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Scandinavia’s smallest SUV looks formidable.

Breaking down Volvo's first attempt at a small SUV.

Crossovers don't have to be boring just because they usually are

Evolution works in weird ways sometimes.

And expect to watch some 'drive-in movies' — and a lot more ads.

When fully autonomous vehicles hit the road en masse, we can expect fewer accidents, less traffic, and reduced tailpipe emissions. But according to two reports, we could also see sharp increases in the consumption of booze due to self-driving cars, and even more time spent staring at screens, binge watching and being bombarded by ads. In a recent report, Morgan Stanley predicted that booze will get a significant boost in sales since the technology could allow people to drink more if they know t

Plus: Analyzing the BMW and Audi concepts and the Mercedes-AMG Project One.

Automakers find themselves at the intersection of disruption and opportunity.

Honda is on the right track

This design is such a success because it lets the little Honda stand out from the EV pack.

Big productions, all controlled by the car companies.

This gives the automakers control of the timing and location, helping increase the audience.

It's not the Comey Memos, but it is a record of how we hash out story ideas

It's smaller than the Honda Fit, but it's generating big controversy in our office.

It could be anything. Virtually nothing about it evokes a century's worth of heritage.

Remove the badges, and it could be anything.

Unintended consequences will be inevitable

The utopians see benefits to autonomy, but brace yourself for the unintended consequences

In a world where the Tesla Model 3 and Chevy Bolt exist, can the Nissan Leaf continue its success?

Range isn't everything.

Inherent i3 flaws aren't addressed. A Chevy Bolt SS would be a better idea.

Hot EVs have potential, hopefully other carmakers see that.

Intel identifies seven issues for autonomous passengers.

Recent study shows the risk-reward argument everyday consumers have over the tech.

The styling of a six-figure, ultra-luxury Grand Tourer must evolve slowly.

A Sino-U.S.-European merger would create the first truly global auto group.

The "Passenger Economy" is expected to become a $7 trillion industry.

The "Passenger Economy" created by the advent of autonomous vehicles is predicted to swell from $800 billion in 2035 to a whopping to $7 trillion by 2050.

A list of the cars we don't want imported to the United States.

The machine that makes the machine is Tesla’s challenge.

His next challenge: optimizing car production.

Diesel's on the outs in Europe, and EVs aren't ready for prime time.

That might be wishful thinking, but here are some other great possible outcomes.

And like any dream, it probably won't be there when we wake up.

Cadillac has a choice here between a tactical move, or a strategic one.

Shrinking the lineup appears to be the plan for growth.

It's boring but practical, with one big selling point.

If you make rational instead of emotional decisions, this VeeDub might be your ideal crossover.

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