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Tesla calls the all-wheel-drive EV the "quickest car in the world," with a claimed 0-60 mile-per-hour time of just 1.9 seconds. The sprint to 100 mph takes only 4.2 seconds, and its top speed is over 250 mph.

Elon Musk's 'Master Plan' continues to unfold. On November 17, 2017 Elon Musk took the stage to unveil Tesla's new electric semi truck. The truck can go 0-60MPH in only 5 seconds with an attached trailer, has 500 miles of electric range, and is able to be charged up to 400 miles within 30 minutes thanks to Tesla's megachargers. To learn more about the new semi, see our full write-up of the truck here: https://www.autoblog.com/2017/11/17/tesla-electric-semi-truck-elon-musk/

Will the Halfa Romeo make it into the show with celebs behind the wheel?

Celebrities will still be a part of the show, but instead of dying on the way there, they may die while attempting to drive half of a car.

On this episode of Car Hacks, Amr discovers whether or not play-doh can clean up a mess in the back seat.

There is a new SpotMini from robotics maker Boston Dynamics. We first saw the four-legged SpotMini in 2016 but this video clip from Boston Dynamics suggests that SpotMini has evolved. The Boston Dynamics YouTube page says that details for the bot are forthcoming. You can see more video at bostondynamics.com.

Pure, unfiltered adrenaline.

This is the sort of car we're unlikely to ever see from an OEM again.

Proof that technology can save lives.

Proof that technology can save lives.

On this episode of AutoblogVR, we get a virtual reality look at every kids favorite vehicle, a fire truck.

The design evolution of a beloved brand.

The design evolution of a beloved brand.

Mercedes preps for the next-generation G-Class by counting down the top nine moments in G history.

Bollinger shows what the rugged B1 can do.

It looks like a fun job.

El-P shows Killer Mike around NYC in a Car2go Mercedes-Benz GLA.

It's the first of several "mini-documentaries."

Okuyama also shows sketches of his next project

They discuss design and process details.

The partners want to increase efficiency and safety.

Automation could help alleviate the trucking industry's "workforce problem."

Yes, we do actually drive a route called "The Devil's Butthole"

Join our hosts Jessi and Patrick as they take "the gamble" and find out whether or not their $500 jalopy will survive the Gambler 500 on this episode of "The List."

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