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When 350 horsepower just won't do.

As you might have guessed, the HPE400 will make 400 horsepower from Ford's 2.3-liter EcoBoost.

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If you like it, vote for it. It's that simple.

It sure would look great next to the Lego VW Beetle and Mini Cooper.

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Kia sketches a handsome hatch set to bow in Paris.

Rio, Rio, Rio. No, not the one with Michael Phelps.

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Ford doesn't want you and your Focus RS to be a YouTube laughingstock.

Buy a Ford Focus RS and take advantage of a (mostly) free class on how to get the most out of its 2.3-liter EcoBoost and Drift Mode.

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Can Nissan make the Leaf sportier with a new mode, like Tesla? Or should the company be taking a more comprehensive approach to building an electric NISMO?

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Meanwhile, Volkswagen and CARB continue testing in the US.

Three-cylinder TDI engines were never sold in the United States.

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The next Ford Focus RS500 could have nearly 400 horsepower. But that's only if Ford bothers to build it.

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Oh, and it looks pretty good, too.

The Sport and Sport Touring models get a center exhaust good for six more horsepower. Woo!

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And yes, the new five-door Civic is already in the US.

We knew the hatchback would bring more utility to the Civic line, but we weren't sure it'd be the best-looking version. This leaked image proves us wrong.

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The European-designed i30 will also show the future of Hyundai design.

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Some subtle tweaks, but positive ones.

G-Vectoring up, torque down while you Mazda fans corner to this.

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Sedan will retain its fastback design.

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It's confirmed for the UK, and will evenutally come to the US.

Add power to your Focus RS in the comfort of your local Mountune-approved Ford dealer.

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The North American market is still on pace for a late autumn debut.

Toyota is reducing initial production of the Japanese market Prius PHV – North America's Prius Prime – and delaying its introduction from fall to winter.

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Unsurprisingly, it's cheaper than its German cousin.

Pricing for the QX30 will start at $30,945 and rise from there. See the complete breakdown inside.

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Will Nissan or Tesla be next?

Apparently selling lots of Volts saves a lot of fuel as well.

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It's amazing to think that one of the Focus RS's biggest selling points may never have happened.

Run, don't walk, if you want to buy one of these cars used.

We talk a lot about new cars, but people often go the used route. And the used car market hides some fascinating data that we sometimes overlook.

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German engineers and Japan's brashest stylists concoct a tall hatchback.

Outside, this sharply-creased Infiniti hatchback claims to be a CUV. Underneath, the new QX30 is mostly Mercedes-Benz.

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Anti-hooning safety advocates want to outlaw feature.

They want the Focus RS recalled and the Drift Mode feature disabled.

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The compact car benefits from G-Vectoring Control.

Mazda updated the Mazda3 with the automaker's G-Vectoring Control, which will go on sale today in Japan and make its way to the US later this year.

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