The cars, trucks, motorcycles and more built to get us out of isolation and onto the road.
“The highway is alive tonight,” Bruce Springsteen once wrote; “where it’s headed, everybody knows.” For the automotive industry, that’s electrification — a trend seen in several of this year’s most notable vehicles. But gasoline isn’t going gently into that good night; it’s still fueling all sorts of innovative vehicles, from trucks that can do it all to icons reborn in brand-new forms.
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