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Hemmings tells the fascinating story of the effort to save the Bonneville Salt Flats that brings together racers, geologists, politicians, and the local mining company.


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.


EVs, Hydrogen Cars Will Still Have Easy Access

California is once again nearly out of the green stickers that give plug-in hybrids easy access to the state's high-occupancy vehicle lanes. They might only last several more weeks at the current rate.


Big auto incentives on Black Friday could push November sales into record numbers according to some industry analysts.


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.


Toyota will recall 1.6 million vehicles in Japan and Europe to replace their passenger-side Takata airbag inflators, but the problem doesn't affect vehicles sold in the US.


2.0 TDI Only Needs A Software Update

Volkswagen has approved repairs for its 1.6- and 2.0-liter EA189 diesel engines in Europe, and it expects the recall to begin in January. The 2.0 only needs a software update, but the 1.6 also requires a small amount of new hardware, too.


Uber's destinations pilot program in San Francisco could lure part-time drivers to the company by making it easier to pickup a fare while already commuting.


Petrolicious shows the advantages of perseverance in a video about a young man's restoration of a 1976 BMW 2002.


Lincoln execs don't see a rear-wheel drive niche model on the company's horizon. They first want to focus on the brand's rejuvenation through mainstream vehicles and increased sales.


Ford will no longer use Takata's airbag inflators with ammonium nitrate propellant on future vehicles and will seek new suppliers for the parts.


Audi will submit a software emissions fix for VW Group's 3.0-liter TDI V6 for the approval of the EPA and CARB. The solution could end the automaker's problem with that engine in the US.


Audi will offer A3 TDI owners in the US an identical Goodwill Package as Volkswagen to show appreciation for their patience during this emissions scandal. The participating customers will receive a $500 Visa, a $500 dealer gift card, and three years of 24-hour roadside assistance.


Jay Leno welcomes one of the most unique SUVs ever made – this 1990 Lamborghini LM002 – into his garage in a new video.


Jaguar Land Rover will skip the 2016 Detroit Auto Show to put the company's focus on other international shows.


The United Auto Workers ratified contracts with General Motors and Ford. The finalized agreements end weeks of negotiations with Detroit\'s automakers.


Fiat will reportedly enter the World Rally Championship with an Abarth-tuned 124 Spider in 2017. A special road model with over 200 hp is also rumored.


Chris Harris brings together the Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 at the Portimao circuit to find out which one is the quickest. He also invites Tiff Needell and Marino Franchitti for a track battle.


Volkswagen might close the opulent factory for the Phaeton in Dresden, Germany, to cut costs. The plant reportedly only builds eight of the luxury sedans a week.


Hyundai will recall 304,900 examples of the 2011-2012 Sonata because their brake lights might not shut off.


Volvo and Microsoft will work together on future tech like implementing augmented reality in the automotive world with Microsoft's HoloLens glasses. They think it could revolutionize the sales process.

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