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That means voice controls for back seat passengers, up to five screens, new high-tech safety features, and even more gesture controls.
That's an updated version of Ford's 2.7L EcoBoost V6
Overall, the June sales estimates for the Canadian market were down a little more than 15 percent compared with the same month last year.
That'll get you out and exploring while staying away from crowds in what the automaker is calling the Ultimate Day Trip Guide.
Jag calls the I-Pace the world's first all-electric performance SUV, though Tesla and the Model X might beg to differ.
It will mean a new in-vehicle computing system and AI infrastructure set to arrive in the automaker's vehicles starting from 2024.
Expect it to start somewhere around the low $120k entry price of the current cars.
Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold, and Davos White were three of the Rangie's original launch colours and they'll be available on the Fifty.