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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' lead designer Ralph Gilles is being called a hero for his assistance after a fatal car accident in Michigan last week. The exec used his Jeep Wrangler to push a burning Ford Edge away from a three-car pileup.
The Buick Envision has received a mild refresh for 2019 with a new 9-speed automatic transmission, a torquier turbo-4, and revised front and rear fascias. Starting from $34,000, the 2019 Envision is roughly $2,000 less than the 2018 model.
Toyota is looking to make big headlines at the 2018 Geneva motor show next week with the debut of both a Supra race car concept and the 2019 Corolla hatchback. Toyota has said the new Corolla hatchback will take on a more dynamic design.
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