Acura has a redesigned TLX on its hands, one that boasts a new platform and an available turbocharged V-6. It’s bigger and more substantial than its predecessor, but also costs more. Find out what it’s like in our latest review.
It’s hard to believe that TVR’s modern Griffith was revealed all the way back in 2017. Progress is being made but production isn’t going to start anytime soon. Fortunately the wait will be worth it as the sports car ticks all of the right boxes.
Hyundai Motor Group is testing its first robot assistant at a dealership in Korea, and more are likely coming. The AI-powered robot greets customers and can provide some basic information, but its capability will be upgraded over time.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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