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Trademark filings show that Tesla may rebrand everything with its own name.

Electrek finds some Tesla trademark filings that show that all of the things that SolarCity does could be renamed with the automaker's name.

Most don't look forward to a ride in a hearse, but at HearseCon in Denver, CO you'll find droves of enthusiasts who love to drive these vehicles.

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Ford's kickin' it old school, commemorating its 1-2-3 finish at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Riding on two wheels with stuntman Bob Riggle didn't quite go as planned.

Jay Leno got an even wilder ride than he bargained for when he strapped himself in the famous Hemi Under Glass drag racer.

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EVgo charging network had been borne out of California's power crisis.

The EVgo charging network was sold by utility company NRG to Vision Ridge Partners.

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Engines are full of grease, grime, and dirt, but they're extremely sensitive at the same time, so how do we clean them safely? Find out how to get your engine car show ready on this episode of Autoblog Details.

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This Chevrolet Corvette was purchased by its current owner in 2003 and has been stored in like-new condition ever since.

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Suzuki Baleno gets mild hybrid system; Borgward BX7 earns Plus X Awards.

Meet NASA's X-57 electric test plane. The Suzuki Baleno gets a mild hybrid system for Europe. Borgward wins Plus X Awards for its PHEV SUV. GM and the Navy are working on fuel cell undersea drones.

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Tire smoke may be harmful to your health.

As if the line lock feature on the 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 wasn't sweet enough, the way it was revealed was even better. Running up the hill at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed, GM Global Lead for Product Development chief Mark Ruess stopped on the track, activated the function, and left the crowd "swaythed in factory rubber smoke" to quote the British announcers. The function is activated through the launch control menu when the car is in Track mode and the transmission is in Drive or first g

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Wings will be allowed for the remainder of the 2016 season.

MotoGP's Grand Prix Commission will ban the use of aerodynamic wings from the series in 2017, but will allow them to be used for the rest of this season.

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Because who needs leather anyway? You have to give people a reason to upgrade from the base model.

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It's been a long and rewarding week here in Colorado Springs, and we've got the photos to prove it.

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Automotive news recap for 6.24.16.

Senior Producer Chris McGraw reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

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The city gets $140 million for electric, autonomous, and connected transport.

Columbus, Ohio has earned $140 million to be a living laboratory for the future of transport. Don't act so surprised.

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To fight the 911, you need lots of different models. Lots.

Tobias Moers is promising new GTs for both the street and the track.

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New two-stage turbocharger utilizes a low-pressure and high-pressure turbine in a series.

General Motors has filed a patent for a new two-stage turbocharger that should increase performance and negate lag.

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VW is looking to better meet stricter particulate-matter limits in Europe.

The filters VW uses for diesel vehicles would be added to turbocharged gas-powered cars next year.

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After some "despair and moaning," Clarkson says, it's time to move on.

Following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, Jeremy Clarkson took to Twitter with some unusually sage advice.

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On Episode #480, we catch up with Zach and Beth Bowman and have a highly philosophical discussion about life. Oh yeah, and some car stuff, too.

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Tiny EVs might have trouble in the land of big vehicles.

Chinese company ZD already operates a car-sharing fleet in Italy, and is now thinking of coming to the US.

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Even with its 550-hp, supercharged V8, this GT is limited to five miles per hour.

Loaded down with designs that didn't make production and parts from other Ford vehicles, this GT is a rare, expensive, and lovely statue.

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