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Polestar introduces their new Precept EV concept
  Polestar Precept is a vision of the company’s future vehicle aspirations
Polestar reveals the Polestar Precept – a vision of the brand’s future direction and a clear expression of intent. Precept exhibits the execution of new, more sustainable interior materials, the continued development of the digital user interface and the essence of Polestar design. The name “Precept” was chosen to emphasize the vehicle’s role in setting out Polestar’s intent as the contemporary electric performance brand. A precept is a manifesto of things to come; a declaration. 
We drive the Kia Telluride SX
  by Ali Arsham
Kia introduced a new large SUV called the Telluride last year. A new SUV on the market is not that big of a deal but the Telluride is the best in the segment. If you want to buy a three-row SUV, this is the one to get. Most manufacturers don’t get it right on the first try but Kia has nailed this one. At first glance, the Telluride is just another SUV. It is not a 600 hp fire breathing monster and it will not hit 200 mph.  
How to Transform a Street Vehicle Into a Race Car
  Some very helpful tips
Do you have a passion for motorsports? Are you also pretty handy when it comes to tweaking vehicles and improving their performance? If so, why not throw yourself into the task of transforming a street vehicle into a race car? Whether you ultimately decide to enter this vehicle into a rally competition is completely up to you. The number one goal here is to have as much fun as you possibly can while you bring your very own race car to life. To ensure that you build your race car in the safest and most cost-effective manner possible, be sure to put the advice laid out below into practice.
2020 Ford GT ups ante with Liquid Carbon special edition
  ups horsepower to 660, offers $750,000
The Ford GT is improved for 2020 with increased horsepower and upgraded engine cooling. Two new unique appearance options: Liquid Carbon features GT’s carbon fiber body fully exposed; restyled Gulf Racing heritage livery pays homage to Ford’s 1969 Le Mans win; plus, supercar’s carbon fiber wheels are now available for the first time with heritage livery
We drive the 2020 Lexus LX570
  by Ali Arsham
No vehicle is perfect and can do it all. But if you could only have one vehicle on your driveway, the Lexus LX570 would be a great choice. It is a brilliant combination of luxury and capability in one package. It can tow a huge load, go off roading, haul a bunch of stuff, carry eight people and do 0-60 in 7.5 seconds, the quarter mile in 15.7 seconds and tops out at 137 mph.
How to Transform a Street Vehicle Into a Race Car
  Some very helpful tips
Do you have a passion for motorsports? Are you also pretty handy when it comes to tweaking vehicles and improving their performance? If so, why not throw yourself into the task of transforming a street vehicle into a race car? Whether you ultimately decide to enter this vehicle into a rally competition is completely up to you. The number one goal here is to have as much fun as you possibly can while you bring your very own race car to life. To ensure that you build your race car in the safest and most cost-effective manner possible, be sure to put the advice laid out below into practice.
2020 Audi A5 brings refreshed design
  and innovative technology to model line
The second generation of the A5 model line has been updated in 2020 with elements of the new design language from flagship models to highlight the distinctive body style. The all-new MIB 3 infotainment system enters the full model line which includes the A5 Coupe, Sportback, and Cabriolet, and the S5 Coupe, Sportback, and Cabriolet.
We drive the 2020 Ford Escape
  by Ali Arsham
Ford says that the new Ford Escape brings style and substance to small SUVs. Usually that is just marketing talk trying to dress up a bad car.  In this case, that description describes the new Escape exactly. The new Escape is much like the old one but now it feels more Audi like especially in the Titanium trim level that we tested.
C8 Corvette Voted 2020 North American Car Of Year
  194mph for $60k
The all-new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has been selected as the 2020 North American Car of the Year by a 50-member jury of independent journalists. The Stingray was selected not only for its revolutionary mid-engine design, but for its level of refinement and impressive performance.
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