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Porsche May Have a Wild New 3-Row SUV Coming, Report Says

The idea of Porsche building SUVs is no longer controversial. The Macan and Cayenne have become Porsche’s most popular and profitable vehicles, and have developed into impressive sports cars in their own right. What Porsche does not have in the lineup, however: a three-row, family-hauling crossover. But that may change very soon.

Automotive News is reporting that Porsche is developing a new flagship model that will be larger, longer and wider than the Cayenne. The vehicle, the report suggests, will likely offer up to three rows of seats, with room for as many as seven people. The report has it arriving for the second half of the 2020s — so figure around 2026.

It’s not clear what precisely this new Porsche will look like. One dealer described it to Automotive News as a “new style of vehicle that is part sedan, part crossover” and noted it was “rakish.”

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Hyundai IONIQ 5 named 2022 ‘German Car of the Year’

Published: Nov. 25, 2021 at 3:00 AM EST|Updated: 1 hour ago

  • IONIQ 5 wins final round of 2022 ‘German Car of the Year’
  • Hyundai’s fully-electric midsize CUV prevails over world-class competitors

OFFENBACH, Germany, Nov. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Just half a year after its launch in the German market, Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 has been named 2022 ‘German Car of the Year’ (GCOTY). In the final round of the notable award, the fully-electric midsize CUV prevailed over its world-class competitors.

Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 has been named 2022‘German Car of the Year’
Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 has been named 2022‘German Car of the Year’

At the GCOTY awards, the top car model launches of the year compete against one another in five categories: “Compact”, “Premium”, “Luxury”, “New Energy”, and “Performance”. An internationally networked jury of 20 automotive journalists tests and evaluates each product in terms of product features, relevance, and future viability. As the class winner in the “New Energy”

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Electric cars already threatened by poor charging infrastructure warns SMMT

British motorists are turning to electric vehicles in ever-greater numbers but the rapid growth of EVs is under threat from a below-par charging infrastructure warns the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.



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Speaking at the organisation’s 104th Annual Dinner, SMMT president Dr George Gillespie said there are already more than 115 zero emission capable vehicles on sale in the UK and the industry “has inspired the public to buy these exciting vehicles in numbers never seen before.

“But here is the twist. It is so frustrating to find broken chargers, blocked chargers, multiple apps, confusing payment schemes.

“This is quickly going to turn a lot of people off electric vehicles and all our work in developing these fantastic vehicles will be wasted.”

The warning was delivered to a guest list that included automotive industry executives, media, and other stakeholder representatives –

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