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The Lamborghini Urus will use a company-exclusive 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and all-wheel drive when it arrives in 2018. Multiple variants, inlcuding a Superveloce, could join the lineup later.


Refueling Standards Viewed As Key To Fuel-Cell Vehicle Adoption

Japanese automaker wants the government to figure out its refueling-station regulations as soon as possible.


With four sedans and one crossover, Cadillac's lineup isn't where it needs to be. And yes, President Johan de Nysschen is frustrated over this.


Provisions in House and Senate transportation bills would benefit CNG-powered vehicles. It isn't clear which, if any, of them will make it to the final legislation.


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is turning its attention to headlights, and particularly the adaptive variety. This is a good thing.


Ford is canning its unpopular Friends & Neighbors program long before its January termination date, with one dealer citing a poor response from consumers.


Chris Evans confirmed that the reborn Top Gear will arrive for UK viewers on May 8. There was no indication of when the new show would hit US screens, though.


Auto Bild reports that AMG is considering a successor the Mercedes SLR McLaren, debating whether to build a 650-hp front-engined or a 1,050-hp mid-engined coupe.


In the latest legal battle ensuing from the aftermath of Paul Walker's death, the late actor's father has filed suit against Porsche, claiming inadequate safety equipment in the Carrera GT in which he died two years ago.


The McLaren 570S is a match for Porsche's 911 Turbo, but the more pedestrian 911s will remain safe from any challengers from Woking.


German prosecutors open another criminal probe into Volkswagen, this time into potential tax evasion over CO2 irregularities in about 800,000 cars in Europe.


An analyst says Asian electronics suppliers expect big growth in camera, sensors, and displays in vehicles. That could put Apple and Google in the lead.


Tesla May Also Be Working On A Factory In China

Reports are out that Tesla is talking to the German government about funding for a new plant.


Honda's designers went wild at the EICMA motorcycle show by imagining concepts for a scrambler called the CBSix50 and a naked street bike called the CB4. The CB650F was the basis for both cycles.


Red Bull says it has secured an engine deal for 2016 but won't name the supplier. Speculation is that the team will use Renault engines it develops in-house.


Word on the strasse has it that Affalterbach is working on a new R version of the Mercedes-AMG GT with more power and advanced shocks, aero, and four-wheel steering.


A District Court Judge rules that attorney-client privilege protects certain documents between GM and law firm King & Spalding over the ignition switch defect.


A note to factory workers in Missouri suggests that GM might move some van assembly to AM General to increase production capacity for the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.


Internal Takata documents reveal that from 2000 to 2010, US engineers raised concerns about altered data from airbag inflator tests.


Even Though It's Been Lowered, The Bar Might Be Too High

A report questions whether Tesla will achieve its 2015 target of 50,000 deliveries. It would require doubling the average monthly delivery rate this year in October and December.


CO2 Emphasis Thought To Have Boosted Diesel Demand

The UK may implement a cash-for-crushing plan for diesel vehicles as it tries to get a handle on NOx and CO2 emissions.

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