up on our shores to relieve the old-school rear-drive Corona sedan, hatchback, and wagon (that name, in Latin, also means crown), its future was by no means certain.

Can All New VW Tiguan Challenge Compact Crossover SUV Leaders?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The all new VW Tiguan will compete in what may be the hottest segment in the American car market. Going up against the Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape and Chevrolet Equinox will be a challenge.

Spied! Next-Gen Ram 1500 Shows off Extra Large Cab

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The next-gen Ram 1500 pickup has been spotted for the first time testing in production bodywork, and it looks like the new truck will offer an extended cab option, likely sold as a Mega Cab. Though it’s the first time the Ram has stepped out wearing its production sheetmetal, there isn’t much to see, unfortunately.

You Can Win This ’67 Camaro at the F-Body Nationals, September 15-17

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - HOT ROD Power Tour 2017, presented by Chevrolet, may be over, but there’s still a couple ways to keep the ride going thanks to Chris at the Trim Parts F-Body Nationals. With more than a few thousand miles knocked out during Power Tour, you know it’s a drivers car for long road trips and plenty of burnouts.