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Muckraking Book Angered Auto Industry, Has Lasting Impact For Motorists

Fifty years later, Ralph Nader's automotive expose "Unsafe At Any Speed" remains relevant and vital for American drivers.


The EPA is boosting the amount renewable fuels in the US gasoline supply despite opposition by an unusual alliance.


Porsche has dropped the new 911 Turbo and Turbo S, pushing power up by 20 ponies a piece and slashing bits and pieces from the 0-60 times for both models.


With a month to spare, Subaru has already bested its annual sales record of 513,693 vehicles, marking its seventh record-breaking year in a row.


Ferrari announced that it is borrowing over $2.6 billion to fill its coffers and that of its soon-to-be-former parent company, FCA, as the two separate from each other.


Chris Evans confirmed that the reborn Top Gear will arrive for UK viewers on May 8. There was no indication of when the new show would hit US screens, though.


Toyota Develops Truffle-Like Cathode

Nissan is Europe's largest provider of electric taxis. Heuliez Bus launches GX 337 ELEC. Toyota develops sulfur cathode with selective polymer membrane.


The Ford Police Interceptors had the quickest lap times and sprints to 60 miles per hour in the latest round of tests of vehicles by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and the Michigan State Police.


This fresh spy shot of the Bugatti Chiron shows the upcoming supercar looking very menacing during its testing.


Bild am Sonntag says Volkswagen executives knew about irregular CO2 readings a year ago, countering VW's claim that it only found out this November.


One Sheriff's Office Brings Surprise Cheer To Motorists This Holiday Season

In Kansas City, MO, some motorists are receiving a holiday surprise instead of a ticket.


What happens when robot cars meet complex social interaction, like head nods, horn honks, or even road rage? Dr. Melissa Cefkin is here to teach autonomous cars how to behave.


Mitsubishi will axe the i-MiEV but will launch a trio of new or updated crossovers in the US before the end of the decade with EV or PHEV variants.


Clarkson took some time away from preparing his new Amazon show to run us through that company's forthcoming Prime Air delivery service.


CCTV in China caught the strange moment when several vehicles were clotheslined all at once.


Auto Bild reports that AMG is considering a successor the Mercedes SLR McLaren, debating whether to build a 650-hp front-engined or a 1,050-hp mid-engined coupe.


The 2015 Formula One season concludes with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. There isn't much movement at the front of the field, but the weekend laid some interesting groundwork for the 2016 season just 85 days away.


Strong Ambitions, Weak Bones

The C-segment is hardcore Money Land these days, and now perennial premium me-too Infiniti has a player there. Furthermore, it's almost good.


Roborace will challenge autonomous vehicles to motorsports. The support series for the 2016-2017 Formula E season will put 20 driverless EVs on the track to find the one with the best code.


In the latest legal battle ensuing from the aftermath of Paul Walker's death, the late actor's father has filed suit against Porsche, claiming inadequate safety equipment in the Carrera GT in which he died two years ago.


What do you do when your dreams of being a fighter pilot are dashed? Good question. What you shouldn't do, though, is steal a USMC fighter for a joyride.

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