The Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban have been updated for the 2025 model year, receiving revised styling, new technology, and a more powerful diesel engine. The highlight is the new dash that goes the digital route by incorporating an 11.0-inch digital gauge cluster and a wide 17.7-inch infotainment screen.
The Renault 5 hatchback is set to make a comeback as an electric vehicle, and Renault has released a handful of teaser shots and confirmed the debut for the 2024 Geneva auto show next February. U.S.-bound Alpine will also get its own version of the 5, which the French performance marque will market as the A290.
Mercedes-Benz is working on an electric GLC-Class to replace the EQC electric compact crossover sold overseas. It's due around 2026 and may even be built in the U.S. Unlike the EQC, which is based on a platform originally designed for gas-powered cars, the electric GLC-Class will most likely be based on a dedicated EV platform.
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