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Tesla thinks that automakers should have no problem meeting the EPA's 54.5-mile-per-gallon CAFE standard for 2025. In fact the EV company, wants the regulation to be even tougher, if possible.

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Toyota's newly released quarterly financial numbers show a company in a strong position. Net income hit a new record of $5.34 billion, up 10 percent. However, sales dipped slightly globally.

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Declining Production Numbers Hint Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Might Be Here Soon

Leaf production numbers have declined this summer even more steeply than its sales numbers. It's thought that Nissan is getting ready to roll out the 2016 model.

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Suzuki and Volkswagen look to finally free themselves from their troubled partnership. At the same time, a hedge fund is buying up a portion of the Japanese automaker due to the company's strength in India.

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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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Buick is dramatically cutting prices for much of the 2016 Regal lineup to better compete in the segment. Buyers of this year's Regal GS will find the sticker over $3,000 less expensive than it was on 2015 models.

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Lotus intends to bring the Elise back to America, but only once the next-generation version is ready in 2020. The prospect of modifying the current model for sale again in the US is off the table.

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Alfa Romeo's crossover is on track for its 2016 debut, with sales starting late that year in the US. The CUV reportedly shares its platform with the Giulia sedan.

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McLaren is preparing to replace the 650S with an all-new model geared to take on the likes of the Ferrari 488 GTB and Lamborghini Huracán.

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A jet aircraft carrying members of the Bin Laden family crashed on Friday into a car auction site at the end of the runway at Blackbushe airport in the UK.

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Apple and BMW may eventually have more in common than just some features in your car's infotainment system. Sources for both Reuters and Manager Magazin understand that the two companies have had "exploratory talks."

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A hundred BMW i3 owners in California are receiving $1,000 to take part in a pilot program to delay charging their EVs during peak hours. At the end of the 18-month test, even more money could be on the way to them.

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Nissan EVP Trevor Mann says that the company hasn't ruled out more body styles for the Nissan Leaf, but the decision doesn't look like it will come soon.

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Maserati believes that the success of the Levante crossover could turn around the company's sagging performance. The CUV goes on sale in early 2016.

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Audi's engine development boss says a turbocharged version of the R8 isn't happening, although the company's execs seriously discussed the possibility.

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Former Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo doesn't seem sure that an IPO is the right step for a sports-car brand that thrives on exclusivity.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles makes big gains on the bottom line in Q2, improving net profit by 69 percent to 333 million euros. NAFTA numbers more than doubled.

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In a move to maker pedestrians safer, NHTSA finally intends to release its rules governing the sound from EVs and hybrids in November. They don't go into effect until 2018, though.

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A "white-hat" hacker has demonstrated a way of taking control of GM vehicles compatible with OnStar's RemoteLink app.

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Mercedes R&D Boss Thomas Weber tells Autocar that AMG might need to have a hybrid offering on the market by 2020 due to EU CO2 emissions regulations.

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Over the past week, NATO aircraft have intercepted a total of 22 Russian aircraft in the Baltic Sea alone. A record 250 intercepts have occurred this year.

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