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It was Steve Jobs'. It's sleek, silver, for sale: But Apple didn't make it, BMW did

What might he have dreamed up while driving this Z8?

R.M. Sotheby's will auction Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' BMW Z8 roadster.

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Apple thought about making a car back in 2008

iPod co-creator (and Nest CEO) Tony Fadell tells Bloomberg that he and Steve Jobs had "multiple" discussions about a car as far back as 2008.

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How GM almost screwed up Toy Story, Cars, Monsters Inc. and more

Given Just 7 More Days, GM Would Have Changed Entertainment History

Apple Board Member: Steve Jobs' dream was to design iCar [w/video]

There have been rumors of an Apple iCar for much longer than five years. But it was five years ago that there was enough heat under them for a German newspaper to report that Steve Jobs and Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn had met to discuss the idea. A year later another German outlet printed a Jonathon Ramsey

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Honda scooter commercial employs Steve Jobs lookalike

Like Elvis and Tupac before him, Apple icon Steve Jobs is showing up in all kinds of unexpected places after his passing. This latest sighting comes in a commercial for a Honda SCR 110 scooter that channels The Jobs himself. Up close, the male actor isn't a ringer, but the black turtleneck and design theme leave no doubt about his inspiration.

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How Steve Jobs got away with not having a license plate

Among the many myths surrounding the notoriously private life of Steve Jobs was his disdain for license plates. Jobs reportedly drove a Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG without ever affixing a plate, leading many to speculate that Apple's powerful CEO had cut some back room deal with California's DMV, or that he had some Jeff Sabatini

Dj Vu: Letter to Obama suggests Steve Jobs to head GM, Chrysler

Back in November, a New York Times columnist thought it would be a good idea for Apple CEO Steve Jobs to come to the auto industry's rescue. Jobs is worshiped by many in the tech world, and many feel that he pretty much saved Apple in the 1990s. But thinking that a brilliant tech guy can right the ship at struggling automakers could possibly be called a stretch. Well, Spark Capital founde

NYT columnist calls on Steve Jobs to fix Detroit

In 2001, General Motors needed a revival and Bob Lutz was anointed The One. It was widely accepted that if anyone could breathe life into a struggling car company, it was him.

Pixar's "Cars": Ahhh, that new DVD smell

Sure, "Bullitt" had a few nice cars in it. So did "Gone in 60 Seconds". But in Pixar's, "Cars", nothing but sweet, sweet animated automobilia. November 7 is the day you can park a copy right in the middle of all your other DVD tributes to transportation. Unless they're alphabetized, of course. Then "C

Steve Jobs hearts Autoblog

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