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A crowd near Mexico City attacked Uber drivers and their cars yesterday. At the same time, taxi drivers protested for a total ban on the ridehailing app.

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Autoblog's Mylencia Gillenwaters reports on Ford's 2015 second-quarter financials.

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We Ride The All-Electric Italian Superbike

Translogic's Jonathon Buckley takes to the hills of Mulholland atop the Energica Ego, an all-electric performance motorcycle out of Italy. And while our ride takes place in the US, Energica CEO Livia Cevolini joins the conversation from across the pond to give us details on one of the world's first production-ready electric superbikes.

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The new aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150 performed well in crash testing, but a missing component prompted the IIHS to test another version that didn't hold up quite as well.

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A bomb threat to Ford's Romeo Engine Plant has closed the factory. Police have arrived on the scene with bomb-sniffing dogs.

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The trio of former Top Gear hosts is returning in 2016 thanks to a new, three-season streaming deal with Amazon Prime.

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Harry Metcalfe drives his 1980 Jaguar XJ-S V12 a thousand miles from England to Monaco for an Octane cover story, proving in the grandest of Eighties style that he's braver (or just more optimistic) than the rest of us.

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According to the latest rumors, Lamborghini will be unveiling the Huracán Spyder at the Geneva Motor Show, making fans wait nearly eight months from now before they can drop the top on its ten-cylinder supercar.

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Jenson Button could be preparing to shift out of Formula One and into a slot on the BBC's rebooted Top Gear, starring alongside new host Chris Evans.

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Chris Harris gets his hands all over the new 2015 Ford Mustang GT in the UK, taking it out for a drive on both road and track to see how it holds up across the pond.

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No voice over. No host in your face. Nothing but the cars you want to see, in glorious high-definition video. Today's subject is the 2016 Jaguar F-Type R AWD. Enjoy.

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Jaguar shows us how it has tested the upcoming new F-Pace crossover in extreme climates, before it makes its debut in Frankfurt and commences production in Solihull, UK.

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NHTSA is closing an investigation into 4.7 million power modules in FCA vehicles and found no need for a recall in them.

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Auto Motor und Sport publishes photos of the Audi C-BEV, an all-electric SUV that presages the coming Q6 and how Audi plans to challenge the Tesla Model X.

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FCA fine, Chevrolet Colorado diesel, turbo Toyota Camry

On Episode #441 of the Autoblog Podcast, we talk about the $105M FCA fine, the Chevrolet Colorado diesel, turbo Camry rumors, and more!

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New Buyer And Friend Can Each Get $1,000 Off A Tesla Purchase

Tesla Motors has announced a new $1,000 referral bonus for current Model S drivers who talk their friends into buying one.

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The average age of the US passenger fleet has ticked up to a new record of 11.5 years. There are more vehicles in operation than ever before, too.

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Nissan announces its financial year Q1 numbers, handily beating analyst expectations for net income and operating profit.

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Cadillac is recalling 82,000 examples of the 2013-2016 ATS because the sunroof controls don't comply to government rules, resulting in a stop sale order to dealerships.

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Audi is recalling 5,600 SQ5 crossovers due to concerns over a fault in the steering motor sensor, which could cause a steering failure in cold conditions.

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Multiple high-profile car hacks this year suggest that vehicles aren't entirely secure from software vulnerabilities. Experts say that future problems are inevitable.

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Mini is recalling 30,000 examples of the two-door Hardtop models to improve their side-impact protection. The problem was discovered after safety compliance tests by the government.

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Uconnect Update For 1.4 Million Vehicles Fixes Software Vulnerabilities

Carjacking has gone wireless, as automakers and Congress scramble for a solution.

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