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Watch Out, Volkswagen XL1

Lower-priced electric vehicle may have a record-low drag coefficient among mass-produced vehicles.


Autocar reports that Mercedes-Benz is preparing a GLC F-Cell for 2018. The compact crossover will use a newly developed hydrogen fuel cell stack.


Fiat will reportedly enter the World Rally Championship with an Abarth-tuned 124 Spider in 2017. A special road model with over 200 hp is also rumored.


Bentley CEO Wolfgang Durheimer says that if the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept reaches production, it could come with an EV powertrain and up to 500 horsepower.


The Korea Herald backs up reports that Hyundai is planning a model with only green powertrains that will be called "AE."


Mini will allegedly offer the all-wheel-drive system from the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer on the Clubman as soon as next spring. The next-gen Countryman might also use the setup.


In which our friends at TechCrunch take a closer look at who's behind the secretive Faraday Future company that wants to challenge Tesla with new EVs.


Rumors swirl that Ford will bring back the Bronco to be built alongside the Ranger pickup truck in Michigan starting around 2020.


Is BMW prepping a hydrogen fuel-cell concept with a touch of 1990s flair? According to leaks from the Chinese patent office, it's coming to LA.


Ford will reportedly begin a huge sale on November 3 to offer significant incentives on many of its new models, including the F-150. The deals will run through early January.


BMW Blog reports that BMW might be working on a dual-clutch transmission for its front-wheel-drive offerings.


Jaguar will follow up on the F-Pace crossover with its first all-electric vehicle, expected to be called E-Pace and built by Magna Steyr.


The Ultimate Sleeper 911 For Sportscar Purists?

Porsche may resurrect the R badge for a limited-edition, manual-trans 911 with a manual gearbox, around 500 hp, and stealthy, unassuming styling.


Tesla Model 3-Based CUV May Have Falcon Wing Doors

Maybe he Tweeted too soon, but Tesla's Elon Musk let it be known on social media Friday that the future Model Y crossover may also come with "falcon wing" doors. The Tweet has since been deleted.


We've been hearing rumors of Ferrari's impending initial public offering for months. This time, it might finally happen, and soon.


BMW kills the rumor that it's working on a 750-hp, quad-turbo V8, carbon-fiber wondercar with McLaren.


Citroen may be making a return to the US, but it won't be a full-on French onslaught. Instead, it may just be the premium DS sub-brand crossing the pond.


A new variant of the venerable F-15 Eagle could be on the way, and it will allegedly carry 16 of the longest-range missiles in the US Air Force arsenal.


More People Plunked Down Money For An X Last Month Than Ever Before

Tesla Model X reservations take a jump in August as the first deliveries draws near. Total orders could now reach almost 27,000, according to data collected by fans of the marque.


Plus: Notes On Justin Wilson, The Army's New Tactical Vehicle, And Used Car Prices

We curate the week's events with a focus on the return of the Ford Ranger and other famous car names. Plus, other news and notes from around the industry.


Ford is keeping production of the 2017 GT very limited, and anyone interested in one must file an application with the Blue Oval first. The company is valuing brand loyalty, though.

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