AutoComplete: Porsche debuts a new 911 at the LA Auto Show
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Every few years or so Porsche decides to give the world a beautiful gift in the form of a brand new 911.
And 2018 is one of those years.
The folks from Stuttgart unveiled their 992 chassis 911 which features new styling, a handsome new interior, and of course the engine is in its rightful place behind the rear axle.
The Turbo Charge Flat-Six makes 443 horsepower up 23 from the previous generation.
Look for it at dealers next summer.
Kia's quirky little people haulers giving a major refresh for the 2020 model year.
That includes new styling inside and out, new tech and in the case of the Soul EV, way more torque and a much bigger batter.
The car now comes in X line and GT line trans with the former going for more rugged outdoorsy look Trying hard to bring some hype the Soul's hatch.
Expect to see it in dealers sometime in the middle of 2019.
If you've been eyeing a Prius for a while as your next car purchase, but you couldn't get over the pseudo-wagon looks of it, Toyota has some good news for you.
It announced it's new Corolla Hybrid at the LA Auto Show, and it's basically a Prius Sedan.
It's got a 1.8 liter Atkinson cycle engine with two electric motors that all together make a not exactly earth shattering 121 horsepower.
The good news is that this package should turn around 50 miles per gallon combined when it goes on sale in the spring of 2019.
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