Tag: USA

Hyundai Celebrated Its Best-Ever Single Month Of Sales In April

Hyundai Motor America announced that its sales more than doubled last month compared to April 2020. That means total sales of 77,523, an all-time single-month record for the brand. Retail sales for every vehicle type rose, with SUVs up by 137%, cars by 163%, and eco-friendly vehicles by 640% as compared to April 2020. The […]

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2021 Bentley Bentayga, Porsche Cayenne Recalled Stateside Over Faulty Suspension Components

Certain examples of the 2021 Bentley Bentayga and 2021 Porsche Cayenne, including the Cayenne Coupe, are being recalled in the United States in two separate safety campaigns over an identical issue. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) notes that the lock nuts on the trailing arm of the rear axle may not have been […]

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UAW Suggests That EV Tax Credits Should Only Apply To Vehicles Made In The U.S.

The United Auto Workers union, which represents Detroit’s big three plant workers among others, has suggested that tax incentives applied to electric vehicles should only be applied to U.S.-made vehicles. Federal incentives of $7,500 that are currently applied to electric vehicles are available irrespective of where the vehicle was made. Reuters reports, though, that the […]

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UAW Wants To Be Sure Workers At Battery Plants Are Represented, Too

The introduction of electric vehicles can’t be allowed to bring with it worse working conditions, says UAW President Rory Gamble. Speaking to Reuters, the union leader said that the United Auto Workers has brought forward concerns it has about joint ventures set up for the purposes of building batteries to Ford and GM. The plants, which […]

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New 2022 Genesis G70 Starts From $38,570, Lower Than German And Japanese Rivals

Genesis announced the pricing details of the redesigned 2022 G70 sedan, which can be now ordered from the carmaker’s website. Prices for the 2022 G70 start from $38,570, including a $1,045 freight charge, in base 2.0T Standard RWD trim level. Customers can spec all-wheel-drive for an extra $2,100. That’s notably less than the German premium […]

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SEC Officially Investigating VW Over Its ‘Voltswagen’ Stunt

<!––> <!––> The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched an investigation over Volkswagen North America’s April Fool’s Day prank of changing its name to ‘Voltswagen.’ A report from German publication Der Spiegel claims that the SEC is investigating the car manufacturer to determine if the Voltswagen “joke” influenced the brand’s stock price. Whatever the […]

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