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Switzerland's Dynamic Test Center records what happens when you crash a car going 124 miles per hour into a stationary car.

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Honda wants to bring fun, sporty vehicles to the US. That apparently doesn't include the S660 roadster, however.

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Sergio Marchionne might push back his retirement a few years to stay at the top of FCA until 2020, but he's already considering possible replacements.

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And No, We're Not Talking About A New Escalade EXT

While Cadillac spends money on building an international stable of cars, the American market and its thirst for fancy pickups is being ignored. We argue that it's time for a better effort than the Escalade EXT.

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The Micro Machine Gets Smarter

The 2016 Smart ForTwo finally ditches that horrible automated manual transmission. But even beyond that, the new car is vastly improved in many ways, as we found out during a test in Portland, OR.

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Mercedes-AMG shows off sketches of its 2016 challenger for the German Touring Car series, based on the C63 Coupe.

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A London arbitration panel approves the termination of the partnership between Volkswagen and Suzuki. It finds no fault with VW, but says Suzuki failed in one obligation.

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Sergio Marchionne is hinting that a hostile takeover attempt could be in the cards to get GM at least to consider a merger with FCA. He believes the combined companies could have earnings of $30 billion annually.

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The next-gen Chrysler Town & Country is reportedly getting convenient features like foot-operated sliding doors, USB ports for each row, and an interior vacuum. A tweaked Pentastar V6 and nine-speed automatic should boost fuel economy, too.

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The upcoming Volvo S90 has apparently been leaked in the form of a 1:43-scale die-cast model. Spoiler alert: It looks awesome.

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Milestone Reached In Town Outside Of Dusseldorf, Germany

Tesla Motors surpasses 500 Supercharger installations worldwide in fewer than three years.

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The Ford GT sounds amazing in this clip of the future racer rumbling around Sebring during development.

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Hammond, May, Wilman To Score $11M Each

The former hosts of Top Gear are in for a huge raise, as reports are circulating that all three stars and producer Andy Wilman will earn over $10M a year.

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Traxxas shows how its Slash 4x4 RC car can drive across water and do jumps, thanks to paddle tires and high-speed gearing. And some foam for flotation, just in case.

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Audi will bring its digital, reconfigurable virtual cockpit to upmarket trims of the A3 sedan next year.

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Mazda introduces its new dealership design language called Retail Evolution, focusing on a more upscale feel and open-plan spaces.

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The new smartphone app Arro allows traditional cab drivers in the Big Apple to challenge Uber. The service lets users hail a taxi and pay for it from their phone without ever having surge pricing.

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Here's an up-close look at the highly anticipated, fourth-generation Toyota Prius.

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MotorWeek remembers one of the last great Saabs in its vintage review of the 1999 9-3 Viggen. This model was the pinnacle of Saab's capabilities, with a powerful engine and special aerodynamics package.

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Renault will introduce a new Megane at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, the French company has announced. The new Talisman sedan will also be on display.

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GM powered the original Humvee, and now the company is chipping in to motivate its successor, with Oshkosh picking the Duramax diesel to power the new JLTV, or Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.

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Autosport reports that Renault will return to F1 as a constructor, taking a 65-percent stake in the Lotus team. A top-team budget and ten-year investment is planned.

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With Uber's Upcoming IPO It Seems That Ride-hailing Services Are Here To Stay

With Uber's IPO rumored to launch sometime within the next 24 months, it appears on-demand commuter services are here to stay. Autoblog's Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute, with commentary from Autoblog Green's Sebastian Blanco.

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