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OMG, Power Up IRL!

Because saving money on gas just wasn't incentive enough.

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Putting the CEO in charge is a sign, don't you think?

Hmmmmm.

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GLM-G4 can go almost 250 miles on a full charge.

GLM was founded in 2010 and aspires to make two models, each with 0-60 mph times of less than four seconds.

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Toyota has a strong commitment to fuel cell technology despite doubts within the field.

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It's only for Japan, but the car and the tech has the potential to come to other markets.

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The Toyota FC Bus is coming soon.

It's the biggest Mirai around.

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New special edition isn't very special, though.

The WRX S4 tS gets some extra oomph from Subaru Tecnica International (STI).

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Kirobo Mini is as smart as a 5-year old and wants to chat.

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At least in Japan, but expect the powertrain to come to America

Don't expect the 1.2-turbo to appear in the US.

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The wait at the DMW will never be the same.

You can go on auto pilot in so many new ways.

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They come with V8s and rear drive, so obviously they were made for the track, right?

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Coffee company Komeda wants to incentivize Japanese drivers to put down the phone.

US insurance companies may want to adopt this idea.

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Seriously, this thing deserves a hug.

Can we take it home, pleeeeease?

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Take a good look at the pics, because you'll probably never see one in person.

The latest member of the Agera RS family, the Agera RSR, was specially designed for customers in Japan.

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Series hybrid Note could launch in November.

A gas engine will charge the Nissan Note's battery, which will in turn power the wheels.

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'Give us your docs.'

Will the Japanese Transport Ministry come to the same conclusions as Mitsubishi's internal investigation?

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Japan's Transport Ministry claims automaker overstated fuel economy for eight models.

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The LC lends itself well to Super GT racing.

Lexus' styling is polarizing, but when outfitted for high-level racing in its home country, the effect on a car like the LC500 is transformative.

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The reason? Tighter emissions laws.

Naturally, details are extremely limited here in 2016.

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More governments expected to follow suit for safer, more efficient, and better looking vehicles.

Replacing traditional mirrors with high-res video cameras offers a number of intriguing benefits.

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