Month: June 2020

Mazda MX-5 Miata 100th Anniversary Edition and its awesome red roof headed to US

The MX-5 Miata might be small, but it’s not R360 Coupe small.


Good news, Mazda fans. We know at least one of the brand’s 100th Anniversary Edition cars is confirmed for the US, and it’s perhaps the best of them all.

Mazda on Tuesday said the MX-5 Miata 100th Anniversary Edition will arrive in the US later this year. When the automaker announced the special edition cars, it wasn’t able to confirm US timing or availability, due to the coronavirus pandemic. We still don’t know if we’ll see the other 100th Anniversary Edition cars, but at least we’ll get

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2021 Cadillac XT6 actually gets cheaper with new Luxury trim

Meet the new XT6 Luxury trim.


Fresh off its first full year on the market, the Cadillac XT6 returns for 2021 with some light updates, and a price cut, if you want to look at it that way.

The automaker said Tuesday the XT6 will now start at $49,985, thanks to the new Luxury trim. Previously, the least expensive XT6 was the Premium Luxury trim with its $53,690 price. All prices include a $995 destination charge. The new entry-level trim is meant to make it accessible to more shoppers entering the premium SUV market, Cadillac said.

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2021 Bentley Bentayga updated with tech improvements, styling tweaks

The revised front fascia is a slight improvement.


The Bentayga SUV is still a relative newbie in the history of Bentley, yet it’s proven to be an incredibly important model. Bentley’s sold more than 20,000 examples of its SUV since it first hit the scene in late 2015 and the company revealed a number of key updates on Tuesday, all of which aim to keep the Bentayga poised for continued success.

Outside, the Bentayga gets new front and rear fascia designs that are clearly inspired by the Continental GT coupe. “We changed everything from the A pillar forward,” the

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Lucid Air will be the most aerodynamic production sedan ever, Lucid says

Aero for days.


The Lucid Air electric sedan will not only take the fight to the Tesla Model S, but it will also cut through the wind with ease.

The startup announced Tuesday the Air will boast a drag coefficient of 0.21, which measures the resistance of an object moving through a fluid environment. In this case, it’s how easy the Air slips through the, well, air.

Peter Rawlinson, CEO and and chief technical officer of Lucid Motors, said there’s been an

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