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Date Stock Title
Jan 27 LI Tesla Stock 'Outperforms' EV Industry ETF, Peers Since Jan. 13 US Price Cuts: What Investors Should Know
Jan 26 TTM Tata Motors Limited (NYSE:TTM) Q3 2023 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 26 EML The Eastern Company appoints CFO
Jan 26 LI Why NIO And Li Shares Are Popping Today?
Jan 26 DAN Dana Incorporated to Announce 2022 Fourth-quarter and Full-year Financial Results, Host Conference Call and Webcast on February 21
Jan 26 EML The Eastern Company Appoints Nick Vlahos to Succeed Peter O’Hara as its Chief Financial Officer
Jan 25 TTM Tata Motors Limited (TTM) Q3 2023 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 25 TTM Jaguar Land Rover back in profit as sales of new Range Rover hit £900m
Jan 25 TTM Tata Motors reports Q3 results
Jan 25 TTM UPDATE 2-Tata Motors returns to profit on Jaguar Land Rover bounce
Jan 25 AZO AutoZone Stock Drives Higher; Turning A Corner To New Run?
Jan 25 TTM India’s electric vehicle market glides into gear from standing start
Jan 24 TTM Tata Motors: Upside Potential As It Shifts To EVs, But Currently Overvalued
Jan 24 TTM Tata Motors delists ADSs from NYSE, keeps BSE and NSE listings
Jan 23 LI Chinese EV stocks jump on boosts from China’s reopening
Jan 23 SKY Genesis Homes Featured at the 2023 International Builders Show
Jan 21 LI Tesla's Price Cuts Stimulate Orders, GM's Baby Pickup Truck, Ford Wants To Go Solo In Europe And More: Biggest EV Stories Of The Week
Jan 21 BWA A Davos First-Timer’s Notes on BorgWarner, Thermo Fisher, Blackstone, and Nasdaq
Sport Utility Vehicle

A sport utility vehicle or SUV is a car classification that combines elements of road-going passenger cars with features from off-road vehicles, such as raised ground clearance and four-wheel drive.
There is no commonly agreed-upon definition of an SUV, and usage of the term varies between countries. Some definitions claim that an SUV must be built on a light truck chassis; however, broader definitions consider any vehicle with off-road design features to be an SUV. A crossover SUV is often defined as an SUV built with a unibody construction (as with passenger cars), however, in many cases, crossovers are simply referred to as SUVs. In some countries — such as the United States — SUVs have been classified as "light trucks", resulting in more lenient regulations compared to passenger cars.
The predecessors to SUVs date back to military and low-volume models from the late 1930s, and the four-wheel drive station wagons and carryalls that began to be introduced in 1949. The 1984 Jeep Cherokee (XJ) is considered to be the first SUV in the modern style. Some SUVs produced today use unibody construction; however, in the past, more SUVs used body-on-frame construction.
During the late 1990s and early 2000s, the popularity of SUVs greatly increased, often at the expense of the popularity of large sedans and station wagons. More recently, smaller SUVs, mid-size, and crossovers have become increasingly popular. SUVs are currently the world's largest automotive segment and accounted for 36.8% of the world's passenger car market in 2017.

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