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  1. STUD or DUD: Does The All-new BMW M5's Exhaust Sound AWESOME or AWFUL?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | AutoSpies

    It was loved because it featured a super powerful motor and brought back the company's classic styling. It was hated because it was considered a bit too soft and the exhaust seemed a bit muffled by the turbocharged eight-cylinder engine.

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  2. Car models that are going away in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 13 | USA Today

    Chevrolet SS. The big, powerful SS was a favorite among performance fans. It was close to the Caprice, the police version.

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  3. The One Thing We Don't Know About Tesla's New SemiRead the original story

    Yesterday | Popular Mechanics

    Elon Musk hyped up almost every bit of the new Tesla Semi except the most crucial detail - the truck's weight. Last month, Tesla unveiled the next step in its vision of electrifying the future of transportation : the Tesla Semi, a battery-powered truck capable of hauling cargo across the country.

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  4. Watch Some Cars Get Destroyed by a Wrecking BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Popular Mechanics

    Seeing cars get destroyed isn't usually entertaining, but when a four-ton wrecking ball is involved, it's hard not to be at least a little bit interested. The Slow Mo Guys on YouTube decided it would be a good idea to smash a couple of cars using a wrecking ball while filming it all in super slow motion for us to enjoy.

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  5. Is Premium Fuel Worth the Cost? Yes and NoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Popular Mechanics

    A lot of cars on sale today recommend that you fill up with premium-grade fuel , but don't require it. If you own, or have driven, one such car, you've probably wondered what benefits premium fuel provides and if it's worth the extra cost.

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  6. How To Load Up Your Bug-Out VehicleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Popular Mechanics

    You'll need more than a bug out bag when disaster strikes-even if you have food, water, clothing and shelter, none of that matters if you don't have a way out. We packed all the essentials into the first-ever Ford EcoSport, turning the crossover into the ultimate go vehicle.

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  7. Subaru announces STI Type RA, BRZ pricing, a Nissan review moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    It appears as though the Daily Drive-Thru has come to the proverbial end of the road. What began as the Daily News Autos' daily roundup of the latest news from around the automotive world conceived two years ago has since morphed into a roundup of the day's latest news, reviews, galleries and video stories from the Daily News Autos team.

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  8. BMW poised to become China's No. 1 luxury brandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Automotive News

    BMW's sales in China rose 12 percent in November to 55,293 vehicles -- a result that positions the automaker to be China's top-selling luxury brand this year. In the same period, Audi sales rose 6.5 percent to 56,208 units while Mercedes-Benz's brand registrations increased 22 percent to 50,813.

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  9. Opel will shorten workers' hours in restructuringRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Automotive News

    The deal is aimed at cutting costs after PSA acquired the money-losing automaker from General Motors earlier this year. Opel said it has agreed with IG Metall to trim hours in the engineering and administration departments for at least six months starting Jan 1. Starting April 1, the work week will also be shortened to 35 hours, Opel and PSA said in a statement Friday.

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  10. BlackBerry, Denso partner to create better instrument, infotainment systemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Automotive News

    BlackBerry, a former smartphone-maker, ditched its hardware business last year in favor of its growing software business. Photo credit: BlackBerry BlackBerry Ltd. has teamed with Japanese Tier 1 supplier Denso to develop what they say is the world's first integrated automotive human machine interface platform, which promises to lower costs for increasingly complex instrument clusters and infotainment systems.

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  11. Ala. dealership cited for safety violations after 3 employee deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Automotive News

    U.S. federal safety regulators proposed penalizing an Alabama dealership $152,099 following an investigation into a flash fire that killed three employees and injured two more. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued three safety citations - one willful, two serious - last week against Carl Cannon Inc. in Jasper, Ala., for failing to implement a chemical hazard communication program, improperly storing flammable liquids and allowing the use of unauthorized electrical receptacles and equipment in hazardous areas.

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  12. 2018 Cadillac CTS in Depth: Sport Sedan, Hold the LuxuryRead the original story

    Yesterday | Car and Driver

    In a field of luxury sports sedans that are canted more toward the posh end of that space, the Cadillac CTS is a breath of fresh air for driving enthusiasts. Its rear-wheel-drive layout, balanced chassis, and direct steering make quick work of curvy back roads.

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  13. Historic Willow Run Site Now Testing Autonomous Cars in Bad WeatherRead the original story

    Yesterday | Car and Driver

    A test track for connected and autonomous vehicles built on the grounds of a dilapidated auto factory in southeastern Michigan has officially opened for business, and perhaps at the perfect time. Operations at the American Center for Mobility began just as the winter's first major snowstorm hit the state.

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  14. Aston Martin owners rev up for possible sale or stock IPORead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Autoblog

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  15. Keep your hands on the wheel with the best iPhone X car mountsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Digital Trends

    Consumers have already gotten their hands on Apple's newest smartphone, the iPhone X . While users are enjoying the top-tier camera and the animated emojis, the entire aftermarket industry is in a frenzied race to launch accessories such as chargers, screen protectors, cases, and car mounts.

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  16. Ford to Relocate Electric and Autonomous Vehicle Team to DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Motor Trend

    Ford is moving about 220 employees who work on the development of electric and autonomous vehicles to a former factory in Detroit, taking a page from its past to make the vehicles it needs to succeed in the future. The EV and AV business and strategy team, or Team Edison, will continue its work in the three-floor, 110-year-old historic brick building, CEO Jim Hackett and Executive Chairman Bill Ford announced at an event in the former factory in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, which gets its name from immigrants from County Cork, Ireland, who settled there.

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  17. Uber is Officially Involved in a Federal Criminal InvestigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Motor Trend

    Earlier this week, news broke that Uber had erroneously charged one user the equivalent of $14,000 for a 21-minute ride across Toronto. But while that was bad for public relations, the latest Uber news could be much worse for the company.

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  18. Toyota Gazoo Racing Teases the GR Super Sport ConceptRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Motor Trend

    A few months ago, Toyota officially launched a new sporty sub-brand, the GR Sport Series , in Japan. Built in partnership with Gazoo Racing, Toyota's motorsports division, the GR Sport Series is supposed to inject a much-needed dose of fun into Toyota's mostly dull lineup.

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  19. Aston Martin Considers Return of V12 VantageRead the original story

    Yesterday | Motor Trend

    Aston Martin debuted a new Vantage with a twin-turbo V-8 packing 503 hp last month. But those who miss the Vantage's bigger powerplant can still hold out hope for a revival.

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  20. Alpine A110 Enters Production in Dieppe, FranceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Motor Trend

    Renault inaugurated the Alpine A110 production line earlier this week in Dieppe, northern France. Dieppe is the home of the Alpine brand and is where the original A110 Berlinette was built nearly 50 years ago.

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