Archer's bows, appetizers and punches: What people think of Genesis G70

The newest addition to the Genesis lineup, the compact luxury G70 sedan, goes on sale in the U.S. next spring and will immediately join a competitive segment. A roundup of initial reaction from the automotive press on the G70.


Rolls-Royce gets driver input on EVs

Rolls-Royce is canvassing opinions from customers on how a Rolls electric car should look as it develops its first plug-in model.

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Kia to unveil fastback wagon concept

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VW updates EV crossover concept

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VW Group's EV push gains momentum

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