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The Japanese auto giant, which makes Auris hatchbacks in Burnaston, England, has raised concerns about risks to the plant’s competitiveness if new duties were levied as part of a Brexit divorce settlement.
The two Collier deputies heard on their radio that the possible getaway car in the Wells Fargo robbery was that same gray hatchback.
The fact that a hatchback was added to the Cruze stable for 2017 and a 52-mpg diesel model followed earlier this year should also help sales.
Mileage and performance are tied to curb weight and at 3,300 pounds the C-HR is heavier than a hatchback.
The Hyundai Ioniq—a hatchback that was supposed to come as a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and an EV—was especially appealing.
In Frankfurt on Tuesday, Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz brand debuted an electric hatchback, part of a 10 billion-euro project to release 10 electric vehicles by 2022.
The quirky-looking BMW i3 is a four-door electric hatchback with seating for four passengers, now in its fourth year of production.
The Stinger’s sleek shape cleverly disguises a hatchback’s cargo space with sedan-style looks, á la the Porsche Panamera.
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