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Marc Carter is the Editor-in-Chief and founder of The Torque Report. When he's not writing news or reviews for The Torque Report, he also contributes to Inhabitat.com.

Tesla Model X Plaid arrives with 1,020 horsepower

2021 Tesla Model X

Tesla had a big news day on Wednesday, when it not only announced its most recent earnings, but it also unveiled the updated Model S. Tesla also chose to launch the new Model X Plaid, which packs 1,020 horsepower. The Tesla Model X Plaid has three motors that give it that massive horsepower rating....

2021 Tesla Model S gets a facelift and a half steering wheel

2021 Tesla Model S

Tesla has unveiled the updated 2021 Tesla Model S, which has received some small styling updates, but what's new inside is more significant. Starting with the exterior, the updated Model S has new front and rear bumpers and new wheels. Most buyers won't be able to really see the...

Nissan plans to electrify its entire lineup by the early 2030s

2022 Nissan Ariya

Several automakers have announced plans recently to electrify their lineups in the coming years and now we can add Nissan to that list. Nissan has announced that it will electrify its entire lineup in key markets by the early 2030s. The key markets include Japan, China, the U.S. and...

2022 Hyundai Tucson N Line adds a sportier look

2022 Hyundai Tucson N Line

Hyundai has unveiled a sportier version of the new 2022 Tucson, called the Tucson N Line. As its name suggests, the N Line version gets some sporty styling additions, but no extra power, which might be reserved for a possible Tucson N. At the front the 2022 Hyundai Tucson...

2022 Mini Cooper Hardtop and Convertible get a facelift

2022 Mini Cooper

The current Mini Cooper Hardtop and Convertible arrived in 2014 and although Mini has given them some small updates over the years, we can't ignore that both are getting a bit up there in age. Well now Mini has given them both another small refresh for the 2022 model year.

2022 BMW M5 CS arrives with 627 hp

2022 BMW M5 CS

What do we have here? Here's your first look at the 2022 BMW M5 CS. Why is it so important, well it has 627 horsepower and it's 230 pounds lighter than the M5 Competition. Plus it can reach 60 mph in only 2.9 seconds. The M5 CS is powered...

Nissan 370Z skips the 2021 model year

2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition

We're all eagerly the arrival of the new Nissan Z, which was recently previewed by the Z Proto. But in the meantime we have some bad news, the Nissan Z is skipping the 2021 model year, since Nissan has decided to just extend the 2020 370Z into the new year. Nissan confirmed the news...

Volvo to give away $2 million worth of cars during Super Bowl

Volvo Safety Sunday

Super Bowl fans will have the opportunity to win big during the big game on February 7, 2021, since Volvo has announced that it's giving away up to $2 million worth of cars. As part of this year’s Volvo Safety Sunday: A Million More, campaign Volvo will give fans the chance to win a new...

Kia K900 and Cadenza are dead

2019 Kia K900 Review

Sedan sales continue to decline, so this bit of news is not surprising. Kia has decided to discontinue sales of the K900 and Cadenza in the United States. Kia confirmed the news to Car and Driver. Most buyers probably won't even miss the two sedans, since Kia only sold...

2021 Nissan Rogue Review: Lots of improvements, still needs more power

2021 Nissan Rogue Review

Demand for compact crossovers continues to climb, which explains why crossovers for mainstream brands continue to eclipse sedans. For example, the Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue and Toyota RAV4 each outsell the former top sellers, the Accord, Altima and Camry. With that pressure on its shoulders, Nissan has introduced the redesigned 2021 Rogue. Since Nissan...