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We're going with a strong yes.

Increasing fines, ticket cameras, and the deck stacked against drivers to fight tickets.

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We've given up on driving.

Our fate is all but sealed. Perhaps the robots deserve to win.

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Oil burners I've loved and lost – and the turbocharged future without diesel.

The Volkswagen TDI cheat saddled owners with something they didn't bargain for. It also saddled diesel admirers with the consequences of their enthusiasm.

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I could be on to something.

While we're all just making random speculation on the next Corvette, here's a new theory. Zero proof, but lots of logic.

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The industry-wide standard is seriously flawed.

J2807 made it possible to compare various manufacturers's tow ratings on an apples-to-apples basis. But some assumptions don't reflect typical use.

Because not all vehicle faults should be measured equally.

J.D. Power had rereleased the results of its 2016 Vehicle Dependability Study, complete with a fancy infographic. Sadly, the study is still misleading.

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And a bunch of Tweets mean a bunch more questions.

Tesla's response to an article by Ed Niedermeyer is to call into question his motives.

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Autoline on Autoblog with John McElroy

John McElroy discusses how Chinese automotive design is coming into its own.

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The rotary sportscar you want probably isn't coming any time soon, but it's in Mazda's interest to lead you on.

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Plus: News and analysis on Ferrari’s CEO shuffle and Mercedes’ mysterious pickup truck.

We analyze the week's events with a focus on the Google-FCA autonomous car deal.

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Elon Musk isn’t competing with other EV makers.

Conventional wisdom suggests that Tesla just gambled everything on a car that won't hit the streets for almost two years. But you'd be crazy to bet against them now.

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A claimed 180,000 pre-orders in 24 hours mean Tesla has to get working to fill Model 3 orders, and fast.

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The latest Mustang may be a technological wonder of a sports car but it has sacrificed some cherished nostalgia for progress.

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As much as we love convertible sportscars, Lotus needs another model.

Lotus plans an Evora 400 Roadster for the United States, which it expects will make up more than half of its sales. That's great, but it won't be enough.

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The maker of some of history's great engines glosses over what will power its cars in the next 100 years.

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A poor Bluetooth pairing procedure is not the same as a blown engine.

J.D. Power's 2016 Vehicle Dependability Study suggests that cars are getting less reliable. Here's the problem: That's not true.

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It's time for the tech world to acknowledge that building cars is not easy.

Cars are vastly more complicated than, and just as difficult to develop as, smartphones. How does Silicon Valley not realize this?

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Why the company making your car in 2030 doesn't exist yet.

Gas prices may be down, but companies that aren't already investing in battery technology and EV infrastructure could be left behind in a matter of years.

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Three reasons why another set of red icons should be on the grid.

Alfa Romeo is one of F1's icons. Its return would benefit everyone concerned.

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Autoline on Autoblog with John McElroy

Autoline's John McElroy suggests how to fix fuel-economy and emissions issues in the United States.

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Call it over-active cruise control.

Why a camera feeding information to the adaptive cruise control system might make you less safe, not more.

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