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The modest but meaningful changes mirror those already announced for the Toyota 86.

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Plus what you can expect and a recap of behind-the-scenes drama.

It's back! Now make sure you're properly prepared.

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The new, liquid-cooled XG750R replaces a 40-plus-year-old design.

After over 40 years of dominating flat-track racing, Harley-Davidson has replaced the XR750 with its new XG750R, a liquid-cooled racer based on the 750 Street.

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The bikes can run on gas, propane, jet fuel, or "theoretically" olive oil.

These two motorcycle prototypes for the military can run on almost any fuel, or switch to electricity for silent operation.

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The bluegrass song gets a modern take meant to sell Souls. Oh, and hamsters.

The Kia Soul hamsters are back, they're plump, and they're turning an old Bluegrass tune into a party anthem.

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New ultra-luxury droptop would be based on Mulsanne sedan.

No surprise, but a new Bentley Azure would be wildly expensive, with prices expected to get well into the seven-figure range.

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Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft spawn new interest in back-seat safety.

Is the back seat the safest place for passengers? We may soon find out.

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The small crossover is likely to be based on the Toyota C-HR.

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Former CEO Harald Wester retains role as FCA's tech boss.

The high-level shakeup at FCA is likely meant to sort out the many issues facing both Alfa Romeo and Maserati.

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Mirra's brain's tau proteins were indistinguishable from confirmed CTE cases.

Extreme sports icon Dave Mirra had been exhibiting personality changes, a sign of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, ahead of his suicide earlier this year.

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Three questions we should be asking about the B-21 bomber.

The US Air Force needs a new flagship bomber, but how do we avoid another trillion-dollar mistake like the F-35 Lightning II?

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Fewer than 200 1964 Imperial Crowns exist today, and this one comes with provenance.

Don Draper's big, red convertible is the undisputed star of this particular show.

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Company considering "four strategic alternatives," but will only build one model at a time.

CEO Wolfgang Durheimer was cagey about a Chiron Roadster, but was more open about the possibilities for a long-awaited production version of the Galibier sedan.

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Things went very, very wrong at the Monaco Historic Grand Prix.

A car falls from the sky. A safety car flies through the pits. And two cars run into each other. This is the most chaotic three minutes of racing ever.

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Crew still needs certification ahead of October 15 commissioning.

The Navy officially took delivery of its very first Zumwalt-class destroyer, and is now ready to begin certifications for the ship's nearly 150 sailors.

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The GT's engine could be sold to boutique automakers one day, too.

Ford Performance boss Dave Pericak dropped some hints about future private sales of the company's 3.5-liter EcoBoost engines for both road and race cars.

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For now, the company taking a wider approach to electrification 'that will affect the whole portfolio.'

Mercedes will offer three pure electrics (in Europe) by year's end, will have 10 plug-in models and a new GLC-based fuel-cell vehicle by the end of 2017.

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Expect pricing to extend past $45,000 once all the desirable options are added.

Buick has released pricing information for its all-new 2017 LaCrosse sedan, slotting the big four-door near similarly priced fullsizers and below luxury rivals.

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Credits can be signed over to dealerships, so consumers can save $5,000 when buying instead of waiting for tax season.

Colorado has enacted the most lucrative state EV tax credits in the country, offering an assignable $5,000 credit that can be applied at vehicle purchase.

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The Danes want to replace the F-16, and it's looking increasingly like the F-35 will get the job.

Despite widely publicized problems here in the US, the F-35 Lightning II has gained a number of new fans in the Danish Ministry of Defense.

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Who needs a little blue pill when you have a Miata in Italian drag?

The new Fiat 124 Spider stands in for a certain little blue pill in a follow up to a popular advertisement for the company's 500X CUV.

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