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Jaguar teases upcoming XF Sportbrake

Jaguar's next wagon might be sold in North America.

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Nissan forms new division to accelerate Nismo development

The company promises to expand the Nismo model range and bring the vehicles to more markets.

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Waymo opens test program to Phoenix residents

Anyone from the city can now apply to participate in Waymo's 'early rider' program.

21 5h

Land Rover not happy about Chinese Evoque clone

There's little the British company can do to protect its intellectual property in the world's biggest car market.

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Nissan prices 2017 Rogue Sport

The Rogue Sport slots neatly between the Juke and the regular Rogue in terms of price and size.

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Amazon latest tech giant to dabble in autonomous vehicles

The online retailer is reportedly exploring how autonomous technology could help deliver packages.

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Tesla to double Superchargers in 2017, promises 'never wait'

California alone will receive more than 1,000 new Supercharger sites this year.

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Muscle cars, pickups extend GM-Ford rivalries to China

The Mustang and Camaro will help Detroit automakers take advantage of China's growing interest in American muscle.

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Supreme Court declines to hear GM's ignition switch appeal

Various claims could be worth billions of dollars, but plaintiffs must still prove the merits of their cases.


GM fires nearly 2,700 in Venezuela

General Motors has reportedly fired nearly 2,700 employees in Venezuela by sending them a text message, according to sources who spoke to Reuters. The company's Venezuelan plant hasn't produced a car since early 2016, and it was recently seized by the nation's government.   http://reut.rs/2pcLvLA


Honda to bring back Passport nameplate?

A trademark application suggests Honda could resurrect the Passport nameplate. Launched in 1993, the Passport was a badge-engineered Isuzu Rodeo, and Honda's first entry into the light truck segment. The 21st century Passport could be a short-wheelbase variant of the Pilot.   http://bit.ly/2pct0qD


Nissan prices 2017 Rogue Sport

The new Nissan Rogue Sport will arrive in showrooms next month. Pricing starts at $22,380 after a mandatory $940 destination charge is factored in. Front-wheel drive comes standard, and customers can add all-wheel drive for $1,350.   


Mercedes-AMG to open standalone showrooms in the UK

Mercedes-AMG will open a standalone showroom in the United Kingdom before the end of the year. Standalone stores are becoming a popular way for AMG to distance itself from parent company Mercedes-Benz. The brand already operates a standalone showroom in Tokyo, and it will soon open one in Sydney, Shanghai, and Abu Dhabi.   http://bit.ly/2oZFgwf


Mercedes celebrates test track's 50th

Mercedes-Benz is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its test track in Stuttgart, Germany. The facility boasts 15.5 kilometers' worth of test tracks including a crosswind section, a slalom section, and a steep-bank curve. Mercedes has regularly updated the facility over the past five decades.   


Porsche dealers asking for Panamera five-seater

Porsche dealers in the United States are asking the company to build a five-seater version of the Panamera sedan. If approved, the sedan will receive the Sport Turismo model's 4+1 seating configuration. A final decision on whether to give dealers a five-seater model hasn't been made yet.   http://bit.ly/2oZUiSn