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    Spy Shots: BMW 1-Series Convertible

    BMW fans in the United States have long been clamoring for an opportunity to buy the 1-series, which until recently was thought to be a Europe-only car. Now that we know that a few two-door versions will be available in the U.S. in 2008, we're thrilled to see a convertible undergoing testing.

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    Italy gives Lamborghini stamp of approval

    The Italian Post Office is honoring one of the country's most well-known brands, Lamborghini, by offering a commemorative stamp in its honor.

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    Motor Trend crowns world's best-handling car with most confusing graph

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    Enter the rumormill: Ford Fusion hybrid coming to LA?

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    Lotus designs personal commuter for Chinese urban dwellers

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    Riding out the storm: 2007 going to be a bad year for sales

    The automotive industry isn't back on the upswing yet. 2007 may prove to be a nine-year low for sales at 16.2 million units, with Detroit automakers taking the biggest hit. CSM Worldwide, leading auto industry analysts, released a report recently indicating that U.S. light-vehicle sales would drop ...

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    Another parking nanny, this one by Bosch

    As a woman, I find the various gadgets making it easier to operate your everyday automobile fascinating. A sensor to check your blind spot for you? Brilliant. Adaptive suspension? Perfect for more sophisticated drivers. But even more fascinating, however, is the subsequent impact upon the "guy ...

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    It's not a new topic in the automotive industry -- women influence and even directly account for around 80 percent of automotive buying decisions, yet dealers still reportedly look over the woman's shoulders for a husband or father. Despite the industry's best efforts to recruit women salespeople ...

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    Jeep Patriot pricing announced

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    South African website names "gayest, straightest, and sexiest" cars

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    Hyundai Santa Fe CRDi goes 1,100 miles on one tank of diesel

    Some guys get off on rock climbing. Others sky dive, bungee jump, spend exorbitant amounts of money in the stock market and more, just to experience a thrill or two. Danish-born eco adventurer Hans Tholstrup gets his kicks from going green in ways no one has gone green before. Fans of the World ...

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    2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT in the Autoblog Garage

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    OPEC keeping cost of gas low to discourage alternatives like E85

    OPEC wants gas prices at the sweet spot which looks a little like this: "high enough to justify its investment in future production capacity but low enough to allow economic growth and deter a flood of alternative fuels," or roughly $2.25 a gallon, according to Fox News. Good business sense or a ...

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    It's all fun and games until someone loses an engineer

    Did you hear the one about the train trips GM VP Larry Burns took with chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner? Here's how it went:

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    Antics abound at the SAE Greenbrier retreat

    The Greenbrier retreat hosted by the Society of Automotive Engineers is known as something of a boondoggle in the industry, but with all the doom and gloom, we're hard-pressed to deny the automotive bigwigs a little fun. The tone of the confrence is light, with industry execs spending more time ...

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    Lotus Elise, Exige prices all jacked up

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    Chicagoans launch a pair of Oldsmobiles from 18 stories into river

    Those crazy folks in the Windy City... they shot not one Oldsmobile Cutlass off the top floor of the Marina Towers' parking deck into the Chicago River, but two. The staged accident was really part of a recreation of the famous scene from Steve McQueen's "The Hunter," remade by marketing agency Leo ...

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    DCX gets behind baseball with Tigers Cruiser

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    Audi officially unveils the TT Roadster

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    Hybrid diesel trucks with no transmissions in our future?

    More powerful than a locomotive? That's what the folks over at Diesel Power are predicting for the future of trucks. Cars and trucks have become more powerful over the years, with today's torque figures dwarfing the 420 ft.-lbs. of torque figures commonly seen in trucks in the mid-1990s. While many ...

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