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Jaguar's C-Type is legendary. But within that rare breed of feline, the 1953 C-Type is rarer still, with only three lightweight versions built to run Le Mans.

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For the 2016 model year, the BAC Mono gets a 305-horsepower, 2.5-liter engine to replace its previous 2.3-liter mill. The extra 25 hp comes with no weight penalty.

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Autoblog Garage British Invasion, News Bites, And More

Episode #438 of the Autoblog Podcast is here. This week, Dan Roth, Steven Ewing, and Brandon Turkus discuss a pair of expensive British cars in the Autoblog Garage, the Jaguar F-Pace, Consumer Reports saying cars burn too much oil, and more.

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We're One Step Closer To The Car Of The Future

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is so loaded with new and updated features that it eclipses the S-Class as the brand's leading edge automobile just two years after the flagship's debut. Here, we get an up close and personal look at all the E's new tech.

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An Indiegogo campaign is hoping to fund the BikeBoat, a KTM-based watercraft. However, the first caught fire and sank to the bottom of the English Channel.

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Ford is hoping data will make the difference in its quest to create a city friendly to both cars and bikes with what it calls a "mobility experiment" known as Info Cycle.

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Our spy photographers at the Nurburgring have spotted a more hardcore version of the Jaguar F-Type undergoing testing. But what's it packing underneath, and will it wear the new SVR badge?

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Just a handful of gull-winged, V10-powered Bristol Fighter models left the British brand's workshop in the 2000s. Xcar managed to get its hands on one to tell the world about it. The thoroughly odd GT wasn't perfect but certainly had some charms.

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Wealthier Citizens' Perks Are Being Cut Or Reduced

California is boosting plug-in vehicle perks for people of more modest means while axing those for wealthy EV buyers.

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For First Time In Six Years, Program Goes Beyond California

Google's self-driving cars are taking a summer road trip. The company said Tuesday two of its autonomous vehicles will be tested this summer in Austin, TX.

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New spy shots of the 2016 Toyota Prius show a shape that's more sedan than the liftback configuration of the current model. Take a look.

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Jessi And Patrick Wind Through Snowy Mountain Passes In A Maserati Quattroporte

The List travels to northern Italy to experience driving the Italian Alps. For this grand drive, we test a Maserati Quattroporte. But first our hosts make a quick stop at the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in Modena to take in an exhibit celebrating 100 years of Maserati.

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English is becoming the official language for Honda's interregional communications by 2020, and the ability to speak it is required to become management. The change is a further sign of the company's transition into a more global automaker.

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The ties between Red Bull and Aston Martin appear to be tightening another knot as reports indicate the two are collaborating on a new supercar project together.

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The Rolls-Royce Wraith St. James Edition is super red. It's also the most powerful car the British automaker has ever created.

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Japanese authorities are expected to release former Toyota executive Julie Hamp from custody on July 8, and she may not be charged. Hamp was accused of allegedly attempting to illegally bring Oxycodone pills into the country through the mail.

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A rumor suggests that the owners of the Nürburgring race track might remove the speed limits during manufacturer testing. That could potentially allow for attempts at lap records once again.

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Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales has some interesting things to say about the new crossover the British automaker is developing for China... along with some other models in the pipeline.

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Jay Leno walks away quite impressed after his ride on the Royal Enfield Musket. The modern bikes turns the vintage Bullet into a V-twin, and engineering the conversion is all the work of just one man.

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Automakers are looking for retroactive emissions credits from the EPA for using stop/start, LED lights, and other tech already added to vehicles.

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Proposed Ordinance Is Latest Squabble Over Parking

Of all the pressing problems in the world, drivers might assume the manner in which they park their cars would fall pretty low on the priority list of any self-respecting municipality. But many recent news stories have shown otherwise.

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We head to the scenic outpost of Cresto Ranch, CO, to drive the 2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris.

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British Invasion, News Bites, And More

We're set to record Autoblog Podcast #487 live tonight at 10:00 PM Eastern. Have a look at our rundown of topics, and sound off with your questions and comments via the Q&A module.

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