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Move lets Ram target low-cost fleet users without sacrificing retail capacity.

So, you know, don't feel like you need to rush out and buy one.

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Factory union official hints at large loss for automaker in third quarter.

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Mustang factory will be shut down for one week.

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Every automaker wants in on the crossover segment.

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The Blue Oval is done making cars in the land Down Under.

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Raj Nair explains how Ford chose 500 lucky people.

Believe it or not, but Ford didn't ignore its fans.

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FCA is loading up on Rams as the Chrysler 200 exits the scene.

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British automaker opts for green rather than mean.

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Last DB9s are ready for final inspection.

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Both vehicles would use the Ram 1500’s platform.

The automaker sees an upside to competing in the large SUV and midsize pickup segments.

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Hopefully the mid-engine sports car will stick around.

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Andy Palmer will be working overtime for the next few months.

Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer will personally inspect the first 1,000 DB11s, which will also come with a bespoke inspection badge bearing his signature.

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Tesla solves some of Model X's issues as it boosts output.

Tesla Motors may be building 2,000 vehicles a week right now, beating its own forecast.

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Far and away the best-selling two-seat convertible in the industry, the Mazda has now built a million examples of the MX-5 Miata over the course of four generations and 27 years of production.

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Thunder stolen?

Chevy takes a bite of Tesla's sandwich, shows a pre-production version of the Bolt EV on the assembly line in Michigan.

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In publishing its sales figures for 2015, Lamborghini reports that it sold 3,245 supercars last year, representing a new record that it's bound to surpass once the Urus reaches the market.

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Tesla is finally ramping up production of the Model X, and the SUVs might be coming off the line at as many as 800 to 1,000 units each week.

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After four years of work and an 840-million-pound investment, the first production Bentley Bentayga leaves the production line in Crewe.

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At least something is going right in the world when there's growing demand for twin-turbo V12 engines producing 621 horsepower. So to keep up with demand, Mercedes-AMG is expanding production to a new workshop in Mannheim, Germany.

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The Acura NSX has been delayed yet again, with blame being placed on the move to a twin-turbocharged version of Honda's V6.

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The latest report indicates that Nismo will produce as many as 17 examples of the Nissan Juke-R 2.0 that was revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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