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Automotive X-Prize: And the winners will be ... (streamed live)

In just a short while, the Automotive X-Prize will come to an end with an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. Wish you could be there? So do we, but we'll all have to make due with the next best thing: live streaming of the event. Starting at 10:30 a.m. EDT this morning, the X-Prize team will offer a live video feed here.

Automotive X-Prize: Finalists announced, X-Tracer now last team standing in Tandem class

Automotive X-Prize Knockout Stage – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: finalists announced, X-Tracer now last team standing in Tandem class

Automotive X-Prize Knockout Stage – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: TW4XP evolves human-hybrid Twike three-wheeler for competition

TW4XP at the Automotive X-Prize – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: Results from Finals Stage, Week One - Amp, Spira, Tata and Tango are out

After the first week of the Progressive Automotive X-Prize's Finals Stage, some of the better-known teams will have to say good-bye and watch the rest of the competition from the sidelines. According to a new press release from the AXP, Tata Motors, Amp, Commuter Car

Automotive X-Prize: Finals Stage heats up as Edison2 tries to stay cool with ice

Edison2's Very Light Car gets packed with ice – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: Will there be a second competition?

The picture above was taken today at the Automotive X-Prize event at the Michigan International Speedway, and it shows – in the simplest way possible – the goal of the competition: a car that gets more than 100 miles per gallon equivalent (mpge). The X-Prize was supposed to bring us the best, most efficient vehicle possible and award the winning team millions of dollars for developing it. While there's no questio

Automotive X-Prize: Where it's at today

The Finals Stage of the Progressive Automotive X-Prize is taking place this week and, if nothing else, the organizers and teams involved now really know what they're doing. Most everything is running well and the teams "sailed" through tech inspection, in the words of Eric Cahill, the X-Prize's senior director. Also, there are fewer cars now to test, so the scene at the Michigan International Speedway is quiet and tense. After

Quick Spin: Amp Equinox shakes, rattles but doesn't roll us

Amp Equinox – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: Only 15 vehicles from 12 teams left now

Automotive X-Prize Knockout Stage – Click above for high-res image gallery

Will Edison2 win the $5 million mainstream X-Prize? No one else can beat them now

Edison2's Very Light Car – Click above for high-res image gallery

WWU Viking makes it through X-Prize's Knockout Stage with 82 mpge

While the Automotive X-Prize has not yet issued any official press release about which teams have made it through the Knockout Stage, some of the teams are spreading the good news about their results. Western Washington University, the team behind the Viking 45, says it is one of 12 teams left in the $10 million competition. Team Leader Eric Leonhar

Automotive X-Prize: Drivers hit the slopes to try and squeeze out a few more mpge

Edison2's Very Light Car – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: teams dropping fast now, only four left in the mainstream class

Automotive X-Prize Knockout Stage – Click above for high-res image gallery

Automotive X-Prize: Illuminati Seven reaches 119.8 mpge despite setbacks

Illuminati Seven – Click above for high-res image gallery

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