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    GM Q4 2020 Sales Figures

    I'm surprised regular Encore sales were so low last quarter. My local dealerships seem to have an endless supply of those things.
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    GM's new logo

    I actually like that. Their new 70's throwback branding is kind of neat.
  3. I'm not sure why this particular trim would be attractive on the retail market. Many people like having a third-row despite using it only occasionally. At this price point, it's expected nowadays.
  4. The Maverick will be a huge hit in areas with snowy climates. Some people buy larger trucks or SUVs specifically for winter-duty. The Maverick looks like it will be an affordable way to deal with winter snow without much sacrifice in terms of fuel economy or interior space.
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    GM's new logo

    That's laughably bad. This is a cringey attempt to look hip in the social media age.
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    Ford/Mahindra partnership ends

    This probably makes sense for the time being. The lower cost of Indian vehicles probably leaves small profit margins. Ford may want to reassess as India continues to industrialize (and become wealthier as a result) in future decades.
  7. I hope the proportions are better than the Grand Commander. That thing is basically a stretched Cherokee, and it shows. They should be able to extend the wheelbase of the Grand Cherokee if it's on a RWD platform.
  8. The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee has been spied testing in three-row guise with less camouflage than any time before. Unsurprisingly, the new Grand Cherokee bares a resemblance to the Grand Commander that is sold exclusively in the Chinese market, as well as the new Grand Wagoneer. The similarities are particularly obvious at the front end where there are very similar headlights, although those used by the Grand Cherokee are slightly thinner. We can also see part of the seven-slot front grille. https://www.carscoops.com/2020/12/2022-jeep-grand-cherokee-scooped-with-striking-new-design/
  9. The 2021 500X will be the only Fiat offered in America as the 124 Spider and 500L are being discontinued. This follows the death of the 500 in 2019 and leaves the brand seemingly destined to leave the United States in the future. That remains to be seen, but their soon to be sole remaining product – the 500X – only racked up 1,130 sales in the first three quarters of 2020. Even before the coronavirus pandemic, 500X sales plummeted to 2,518 units in 2019. https://www.carscoops.com/2020/12/fiat-guts-u-s-lineup-only-the-500x-will-remain-for-2021/
  10. It looks quite similar to Lincoln's Chinese showrooms.
  11. Following the reveal of the 2021 Lucid Air EV in September, Lucid Motors is opening its first East Coast studio in Miami. The Miami “Lucid Studio” (sounds like a Crack-less den for Christian rock bands) will be the first of many, according to the company. “The opening of our first East Coast Studio in Miami signifies a remarkable milestone for Lucid, marking the expansion of our retail network across the United States,” said Peter Rawlinson, CEO. “I’m confident [the Air] will resonate with Floridians attracted to the benefits a state-of-the-art EV can have upon their family, their community, and, indeed, the world.” https://www.carscoops.com/2020/12/lucid-motors-opens-first-east-coast-brick-and-mortar-space-in-miami/
  12. Maybe this would look better if we got a sense of its overall length. The Outback is attractive because it's visually longer (because of its lower roof height) than most mid-size crossovers. The angle of these photos kind of obscures its length.
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    Mystery Ford: Fun Holiday Guessing

    Maybe this would look better if we got a sense of its overall length. The Outback is attractive because it's visually longer (because of its lower roof height) than most mid-size crossovers. The angle of these photos kind of obscures its length.
  14. Would a Bronco truck even make sense at this point? Gladiator sales have been softer than FCA had hoped, but price probably plays a big role in that.
  15. If Tesla sits on their hands, this will be detrimental. Tesla is successful because (1.) It used to have EVs that were completely unique to the market, and (2.) It is trendy. If they let their vehicles languish, they'll lose #2. As the recent Mustang Mach-e reviews demonstrate, Tesla is beginning to lose its stranglehold on #1 as well.
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