Davis Adams

Davis Adams

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Whether you're talking about gadgets or cars, Davis always seems to prefer "next year's models." He's a neophile to the core, and he spends much of his time following the automotive industry's upcoming products and launches. When he's not reviewing the newest stuff on the roads, Davis can be found running with his dog, Benny, hiking in the North Georgia mountains, or kickboxing in his MMA studio. Davis is a resident of Atlanta.
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Geneva 2013: Sbarro REACT’E.V. is Switzerland-bound

The Sbarro REACT'E.V. concept is definitely one the coolest plug-in hybrids we've ever seen, and we should learn more next week at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
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2013 Chevy Malibu will now display car’s ‘green’ report card for eco-minded buyers

There's more to building a "green" car than high fuel economy numbers, and that's why GM is highlighting the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu's efficient production techniques.
Cars

2014 Cherokee: Jeep’s bringing back an oldie with a space-age design

Like a phoenix from the ashes, Jeep plans to bring the Cherokee back to life at the New York Auto Show. Does it possess enough of the classic's soul wear the name, though?
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Geneva 2013: KTM to include a windshield and sideglass on new X-Bow GT – and that’s about it

At this year's Geneva Motor Show, KTM will show off its X-Bow GT. This racer adds a smidge of luxury to a purist car with the inclusion of a windshield and side glass.
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Geneva 2013: 2014 VW GTI jumps to 220 horses and 39 mpg

VW invented the hot hatchback segment with the GTI, and seven generations later, it's bringing its newest version to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. And this year, it's even hotter than before.
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Geneva 2013: Asian underdogs hoping to bark and bite next week in Switzerland

International auto shows are home to so many cars that we'll never get to drive here in America. With some luck and a solid business plan, these three automakers might just find a way to sell cars Stateside, too.
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Geneva 2013: FIAT takes minivans off-pavement with 500L Trekking

Fiat's version of a minivan, the 500L, is much smaller than other vans like the Honda Odyssey or Toyota Sienna. Now, Fiat plans on bringing the 500L Trekking stateside. A van that can park in smaller spaces and drive to different places…
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Geneva 2013: Audi’s 2014 RS Q3 is as mean as they come, first SUV to receive go-fast treatment

With it's first-ever launch of a high-performance SUV, Audi hopes to make waves at this year's Geneva Motor Show with the 2014 RS Q3 compact crossover.
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Geneva 2013: MINI promotes further personalization with Bond Street, Hyde Park editions

At this year's Geneva Motor Show, MINI will showcase its Clubman Bond Street, Hyde Park, Highgate Convertible and John Cooper Works Paceman models. Stay tuned for more updates from Geneva.
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MIT tech evaluation: Audi’s movin’ and shakin’

While being called one of the "50 Most Disruptive" companies doesn't necessarily sound like a compliment, this accolade from MIT is one that Audi claims with excitement.
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Tesla CEO claims company lost $100M in value after New York Times spat

As a result of Tesla's media brawl with the New York Times, the brand lost several potential buyers and even more money in brand equity. That won't be the last we hear from Elon Musk, though.
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Nissan’s EPORO robots take lessons from schools of fish for advanced safety tech protocols

Nissan is working to perfect its collision avoidance systems to create a world without accidents. These mininature EPORO robots might just be the solution to safer roads in the future.