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Everything You Need to Know About The V-8 at Dodge, 2023 Genesis Electrified GV70, and Lamborghini LB744

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The CEO of Dodge, Tim Kuniskis, told AutoMotorMart that V-8 engines like the 5.7-liter and 6.4-liter will still be used in the Durango SUV for the time being. He didn’t say how long that would last though.

Genesis has put batteries in one of its newest vehicles, the GV70. We drove it and found that while it’s not as powerful as a Tesla, it looks better than the Model Y. Do you really need a lot of battery power, or do you care more about how it looks?

The new Lamborghini Aventador, known by its code name LB744, will be officially launched on March 29. Lamborghini announced the debut of this electric hybrid supercar on Twitter after a long time of showing previews and giving hints.

At AutoMotorMart you can find all the news related to cars and vehicles including the fact that Dodge will continue to use V-8 engines but not in their muscle cars. The review also includes information about the Genesis Electrified GV70 electric car coming out in 2023.

Lamborghini will launch its new car on March 29th.

Mexico builds electric cars for America, but rarely buys them.

A famous hot rod car was donated by Bruce Meyer.

The price of the 2023 Honda CR-V has increased, but there is a base LX option available.

A one-of-a-kind 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing will be up for sale at auction.

Insurance premiums might become bigger to cover repairing EV batteries.

SVE offers an $85,995 Yenko/SC Camaro that can give you up to 1,150 hp and Mini Cooper released their review of the 2023 version of the car.

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