Tesla workers claim recent purge actually cost-cutting layoffs

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Jaguar considers borrowing SVX badge for off-road package

Design boss Ian Callum suggests the street-focused marque could borrow off-road tech from Land Rover.

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Lamborghini completes Urus production line

The plant expansion took just 18 months.

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GM preparing to test fully autonomous vehicles in Manhattan

New York City represents a particularly challenging environment compared to the sunny snow-free locations that attract most autonomous testing programs.

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Polestar 2 to take on Model 3 in 2019, followed by electric SUV

The standalone brand will shift away from the traditional ownership model, instead embracing online ordering and a subscription plan with Phone-As-Key technology for easy sharing.

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2018 Ford Mustang GT gets custom Michelin summer tire option

Mustang GT buyers will soon have a new summer tire option.

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Spied: 2019 Jeep Cherokee refresh

Jeep's controversial SUV gets a new face.

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Polestar 1 debuts with 600-horsepower hybrid powertrain

The 2+2 Grand Tourer Coupe will represent a halo car for Volvo Car Group's standalone performance marque.

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Volkswagen shifting Golf production from Mexico to Europe?

The next Golf will again be imported from Europe.

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Volkswagen confirms new Jetta for Detroit debut

The Jetta GLI will be replaced in early 2019.


Never-registered 1997 McLaren F1 up for grabs

You could become the first person to register this 1997 McLaren F1. It has 148 miles on the odometer, which accounts for testing at the factory and transportation. The interior is still factory-wrapped, and the owner -- a Japanese businessman -- apparently never even sat in it. Its price hasn't been made public yet.   http://bit.ly/2yP3ob5


PSA to cut 400 jobs in England

Peugeot-Citroen will cut 400 jobs at a Vauxhall factory in Ellesmere Port, England. A spokesperson for the company said the job cuts are painful but necessary to ensure the factory remains open and profitable.   


Citroen mulls WRC-inspired C3

Citroen could return to the hot hatch segment with a WRC-inspired hot hatch based on the brand-new C3. The brand's R&D department is currently brainstorming ideas, but the model hasn't been approved for production yet.   http://bit.ly/2hLcaM9


Second-gen Audi A7 debuting on October 19

Audi will present the second-generation A7 at a private event held in its home town of Ingolstadt, Germany, on October 19th. The reveal is scheduled for 7 pm CET, according to the automaker, and enthusiasts can stream it live by going to the official Audi website.   


End of an era: Australian vehicle manufacturing comes to a close

The closing of the Holden Elizabeth plant in South Australia this Friday will mark the end of automotive manufacturing in the country. The facility produced the Holden Commodore, which was exported to America under the Chevrolet SS nameplate (and previously the Pontiac G8). The shuttering of the facility will mark the end of the SS and its companion vehicle, the law-enforcement-spec Caprice.   http://bit.ly/2hJneJC