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2024 Kia Seltos Premiere Showcases New Features And Tech, But No Electrification

At the 2022 Los Angeles auto show this week Kia premiered its refreshed 2024 Seltos compact SUV for the U.S. market. The new Seltos has a host of new features, design tweaks, additional safety and entertainment technology, more powerful engines, and 3 new colors as well. But one feature is conspicuously absent: there is no electrified version to be found.
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Next Ford Reveal Is The New Super Duty Truck Lineup

To say that Ford has had lots of news lately is putting it mildly. From new uses for Bluetooth to the reveal of the 7th generation Mustang and its exhibition and comments at the recent Detroit Auto Show, the automaker hardly has had time to catch its breath. It continues next week with the reveal of the 2023 Super Duty lineup.
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All-New Mustang Sets Bold New Style With Cockpit, Advanced Engine; Retains Manual

With lots of flourish and fanfare, Ford has launched the seventh generation Mustang. The launch coincided with the end of The [Ford] Stampede and the beginning of the Detroit auto show that roared back to life after three years. Some watchers have saId this might be the last generation internal-combusion engined Mustang -- well only time will tell.
Hyundai Recalls 291K Vehicles To Fix Exploding Seatbelts

Hyundai Recalls 281,000 Vehicles To Fix Exploding Seatbelts

Sometimes the similarities between recalls are amazing. For example, a few years ago Takata's exploding airbags made historic news with the auto industry's largest safety recall. Now, though it is far smaller, Hyundai has made similar news this week by recalling 281,000 vehicles to fix exploding seatbelt pretensioners.

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