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Next-gen Nissan Qashqai designed to accommodate two hybrid systems

Nissan planning to install its ePower system and Mitsubishi's PHEV powertrain

Ford patent application shows new 'skateboard' EV truck chassis design

Keeps traditional pickup chassis structure with rails and cross-members

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On the mysterious draw of garbage trucks

Why do they fascinate children? The Atlantic tackles the question

F1 waves checkered flag for tradition over technology

When does an F1 race actually end? Now we know.

Formula One's governing body has ruled for tradition over technology when it comes to deciding the official end of a grand prix. The FIA said in a statement after a World Motor Sport Council meeting in Paris that the waved chequered flag would be reinstated next season as the "definitive end-of-race signal". Under new rules introduced this year, a digital chequered flag mounted on the starting lights gantry took precedence over the physical flag, which was still waved as before when cars cross

Nissan U.S. closing for two days in January to save money

Automaker takes another small step to continue righting the ship

Autoblog video week in review | Dec. 1-7

Porsche and Jaguar and even a Bentley

Jury says Elon Musk didn't defame British cave diver as 'pedo guy'

Verdict took less than an hour — here's what the jury foreman had to say

Elon Musk should pay $190 million for defamatory 'nuclear bomb,' plaintiff's lawyer says

It "would be a hard slap on the wrist" for Musk

Tesla founder Elon Musk should pay at least $190 million in damages for defaming a British cave explorer in tweets that suggested he was a pedophile and were like a "nuclear bomb," the plaintiff's lawyer said on Friday. In his closing argument at Musk's defamation trial, the lawyer for Vernon Unsworth said his client would feel the sting from Musk's calling him a "pedo guy" for many years to come, affecting his relationships and job prospects, and jurors should teach the "billionaire b

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Aston Martin not actively pursuing new investors as opens SUV plant

'That's not to say it doesn't come'

Aston Martin , which was reported this week to be the target of Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, said it was not actively pursuing new investors on Friday as it opened a new factory to build its first sport utility vehicle. As some in the global car industry turn to partnerships, alliances or mergers to handle the challenge of electrification, new technology and tighter margins, Autocar magazine reported on Thursday that Stroll, the owner of Formula One team Racing Point, is prepari

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