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Ambassador suggest the two countries can and should work together on H2.

Norwegian ambassador Jan Grevstad says that his country and South Korea could complement each other when it comes to cleaning up transportation.

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428,000 Toyota Prius and Lexus CT200h models in US, no emissions recall stateside.

The Basics: Toyota America issued a recall for certain 2010 - 2012 Toyota Prius and Toyota Prius Plug-In models, plus 2011 and 2012 Lexus CT200h models because of a potential fault in the side curtain airbag. This recall affects 1.43 million cars globally. A second recall for the Prius, Auris, Lexus CT200h, Lexus HS250h, and various other models pertain to the emissions control system. Over time, the evaporative emissions system could develop cracks that could lead to fuel leaks when the gas ta

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Another custom Charger for Dom and some weirdness for the rest.

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If American TDI owners will get $7,000, then so should European ones.

An EU commissioner says that VW should treat each side of the Atlantic the same when it comes to diesel scandal customer payments.

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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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Legal action taking place in Norway and South Korea, to name just two places.

This just keeps getting bigger. A VW executive is arrested in South Korea over the diesel scandal, while Nissan sues Korea and Norway sues VW over diesels.

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The United Kingdom votes to leave the EU, and the fallout won't be limited to that country.

The UK has voted to leave the European Union, and it could lead to tariffs that hurt export of UK-built cars, and affect foreign automaker profits.

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European football fans have a largely well-deserved reputation for drunk and disorderly conduct.

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Sweden wants to have a fossil-fuel-free truck fleet by 2030.

Sweden has started two electric road tests for heavy-duty trucks. They're like trains, but not.

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Based on Toyota's statement, anyone building cars in the UK has reason to worry.

If Britons vote for a Brexit this week, then cars made in the UK could be hit by a 10 percent levy when they are exported to the rest of Europe.

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540 horsepower sounds good to us.

At the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans, the first hydrogen-powered laps ever were completed by a racing car. It was just for show, but it's the way for the future.

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If you have a collector car sticker, you're good to go.

Hobbyist cars bearing a special sticker will be exempt from the Paris old car ban.

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Autoblog recaps the 2016 European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg won, ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Force India's Sergio Perez.

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The 99% Invisible podcast has a fascinating story on a country switching from right-hand drive to left-hand drive. Go listen.

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At least not yet.

The option will miss the US-market Prius Prime because it won't meet safety regulations.

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650 workers put the track together in just three hours.

Putting together an 8.5-mile track takes a lot of teamwork, whether it be adding 4,900 feet of safety railing or installing a two-kilometer section of fencing.

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Citroen has donated six E-Meharis to help the island achieve its green goals.

As the Spanish island of Formentera considers banning internal combustion vehicles, Citroën has donated six E-Mehari EVs to start them on their way.

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Hyundai to Europe: Hold your Equuses.

Genesis will be in North America, China, South Korea, and the Middle East, but a lack of powertrains will hold up the European launch.

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Two Uber execs will also be fined.

Uber will have to pay around $900,000 in France for its UberPOP service.

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Getting stuck in regular, workaday rush hour traffic is tedious and frustrating.

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Le Mans finally catches up to NASCAR.

The SAFER Barrier – widely used in American oval racing – makes its European debut at the Le Mans 24 Hours Test Day this Sunday.

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