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Following the diesel emissions scandal and his resignation as chairman of the management board at Volkswagen, Martin Winterkorn has now left the boards of Porsche SE, Audi, and Truck & Bus GmbH as well.


A tweet by Jeremy Clarkson shows the former Top Gear crew filming again for its new Amazon show. No expense is being spared with the Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 heading onto the track with a big crew for support.


The rapidly growing Mercedes crossover range is set to get a hot new addition next year.


Cadillac confirmed the 2017 XT5, the replacement for the SRX, will debut in November at the Dubai Motor Show. The XT5 will then make its first North American appearance at the LA Auto Show.


Nationwide Availability Will Only Come With 2017 Model Year

GM confirms that the second-gen Chevy Volt is being delayed for most US states. Only California and the other CARB states will get the 2016 MY car.


Brabus And Electric Drive Will Debut Next Year

Smart USA officials confirmed that the new Fortwo Cabriolet will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month. We'll see the Brabus and Electric Drive models next year.


Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirmed the Italian automaker will debut a one-off supercar at the Geneva Motor Show next year. It's being shown to potential buyers in Monterey this weekend.


Diesel enthusiasts waiting on the new Skyactiv-D-powered Mazda6 will have to wait a bit longer. The shapely fuel-efficient four-door has just had its North American launch pushed back to April, due to delays in emissions testing. Mazda had originally planned to launch the Mazda6 diesel before the end of this year, making the four- to five-month delay a rather serious one.


Our mates across the pond at PistonHeads say they've got it on good authority that Lamborghini is indeed producing a Superleggera version of the too-hot-to-handle Murcielago.

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