2019 Ferrari 488 Pista: The 710-HP Track Warrior – Official Photos and Info

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2017 BMW M2 – In-Depth Review

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Porsche Clarifies “Diesel Is Dead” Statement, Isn’t Dropping Diesel Entirely

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There was little surprise at the recent news that Porsche had axed its last remaining diesel vehicles in Europe, with the diesel versions of the Macan and Panamera being withdrawn from sale. It was a move in keeping with the tide of history; the Dieselgate scandal has affected sales of compression-ignition engines on both sides of the Atlantic, and Porsche’s adoption of the technology came more from market pressure than from any great enthusiasm for it.

Yet, it seems, those reports were wrong—or at least premature. Porsche in Great Britain, the source of the original report, has released a clarifying statement that it is still planning a diesel version of the new Cayenne.

“Currently, the demand for diesel models is falling, whereas interest in [gasoline] and hybrid models is increasing significantly,” the company’s statement said. “In light of these facts, Porsche has adapted its product planning. This decision means that Porsche currently does not offer any vehicles with diesel engines. However, it does not mean a diesel exit at Porsche. As announced, the new Cayenne is set to feature a diesel powertrain. The exact time of the market launch is not yet clear.”

Which is good news for Europe’s lovers of frugal luxury SUVs but of little direct bearing to those of us on the other side of the Atlantic. The Volkswagen Group has already said it won’t be bringing any of its diesel engines back to the States, and Porsche exclusively uses VW-sourced diesel powerplants.

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The Full Euro: Honda Civic Diesel Driven – First Drive Review

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Rolls-Royce’s Cullinan SUV Will Offer Tailgate Seating That’s Nicer Than Your Tailgate Seating

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Rolls-Royce’s Cullinan SUV Will Offer Tailgate Seating That’s Nicer Than Your Tailgate Seating

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Rolls-Royce, in a bid to keep anticipation for its upcoming Cullinan simmering, has chosen to show the rig’s tailgate seats. It’s an odd feature to highlight from the first-ever Rolls-Royce SUV, but just look at those perches! They deploy on their own from the Cullinan’s cargo area—the Cull’ has yet to debut, hence why it’s darkened out of the photo—and appear to be the perfect place from which to watch income disparity grow.

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Shaped vaguely like a pair of ye olde Apple iBook laptops, the seats make up what Rolls-Royce calls the “Cullinan Viewing Suite.” A small table rests between them, and of course fine leather covers their shells. Suggested uses include taking in “the world’s most breathtaking vistas” or, for when owners feel like mingling amongst the normals, “a sports event.” Polo, perhaps?

While the idea of built-in lawn chairs seems novel, other fancy-schmancy SUVs such as the Bentley Bentayga and Land Rover’s top-flight Range Rover already offer the feature. But we suspect none of those can match Rolls-Royce’s ability to make everyone at your destination question their life choices.

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2019 Volvo V60: The Mid-Size V Gets Redone

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-Volvo’s lineup transformation continues. One by one, the Chinese-owned Swedish automaker has been overhauling its vehicles with a new exterior design language, a rethought interior control layout, and new modular platforms. The 2019 Volvo V60 is the latest model to make its global debut, having moved to Volvo’s Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) and gaining miniature-V90 curb appeal, multiple four-cylinder powertrains, and the high level of safety features we’ve come to expect from Volvo. READ MORE ››

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2019 Volvo V60: Mini V – Official Photos and Info

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High Plains Rifter: This Peugeot 4×4 Van Concept Is Never in a Hurry

Yesterday, we told you about the new Citroën Berlingo van, and today PSA announced the Peugeot version, the Rifter. But in order to add some excitement around the launch of its new people-hauler, the lion-logo brand also rolled out the Rifter 4×4 concept, a van with a more rugged, outlaw countenance.

In additional to four-wheel drive, the ruggedized Rifter features an additional 3.2 inches of ground clearance, all-terrain tires, and a turbo-diesel engine making 221 lb-ft of torque paired with a six-speed manual transmission. The body is finished in a sinister gray with black and yellow accents, and a 100-LED light bar at the top of the windshield flashes deep in the night. Up front, a matte-black mask covers the leading edge of the hood, which should help prevent damage when you’re doing one hundred and twenty plowing over mailboxes.

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When it’s time to pull over to the river, to take a rest, you can bust out the included Peugeot electric bicycle, the eM02 FS Powertube MTB, whose battery is contained within the frame. On top of the Rifter is a pop-up tent affixed to the accessory roof bars, so owners don’t have to spend another night at the Motel 6.

The Rifter 4×4 concept will make its debut at the Geneva auto show, but in spirit, it’s more at home on the high plains, or wherever your vagabond life takes you.

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High Plains Rifter: This Peugeot 4×4 Van Concept Is Never in a Hurry

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