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  • The 2013 Lotus Evora has been granted a temporary exemption from federal requirements to contain advanced passenger side air bag technology. In accordance with this exemption, the 2013 Evora must contain a temporary exemption label. However, 28 units of the low-volume sports car were built between September 2012, and November 2012, without the required temporary exemption label.

  • Bigger and better than ever, the 2014 New York International Auto Show served as the launching pad for a long list of new, significantly changed, and slightly updated new car, truck, and SUV models.

  • After receiving a new name in 2014, Infiniti's full-size QX80 luxury SUV is restyled, refinished, and repackaged for 2015.

  • Calling the 2015 Charger an "American-bred, 4-door muscle car," Dodge revealed numerous changes to its full-size family sedan at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.

  • Honda did not physically display its new 2015 HR-V compact crossover SUV at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, but the company did distribute images of its new Fit-based model, which is scheduled to arrive in dealer showrooms during the coming winter.

  • Toyota's best-selling 5-passenger Camry sedan gets a significant makeover for the 2015 model year. Sporting a fresh new look with added technology features, the new Camry also offers improved handling and what the company claims are higher-grade interior materials.

  • Lexus is entering the compact luxury crossover segment with the debut of the all-new 2015 NX. Slotting in below the current RX model, the NX will go up against the Acura RDX, BMW X1, Infiniti QX50, Volvo XC60, and others.

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