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Edmunds: Best updated cars for 2020

This photo provided by Audi shows the Audi Q7, a three-row midsize luxury SUV that has received a number of notable updates for 2020, including a dual-screen infotainment system. (Courtesy of Audi via AP)

To stay fresh after a few years on sale, automakers update their lineup with fresh styling, the latest tech, and more powerful and efficient powertrains

How the coronavirus will change the way we buy cars

Cars and trucks are parked in an auto dealer lot Wednesday, April 15, 2020, in Green Park, Mo. U.S. retail sales recorded a record drop in March, with auto sales down 25.6%, as the coronavirus outbreak closed down thousands of stores and shoppers stayed home. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

A host of issues will factor in to the new world of car buying, including e-commerce, independent mechanics' shops, and strict franchise laws.

Virus-proofing could become popular feature in vehicles after coronavirus

Automakers and suppliers around the world are investigating ways to virus-proof their vehicles to win customers in a post-COVID-19 market.(Dreamstime/TNS)

Automakers and suppliers around the world are investigating ways to virus-proof their vehicles to win customers in a post-COVID-19 market.

Motormouth: How to keep gas ‘fresh’

Questions and answers about cars.

Really big rides: Piloting the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Z71 can tow up to 18,510 pounds (up to 35,500 if you opt for the 3500). (Chevrolet/TNS)

This model is all new for 2020. It can tow up to 18,510 pounds (up to 35,500 if you opt for the 3500). It’s longer, wider, and taller than before.

Americans still don’t trust self-driving cars, poll shows

Nearly half of Americans say they would not get in a self-driving taxi, according to a poll.

Excellent new 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport looms large in its class

The 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport. (James Halfacre/Volkswagen/TNS)

The new 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is a vehicle tailor-made for middle America.

When you’ve had it with COVID-19 isolation, these camper vans are ready for vacation

The interior of one of the modified vans rented by Ondevan, in Miami. Ondevan, co-owned by Haley Kirk and Omar Bendezú, rents camper vans to tourists. (Ondevan/TNS)

Florida couple are reinventing their campervan rental business amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Huge day as Detroit Three restart at least 51 plants shuttered since March by coronavirus

Before sunrise on Monday, tens of thousands of autoworkers headed back to work at factories in Detroit, Chicago, Toledo, Louisville and Kansas City as the Detroit Three started building vehicles again.

Don’t overlook the truly tasty 2020 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 coupe

The 2020 INFINITI Q60 Red Sport 400. (Inifinti)

Infiniti does offer some truly special vehicles that deserve more attention. Consider the 2020 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400. It’s a rear-wheel-drive luxury coupe, a rarefied segment filled with some tempting options.

What happens in Mexico during next 2 weeks will be crucial for Detroit

As the Detroit Three auto companies move to restart factory operations in North America on Monday, they’re monitoring closely new reports coming from Mexico about whether auto suppliers there will be crippled by the coronavirus.

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