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It will spend a billion euros on EVs

It will spend a billion euros on EVs.

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The long-nosed sports coupe is back with 523 hp and AWD

The long-nosed sports coupe is back with 523 horsepower and all-wheel drive.

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ProPilot Assist helps when you're not used to driving on the left

ProPilot Assist helps when you're not used to driving on the left.

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This follows yesterday's funding news

This follows yesterday's funding news.

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Dude really did a number on that street

Dude really did a number on that street.

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It wants to save pizza from total destruction on the ride home

It wants to save pizza from total destruction on the ride home.

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China-based EV startup attracts investors and details its plans

China-based EV startup attracts investors and details its plans.

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It means "lively young horse"

It means "lively young horse."

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PHEV Panamera is an expert at pretty much everything

The PHEV Panamera is an expert at pretty much everything.

Long Term

Improved for 2018, a wonderful thing gets even better

Improved for 2018, a wonderful thing gets even better.

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It'll be joined by three other Acuras

It'll be joined by three other Acuras.

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Introduction: Join us as we explore transportation's past, present, future

Join us for a journey to Japan, Autoblog style.

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We don't get it in the U.S. ... yet

We don't get it in the U.S. ... yet.

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State pays an additional $2,500 for up to 2,000 EVs — Teslas not allowed

It's an additional $2,500 for up to 2,000 EVs.

First Drive

The sleek sedan goes upscale

The sleek sedan goes upscale.

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Partnership might sell autonomous Fiat-Chrysler vehicles to the public

Partnership might sell autonomous Chrysler Pacificas to the public.

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The trial program is underway in Ohio

Last year, we saw Workhorse Group demonstrate its Horsefly for the first time. The Horsefly is an autonomous drone that launches from the roof of a delivery truck to take a package to its final destination. At the time, it seemed like implementation would be a long way off, but last week, Workhorse announced the its Horsefly has begun delivering packages as part of an FAA-approved pilot trial in Loveland, Ohio, near Cincinnati.

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Testing the Indian-made small crossover on American roads

The rest of the world is already familiar with the Ford EcoSport. Now the small crossover is available to U.S. customers for the first time. Incidentally, it's the first car built in India to be sold here. As Ford begins to lean more heavily on its crossovers at a time when it plans to discontinue most of its cars, the EcoSport is the most diminutive in its lineup. It's available with two engine options: a 1.0-liter three-cylinder Ecoboost, and a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter. Front- and all-whe

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That's up 5 percent from last year

Plug-in vehicles make up just a little over one percent of cars sold in the U.S. That's not a huge share, but it is quickly rising. And if a new survey from AAA is any example, the country's taste for electric vehicles should only help accelerate demand, as the insurance group found that 20 percent of customers want their next car to run on electricity, up from 15 percent in 2017.

Spy Shots

This previews a likely production version of the rugged overlander

Last year at SEMA, we saw a fairly radical Chevy Colorado ZR2 concept from American Expedition Vehicles (AEV). The already capable pickup had been fitted with a ton of gear for serious off-roading, including an upgraded suspension, 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires, skid plates, a snorkel and a winch. We were in love. Then Chevrolet trademarked the "ZR2 Bison" name (AEV uses a bison in its logo), which had us hoping for a production version of the SEMA concept. Now, our spy shooters have caug

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A spirited drive reaffirms our love for this little hybrid

This week, we had a 2018 Prius C Four in our test fleet. It had been a while since I'd driven the C, but remember liking it more than the standard Prius — at least that was true a generation ago. Since then I've driven updated Priuses and Prius Primes. So when the C arrived, I snatched the keys and drove it home — a 40-mile commute through city streets, rush-hour highway traffic and a little stretch of curvy roads to top it off. I was eager to try to remember why my vague memory of t