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Amazing Or Not, You Can Bet Elon Musk Regrets It

Tesla's Model X is a technological marvel that Elon Musk should be proud of, but it contradicts his core business strategy and hurts the Model 3.

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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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As new technology rapidly proliferates the market, you won't want to be stuck with yesterday's wheels.

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Silicon Valley Comes To The Rescue

A new app called WeFuel will, in a limited area of the Bay Area, deliver gasoline to your parked car. We disagree that this is a good thing.

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Autoline on Autoblog With John McElroy

No Germany, this is not economic warfare. Why Volkswagen's leader are doing a poor job of fixing the diesel scandal.

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In Which Our Editors Debate Lincoln's Most Important Model In Years

Over email, our editors discuss the hugely important 2017 Lincoln Continental. Read our whole debate, here.

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When I hopped into the taxi line in Vegas, I didn't think about being a woman alone at night in a car with a strange, untraceable cab driver. That was a mistake.

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Future Cars Will Transcend The Device On Your Wrist

Right now, automakers are just beginning to grasp the potential of wearables to facilitate driver-vehicle interaction. The next step? Evolve beyond the wearable entirely.

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Autoline On Autoblog With John McElroy

Industry expert John McElroy suggests that Ford, GM, and Fiat-Chrysler should merge their powertrain operations. Heresy? Maybe. But hear him out.

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Nissan Leaf Dealer Decides The Time For Change Has Come

Plug In America co-founder Paul Scott loves electric cars, but he loves the idea of not owning a car even more.

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Most new minivans remain a cheapskate's paradise. But are there better options?

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20 identical driverless robot cars will compete as a prelude to Formula E races next year, likely beginning in October in Beijing.

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Autoline On Autoblog With John McElroy

Auto industry expert John McElroy looks at the growing trend of car- and ridesharing. For some people, their current cars are the last ones they'll ever buy.

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The recent Koeru concept foreshadows a niche-splitting crossover from Mazda that is said to have the venerable, rough-and-ready Outback in its sights.

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As great as modern vehicles are, there are some side effects of technological advancement that cause "they don't make 'em like they used to" moments.

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Driving while one's attention is drawn elsewhere isn't a dilemma exclusive to modern motoring, but the issue is undoubtedly more problematic than ever before. If legislators, car companies, and smartphone designers can't come up with a viable solution, what's the real fix?

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The converts brought in under the clean diesel notion may be lost on VW for a while, but the company still has loyalists committed to its other products.

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There have been a slew of awful cars from Y2K to the present day. We offer three examples. Which ones would you pick?

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Some think a publicly traded Ferrari signals the beginning of the end for the Italian automaker. But there's plenty of evidence to suggest that the company's recent IPO might lead to some of its best years yet.

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The introduction of the new Mini Clubman has cemented the brand as another premium proposition, rather than the quirky outpost of BMW's small cars.

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Manual transmissions are becoming scarcer by the day, making rev matching a rare talent. But with manufacturers beginning to automate the process, will the practice be lost forever?

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