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  1. Consumer Reports declines to recommend Tesla Model 3Read the original story

    26 min ago | Green Car Congress

    Consumer Reports, although finding " plenty to like " about the Tesla Model 3, including record-setting range as well as exhilarating acceleration and handling that could make it a healthy competitor to performance-oriented cars such as BMW's 3 Series and the Audi A4, declined to recommend the EV. Consumer Reports said that its testers found big flaws with the vehicle, such as long stopping distances in the emergency braking test and difficult-to-use controls.

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  2. School students pass 'go' and collect a a free carRead the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | District Administration

    AND YOU GET A CAR!-Madison Wilson, a 2017 graduate of West Creek High School, was excited to realize she was the winner of the AP Pass and Go! car last summer. Given the choice of three different models, she drove away in a Toyota Yaris.

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  3. Car dealer ordered to pay $41,999 after Chevrolet Corvette shows defects during first road tripRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Graham Williamson X Factor Cars Limited was ordered to pay John Neale $41,999 after the Chevrolet Corvette he purchased showed defects. Photo / AP An Invercargill car dealer has been ordered to pay $41,999 after a Chevrolet Corvette it sold failed to comply with the guarantee of acceptable quality.

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  4. Courtney Force wins 2nd straight NHRA Funny Car raceRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas

    Force powered her Chevrolet Camaro to a pass of 3.928 seconds at 329.83 mph to defeat defending world champion and teammate Robert Hight in the final round.

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  5. Electric vehicles buggedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Scoop

    A group of citizen scientists are planting tracking devices in electric vans and cars to measure their performance every minute of the day, month and year. It is all part of testing how well the EVs go in New Zealand conditions for work and play, where people drive and charge them, what they cost to run, even how hot their batteries get.

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  6. 2019 ZR1 adds 755 HP to the 2019 lineupRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Hot Rod Magazine

    In 1998, the National Corvette Museum began a tradition called the Birthday Bash to give Corvette fans a peek at next year's models. For the 20th year, the Birthday Bash tradition continues with the unveiling of the 2019 Corvettes.

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  7. LPGA legend Mann diesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Thomasville Times

    The LPGA Tour issued a statement Monday that Mann had died Sunday at her home in The Woodlands, Texas. LPGA Tour officials said a family member notified them of Mann's death.

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  8. Nebraska Public Power Districtnppd unveils new charging station, all-electric vehicleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Electric Energy Online

    You are driving around the Columbus area in your electric or hybrid vehicle and looking for a location to charge the battery. Filling stations for gasoline are easy to find but where does one plug in for a charge? The search for a location to plug in just became a little easier.

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  9. Tesla's new $78,000 Model 3 is incredibly overpricedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Connecticut Post

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk wasn't sufficiently distracted over this past weekend by the royal union of Meghan and Harry to avoid tweeting out some illuminating news about his carmaker's newest effort to arrest a stock slide. Say hello to the performance-spec of the Model 3, a vehicle that was revealed amid considerable hoopla back in 2016 and promises that it would sell for $35,000.

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  10. How To 'Sell' an Electric CarRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | LewRockwell.com

    Electric cars are a great deal . . . when you get someone else to pay for them. This appears to be the only way to convince anyone to buy one.

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  11. Meh Car Monday: All Hail The Toyota Solara, The Fun Car Without The FunRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Jalopnik

    I was driving around the other day when a car caught my attention, and not in the usual way. Normally, cars catch my eye by virtue of them being interesting or unusual, or compelling in some striking way.

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  12. Electric Seats Should Always Be An OptionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Jalopnik

    After recently driving and enjoying the new 2019 Hyundai Veloster last week, one of the many things I couldn't stop thinking about was whether or not the complete lack of electric seats mattered on the fully-loaded Ultimate trim. I've settled my thoughts.

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  13. Putting A Floor-Mounted Ignition Switch On The Saab 9-7X Didn't Make It A Real SaabRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Jalopnik

    Saab was one of those idiosyncratic little carmakers that inspired intense loyalty among its fans, thanks to some genuinely novel engineering, engaging cars, and some charmingly strange quirks. When the corporate giant GM bought out Saab in 2000, it made at least some attempts to keep the Saab spirit alive.

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  14. 2019 Hyundai Veloster is all grown up, but still a bit weird - RoadshowRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | CNET News.com

    Hyundai morphed the Veloster into something that's wildly better to drive, and while it feels more adult, it still hasn't lost that little bit of weirdness that makes it unique. Once you set out on the road, you'll find a solid, competent sports coupe that is ready to compete against some long-time segment darlings.

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  15. This car stole the show at the royal weddingRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | CBS News

    Old British cars are notorious for their electrical problems, but Jaguar put its best foot forward for the royal wedding . Prince Harry and Meghan Markle drove off in the Jaguar E-Type Zero -- a 1968 roadster retrofitted by the luxury manufacturer with an electric motor last year.

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  16. [SPIED] 2019 Corvette Z06 Spotted with a ZR1 Wing and Roll CageRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Corvettes

    Remember the 2011 Corvette Z06X Concept ? Working with Pratt and Miller and utilizing GM Performance Parts, Chevy stripped down a 1LZ Z06, removing the passenger seat, radio, carpeting and sound-deadening materials and then added a roll-cage, racing seat, and full safety harness, as well as beefing up the suspension and adding the carbon fiber aero package. The result was a race-ready Z06 straight from the factory.

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  17. Tesla Model 3 rebuffed by Consumer Reports on slow brakingRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Press-Telegram

    This photo provided by Tesla shows a 2017 Tesla Model 3, a vehicle that has a semiautonomous driving system called Autopilot. Tesla can update the Autopilot software over the air, not necessitating a trip to a service center.

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  18. Honda's hydrogen Clarity clears the airRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Easy Reader News

    ... cars, including a "lane departure warning." But it may not be a feature everyone likes. "When I got my new Civic Hatchback Sport, the lane departure warning came on and I thought I had a flat tire. Now I just have it turned off," Maldonado said. ...

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  19. Subaru: Sedans, Traditional Cars Are Still RelevantRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Motor Trend

    ... come up now. So a good hedge for better economy is having a sedan." "So we still make the Impreza and the Impreza hatchback," Infante pointed out as examples. "They do get better gas mileage than say a comparable CUV like the Crosstrek so we do sell ...

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  20. Tesla's high-end Model 3 won't come cheapRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Boy Genius

    In something of a classic Tesla move, Elon Musk over the weekend announced a new Model 3 that features a dual-motor and all-wheel drive alongside a new Model 3 performance model. Now why is this a classic Tesla move, you might be wondering? Well, what other car company on the planet would announce a few new variants of a car when they're still struggling to ramp up production on the entry-level model? Indeed, Tesla's ambition in this regard is why some people absolutely love the company and why others believe it's destined to fail.

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