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Another day, another automaker under scrutiny for emissions violations.

Certain vehicles put out up to 10 times the legal limit of NOx.

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Paramedics were treating a patient in the back.

Police are still looking for the suspect.

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It's like a Bond car for Americans.

How to drive like Xander Cage for a day.

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There is fun to be had even at reasonable speeds.

An early morning drive shines a whole new light on a city.

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Motor City, Motown, and then, Carjack City.

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Your next EV won't need a clutch

The future of the stick shift is already written.

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It's at an airbase that also houses 250,000 objects owned by the Science Museum of London.

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Exxon first retrofitted a Chrysler Cordova, then a Toyota Cressida, for early hybrid mules.

Oil giant, fearing a potential petroleum shortage, pursued advanced-powertrain technologies in the 1970s and early '80s.

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And it has nothing to do with locating lost vehicles, dude.

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There's more to the Subaru-driving lesbian stereotype than you thought.

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Does this example prove that Autopilot saves lives?

Tesla says Autopilot saves lives. Does Joshua Neally's experience prove it?

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Don't worry, the brakes only failed at 100 mph.

Catastrophic engine failure caused this GT350 to turn into a track-day fireball.

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Who'd win in a fight? The US Navy's cutting-edge Zumwalt or Russia's heavily armed Kirov-class?

Supreme stealth at the expense of firepower versus extremely powerful, but antiquated, weaponry. Place your bets.

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But what if no-one listens?

Only to be dismissed by CEO Elon Musk.

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Nigeria repurposed the Franco-German Alpha Jets into ultra-affordable attack fighters.

Nigeria's Alpha Jet might be cheap, easy to fly, and small, but it's also been a highly effective foil to the Islamic extremists in Boko Haram.

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Things haven't changed much for the academics researching vehicle emissions.

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It went viral by accident, if you believe the guy behind the camera.

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Biologist William Laurance explains why road expansion is bad for wildlife.

In the US alone, a million vertibrates become roadkill every day. And that's just one unintended consequence.

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Think tank argues the T-38 is a danger to pilot training to fly the F-35, F-22.

US Air Force pilots are training on a jet that entered service in the 1960s, and that's a detriment to their abilities in 21st century fighters.

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Evans calls his time on the show "a complete honor, privilege, and a pleasure."

He has broken his self-imposed silence since announcing his departure from Top Gear, penning a kind-hearted column in The Daily Mail.

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