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The proposed speed limit could save over $1 billion in fuel each year.

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Remote-controlled FCEVs will start racing next March

Japanese automaker teams with educational provider to work with 20 California high schools on mini fuel-cell racer competition.

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This camera shows potential, but we won't have the full details until this fall.

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Mazda will address earlier models registered in snowy northern states first.

Mazda will replace both front lower control arms at no cost to owners. It's unknown if there are any crashes, injuries, or deaths related to the issue.

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Convertibles look great on the road, but how to clean the sensitive fabric of the convertible top when it becomes soiled over time? Find out on this episode of Autoblog Details.

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More power, more gears. What's not to love?

Plus the revised V6 gets some hand-me-down tech from Cadillac.

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Technology may be improving, but motor vehicle fatalities are increasing.

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The LC lends itself well to Super GT racing.

Lexus' styling is polarizing, but when outfitted for high-level racing in its home country, the effect on a car like the LC500 is transformative.

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Our interview with the new boss in Sant'Agata.

He chatted with us about supercars, the Urus SUV, and the future of the company.

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Model shares an awfully similar name to the Euro version of the Chevy Volt.

European version of the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle prepares for its unveiling across the Pond.

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In order to fend off accusations that your metal is weak, you need the right car.

What would Horgh drive? You must choose the most metal car, or be expelled from the skeletal, frostbitten winter forest forever.

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Electric Six singer Dick Valentine loves the treble.

Wise cracks and hot tracks with the MKZ's 1200-watt stereo.

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Changes are unlikely until adoption of new CAFE standards in 2025

Some automakers say mix of higher-octane fuel and higher-compression engines reduce emissions.

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US drivers broke the all-time driving mileage record in the first half of 2016.

Naturally, more miles driven also means more roadwork is needed.

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160 cities are currently supported, but more could be added in the future.

You don't even have to have a Ford to use it.

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We recap Monterey Car Week and discuss what's been making news in the automotive world.

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Less than a quarter of the hybrids tested were cheaper to run than gas-powered cars.

Lower fuel costs and higher gas-powered fuel economy narrows the gap in vehicle-operating costs.

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The acquisition was on an FTC list of proposed transactions for "early termination."

Governmental approval of the deal moves Tesla one step closer to buying – or perhaps more appropriately bailing out – Solar City.

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The EPA hasn't released a study on ethanol or any other biofuel in years.

Know what happens when you assume? You make an ass out of you, me, and the federal government.

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Top Gear faced a "perfect storm" in the months ahead of Jeremy Clarkson's fracas.

The Grand Tour's Executive Producer Andy Wilman took part in an entertaining and enlightening chat at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, and now you can watch the entire 34-minute conversation.

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Dealers will finally get compensated for the cars they weren't allowed to sell.

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Price is the key for Ssangyong.

Could Ssangyong succeed in the US? While its lineup has just the sort of vehicles Americans crave, they're almost all diesel-powered with standard manual transmissions – at least the journalists will be happy.

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