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FCA US could take advantage of killing the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 by reducing the automaker's fuel economy burden.

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Here's what to look for in the Windy City this week.

The 2016 Chicago Auto Show takes place later this week. Here's everything we know about what's debuting at this year's show.

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Proposed Legislation Threatens Nearly 10,000 Private Driver Jobs, It Says

Uber stopped operating in Paris today to support its drivers. This is the latest in a contentious struggle between the ride sharing service and taxis.

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We mean a genuinely small pickup, not the behemoths sold here today.

There was once a time when Americans had their pick of small-but-useful pickups. Would we tolerate them today?

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Larger Battery Is Now Dual Motor Only

Tesla Motors has quietly discontinued it 85-kWh battery option, along with the rear-drive P90, simplifying the possible number of configurations.

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Subaru is set to present its third new Impreza concept at the Geneva Motor Show next month in the form of the XV Concept, previewed for the first time in this teaser rendering.

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To celebrate, Volvo reminds us of its long history of making awesome wagons.

Volvo has a long history of building wagons, stretching back 60 years to the original Duett, straight through to the V90 set to debut in Stockholm next week.

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Porsche is willing to accept smaller jumps in profits to fund its significant upgrades to develop and build new EVs and hybrids.

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Toyota released this teaser image of its Chicago show car, and while it doesn't reveal much, it suggests a new Tacoma model is headed for the Windy City.

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A new proposal by the EPA aims to prohibit the modification of roadgoing cars for use in racing, and could even ban the sale of associated aftermarket parts.

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IEEE Spectrum Found Two Fcc Filings About Google's Foray Into Resonant Magnetic Induction

This is not the first time someone has proposed charging a moving car using in-road power, but now there could be tons of money behind the idea.

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Charles Morgan drives a tuned Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint from a UK company that specializes in turning these classic coupes into better performers.

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Formula 1's plans for a new 'Halo' closed cockpit, which is coming in 2017, may include the addition of a clear panel for even more driver protection.

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Hyundai is the first automaker to top USA Today's influential survey of Super Bowl commercials.

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A couple mechanics from the Isle of Man decided it was a good idea to put a motorcycle engine in a mobility scooter. They earned themselves a world record.

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Follow along with us from February 16-21.

We're going on an epic journey through South America, and we're bringing you along for the ride.

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"You have to believe that there is a possibility that you will not necessarily go back above $100, you know, ever," said Ian Taylor, CEO of the world's largest independent oil trader.

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Guinness Record Certifies Mazda RX-8-Based Creation

The Cedar Rocket is now officially the world's fastest motorized log. Yes, it's a tree. And it does burnouts.

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Bose does audio, but it also toyed with an adaptive suspension system that could have been a game-changer – if only it weren't so heavy and expensive. CNET checks it out in this latest video.

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General Motors might be willing to share the Volt's powertrain with other automakers, and both sides in such a partnership could reap major financial benefits.

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Forget about an M7: this is the new B7 from Alpina, packing 600 horsepower, all-wheel drive, and a 0-60 time of just 3.6 seconds. The Mercedes-AMG S63 and Audi S8 Plus had best beware.

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A Bullet Train-Style Grand Tourer Gets Better

Turbochargers are approaching ubiquity. How does the original turbo Porsche stand out? With Lunatic performance backed up by remarkable refinement.

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It's A Business Decision, He Says

Kenneth Feinberg has to wait for VW to have a diesel engine emissions fix before he can begin accepting compensation claims from owners. Once that process begins, he expects most people to accept his offer.

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