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Under the wraps is the production version

In the photos, the development mule 03 still wears camouflage.

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EQ brand concept will be called Aesthetics Progressive Luxury

The still mostly disguised concept bears the name Aesthetics Progressive Luxury, and it will function as a halo concept for the new EQ electric brand.

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Will we see it go up the hill?

Will we see it go up the hill?

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360-degree cameras, auto leveling suspension

The truck should be expected some time after 2019.

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It's set to be more extreme than the record-holding Agera RS

It's set to be more extreme than the record-holding Agera RS.

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The wraps will come off the first U.S.-built Volvo

The wraps will come off the first U.S.-built Volvo.

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415 horsepower with Polestar magic

The new Volvo S60 is only five days away.

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Gurney flap adds a little extra downforce for greater performance

A Gurney flap adds a little extra downforce for greater performance.

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March 15 reveal date will be followed by 2020 production

March 15 reveal date will be followed by 2020 production.

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It sounds mean in the teaser trailer

It sounds mean in the teaser trailer.

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It will be fully revealed on June 6

It will be fully revealed on June 6.

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So apparently he's referring to NAFTA, but it's nowhere close to a deal

So apparently he's referring to NAFTA, but it's nowhere close to a deal.

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EV will have 435 miles of range

We have very few details on the BMW iNext project. The new EV is set to go on sale in 2021, will have 435 miles of range and self-driving technology. BMW has described the vehicle as its "technology flagship," so expect every last bit of tech the German automaker has to be packed inside. Still, we don't even know what the new model will look like. It could be a sedan, hatchback or crossover. Each seems as equally likely as the other. Well, we will soon see the iNext — at least an early con

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The Arizona event will be streamed live on Facebook

Last month, Nissan announced it was working on a custom overlanding version of its largest SUV. Dubbed the Nissan Armada Mountain Patrol, it's a follow-up to last year's Nissan Titan XD Project Basecamp and the Nissan Armada Snow Patrol we drove earlier this year. Until now, all we've seen are early renderings, but the automaker has released a shadowy teaser image just ahead of the Mountain Patrol's full reveal tonight in Arizona.

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The design challenge: The lack of windows

One of the challenges in designing a Hyperloop pod is overcoming the fact that there won't be any windows, unlike in an airplane. That could result in a claustrophobic environment, especially as Hyperloop passengers will have to remain seated for the entire duration of the journey. Designworks, a BMW-owned design consultancy, has created a prototype interior for the Virgin Hyperloop One, unveiled recently in Dubai.

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It's going to have to be very fast indeed to back that claim

The Jaguar F-Pace SVR is fast. Blisteringly fast. With its 550-horsepower, five-liter V8 it will hit 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds and go on to 176 mph. That sounds like the perfect blank canvas for Jaguar outfitter Lister, doesn't it?

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More air flow for the Charger Hellcat

Yesterday, we discovered that Dodge was working on some sort of update to the nose of the Charger Hellcat. Today, Dodge revealed what the change is. It's a new grille with an intake outlet.

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Road-going version of carbon-fiber three-seat race car

Let's recap what's coming from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus. The small-batch U.S. manufacturer showed the 004S last November, a carbon-fiber bodied, 2,600-pound, three-seater road car that comes with a gated, six-speed manual but offers a paddle-shifter as a cost option. A track-only version called the 004C will be developed to run in GTE, GTLM, GT3, and GT4 racing, as well as Germany's VLN series that includes Nürburgring races in the SPX class. Then we have the 004CS, which is the road-go

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The new hot hatch will go into production later this year

Wörthersee — the premier Volkswagen GTI meetup in the world — starts in just a few days in a small town in Austria. The event has been embraced by both Volkswagen and its fans. We usually end up seeing some pretty sweet concept cars like a Porsche-powered VW Type 2 or the bonkers mid-engine VW GTI W12. This year, we'll see the new VW Golf GTI TCR Prototype, a near-production ready hot hatch that goes into production this fall.

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