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A new 8 could mean a repositioned 6 Series.

BMW filed trademark applications for 825, 830, 835, 850, 845, 860, M850, and M8. Seems serious.

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The automotive week in review for 5.27.16.

The first 2017 Acura NZX rolls off the line in Ohio and Lincoln may be ditching some initials for a classic nameplate. Senior Editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

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But What Does Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Get In Return?

Audi has swapped trademarks with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to snare the rights to the Q2 and Q4 badges for upcoming crossover SUVs.

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Ford is thinking about allowing drivers to remove a rear wheel and attach it to an electric unicycle. Yes, we're serious. There's a patent and everything.

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Filing Is Buick's Second Wagon-Related Trademark Of 2015

Buick has filed a pair of new trademarks that could point to the arrival of a wagon variant of the next-gen Regal sedan in 2017.

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General Motors filed a trademark for a Holden HSV GTS-R model, bolstering rumors that it will produce a ZR1-powered super sedan for Holden's last hurrah.

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A recent trademark application suggests that Lamborghini could put the radical one-off Egoista concept into production.

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Trademark filings from the UK suggest that the Amazon show from the former Top Gear hosts might be called Gear Knobs.

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BMW and Google could be on the way toward a dispute over the name Alphabet, the new company under which the technology giant now lives and which BMW already owns the trademark for.

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Ford has trademarked the name Ranger Raptor in Australia, and the company has been spied testing an off-road-ready version of the pickup with a snorkel, fender flares, and a brush bar.

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Toyota has filed for a trademark in the US for the Prius Prime, but the documents give no hints as to what the vehicle might be.

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Does a new patent filing indicate that the next Toyota Supra will be called S-FR?

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General Motors now has trademarks for both Krypton and Camaro Krypton. They suggest that the company is considering a new color for the pony car or just maybe a special edition for the upcoming Superman movie.

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You Might Think The Car Is Really A Motorcycle

The US Trademark Office suspends GM's application for the Bolt trademark because Yamaha already has one for its motorcycle.

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Porsche has filed a trademark application in Europe for the name GT5, suggesting it could be planning an even more accessible track model to slot below the Cayman GT4.

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Buick now holds the trademark on Sport Touring for the Regal and LaCrosse sedans. The filing might suggest a future trim level or special edition for the models.

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GM's latest trademark application suggests it's working on a truck with the name "Badlands," but just what form it will take - if it ever does at all - is a matter of pure speculation at this point.

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The idea of an Acura-badged Honda HR-V is picking up steam, as the Japanese company's premium brand registered a trademark for "CDX," with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

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A trademark application filed by General Motors for the name Z71 Trail Boss suggests a more hardcore off-roader could be in store for Chevy or GMC in the near future.

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Audi wants to use the names Q2 and Q4 for coming crossover products, but Fiat owns those trademarks and appears unlikely to sell them. It's said that Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is loathe to do anything that would aid any company under VW Group CEO Ferdinand Piëch.

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Chevrolet has reapplied for the trademark "Crossvolt." It originally applied for the name in 2011, then let the application expire this year. The theory is that the name could be applied to a Chevrolet Volt crossover.

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