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It would make the 2020 Olympics look extra shiny and clean.

Toyota will reportedly broaden the Mirai lineup with a smaller, cheaper model for Japan, and it will launch in 2019 just before the Tokyo Olympics. The launch would be the perfect time to take advantage of the country's hydrogen push.


Insert Cimarron joke here.

A front-drive sedan might do okay, but Cadillac really needs more crossovers.


Model S battery may already cost less than $190 per kWh.

A UBS analyst's bearish call with an EV consultant provokes Tesla to dial in with some surprising figures.


Future Mobility poaches executives from BMW i.

Watch robots build the Tesla Model X. A Chinese EV firm poaches BMW i executives. Blogger spots possible autonomous Apple test vehicle.


'Not exactly a bus,' says Musk. But he wants to get you home.

Tesla's Elon Musk is planning a secret solution to our urban traffic problems.


Jaguar Land Rover might add two cylinders to the Ingenium modular engine family.


Latest rumor brings Berlin into the mix as well.

An anonymous report in the FAZ says that Apple is working on the Project Titan EV in Berlin and that Magna might be the contract bulider.


Boy Genius Report puts together the pieces that hint the Tesla Model 3 might have a cutting-edge head-up display in place of traditional instruments.


Say it ain't so, VeeDub.

Volkswagen reportedly intends to axe the Beetle in 2018 to make more room for crossovers, but the move seems premature. The vehicle remains an icon, albeit a slow selling one.


The four-door could use the old Riley brand name.

A Mini with a trunk is not completely unprecedented, but it would break with recent tradition.


Marchionne would be chairman and CEO.

Insiders suggest Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa could retire this week at the company's investors meeting.


New high-performance compact sedan allegedly outguns, outruns CLA45 and M2.

Audi could finally be bringing a nearly 400-horsepower RS3 Sedan to the US market some time in 2017, according to a new report.


Rumors say these updates will come with a price hike.

We hear that the Tesla Model S will soon get a tweaked front fascia, new seats, and new LED headlights. Maybe even by next week.


A new modular platform could open up possibilities.

Nissan hasn't abandoned the idea of a sporty electric vehicle, and there's room to grow the range beyond the pioneering Leaf EV. Something fun could come within the next five years.


This could be an early peek at the Skyactiv-R engine.

Mazda's filing shows a new layout to the exhaust and intake ports of a turbocharged rotary. Maybe the RX-7 is really coming back.


A report states that after the success of the Vantage GT12, Aston Martin will build a new race-inspired version of the coupe called the GT8.


The car previously known as Fisker will get an updated dash display, though.

Karma Automotive won't mess too much with extended-range plug-in's design or performance.


Fresh from a supposed insider, the EV will have a 0-60 time of under 4 seconds.

Tesla isn't saying much about the Model 3 EV before the big reveal event tomorrow, so of course the Internet is coming up with its own supposed statistics.


MV Agusta's debt restructuring in Italy might open the company to a larger takeover by Mercedes-Benz, which already holds 25 percent of the bike maker.


Could this mean new features for the flagship?

Tesla Motors Club members report mentions of a Model S price increase by Tesla representatives.


3D printed Tesla Supercharger; emissions decouple from economy.

Carbon Engineering captures CO2 to make fuel. Uber wants driverless cars. 3D print your own Tesla Supercharger. Emissions remain flat as economy grows.

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