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The champ: Porsche's brilliant Cayenne.

The Tesla Model X and the Porsche Cayenne are both incredible — but only one of these luxury SUV rivals has the edge

These are two of the best luxury SUVs on the market, the respective pinnacles of gas-powered and all-electric propulsion.
The Tesla Model 3.

After the pandemic, if you want to buy a car, you should seriously consider a Tesla. Here are some pros and cons.

It's going to be easy to buy or lease a gas-powered vehicles, but the time couldn't be better for checking out an electric car.
A rendering of the new Ohio factory.

General Motors and its battery partner are building a new factory in Ohio as the carmaker prepares to reveal 22 new electrified vehicles by 2023

The new factory is a $2.3-billion plant being built in Ohio, near a factory that was controversially closed in 2019.
A Tesla Model S charges at a Tesla Supercharger station in Cabazon, California.

Tesla’s sprawling, multinational Supercharger network is its biggest competitive advantage. Take a closer look.

Other automakers have partnered with charging operations and have explored their own solutions, but only Tesla has a vast network.

How the Tesla Model 3, with a $40,000 base price, stacks up against the $100,000-plus Tesla Model S

The Model S is a more luxurious mid-size four door. The Model 3 is a compact four-door that takes a more minimalist approach

How the cheapest Tesla Model 3 at $40,000 stacks up against a loaded $44,000 Chevy Bolt EV

I put a $57,500 Model 3 up against a $43,000 Chevy Bolt in a battle of marquee electric cars. Tesla now sells the same version for $40,000. Rematch!
Still a masterpiece: the 2020 Chevy Bolt EV.

I drove a $44,000 Chevy Bolt with 260 miles of range to see if the upgraded electric car is still a Tesla rival — here’s the verdict

The Bolt now competes against a more crowded field of contenders, but this zippy subcompact continues to be charming and affordable.

There have never been this many electric cars on the market. Here’s a rundown of the 14 you can buy right now.

More than a dozen all-electric vehicles are available in the US market. The cheapest are about $30,000, while the most expensive is nearly $200,000.
Hyundai Prophecy.

Hyundai will sell a production version of its Prophecy electric concept car, which has joysticks instead of a steering wheel — see inside

The Hyundai Prophecy is the mullet of electric vehicles — Model 3 in the front, and 911 in the back — and you might be able to buy one soon.
Ford Mustang Cobra Jet 1400.

For the first time in its 52-year history, Ford’s Mustang Cobra Jet factory drag racer will be a whisper-silent EV

The all-electric Cobra Jet 1400 will make an estimated 1,400 horsepower, and Ford expects it to beat the fastest of its gas-powered Cobra Jets.