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Subaru comes out on the right side of history, stands up against Indiana law

Subaru released a statement Monday saying it doesn't agree with any laws that promote discrimination.

Quiz: How many ways has Jeremy Clarkson offended people?

The former Top Gear host has a decade-long history of getting under peoples' skin.

Autoblog editors yearning for summer roadtrips share some tunes [w/videos]

Here's Our Collective Playlist Of Summertime Jams

We're not sure if you noticed, but it's pretty frigging cold out there in most of the US. In order to break the winter doldrums, we collected our favorite summer roadtrip songs to help you daydream about warmer days.

BMW i8 named Autoblog's 2014 Technology of the Year [w/video]

The winner of Autoblog's 2014 Technology of the Year award was given this year for not just one technology, but for how a suite of technologies worked together to make one impressive vehicle.

The Carlos and Dieter Show promises more collaboration

Daimler, Renault-Nissan Expand Alliance

Daimler and Renault-Nissan said Friday the automakers have expanded their four-year-old alliance to include putting a Renault diesel in the Mercedes C-Class, a Mercedes gasoline engine in an Infiniti and possibly will involve automated dr

2 more fired GM execs who failed to push for ignition-switch recall named

Both attorneys came in contact with cases that could have resulted in GM recalling the vehicles sooner.

Wall Street still irrationally exuberant over Tesla shares

In a world where electric cars are far from the norm, it seems odd to us laypeople that you can't buy a share of Tesla stock (ticker symbol TSLA) for less than $230. But a research note issued Monday from Goldman Sach's respected team of auto industry analysts (seen in PDF form

Bentley considering diesel engine for new SUV

Turns out, in case you didn't know, the rich are just like regular people. They too are concerned about the environment, even when tooling around town in their super-luxurious Bentleys. So the automaker is weighing the idea of offering a diesel engine in its SUV offering, which could help satisfy customers' demands for more fuel-efficient engines.

Ford Focus 1.0-liter EcoBoost to only get manual trans in US

Photos of the 2015 Ford Focus leaked earlier today, but now we're able to tell you more details of the global five-door hatchback. Bucking automaker's troubling trend of ditching manual transmissions in favor of automatics, Ford says the new 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine will come only in a six-speed manual in the US, because, well, American drivers aren't as sophistic

GM's Barra to make at least $4.4M, Akerson could make more as advisor

When General Motors' top executive Mary Barra broke through the automotive glass ceiling to become the industry's first major female CEO, it was heralded as a long-overdue decision that highlighted the fact that the auto industry is still a quite bit stodgy. That was underscored late Friday when GM released how much it will pay Barra for taking on this huge job – and it's not a heartwarming fi

Tesla Wins Technology Of The Year Award

Its Supercharger Network is a game changer, panelists said

The winner of AOL Auto's second annual Technology Of The Year award ran away with the votes for the award, clearly surpassing all of the other contenders.

How To Cook A Turkey On Your Engine Manifold

Are you planning to drive further than 220 miles? Then you can cook your turkey on your way

Here's how you can combine a long drive to grandma's (snore) with some foodie snobbery: Outdo your brother-in-law's fried turkey by cooking your bird on the engine manifold.

Cadillac may not build Elmiraj coupe

Despite the fact that most everyone who has laid eyes on the Cadillac Elmiraj concept coupe loves it, General Motors insiders are still trying to prove the business case to build the car. And it's certainly not a guarantee.

2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop officially revealed [UPDATE]

There are occasions in life when something happens in the outside world and I think, "Damn. I wish Dad was here so we could talk about this."

Saudi Arabian Women To Protest Driving Ban On Oct. 26

Saudi society is slowly inching toward more equality, but driving is still disallowed for women

When Farha was a young girl, about seven years old, her mother told her something that rocked her world: She told her women could drive.

July 4th Is The Most Dangerous Holiday For Teen Drivers

Parents need to talk to their teen drivers about risks before it's too late

On a warm Tuesday evening last July, a car full of teens left a fireworks show in suburban Detroit and headed out for a ride.

Mazda Unveils New Mazda3 Hatchback, Its Most Popular Car

The unveiling took place in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan

Mazda unveiled what's probably their most important model Wednesday at an empty warehouse space in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, a neighborhood filled with artsy boutiques and graffiti that could one day hang on the walls of a museum.

Summer Months Most Deadly For Teen Drivers

Most people assume winter driving is the riskiest, but joyriding and distractions can put teens in danger

Most people would assume that winter is a risky driving season for teen drivers, given the potential for ice and slick roads. But more teens die in car crashes during the summer months than any other season, safety experts say.

Chrysler Defies Government Request To Recall Jeeps

Safety experts say older Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Liberty SUVs are prone to fires

Chrysler has boldly refused to comply with a government request to recall 2.7 million Jeeps that could be prone to fires, arguing the government is applying unreasonable standards to its vehicles.

Rental Car Safety Act Facing Opposition From Dealers, Carmakers

They say the bill unfairly targets small businesses

Lawmakers, safety advocates and auto industry representatives debated whether or not car rental companies should be allowed to rent vehicles that have been recalled.

Police Used Mercedes mbrace Technology To Track Boston Bombing Suspects

After carjack victim escaped, he alerted Mercedes to turn on their vehicle location service

Drivers often worry about new technology in their vehicles, and whether or not those GPS devices can end up acting like Big Brother. Early last Friday, Mercedes put its mbrace telematics system to the test, tracking down the two fugitives: Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

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