Faraday Future tests what looks to be a crossover in the desert, and the Equinox is getting a diesel Engine. Senior Editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
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[00:00:00] Chevy unveiled the 2018 Equinox this week. Big news here is the next-generation crossover will get a diesel engine. 40 miles per gallon on the highway! That's an estimated figure and there's gonna be no compromises. It'll still have 136 HP and 236 Lb-FT. That's the stuff you're gonna notice that's gonna make this SUV have plenty of punch off the line as well as be relatively fuel efficient on the highway. Look for the 2018 Equinox and it's updated

[00:00:30] powertrains plus some new design to arrive early in 2017. For the full story plus an analysis by me head to Autoblog.com.

Faraday Future was spied testing its electric crossover in the desert this week. Now these images from our photographer at Spied Bilde offer heavily camouflaged angles but we don't have much else to go on so let the conspiracy theories begin. What we can see is a lifted rear hatch suggesting that this is a Faraday crossover and perhaps takes aim

[00:01:00] at the Tesla Model X. There's also the black device on the roof, which could be related to speculation that the automaker has been testing autonomous driving systems. Now head to Autoblog.com as we update this story and everything else on Faraday Future. For Autoblog I'm Greg Migliore.

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