What you missed on 12.18.14
We at Autoblog are very fortunate to review a slew of new vehicles every year, and rather than let the calendar pass without reflecting on all the hotness, senior editor Seyth Miersma looks back and recaps his year in new cars. There's some interesting data here, including average power, price, and fuel type – and it's not as straight-forward as you might think. Give it a read, here.
2016 Kia Sorento first drive
It won't knock your socks off, but there's a fully competent and enjoyable package in the 2016 Kia Sorento. It's been fully updated to be more competitive than ever, with a range of new engines and a host of comfort and convenience upgrades. We take one for a spin through a particularly nasty winter storm in our First Drive, here.
Ford GT successor coming to Detroit, will go racing
There is going to be an absolute onslaught of hot new stuff at next month's Detroit Auto Show, including a rumored successor to the Ford GT supercar. But this won't just be a machine for the street. A new report indicates that Ford already has racing in its sights, with a Chip Gnassi Racing partnership. Interesting stuff, for sure – and big news for the Detroit show, should it come to fruition.
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