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Toyota's flagship sedan is still alive and kicking.

The original debuted in 1995.

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Plus a portable, swappable EV battery pack and a recharging system.

Plus a portable, swappable battery pack for EVs and a recharging system.

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Mid-1970s Cheetah looked like a Meyers Manx buggy on steroids that ate Jeep CJ-7s for breakfast.

Lamborghini unveiled a prototype named LM001 at the 1981 Geneva Auto Show that took the Cheetah concept a step further with an updated look.

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It's coming to the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.

Yet another coupe-ish CUV?

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Is "rolling lithium" a thing, yet?

"We are seeing growing interest from customers to bring electrification to the heart of the brand."

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Barn finds, Camaros, Corvettes, Mustangs, Pontiacs, Mopars and more

Barn finds, Camaros, Corvettes, Mustangs, Pontiacs, Mopars and more

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We select the best from L.A.

We select the most important reveals from the Los Angeles Auto Show, including the Jeep Wrangler, Subaru Ascent, BMW i8 Roadster and more.

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It will make its Port of Long Beach facility the first in North America to use 100 percent renewable power.

Toyota says the facility will make its Port of Long Beach logistics operation the first in North America to use 100 percent renewable power.

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Defending its off-road heritage, but not its looks.

This one won't be strictly for the fans.

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Lincoln amps up perks like Black Label themes and concierge services.

Rising sales, three refreshed SUVs but too few cars, so Lincoln amps up perks like Black Label themes and concierge services.

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30 galleries, hundreds of photos — it's like being at the show, without the sore feet.

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More space, nice interior, lower price will mean more than its weak sauce engine.

Taking another look at Nissan's littlest ute.

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Enough with silver and white already.

BMW wasn't alone. Hopefully a trend is afoot.

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We showcase the stars in L.A.

We highlight the most import reveals of the L.A. Auto Show.

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Apparently a diesel engine option will eventually arrive.

The 2019 Kia Sorento was revealed at the 2017 L.A. Auto Show, showing off slight exterior revisions and some minor updates to the cabin. Every Sorento also now features standard seven-passenger seating, while the previously optional turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder has been discontinued. Kia also revealed that a diesel engine option is in the works. Every Sorento now comes standard with Kia's 7-inch touchscreen interface, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Wireless smartphone charging is also

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Has same cargo space as regular Niro, gets 105 MPGe

Kia gains its third plug-in model.

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The First Order brings some serious firepower to the show floor.

We're in nerd heaven.