AutoComplete: Dodge finally gives the 2017 Challenger all-wheel drive
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Dodge's Challenger is officially the first production two door muscle car to sport all wheel drive.
The 2017 Challenger GT adds [UNKNOWN] traction to the industry's biggest pony car.
The GT also includes fancy bits like Napa leather, and an 8.4 inch touch screen infotainment system.
Sadly, it's only available with V6 power for the time being, so our dreams of an all wheel drive Hellcat might not come true for a while, if ever.
GM's Vauxhall has dropped the veil on its all new Insignia Sedan, which means what you see here is pretty likely to arrive in the states as a Buick Regal.
This sleek little number packs a whole host of new tech, including torque vectoring all wheel drive, eight speed automatic, and an active hood that moves to lessen pedestrian collision injuries.
Buick won't say if or when another Regal will debut for the US, but our bet is after the Insignia's official debut at the Geneva Motor Show this March.
Tesla's latest recall doesn't involve a car at all.
Instead it's calling back three types of after market charging adapters after receiving two reports of overheating without injury.
The adapters allow owners to hook up their cars to all sorts of outlets like the ones used for electric clothes dryers.
Tesla is mailing revised units to owners who purchased the adapters through it's online store.
In the meantime, the auto maker suggests owners refrain from using the adapters in question at all.
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