Archive for the ‘Autoline Exclusives’ Category

2022 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid

April 22nd, 2022 at 2:48pm


Remember when hybrids were only marketed to tree-hugging environmentalists who probably hated cars but were grudgingly willing to drive an eco-conscious sedan? Well, those days are over. With the Camry XSE hybrid, Toyota is sending out a clear signal that it’s making hybrids for anyone who wants to buy one—even car enthusiasts.

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Infineon Readies Chips for A New Generation of Vehicles – Autoline Exclusives

April 21st, 2022 at 8:00am

Cars are becoming more and more sophisticated, which means they need more semiconductors. BEVs use double the amount of chips an ICE vehicle does. Bill Stewart, the Senior Director of Vehicle Automation and Chassis at Infineon Technologies, the largest chip supplier to the automotive industry, talks about the technology that goes into chips and where they go in cars.

2022 Volvo S90 B6 AWD

April 19th, 2022 at 2:53pm


Ahhh, sedans. You remember them, don’t you? They used to rule the automotive universe until one day everybody woke up and suddenly decided they needed an SUV. Or something like that.

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2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Edition

April 8th, 2022 at 2:31pm


Subaru keeps tweaking the formula it has with the Outback and the Wilderness Edition is the latest example.

While the Limited Edition caters to those who appreciate leather and comfort, and the Onyx Edition with its faux carbon fiber trim is aimed at a sportier customer, the Wilderness Edition is designed for outdoorsy types who are willing to drive a little bit deeper into the woods or the desert.

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2022 Lexus NX 350h AWD Review

April 6th, 2022 at 2:45pm


Lexus has so many models in its line-up, ten to be exact, that it can be hard to keep track of them all. And because Lexus uses two letters to name each model, that makes it hard to remember which one is which. And just to make it more confusing, five of those models have an X in their name: GX, LX, RX, NX and UX.

Let’s make some sense out of the NX.

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