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New York Auto Show 2013

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GM to launch in-car app shop and support it with 4G

GM is hard at work on an infotainment upgrade that will make its cars function more like your smartphone. Scheduled to launch later this year on an unspecified model or series of models, the app framework will allow you to download and utilize apps built specifically for your GM vehicle. Gizmag caught up with GM at the New York Auto Show to take a closer look. Read More

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Subaru introduces its first production hybrid

Most auto companies have at least a hybrid or two within their line-ups, but through the 2013 model year, Subaru remains the exception. That will change come 2014, when the automaker adds the all-new XV Crosstrek Hybrid to its line. The new crossover gets some extra electricity to add efficiency, but maintains Subaru's well-established utility and all-conditions versatility. Read More

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Range Rover Sport gets lighter, sleeker and sexier

The Range Rover Sport, long a staple of the affluent, inner-city SUV demographic, has had an urban makeover for 2013. Out from under the tarp at New York’s Auto Show the new Sport is espoused to be the most agile and responsive Sport to date. Given New York proper is the largest Range Rover Sport market, it’s fitting the new Sport should unveil here. Read More

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Jaguar brings track ready XKR-S GT to New York

Looking to get very serious about competing with the likes of BMW’s M series, Jaguar is bringing its new XKR-S GT to the track table. Tagged as the big cat's "ultimate road-going/track ready XK" the new kitty unveiled at the New York Auto Show this week isn’t just all pretty aero-bits and spoiler. Read More

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