We drove the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV and found it looks like a Hummer H2 with no shortage of the excess that implies. The stance is reminiscent of a bulldog, and the outward visibility is limited, which is why GM equipped it with 17 camera projections. It’s fast, inefficient, and so capable off-road it can show off.

Chevrolet announced the Camaro will die, again, after the 2024 model year. The automaker noted it’s the end of this chapter, but not the end of the nameplate. This leaves the door open for the Camaro to come back as an EV, though it’s unclear if it would be an electric sport sedan or a crossover SUV.

Tesla may have been the first to show a charging robot, but Hyundai has actually developed a working prototype at its R&D center in South Korea. Hyundai built the robot into a dedicated charging station outside the development center to expose the system to real-world weather situations.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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Sixth-generation Chevy Camaro done after 2024

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