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Chicago Auto Show

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  • Chicago Auto Show: Kia unveils all-electric Soul EV

    Chicago Auto Show: Kia unveils all-electric Soul EV
    Kia went electric at Thursday’s 2014 Chicago Auto Show, by introducing the brand’s first all-electric vehicle, the Soul EV. Based on the boxy Soul hatchback crossover that has long been one of Kia’s most popular vehicles, the EV version...
  • Chicago Auto Show: Subaru unveils all-new 2015 Legacy sedan

    Chicago Auto Show: Subaru unveils all-new 2015 Legacy sedan
    Subaru, a brand known for its all-wheel-drive, crunchy, love-centric ad campaigns and turbocharged engines, also wants to be known as a sedan company. It made this much clear during Thursday’s 2014 Chicago Auto Show when it unveiled its all-new 2015...
  • DOE pledges $50 million for fuel-efficient car technology

    DOE pledges $50 million for fuel-efficient car technology
    Speaking today at the Washington Auto Show’s Policy Day, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced $50 million to support development of new vehicle technologies. “The new research and development funding announced today will help support...
  • 2014 Chicago Auto Show: Can't miss new cars

    2014 Chicago Auto Show: Can't miss new cars
    The formula for success at an auto show is the same as at the new-car dealership: Pack a room with a variety of new products loaded with creature comforts, plus the latest and greatest electronic gadgets that operate at the touch of a button or the...
  • 2014 Chicago Auto Show: Why size matters

    2014 Chicago Auto Show: Why size matters
    Auto show season is in full swing. The North American International Auto Show in Detroit wraps up this weekend, just as the Washington Auto Show kicks off in the nation’s capital. Chicago is up next, running from February 8 to February 17. What&...
  • Subaru to debut all-new Outback wagon at New York Auto Show

    Subaru to debut all-new Outback wagon at New York Auto Show
    Attention Vermont, the Pacific Northwest and college towns everywhere: Subaru plans to use the 2014 New York Auto Show to debut its all-new Outback station wagon. The perennially popular all-wheel-drive wagon is largely based on Subaru’s Legacy...
  • 2015 Kia Soul EV debuts at Chicago Auto Show

    2015 Kia Soul EV debuts at Chicago Auto Show
    The Kia Soul may look like a hipster's car, but a 2014 redesign gave it grown-up refinement on the inside, and at the Chicago Auto Show Kia showed the car's green side by taking the wraps off the 2015 Soul EV. Powered by a 27 kWh lithium polymer...
  • Toyota debuts TRD Pro Series at Chicago Auto Show

    Toyota debuts TRD Pro Series at Chicago Auto Show
    At "Toyota Mountain" in the middle of the North Hall at the Chicago Auto Show, Toyota made a nod toward their off-road racing heritage with the introduction of the TRD Pro Series package for the 4Runner, Tundra and Tacoma. "We're adding a lot of off road...
  • 2015 trucks headline the Chicago Auto Show

    2015 Chevy Colorado The all-new 2015 Chevy Colorado midsize truck takes a spin at the Chicago Auto Show. Specifically designed for the North American consumer, the new Colorado is tailor made for someone who wants the experience of a crossover but the...
  • Review: 'Everything's Coming Up Profits' by Steve Young and Sport Murphy

    The Chicago Auto Show is winding down this weekend, but you can keep the glitzy concept cars. I'm staying home with Steve Young and Sport Murphy's delightful chronicle of the industrial musical, "Everything's Coming Up Profits." In the boom of post-...
  • Test by insurer Progressive monitors driver's location

    Test by insurer Progressive monitors driver's location
    Major U.S. car insurers for years have reassured policyholders that the monitoring devices they install in vehicles as a way of rewarding safe driving don't track location. That could be about to change. Progressive Corp. has begun testing a device...