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AddLand Rover drives Defender to the Pole of Cold

You may think it's cold where you are right now, polar vortexes and whatnot, but no matter where you are, you know it's got to be colder somewhere else. Except if you're at the Pole of Cold. The point in Siberia has recorded the coldest temperatures in history, dipping down to -67.7 degrees celsius – that's nearly 90 degrees below on the Fahrenheit scale – in February of 1933, and no walk on the beach the rest of the time, either. That's exactly where this expeditionary team headed i

AddBMW testing electric-drive i3 in Northern Europe

BMW has started testing its electric-drive i3 in Northern Europe, as the German automaker looks to gather more testing information on the model it may launch as early as next year, according to Green Car Reports.

AddMercedes-Benz's facelifted GLK snapped inside and out

The smallest member of the Mercedes-Benz utility vehicle range, the GLK-Class has only been on the market for a couple of years now. Hardly in need of an update, then, but that hasn't stopped the Silver Star automaker from working on a little refresh for the boxy little crossover.

AddFor $39 milion, Northern Lights Electric orders 150 all-electric E-Range SUVs for Scandinavia

Liberty Electric Cars E-Range – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddSpy Shots: the next Jaguar XJ

If you thought the new Jaguar XF was a radical departure, hold on to your cap, because if reports coming in are to be believed, the replacement for the flagship XJ sedan could be even more revolutionary for the traditionally staid British luxury marque.

AddSpy Shots: 2008 Ford Fiesta test mule

The Ford Fiesta name might not raise a lot of excitement in the American market, conjuring up as it does images of pathetically underpowered golf karts that pale next to other Ford products sold here like the Mustang and F-Series trucks. But in Europe, the Fiesta is one of Ford's top-selling cars. England's Car magazine reports that Ford sold over 100,000 Fiestas just in the UK last year, some 30,000 more than its nearest rival. Superminis are big business for Ford of Europe, which intends to ke

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