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Autoblog Podcast #190 - Chrysler profit, Top Gear USA and small Buicks

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Video: First trailer for U.S. Top Gear!

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Adam Carolla explains why he's not doing Top Gear USA

Ah yes,Top Gear USA. We had nearly given up hope for the American version of the hit British television series until friend-of-Autoblog Adam Carolla let slip details of the series' subsequent resuscitation on The History Channel during a taping of one of his CarCast episodes. At the time, it was thought that Ca

Video: British parents go nuts while passing Top Gear project cars

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Viper versus Cobra, Top Gear USA style [w/video]

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TopGear's hybrid debate gets a little off track with Priuses soaring, Insights flying

It's been reported before that the crew over at TopGear is not exactly environmentally friendly, but we'll give them the benefit of the doubt. C'mon, there's at least a bit of love for saving the Earth over at TopGear, right? After all, they are suspected of triggering the volcano in

Autoblog Podcast #166 - Chicago recap/Geneva preview

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Adam Carolla CarCast tips off Top Gear USA might yet live on History Channel

Big news comes by way of Adam Carolla's CarCast today as it now appears that Top Gear USA is back on track. Instead of appearing on NBC, though, the show will apparently move to The History Channel. Exciting news indeed, especially for Carolla, who is apparently the only one of the three original cast members who was informed of the decision – what that means for th

Shooting Fake: Porsche Cayman Shooting Brake a Top Gear hoax [w/VIDEO]

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Top Gear coming to America in HD?!

Pinch us. Could it be that our dreams – which, incidentally, we proudly share with Sandra Bullock – of watching Top Gear in High Definition may soon come true? It certainly seems like a real possibility now that BBC America officially launched its HD programming on Monday, July 20 at 6am. Since it can't be seen yet on any cable or satellite service, we're guessing it's still in beta testing

Project Sipster finishes with an 84 mpg VW Golf

We have been following Top Gear America's Project Sipster for a while. The team's project was to install a modern ciesel engine from a VW Jetta TDI into a 28-year-old VW Golf and make the car go from 0 to 60 mph in less than 7 seconds but also able to achieve 70 mpg. Oh, and do it for less than $7,000.

Top Gear US shows us how to perform a TDI engine swap

Top Gear US has struck again with their latest installment in the Project Sipster saga, and this one's a doosey. The TG crew is taking an early '80s VW Rabbit diesel apart and replacing the engine and transmission with newer and more powerful units. We're pretty sure that there's plenty more planned for the oil-burner than just an engine swap, so we'll be following closely over the coming week

Top Gear launches website for former subjects in the U.S.

Top Gear's grand plan to help Britain rebuild its empire has taken another baby step today with the launch of the combined U.S./Canadian portal of TopGear.com. The curious thing is that this new Yank-ified version of TopGear.com has absolutely nothing to do with the upcoming Top Gear USA show on NBC. Rather, it's

Don't hassle the Hoff in his Reasonably Priced Car

Just two days after taping the pilot episode of Top Gear USA, Adam Carolla took the proactive approach of revealing who the first Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is before the blogosphere could get those in attendance who signed NDAs to spill the beans. On his radio show Monday morning, Carolla got a caller to cough up the name, and it's none other than auto

Top Gear pilot: That's a wrap!

Filming for the NBC pilot for Top Gear has wrapped. Speculation about the show's format and hosting choices has left Top Gear fans hoping for at least a decent representation of the popular British show. Some of those prayers may be answered , as NBC brought in a number of BBC folks, along with the original Top Gear producer, the assist in the pilot's taping. The show follows the BBC version's format, right down to the set details. Also, <

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