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  • Lincoln Continental Revived As A Concept Sedan Looking East

    Giving new life to an iconic name is tough, but the struggling Lincoln brand is trying to do just that with the new Continental concept car — another bet on defining a 21st-century mission for Ford's luxury brand, with an eye toward growing in the world's most bustling luxury car market, China.

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  • Watch a hot lap in the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V

    I'm writing this brief article from an airplane having just sampled the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V. So... how was it?

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  • This Ford GT Has Fewer Miles Than You Walk in a Day — And a Huge Price

    It's not uncommon for a few modern speculators to buy rare models and then park them in hopes of profiting off vehicles with nearly no mileage. This 2006 Ford GT will test the market at Auctions America this weekend looking for half a million dollars — in return for a tiny number on the odometer.

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  • New 2016 Mercedes GLE-Class SUV comes to replace your ML-Class

    Where it once stood alone, the Mercedes-Benz midsize SUV is now one of roughly 20 such models for sale in the United States. And despite having its best sales year ever in 2014 — at 46,726 copies — the M-Class was passed by the BMW X5 and the lighter, less expensive models from Asian luxury makes.

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  • On the Road In Mercedes Sci-Fi Self-Driving Car of 2030

    The vision of a city filled with cars that tell pedestrians when to cross — and perhaps block out the world from its passengers — is closer than you think.

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  • 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class To Expand Safety, Self-Driving, Self-Parking Capabilities

    The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan will be officially unveiled next January at the Detroit Auto Show, but from the number of spy shots already published, it's pretty obvious that it'll have a strong family resemblance to the S-Class and C-Class before it. Several of the new technologies expand…

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  • Sergio Marchionne: Ferrari IPO Worth 'At Least' $11B

    Since late last year, we've known parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE: FCAU] is planning to take Ferrari public on the New York Stock Exchange. Piero Ferrari will his retain the ten-percent personal stake in the company his father Enzo founded, and 80 percent will be distributed among…

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  • Riding Harley-Davidson's New Street 750 In SoCal: Video

    Calling the Harley-Davidson Street 750 crucial to the company's survival might be a bit of overstatement. But not by much.   

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  • TrunkMonkey is the Inflatable Solution to Your Bike Rack Woes

    Necessity is the mother of invention, and for one college student, Tyler Nelson, necessity helped create this. Meet the TrunkMonkey, an inflatable bike carrier designed to fit on any vehicle and accommodate any traditional bike frame.  Nelson thought of the idea after riding his bike home from…

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  • Clarkson, Hammond, And May Potentially Blocked From New Show

    One place it seems that it won't be airing is on British television network ITV. Despite the fact that the group have reportedly been engaged in discussions with ITV, their prior contracts restrict them from creating a motoring show on a rival British network until 2017. It's been rumored for a…

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  • The Original Hellcat, the Coronet Super Bee 440 Six Pack

    At the height of the original muscle car wars during the late 1960s to early 1970s, Chrysler was a force to be reckoned with. Between the Charger, Challenger, Barracuda, and Daytona, Chrysler constantly kept Ford and Chevy on their heels. Both the 440ci “Six Pack” V8 and the 427ci Hemi V8 engines…

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  • Singer Reimagines The Porsche Targa

    The man behind those gorgeous Singer machines (and no we don't mean classic sewing machines) is Rob Dickinson. It's immediately clear that the man knows Porsche 911 products inside and out, and he applies this knowledge to help shape the cars he builds for his customers.

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  • The Realities of Riding

    How many times have you heard the statements

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  • All-new Volvo XC90 blazes trail to the Swedish brand’s future

    “All new.” It’s one of the most abused phrases in automotive marketing; we’ve seen it applied to as little as a nip-and-tuck facelift with a new radio and restyled headlights. But if any car real...

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  • Anki Overdrive Brings Slot Cars to a Younger Generation

    If you’re of a certain age, you’ll likely remember sitting on the living room floor, remote control triggers in hand, racing slot cars against friends and family. Today’s youth still sit on the living room floor, but mostly in front of an Xbox or Playstation.  One company hopes to change…

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  • Love It Or Hate It, The Jeep Cherokee's New Look Isn't Going Anywhere

    As much as humankind hungers for variety and change, there's a part of us that appreciates consistency. We cherish having our tailgate cookouts at the same spot before every home game, we love the soup that our great aunts make for Thanksgiving, even though it's not as good as it used to be -- all…

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  • Honda Civic Type R Production Gets Underway In U.K.

    Production of Honda’s new Civic Type R hot hatch is finally underway at the Honda plant in Swindon, England. The plant is the global hub for the Civic Hatchback, meaning it will also be supplying the United States with cars once the new Civic range goes on sale here in the fall. The Type R is set…

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