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Uber execs plotted 'faketesla' rumor over Autopilot doubts

Former autonomous project head Anthony Levandowski apparently did not believe Tesla could use radar and cameras to replace lidar technology.

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Ferrari Enzo designer Ken Okuyama teases one-off V12 supercar

The 'Kode 0' will be officially unveiled at a Monterey Car Week event, on display alongside the stylish Kode57 that debuted last year.

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Ford, DHL unveil Work XL electric delivery van

The Ford Transit chassis has been modified to fit battery modules up to 90-kWh, providing up to 124 miles of all-electric range.

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FCA joins BMW, Intel, Mobileye to develop autonomous platform

The move potentially provides FCA with an alternative path to autonomous technology aside from the existing partnership with Waymo.

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Aston Martin announces Vanquish Speedster, Shooting Brake

Both models were developed jointly with Zagato

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Mercedes-Benz rules out convertible crossover

"What for? To sell 500 cars or whatever?"

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BMW posts a 'whiff' of the next Z roadster

The successor to the current Z4 will be fully revealed on August 17.

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Volkswagen teases T-Roc ahead of official unveiling [Video]

Unlike many other VW models, the T-Roc will apparently retain some of the concept's bold design elements.

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Chevy introduces new base model Tahoe for 2018

Those that want a Tahoe on a budget will soon have a new option.


GM to be removed from Toronto Stock Exchange

GM announced Wednesday that it applied (and received approval) to be removed from the Toronto Stock Exchange. "Given the relatively low trading volume of its shares on the TSX and the fact that GM's NYSE listing provides its shareholders with sufficient liquidity, the company believes that the costs associated with maintaining a dual listing are no longer justified," the company said in the announcement.   


Merkel predicts the end of non-electrified cars

German chancellor Angela Merkel predicts gasoline- and diesel-powered cars will ultimately cease to exist. Merkel -- who hopes to get re-elected next month -- told members of the media that she can't predict when the technology will go extinct.   


Next BMW M5 to debut on August 21

BMW has announced the next generation of the M5 will make its debut online on August 21st. The super-sedan is expected to pack about 600 horsepower from a twin-turbocharged V8 engine. It's getting all-wheel drive, too.   


Aston Martin shows Zagato-designed Speedster

Aston Martin has collaborated with coachbuilder Zagato to turn the Vanquish into the sleek-looking Speedster. Powered by a V12 engine, the model is limited to just 28 examples, making it the rarest of the recent Zagato-styled Astons.   


Entry-level Volkswagen crossover resurrected?

Volkswagen's on-again, off-again entry-level crossover is finally on its way to production, according to German magazine Auto Bild. Previewed by the Taigun concept (pictured), the up!-based soft-roader will adopt the T-Track nameplate when it arrives in showrooms. However, it won't be sold in the United States due to its size.   


Aston Martin announces Vanquish Shooting Brake

Aston Martin has teamed up with Zagato to build a shooting brake version of the Vanquish. The gorgeous wagon is a limited-edition model, and odds are every single example has already been spoken for.   


Mercedes-Benz rules out convertible SUV

Mercedes-Benz has announced it won't build a convertible SUV to tackle the topless Range Rover Evoque. "We should not do everything," the company summed up.