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Ford's got big Mustang plans for SEMA, including seven customs from seven tuners.

On average, it takes just over 33 days to sell a used vehicle in America. Some vehicles, particular electric cars, sell much more quickly.

Ford had to suspend it's operations in San Francisco due to compliance issues with the California Highway Patrol.

Still powered by a Rover V8.

Still as cool as ever.

Next you fire up Android Auto, you'll have the option to stream your Plex music library.

Nearly all of these allegedly sporty coupes had automatics, but not this one!

While a manual transmission was available, in theory, in reality they're rare as hens' teeth.

Simplify and ... you know the phrase.

Colin Chapman's first car was built in 1948.

West Coast Customs customized.

West Coast Customs customized.

"Sophisticated aggression on wheels."

"Sophisticated aggression on wheels."

Don't say it sounds like a Subaru.

The 718 Cayman S now uses a turbocharged flat-four.

We packed our Tacomas with essential tools, fuel, traction aids and more.

Here's what we took. You might want to carry some of this gear, too.

Some cars that rated good on the driver side were less than good for a front passenger.

Some cars that rated good on the driver side were less than good for a front passenger.

It borrows from the BMW parts bin.

Still, there are a number of traditional Rolls design cues.

Company says it violated government standards; sheet steel falsified, too.

Company says it violated government standards; sheet steel falsified, too.

Production for domestic market shut down, but it's still building cars for export.

Production for the domestic market is shut down, but it's still building cars for export.

"Average" didn't seem to please Tesla.

"Average" didn't seem to please Tesla.

The company has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to help homeless pets.

A little happy news on this Thursday.

WASHINGTON(Reuters) - General Motors has agreed to pay $120 million to resolve claims from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia over faulty ignition switches, state attorneys general and the company said on Thursday. The largest U.S. automaker had previously paid about $2.5 billion in penalties and settlements over faulty ignition switches that could cause engines to stall and prevent airbags from deploying in crashes. The defect has been linked to 124 deaths and 275 injuries, and prompt

It's not April 1. We double checked.

Coming soon to a Model S near you.

There's not really a need for it here

We're sticking with the same old badging scheme.

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