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The End Of The World Didn't Happen (Yet): But Mercedes is Ready

New G 63 AMG Can Take on Zombies, Volcanos and Rioters

You may have survived the Mayan Apocalypse, but don't fret too long. The end of the world is right around the corner. And if you really want to prepare, you should drive the 2013 Mercedes Benz G 63 AMG, the ultimate prepper's vehicle. Even it's name sounds like a nomenclature.

SRT Viper Returns With A Vengeance

All new from the ground up, new Viper civilized and wild

The SRT Viper is not a super car. It's an outrageously awesome, top of the line, incredibly fast, super beast. Every accolade in the book still doesn't do this vehicle justice.

Opinion: Ford's New Lincoln Push Is All Uphill Against Rivals

Ford's luxury brand looks to overhaul image without a new lineup

Lincoln may have a new name, but it's going to take a lot of work and a new stable of vehicles for the luxury brand to regain its stature.

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2014 Subaru Forester

A Weekend Away With Subaru's New Crossover

California leads in green car sales, but there are surprises on the lists

A recent study of new car registrations by Edmunds reveals that some big car-buying states aren't as interested in electric or gas-electric hybrids as other states.

Lexus rolls out new LS campaign, touts F Sport model

Cue the camera and step into the life you think you deserve.

UAW calls for investigation into Romney ethics violations over possible profits from auto bailouts

The United Autos Workers, which has endorsed President Barack Obama, announced Thursday that its members want the US Office of Government Ethics to investigate Gov. Mitt Romney for violations.

Ford Savior CEO Mulally Sets Retirement Plan

New COO Mark Fields heir apparent as Ford develops succession plan

Ford Motor Co. diffused months of speculation by industry insiders over who would replace the popular CEO Alan Mulally by stating that Mulally will remain at Ford through 2014.

New Chevrolet Silverado Debuts In December

All-new pickup needs to wow consumers and offer lots of new features

Chevrolet will take the wraps off of its new 2014 Silverado Dec. 13 at a special event in Detroit.

2014 Subaru Forester revealed ahead of LA debut

Subaru has released two pictures and some preliminary details of the all-new 2014 Forester that will make its public debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

A Greener V8: GM's Small Block Continues to Evolve [VIDEO]

Every time we pronounce the V8 dead, it comes roaring back to life.

75-year-old woman to drive around world in 91-year-old car

Heidi Hetzer is a serious driver, she always has been.

noPhoto claims to offer high-tech impunity from speed cameras [w/video]

Inventor Jonathan Dandrow's idea began when he first noticed that some cameras can pickup the infrared light from a television remote. It's a piece of useless information at first.

Ford, GM win Breakthrough Product awards from Popular Mechanics

Tucked between an avalanche airbag and a 3D desktop printer, a Ford engine and General Motors' crash avoidance system were named two of Popular Mechanics top 10 breakthrough technology award winners for 2012.

CDC: Teen drinking and driving down by more than half

One out of 10 teens has hopped behind the wheel of a car after drinking alcohol, a Center for Disease Control and Prevention study revealed this week. That means every month, there are potentially 2.4 million teenagers driving under the influence of alcohol. Hopefully, not all at the same time.

New Ford Fusion not likely to oust top-selling Toyota Camry, yet

As 2013 Ford Fusions begin rolling into dealerships, Ford can say that it has finally created the mythical Toyota Camry fighter. It's something we've heard again and again from Detroit's carmakers, always poised but never able to deliver a midsize sedan that will outsell the venerable Camry.

Bill proposes U.S. sell GM stock to fund Delphi retiree pensions

A new proposal to sell $1 billion of government-held General Motors stock to help restore Delphi white collar retirees pensions was balked at by one group attempting to build up the underfunded pension.

Corvette Museum hires architect for upcoming motorsports park, seeks sponsors

The pride and joy of Bowling Green, Kentucky, is about to get a lot bigger.

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