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Tesla said it would remedy the issue this week, though.
While the visuals haven't changed much, the 2017 Subaru Impreza rides on a new platform for increased rigidity and handling prowess.
Plus: Nissan prices the 2017 Rogue Sport, and Jaguar teases the XF Sportbrake.
Why? More like, why the hell not?
Performance, comfort, styling and tech upgrades prepare the CLA45 to take on Audi's forthcoming RS3.
The results have yet to come in from Mars, though.
If you're in the Phoenix area, you can sign up to use Waymo's vans for whatever you need.
The latest Impreza gets new underpinnings for tighter handling, but the Starlink infotainment system could use some work.
While the outside doesn't change much, Subie's New Global Platform makes for a better-handling Impreza.
The Starlink infortainment system gets smartphone interface integration, but doesn't offer much functionality beyond that.
While the outside doesn't change much, Subie's New Global Platform makes for a better handling Impreza.
Airbags traditionally work from the inside of the car, but this one is a bit different.
If so, it could make Honda's hottest hatch even cheaper.
Plus: Tesla hopes to double its Supercharger network, and Mercedes-Benz builds a home battery of its own.
In the US alone, Tesla wants to increase its Supercharger network by 150 percent.
The new A8 should make its debut some time in 2017.
Not everything comes down to the numbers. The Porsche 911 R has been built for pure driving pleasure, the kind you can't measure in statistics.
Why bother going into the dealership for a small software update?
It's sold through Mercedes-Benz Energy in Europe, and it accomplishes about the same thing as Tesla's own battery solution.
Say hello to the fastest front-wheel-drive car around The Green Hell.