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Toyota pays tribute to Jeremy Clarkson, who finally broke his silence, asking fans and media not to bother the producer involved in the incident that led to his firing from Top Gear.

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'It Is The Dealership's Position That We Would Like Some Of The Money'

Looking for a more satirical take on the battle between direct sales and dealerships? This "letter" to Tesla from Car and Driver should make you happy then.

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The Broken Lizard team is crowdfunding a sequel to Super Troopers 2, and to get your help, it's giving away one of the patrol cars used for the film.

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Volkswagen enlists the Three Golden Sisters - a trio of New York grandmothers - to help dispel erroneous ideas about diesel engine in four new 30-second commercials, with help from Tanner Foust and Tuna the Dastardly Dog.

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In the upcoming film Pixels, classic arcade games come to life in an attempt to destroy the Earth. It's up to Adam Sandler, Kevin James and others to defeat them, including in real-life Pac-Man with Mini Coopers as the ghosts.

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Williams Martini F1 celebrated its new partnership with London clothier Hackett by outfitting its pit crew with a set of the company's handsome suits.

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Toyota is marketing the Aygo X-Wave in Europe with a humorous ad that forces TV meteorologists to have a lot of trust in the accuracy of their weather forecasts. If they're wrong, then it's a rainy time behind the wheel.

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A short on Funny or Die clip has Uber apologizing for its bad press in 2014. For 2015, the company plans to fix things by making itself even worse in this potentially not-safe-for-work video.

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A couple touring Yellowstone National Park got a bit closer to the park's wildlife than they'd originally planned, when a bison rammed their SUV.

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A museum in Illinois is giving away a DeLorean, but only if the Chicago Cubs win the 2015 World Series as predicted in the science fiction film Back to the Future II.

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Five years out from the reported date for the electric Apple Car to hit the streets, the parodies have begun.

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A British company is producing full-scale plastic motorcycle kits that look pretty realistic. That can lead to some fun pranks, as you'll see in this video.

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Ford adds another definition to the phrase "speed dating" when it uses a professional stunt driver to take a few unsuspecting first dates on a smoky-tire ride in the 2015 Mustang.

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Greg has chosen a Fiero. I've countered with a Crossfire SRT6. We may both be losers, but only one of us can win. You be the judge.

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Denmark's Midttrafik public bus system has come out with a sequel to its epically cool bus commercial from 2012. This one is even longer, and follows the public transport's version of Cool Hand Luke simply called, "The Passenger."

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Audi of America gets help from Saturday Night Live player Vanessa Bayer to spoof the elevator scene from Fifty Shades of Grey. If you haven't got your daily dose of innuendo yet, this video has it all.

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How do you cope with bad drivers? Well, The Onion asks, why give in to road rage, when you can have road revenge?

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Russian automotive vigilantes have taken to the country's sidewalks to address the epidemic problem that has driver's eschewing roads for pedestrian paths.

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Not only is this a realistic small-scale Batmobile replica, complete with working lights, an opening canopy and a little Bat Signal emitted from the rear jet turbine, it also appears to provide at least a modicum of protection to your brand-new iPhone 6.

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A prankster gained access to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and made sure to have some fun at the expense of the product specialists. And yes, there's a video.

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Rugged comedian Nick Offerman has a new ad for NASCAR races airing on NBC featuring a hilarious tune about how the sport keeps Americans from getting too soft. Plus, those who watch races from the track have plenty of grilled meat and beer to enjoy.

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