NACTOY winners, and driving the Genesis GV60, Polestar 2, Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 | Autoblog Podcast #813

In this episode of the Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Senior Editor, Electric, John Beltz Snyder. This week, we discuss the North American Car, Truck and Utility of the year winners: The Toyota Prius, Kia EV6 and Ford Super Duty (and Greg explains his votes). In other news, we talk about GM offering $7,500 incentives for EVs that lost their tax credits, another possible calendar change for the Detroit Auto Show and Stellantis potentially scaling back its auto show presence. Greg spent his winter break with the Genesis GV60 and Polestar 2, while John has been driving the Toyota Prius Prime and Mercedes-AMG GLS 63. Finally, they take to Reddit for this week’s Spend My Money question, and pick a sedan under $6,000.

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Autoblog Podcast #813

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  • Toyota Prius, Ford Super Duty, Kia EV9 are 2024 North American Car, Truck, Utility of the Year winners
  • GM offers $7,500 incentive for EVs losing tax credit
  • Detroit Auto Show going back to January?
  • Stellantis done with auto shows, or is it?
  • Cars We’re Driving:
    • 2024 Genesis GV60 Performance AWD
    • 2024 Polestar 2 RWD
    • 2023 Toyota Prius Prime XSE Premium
    • 2024 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63
  • Spend My Money


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