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Asia's luxury brands charge into EVs
Mercedes design ethic blends hot and cool
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Automakers reset product plans for new crossover, SUV wave
Yanfeng reimagines the interior for autonomous driving
Fudge ripple swirl and cars gone wild: What people think of '18 Toyota Camry
Toyota has retooled the eighth-generation Camry -- America's best-selling car for 15 straight years -- with a far bolder design, improved handling, upscale interior materials and sporty driving dynamics. Here's what analysts and journalists are saying about the 2018 Toyota Camry.
Sawzalls, Duck Tales and hockey sticks: What people are saying about Honda's '18 Odyssey
Honda's redesigned, fifth-generation Odyssey features 21st-century connectivity through in-car apps and cameras, streaming video and 4G Wi-Fi, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. There are other enhancements, too, including more flexible seating, an available 10-speed automatic gearbox and stain-resistant leather seats. What people are saying about the '18 Odyssey.
China's Guangzhou still plotting U.S. entry
Volvo launches deliveries of self-driving tech to select customers
Volvo Cars has begun delivering self-driving technology to select customers. At the Detroit auto show on Monday, the automaker officially launched its Drive Me research program, providing autonomous XC90 SUVs to 100 customers in Gothenburg, Sweden.