AutoComplete: Chevy gives us the eCOPO, an all-electric Camaro drag-race special
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Chevrolet just pulled the wraps off something weird, and exciting, and different for CIMA.
It's called the eCOPO Camaro, COPO being a fairly hallowed designation for fans of fast muscle cars, and it's a fully electric Camaro drag-racing special.
It's got a 700-horsepower electric motor, paired to an automatic transmission, and it's said to do the quarter-mile run in the nine-second range.
And it has a parachute.
When you think of quick, sport compact cars we're betting that the Kia Forte is not usually the first thing that comes to mind.
That could change though with the new Forte GT.
Which Kia introduced at SEMA in Las Vegas.
The GT gets a turbo charged direct injected engine that's good for 201 horsepower and 195 pound feet of torque.
It should hit dealers sometime next year as a 2020 model We love the Ridgeline.
It's a relentlessly practical, cleverly engineered, and easy to live with truck that will generally do anything you ask of it.
Honda decided that while that was all well and good, what people really wanted was a giant UTV version of it, so they made one for [UNKNOWN].
It's called the rugged open air vehicle, and it looks equally ready to jump off a dune or outrun a hungry dinosaur.
We're really, really into it.
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