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2015 BMW X6 M50d First Look At 2015 BMW X6’s M Sport Package And X6 M50d Variant BMW has just revealed its second-generation X6 crossover, and soon its high-performance X6 M variant will debut. In the meantime, X6 fans looking to add some sport to the new 2015 X6 will have to settle for the crossovers available M Sport package. Koreas Spirra Sports Car Gets Electric Version For Europe The South Korean sports car known as the Spirra, built by Oullim Motors, is about to launch on the European market. However, instead of the usual mid-mounted, twin-turbocharged V-6, the Spirra sold in Europe will be fitted with an electric powertrain. Meet The Modern Day ATS 2500 GT The world doesn’t really need any more shapely Italian sports cars, but it doesn’t really seem right to complain about them so we’re happy to roll with it.
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Lighter in weight for the sake of fuel economy but still no lightweight in terms of its capabilities, Ford dealers have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of a new F150 following successive model years that saw revised pickups from Chevrolet, GMC, Ram and Toyota arrive to take advantage of renewed demand for big trucks. For their part, Chevy and GMC are hoping to enliven the otherwise dormant midsize pickup segment with long overdue redesigned and reintroduced Colorado and Canyon models. GM hopes there are still enough buyers out there who want added vehicular versatility, but for whom a full-size pickup is otherwise too big, costly and gas guzzling. At the other end of the size spectrum, General Motors renews its fleet of large truck-based SUVs (the Cadillac Escalade/ESV, Chevrolet Tahoe/Suburban and GMC Yukon/XL) for the first time in eight years, just as sales in that long-deflated product segment begin to tick healthily upwards. Still, theres no hotter vehicles in the automotive business these days than compact crossover SUVs, which are attracting boatloads of buyers across a wide demographic swath.
The LX automatic ($23,545) is rated for 36 mpg on the highway and 30 mpg overall; a gas-electric hybrid version ($29,155) is instead rated for 47 mpg overall, with up to 50 mpg in the city. Toyota Highlander Hybrid (Photo Credit: Toyota Motor Corp.) The $47,300 base price is steep, but if you want luxury features in a family-friendly seven-passenger crossover, the Highlander Hybrid is just $6,000 more than a comparably equipped gas Highlander. And with 28 mpg in overall mixed driving instead of 20 mpg, you can recoup all or most of that cost over time, while stopping fewer times for gas all along the way. Tesla Model S (Photo Credit: Tesla Motors, Inc.) If you want to use no gas at all and are willing to pay up to do so, theres no better choice than the Tesla Model S an electric-only large luxury hatchback that starts at $62,400 after a $7,500 federal tax credit. In addition to going more than 200 miles per charge, the Tesla also offers exceptional levels of luxury and performance.
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