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We did a lot of neat stuff in 2016, and a lot of it was caught on video. Check out our favorite drives, experiences, and episodes from our original series that we selected from 2016's best.

These were the most popular automakers and models on Google search in 2016. Some of these results make sense, and some are rather surprising.

Those who do appear to like the concept, though.

What's that cord doing?

A Chevy Volt driver films his desert road trip with a drone.

See the Unplugged Performance fascia for the Tesla Model S. Panasonic invests in Tesla PV plant. Chevy Volt driver has fun with a drone.

The car industry is advancing like never before, making technological features more accessible to the average consumer.

The end of the world's love affair with the true sports car is seemingly imminent. It may be time to say goodbye.

Up to 50,000 electric vehicles a year could come from new factory.

Perhaps some day some of them will end up in the US.

We recap the year in auto show debuts, highlighting the important new stuff from Chevy, Nissan, Mazda, and others in 2016.

And yes, there are only three hosts in this teaser.

Hey BBC, could we have a bit more info than "Coming Soon?"

US pilots flying against ISIS get into the holiday spirit.

And they weren't delivering lumps of coal.

An Indonesian man is being lauded as a hero this week after plucking two children out of the path of a runaway vehicle with a superhuman feat of agility.

This news got a lot of people excited.

The Ford Bronco will return, possibly in 2020. UAW Local 900 confirmed that the SUV is coming to the Michigan assembly plant along with the new Ranger pickup.

We all know about the Merkur XR4Ti, but how about the much rarer Scorpio?

A very rare first-year Merkur Scorpio (sold in Europe as the Ford Scorpio) in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.

This is only the case with younger drivers, although they don't represent the majority of medical marijuana users.

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