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VW designers explore new shapes for EVs

VW designers explore new shapes for EVs

Volkswagen is developing a fresh design language for a new generation of purpose-built electric vehicles. Klaus Bischoff, VW brand’s head of design, said battery packs make it possible to change the fundamental shape of the vehicle. That will lead to vehicles that are ...

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January 31st, 2017

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Ford drops an engine, lowers the hood on ’18 Mustang

Ford drops an engine, lowers the hood on ’18 Mustang

Ford Motor Co.’s dropping an engine and lowering the hood on the Mustang as part of the venerable pony car’s 2018 model year freshening. The updated Mustang gains a more aggressive look that includes new hood vents and an optional spoiler. It also gets an optional 12-inch ...

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January 17th, 2017

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Fiat Chrysler to stick with its large cars until at least 2020

Fiat Chrysler to stick with its large cars until at least 2020

Fiat Chrysler will refresh and stick with its stable of large cars until at least 2020, two sources told Automotive News. The Dodge Challenger coupe and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans won’t be redesigned onto the automaker’s new Giorgio platform until the ...

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November 7th, 2016

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The Most and Least Reliable Car in Each Class

The Most and Least Reliable Car in Each Class

Reliability is an important consideration when purchasing a vehicle. Not only do reliable vehicles require less maintenance and therefore save time and money, but also they keep a higher resale value. According to Consumer Reports, 19% of new vehicles will have a reliability

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October 28th, 2016

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Photos of the New BMW 5 Series Leak Revealing Baby 7 Series

Photos of the New BMW 5 Series Leak Revealing Baby 7 Series

The new BMW 5 Series is set to be unveiled tomorrow, but photos have leaked onto the Internet ahead of time. Looking more like a baby 7 Series rather than a larger 3 Series, the new BMW 5 Series sedan features a familiar and attractive design with a more aggressive front end

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October 18th, 2016

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All-New 2017 Honda CR-V Debuts with Optional Turbo Engine, Standard Volume Knob

All-New 2017 Honda CR-V Debuts with Optional Turbo Engine, Standard Volume Knob

Honda just unwrapped its brand new 2017 CR-V. This best-selling compact crossover has been completely redesigned, gaining myriad enhancements for the upcoming model year. The 2017 Honda CR-V features a stylish new body, more storage space, a higher-quality interior and ...

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October 17th, 2016

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BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 is a Real Wild Ride

BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 is a Real Wild Ride

The future is looking brighter for motorcyclists thanks to the visionaries at BMW Motorrad who want to “make life a ride” with the VISION NEXT 100 concept, a nifty, self-balancing motorcycle that doesn’t require a helmet. Yep, all you need is a pair of high

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October 16th, 2016

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Toyota And Suzuki Announce Partnership, Leaving Japan’s Auto Industry Perplexed

Toyota And Suzuki Announce Partnership, Leaving Japan’s Auto Industry Perplexed

It came out of nowhere. Last night’s abruptly called press conference by Toyota and mini-vehicle maker Suzuki was one of the strangest affairs I have seen in a while. Why? Because, on the face of it, these two companies have nothing really to share, not to mention the fact ...

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October 15th, 2016

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Here’s Why You Should Never Drive Your Car On Empty

Here’s Why You Should Never Drive Your Car On Empty

Some drivers see their car’s fuel gauge as a nagging parent; it lights up urging you to refuel like your mom or dad would remind you to clean your room. But don’t ignore your car’s insistence on refueling, because you can damage your car by running it on empty. We’ve all ...

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October 13th, 2016

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How Often Should I Change My Car’s Fluids?

How Often Should I Change My Car’s Fluids?

Ask a dozen different people how often you should change your oil and you’ll get a dozen answers. Some stand by the classic 3,000-mile rule-of-thumb, while others posit that modern oils last longer than whatever it was people were using when that informal rule was ...

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October 8th, 2016

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