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Chrysler says it has no plans to bring a Hellcat 300 to U.S. market

Skepticism regarding rumors that the Chrysler 300 would be the next U.S. model to receive FCA's 6.2L supercharged Hellcat V8 turned out to be warranted as company representatives have since denied any plans to bring such a model to market in America, Jalopnik reports.   http://bit.ly/2fiib5J

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Forza Motorsport 7 demo officially available

The demo for Microsoft/Turn 10's Forza Motorsport 7 was officially released Tuesday. It is available for the Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.   http://bit.ly/2fih85N

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Level three Bentley coming in 2019

Bentley will begin offering cars with level three autonomy in 2019, Automotive News has learned. The technology -- which is similar to what's offered on the newest Audi A8 -- will make its debut in a new model, not in an existing car.   

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Mitsubishi to revive Evolution nameplate in Tokyo

Mitsubishi will introduce a sporty crossover at this year's Tokyo Auto Show. The design study wears the e-Evolution nameplate, which indicates it will be a high-performance model. The dark teaser image published by Mitsubishi suggests the concept is still far from production.   

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Citroen C5 to return in 2020

Citroen's C5 sedan recently died without a successor. Many assumed it wouldn't be replaced, the segment it competes in is shrinking at an alarming rate, but company CEO Linda Jackson has confirmed the model will return in 2020.   

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Toyota creates GR sub-brand

Toyota has launched a performance-oriented sub-brand named GR in its home country of Japan. It's too early to tell whether GR models will be sold in the United States.   

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Volvo to double investment in U.S. plant?

Volvo will allegedly spend more on its first American factory than executives expected. The Post and Courier reports the Swedish company will invest an additional $500 million to add a second assembly line to the facility.   

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Volvo's first U.S. factory on track for 2018 inauguration

Volvo remains on track to inaugurate its very first American assembly line in late 2018, sources close to the company report. The facility will build the next-generation S60, among other models.   

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Volkswagen Golf getting RS3's turbo five?

Volkswagen could introduce a high-performance Golf variant positioned above the R after all. German magazine Auto Bild reports the German brand is working on stuffing a 420-horsepower evolution of the Audi RS 3's turbo five under the Golf's hood.   

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Mazda not looking for partners to build next rotary sports car

Mazda split the cost of developing the Miata with Fiat, but it's not interested in creating a similar partnership to bring a rotary-engined sports car to the market. "Currently we have absolutely no plans to make any such alliances," a spokesperson for the company told Auto Express.   

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