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    Toyota Tundra production begins

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    GM Makes Fresh 2007 Astra

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    Low-cost dual-clutch tranny, on the way

    Dual-clutch transmissions are viewed as an improvement over current automatic and auto-manual transmission technologies. Here in the US, we tend to look at the use of the technology by VW as a performance enhancement, primarily. It is a marriage of the directness of a manual transmission with the ...

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    Heico hops up the new 2007 Volvo XC90

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    Nissan vows not to make its own Kei cars

    We can hear Carlos now, "We don't need no stinking kei cars!" According to Japan Today, Ghosn et all don't see a need to build or design their own kei cars. Instead of going through the hassle of building their own tiny car for the markets that consume them, Nissan will still prefer to sell another ...

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    More Porsche Panamera Spy Shots

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    Watch the Caterham CSR260 take the top spot on Stig's track

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    Toyota Tundra named Most Significant Vehicle of 2007 by Edmunds

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    Caterham Seven receives Ford power on 50th birthday

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    DCX showing 4.2-liter Cummins diesel in concept Jeep at SEMA

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    Spy Shots: VW Passat R36

    When VW teamed up the HPA Motorsports last year to create the Passat R GT concept, the automaker from Wolfsburg caused us to stand up and pay attention. What is this, a Passat from VW with street cred? No way! Now we see VW testing this Passat R36 variant at the Nürburgring, and it's hard not ...

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    L.A. Auto Show Design Challenge entrants

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    Cramped quarters at Toyota dealerships for Scion

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    Airbags and ABS under fire

    A study by Purdue University states that safety systems like ABS and airbags make drivers less vigilant. Fred Mannering, the professor of civil engineering at the university who led the study, brought his team to the water of five years of motor vehicle crashes in Washington State. The students ...

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    eBay Find of the Day: The Bat Car

    What happens when you take a perfectly good first-generation Miata and start grafting other car parts as disparate as the headlights from a Toyota Celica and a the rear clip of a1959 Cadillac? Well, you get this, the appropriately dubbed Bat Car. This one-of-a-kind includes fins from a 1959 ...

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    Last chance to see Audi R8 in U.S. for a while

    Earlier this month, the R8 made its debut on U.S. soil and was put on display at the new Audi Forum on Park Avenue in Manhattan. This Monday, Audi will be removing the R8 from display, and we may not get another chance to see the R8 in the real until the car's Los Angeles Auto Show debut. Do not ...

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    Spy Shots: Dodge Sprinter
    1159996740 has posted some great spy shots of the revised Dodge Sprinter. The Mercedes-built van has been a quiet success for DaimlerChrysler in the U.S., and DCX may be looking to expand its place in the market. The passenger version shown in these photos may indicate a new focus for the Sprinter ...

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    New details on the Audi A5

    Popular Mechanics acquired an inside perspective on the upcoming Audi A5 coupe and convertible that we've heard talk of for some time. At an informal dinner in the heart of French-Canada, or more exactly Montreal, Popular Mechanics operatives questioned Audi of America's Executive Vice President, ...

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    Spy Shots: HUMMER H3 SUT

    You can always count on Bob Lutz to provide a wealth of future product tidbits at his press conferences. Spy shots posted on LLN confirm Bob's comments about new Hummer models. This H3 captured is both longer than a standard H3 and is camouflaged in the rear. A close inspection reveals the tent ...

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    A closer look at the Ford F-450 bed extender

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