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Jeep’s boss thinks it’s a great idea, also talks Grand Wagoneer, pickups.

Hybrid tech can help off-roaders.

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Size matters and Mercedes thinks its truck isn't big enough.

Daimler's CEO explains why.

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Nikola CEO: 'This truck will come to market, I promise you that.'

The real test will come down the road.

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Remember that R8 ad from the Emmys? We lived it.

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"We genuinely have the best jobs in the world. We really, really do."

This wide-ranging chat includes what cars are in their garages, and why dehydration meant Hammond couldn't join.

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Tesla has paid out 159 bounties, but we don't know how much money.

Everyone's being mysterious.

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28 companies warned the DOJ last month that the money could upset the apple cart.

Here comes the cash.

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Four engine choices will power up the new SUV.

Toyota says it expect 85 percent of all new Highlander buyers will get the fuel-saving tech.

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Or buses, or cargo trucks, or vans.

Zero emissions could meet large vehicles with Toyota tech, some day.

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Instead of simply improving gas-electric tech, the answer may lie in plugs.

If you think the Prime is a big advancement for Toyota, you're not alone.

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Germans dump their giant-killing 2.0-liter concept motor

Think of what it could have done in a smaller Audi R8 off-shoot.

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Trucks, SUVs and other off-roaders lead this week's Forza Horizon 3 car list installment

Cars are great, but to navigate Australia, you'll need some more dirt-oriented vehicles, too.

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In some states, you'll need a helmet, too.

We expect Elio sales to be pretty low in West Virginia.

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We sit down for a talk with Dr. Joan Ogden after a ten-year gap.

In which wetake a long look at the development of hydrogen vehicles with someone who's been studying the field for three decades. You're bound to learn something.

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No timeline, but a target has been set.

The chief engineer of the Toyota Prius tells us that a five-seat version of the Prime PHEV is something he's working on. But he won't say when it might arrive.

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We've gone through every state DMV website to find you a way to show your green site.

We've collected the environmental and conservation license plates from all across the US. Turns out, not every state offers plates like these.

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Hyundai is making California's ZEV credit rules work, or is it the other way around?

Hyundai's Mike O'Brien tells us how California's Zero Emission Vehicle credits are impacting the company's green car plans.

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This is way beyond the 110-mile Ioniq EV coming later this year

Until plug-in vehicle buyers stop caring about all-electric range - and who knows when that might happen - the distance an EV can travel on a full charge will remain an important selling point. Most US drivers go less than 40 miles a day, but that's not stopping at least two high-profile automakers from building a 200-mile EV. Both the Chevy Bolt EV and the Tesla Model 3 are shooting for this target.

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Small improvements and years of expertise add up.

Chevy's engineers made the new Volt more efficient and more powerful. Here's what they did to pull it off.

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The Voltec drive units are awfully similar, but the batteries are different.

Under the hood, the Chevy Volt and the new Malibu Hybrid are remarkably similar. And the Malibu's emphasis on electric drive comes from the Volt, too.

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