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Version 8.0 software can also guide cars through freeway interchanges.

Whenever it arrives, Tesla's next software update brings important safety improvements.

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It's all part of a trend.

ChargePoint says it now has 30,000 EV stations on its network. It's only growing, too.

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Mahindra gave the green light for 10 units.

The earth-friendly racecar is for "gentleman drivers."

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A fractured shoulder and a new world record are the results.

Red Bull may not give humans wings, but this truck can fly.

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This is easily one of the stranger rides to appear on Jay Leno's Garage.

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The flagship won't be a sedan, and there are a ton more crossovers coming.

Johan de Nysschen sets the record straight.

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It's fine.

It's hard to stand out in a class that doesn't stand out, and that's sort of the point.

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Formula 1 wrapped up its summer break with mayhem at the 2016 Belgian F1 Grand Prix. Yet crazy tire pressures, grid penalties, and overtaking moves couldn't stop two of the season's three front-runners.

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Denali and All Terrain X models highlight 2017 upgrades.

Now you can choose whether you want your Canyon to be luxurious or an off-roader.

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Historic trainmaker invests in future product.

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Subaru's slippery, wedge-shaped sports car of the 1980s, now fallen on hard times.

The predecessor to the Subaru SVX, the futuristic Subaru XT, was once a semi-commonplace sight on California roads. Now they're mostly gone. Here's a solid example in a Los Angeles wrecking yard.

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Historical precedent gives us the answer, and it may not be pretty.

If VW can't fix its diesels, they may go the way of the dodo and the '87-'90 Nissan Van.

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Autoliv, a rival airbag supplier, reported concerns over Takata's airbag inflator design.

One Autoliv engineer said a Takata airbag inflator "turned into shrapnel" when tested.

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Using DealerCONNECT, thieves reprogrammed each stolen vehicle's security codes.

After entering the vehicle identification number, hackers used FCA's DealerCONNECT to reprogram the cars' security systems to accept generic keys.

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Can he turn Google's autonomous vehicle technology into a robotic ride-for-hire service?

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Did you think all the six-figure automobiles were made in Europe? Think again, because some of the most expensive are made right here in America.

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Hogging the left lane irritates other drivers, causes traffic jams, and increases accidents.

Because the left lane is for passing, duh.

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In fact, Uber has lost over $4 billion in its seven-year existence.

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