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Here's what to look for in the Windy City this week.

The 2016 Chicago Auto Show takes place later this week. Here's everything we know about what's debuting at this year's show.

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We mean a genuinely small pickup, not the behemoths sold here today.

There was once a time when Americans had their pick of small-but-useful pickups. Would we tolerate them today?

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A new proposal by the EPA aims to prohibit the modification of roadgoing cars for use in racing, and could even ban the sale of associated aftermarket parts.

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A Bullet Train-Style Grand Tourer Gets Better

Turbochargers are approaching ubiquity. How does the original turbo Porsche stand out? With Lunatic performance backed up by remarkable refinement.

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We brought you all the action from the Super Bowl commercials as they happened.

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Plus: Sergio Says No To Ferrari SUV, And Joey Tribbiani Is On Top Gear

We analyze the week's events with a focus on the closing of Scion.

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Eighth-Generation Hatch Will Get New Engines, Better Connectivity, And Improved EV Range

We detail what's in store for the eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf, which will debut sometime in late 2018.

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The Acme Of Possibility In A Small Hatchback

We've been on the edge of our seats for the 347-hp, turbo, all-wheel-drive Ford Focus RS. Does it live up to our expectations?

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More Grace, Enough Space, And Plenty Of Pace

A very British sort of sport-luxury sedan, which packs an athletic blown V6 in a crisply tailored package. Can it take on the Germans?

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How To Strangle A Brand To Death In 13 Long, Painful Years

Scion will die an ignoble death absorbed back into the massive, generic brand it lamely tried to make cool. It didn't have to go down like this.

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Good News! The Dacia Sandero Gets An Entire Chapter

Richard Porter was Top Gear's script editor for 13 years, and it took him that long to realize he could cash in and write a book about it.

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Some Good Cars Just Never Sold Well. What's Your Favorite?

What are the great vehicles that nobody remembers now?

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Nine Things The Euro-Spec Model Taught Us About America's Next Tiguan

We spend some time with a Euro-spec Volkswagen Tiguan in northern Sweden and get a taste of what's in store for the US-spec car that launches next year.

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Michigan Officials Envision 335-Acre Autonomous And Connected Car Testing Facility On Former GM Site

A national connected and autonomous vehicle testing facility is planned at the abandoned Willow Run powertrain factory. An independent trust has been tasked with cleaning the polluted old GM grounds. The 335-acre facility would be the largest of its kind.

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Improvements All Around, But Don't Get Too Excited

Hyundai has put effort in the right places in improving its volume sedan model. We take the fanciest one for a drive to see what's new.

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Prepare To Not Be Blown Away

Like most new cars, the 2017 Elantra is a little better than the model it replaces in many ways. We found out just how much in our first encounter with the new compact sedan.

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Why Have A Boring Plug-In Hybrid When You Could Have A 330e?

BMW has delivered a midsize four-door sedan that goes like a 340i but uses a third of the fuel, or none at all in its electric mode.

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Securing commercial air time during the Big Game isn't exactly cheap, so advertisers typically try to make the most of it by creating some truly remarkable spots. Here's a selection of automotive Super Bowl ads that have stood the test of time.

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When You Send a Car To The Crusher, Should You Feel Guilty?

Sometimes you just can't get rid of an unwanted car any other way.

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Struggling to meet demand for its utilities, Hyundai has plans to turn down sedan production and boost crossover output. New crossovers will be added and at least one four-door nameplate will go away.

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Is It Worth Bringing Home From Vacation?

Despite some minor flaws, the Buick Cascada manages to provide open-top fun without the compromises you might expect.

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