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BMW may have split its smallest models into two lines, but ten years after its introduction and on the eve of the next model's launch, the Bavarian automaker has built its 2,000,000th 1 Series - a blue five-door headed for Japan.

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Porsche just introduced the Cayman GT4, with its 3.8-liter flat-six churning out 385 horsepower. But according to Evo, the German automaker is already looking at an even more hardcore GT4 RS.

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This Built America: Ford, Aluminum, And The 2015 F-150

AOL's This Built America series documents the process of Ford revamping its Dearborn Truck plant to produce the new, aluminum F-150.

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Lamborghini has been spied testing an Aventador SV Roadster in the arctic just after the coupe debuted in Geneva. Beyond the removable roof, it looks like Lambo is keeping the rest of the Superveloce intact.

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Nissan expanded an October recall on its Altima sedan, adding vehicles from model years 2014 and 2015 to the 220,000 vehicles recalled from MY 2013.

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Set to debut at the New York Auto Show, the upcoming McLaren Sports Series is captured playing in the snow in this latest teaser video, hot on the heels of the new 675LT and P1 GTR revealed in Geneva this week.

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From Nearly 90 Debuts, We Pick Our Fab Five

The 2015 Geneva Motor Show provided us with a ton of hot new metal to talk about. Here we go through all the debuts and pick our five favorites.

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Before Ken Block got behind the wheel of the Hoonicorn in Gymkhana 7 for his automotive stunts, the custom-built machine needed a trial by fire. So without most of the body, Block got behind the wheel early to really see what the car was capable of.

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Insurance companies are starting to consider the potentially massive implications that autonomous vehicles could have on the auto industry. There are also major questions about liability still be to answered.

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This Mexican motorcycle police officers shows off some aggressive acrobatics by standing up in the saddle with a rifle at the ready.

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The BH03 Tire Concept Remains A Fanciful Idea, But A Cool One

Goodyear is imagining the future of tire technology with two concepts at the Geneva Motor Show. Its BH03 generates electricity to help provide power to a vehicle, and the Triple Tube actively adapts the pressure to the road.

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Nissan's test of the new GT-R LM Nismo at the ultra-bumpy Sebring circuit was brought to a halt after 68 laps because of a problem "with the engine mounting."

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The Chevy Colorado is getting a box delete option that will allow upfitters prepare the trucks for very specific work duties. Chevy claims this is the only midsize pickup in the segment to offer such a package.

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BMW is said to be working the new water injection system that debuted on the M4 MotoGP safety car into the new M4 GTS, along with a raft of other track-focused enhancements.

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Christian von Koenigsegg has big plans for his company, including a potential four-door model and a radical new camless engine design. Racing could be in the cards too, but don't expect to see the Swedish automaker to produce anything much more attainable.

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The DeLorean DMC-12 still looks fantastic after all these years. In its latest video, Petrolicious sits down with an owner of one and goes on a ride through the city at night to watch the fluorescent lights play off the car's stainless steel body.

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Watch Jessi and Patrick from The List climb Mount Washington, discuss the cult of German cars and find all the auto sales data from last month. All of this, plus other happenings in the car world for Feb. 25, 2015.

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A couple touring Yellowstone National Park got a bit closer to the park's wildlife than they'd originally planned, when a bison rammed their SUV.

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Ford could unveil a 200-mile, $30,000-ish battery electric car later this year to go properly head-to-head with the upcoming Chevy Bolt.

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The Governors Highway Safety Association has released an analysis of preliminary pedestrian fatality traffic data for the first six months of 2014. The study indicates deaths for the year are likely be be about the same as 2013, indicating slow progress with pedestrian safety efforts.

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Nissan's work on the crash structure of its Sentra sedan has paid off, as the IIHS has just certified the compact as a Top Safety Pick.

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While sales were up overall in February of 2015 when compared to the same month a year ago, cold and perilous winter weather had an impact, with numbers slightly lower than expected.

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