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2018 Toyota Camry XSE – Redline: Review

The most important family car in America gets its most comprehensive redesign in its 34 year history. Riding on an all-new chassis dubbed TNGA, this new 2018 Camry promises to be sportier, more stylish, more premium, and more technologically advanced. All its Japanese rivals better take notice, because Toyota has just moved the midsize family sedan needle way forward. Video includes driving footage on the 3.5L V6 and 2.5L 4-cylinder engines.

2018 Kia Stinger GT – Redline: Review

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Designed in Frankfurt and road tested in Germany over its development, the 2018 Stinger looks to completely change your perception of Kia. No longer will the brand settle for being known to offer safe, stylish, and value packed cars. Passion and performance is one area where Kia needed to address and thanks to a team coming from Audi and BMW, the 2018 Stinger is graced with a balanced rear-drive chassis, standard turbo power, and an interior that wouldn’t feel out of place in a luxury car. The 2018 Kia Stinger is a must drive if you want all the performance, looks, and handling of a German sport sedan but want to keep an additional $10,000 dollars in your bank account with very little sacrifices.

2018 Tesla Model 3 Performance – Stupid Fast Electric Car Is [Finally] HERE!

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Easily the most talked about car over the past 3 years, Tesla has gone through blood, sweat, and tears to ramp up production and deliver the most important electric car of their short company history. With a starting price of $35,000 and an all-electric range of 220 miles, the 2018 Tesla Model 3 delivers on the EV experience but without the frumpy image of its competitors. The $64,000 Performance version has twice the power, twice the performance, twice the motors, and nearly twice the range and Tesla claims it will outperform the benchmark BMW M3 on the track without sacrifices any of the thrills. While the internal combustion engine will continue to live on, Tesla certainly proves that a car of the future is already being built today.