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GM: "Nothing keeps us from going back" to Europe

General Motors essentially pulled out of Europe when it sold its Opel and Vauxhall divisions to Paris-based Peugeot... READ STORY

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Chevrolet gives us a taste of the new 2019 Silverado

The truck's full reveal will take place at the Detroit Auto Show.

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Mazda survey finds most people still want to drive

Even in the face of autonomous technology, a majority of respondents believe in joy through driving.

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Toyota 86 gets new amenities in GT trim level

Now you can enjoy the drive even when you're not carving canyons.

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Electric Audi fastback in the works

The coupe-like four-door will use the Porsche Mission E's platform.

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Geely to take stake in Daimler after all?

The company is resorting to buying shares on the open market, according to Chinese media outlets.

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BMW on track to become China's top luxury brand

Audi sales have reportedly been hit by a dealer revolt, while Mercedes-Benz could be a contender for the top spot next year with a 22-percent jump in deliveries so far in 2017.

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Toyota teases GR Super Sport Concept

The concept appears to be an endurance racer, hinting at Toyota's entry in the 24 Hours of Nurburgring.

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Ford relocating autonomous, EV teams closer to Detroit

The company wants its teams to be directly exposed to "urban mobility challenges" that apparently don't exist in Dearborn.

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AAA: Don't waste money on 'recommended' high-octane gas

Testing showed an average 2.7-percent improvement in fuel economy and just 1.4-percent increase in horsepower.

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Mercedes-Benz prepares to launch A-Class in America

Mercedes-Benz is preparing to launch the A-Class in the United States for the first time. The first-ever A-Class sedan will be the company's entry-level model when it goes on sale here next year, slotting below the CLA. "We truly believe that now with the body style we have the right answer for the market," global brand chief Britta Seeger told Automotive News.   

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BMW could become China's top-selling luxury brand

BMW is on its way to setting a sales record in China, Automotive News reports. The company could become China's top-selling luxury car brand this year, ahead of Mercedes-Benz and Audi.   

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Subaru prices WRX STI Type RA, BRZ tS

Subaru has released pricing information for the WRX STI Type RA and the BRZ tS, two limited-edition models it's launching for the 2018 model year. The Type RA costs $49,885 once a mandatory $860 destination charge is factored in. The tS starts at $33,495. Production of each model is limited to 500 examples.   

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Volvo XC90 gets standard third-row seat

The Volvo XC90 now comes with a standard third-row seat. The Swedish brand hopes making all XC90s seven-passenger models will boost sales, which fell slightly this year.   

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Polestar 1 going on sale next year

Polestar will begin taking orders for the 1, its plug-in hybrid coupe, in early 2018. The auto-maker -- which is owned by Volvo parent company Geely -- has also confirmed it will open the first standalone Polestar dealerships halfway through 2019. The United States and China will get some of the first stores.   

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You could be this Lancia Stratos' new owner

There is a Lancia Stratos currently listed for sale on website Bring a Trailer. Built in 1974, it's a two-owner car with 44,000 original miles that has never been raced. Bidding is currently up to $311,000 with about six days left before the end of the auction, so this rare Italian could cross the $500,000 threshold.   

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Tax bill allegedly retains EV credit

The government's new tax bill keeps the $7,500 credit given to buyers who purchase an electric car, according to an anonymous source who spoke to Bloomberg. The House proposed getting rid of the credit as part of a broader tax cut plan.   

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Alpine begins A110 production

Alpine has started building the A110, its first car since the mid-1990s, in its historic Dieppe, France, factory. The company invested over 35 million euros (about $41 million) into the facility to build the Porsche Cayman-fighting coupe.   

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