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Michigan Mega-Dealer Nominated As U.S. Ambassador To Morocco

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Mitsubishi Materials shares drop after units falsify product data

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Self-driving cars programmed to decide who dies in a crash

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How to Transport Your Christmas Tree Safely by Car

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2017 Arizona International Auto Show: 5 Things You Can't Miss

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2017 Los Angeles Auto Show: What to Expect

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Lyft wins permit to test self-driving cars in California

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Genesis Design Chief Tells Us How He’ll Define the New Luxury Brand’s Style
RECENT NEWS Genesis Design Chief Tells Us How He’ll Define the New Luxury Brand’s Style “All-Weather” Tires Explained: Merging All-Seasons and Winter Tires Hot-Hatch Showdown! Ford Focus RS vs. Honda Civic Type R Grand Convertible: Bentley’s Topless Offering Is for the Top of the Top Percentile   Read More ...
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Effect of Trump's attempts to end U.S. climate-change efforts: Twitter poll results
By now it's clear that the Trump Administration is doing everything it can to end U.S. government efforts to address climate change. Climate-science deniers sit in powerful government positions, language on climate change has been eradicated from websites, and the U.S. is now the sole nation in the world that plans to withdraw from the Paris Climate Treaty signed by President Obama in late 2016   Read More ...
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Self-driving cars programmed to decide who dies in a crash
See how self-driving cars prepare for the real world inside a private testing facility owned by Google's autonomous car company, Waymo. USA TODAY. WASHINGTON — Consider this hypothetical: It’s a bright, sunny day and you’re alone in your spanking new self-driving vehicle, sprinting along the two-lane Tunnel of Trees on M-119 high above Lake Michigan north of Harbor Springs. You’re sitting back, enjoying the view   Read More ...
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2019 Infiniti QX50 starts fresh with a new face and trick engine
Last week, Infiniti rolled out the refresh of the big daddy QX80 in Dubai. At this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, the Japanese automaker is poised to reveal something that's bound to be far more mainstream: the 2019 Infiniti QX50 and its trick variable compression turbocharged engine, or VC-T. In addition to the new engine, the QX50 drops rear-wheel drive in favor of an all-new front-wheel-drive platform and gets the new ProPilot assist technology that debuted on the Nissan Leaf   Read More ...
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Volvo Polestar Getting Ready To Compete With Tesla– New EV Factory Begins Construction In China
Volvo is moving full speed ahead with the production of its electric vehicle brand and potential Tesla competitor, Polestar. According to Electrek, the Swedish automaker has broken ground on a new factory in China where these electric cars will be produced. The facility is aptly being called “Polestar Production Centre.’ As Electrek reports, last month, Volvo rebranded the Polestar as a performance electric car brand   Read More ...
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Ford opens first proving ground in China
Ford Motor Co. is opening its first vehicle testing facility in China, the company announced Friday. The new test center in Nanjing, China, where Ford already runs a research and engineering center, is the automaker’s first in the world’s largest auto market. The Nanjing Test Center and accompanying MakeSpace creative hub represent $100 million of the company’s roughly $200 million investment in Nanjing   Read More ...
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Driverless cars could help elderly and disabled who can't drive | The Kansas City Star
They are too old to drive safely or cannot see well enough or otherwise have sound reason to fear climbing behind the wheel of a car. For them, a future when vehicles drive themselves promises unprecedented freedom. This is a good-news story, but one that comes replete with the caveats and worries that people who have traditionally been cut out of the transportation equation - in part or entirely - continue to harbor   Read More ...
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Michigan Mega-Dealer Nominated As U.S. Ambassador To Morocco
David Fischer is one of the biggest car dealers in America. But soon he's going to embark on a new mission as an ambassador. Not a goodwill ambassador or a brand ambassador, but an actual emissary of the United States to one of its key allies in North Africa. Autonews reports that Fischer is being nominated by President Donald Trump to be the next US ambassador in Morocco   Read More ...
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Minivan matchup: Edmunds compares Chrysler Pacifica and Honda Odyssey
There's a reason the cover of a popular driving video game features a Porsche 911 GT2 RS instead of a minivan. One has 700 horsepower and racing stripes. The other reminds you of changing diapers. But when it finally comes time in your life to put down the game controller and face the reality of family-hauling duty, no vehicle is better suited than a minivan   Read More ...
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Volkswagen To Spend Some Serious Cheddar On EVs And Self-Drivers
Volkswagen is pushing hard to establish itself as a major player in several forward-looking technologies, namely electric vehicles, hybrids, and self-driving vehicles. It was recently announced that Volkswagen’s supervisory board approved $40 billion to develop EV, hybrid, and autonomous tech through 2022. As you may have noticed, Volkswagen has been busy reshaping its image with a bevy of electric, hybrid, and autonomous concepts   Read More ...
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Donald Trump Giggles Inside as Nissan Considers New U.S. Production Facility
Nissan has been on such a roll in the U.S. that if it keeps it up, it may be forced to build a new production facility in the country. It’s a tremendous problem to have, one that could be born out of necessity as the automaker’s current facilities in Tennessee and Mississippi are maxed to capacity. Given the situation, the Japanese automaker may have no choice but to take the dive on building a new plant if it wants to meet its long-term goal of helping the mothership, Renault-Nissan, achieve its own goal of selling 14 million vehicles per year by the end of 2022   Read More ...
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Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For An Electric Porsche 911
Our friends over at Autocar recently had a chance to sit down with Porsche CEO Oliver Blume and talk about the brand’s future. During the interview, Blume divulged that while an electrified 911 was indeed on the table, it likely wouldn’t see the light of day for at least a decade. Rumor has it the next-gen 911 is already well on its way, and according to Blume, it’s being developed with the possibility for electrified power   Read More ...
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2018 Aston Martin Vantage GTE
After no fewer than 12 years on the market, the first-generation Vantage was finally replaced by a brand-new car. Revealed in November 2017, the second-gen Vantage joins the in Aston Martin’s new lineup of cars that use completely new underpinnings and a fresh design language. Alongside the road-going coupe, Aston Martin also unveiled the Vantage GTE race car, which will compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship and at the 24 Hours of Le Mans   Read More ...
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Mahindra Opens Headquarters in U.S., Wants to Sell Electric Cars
Mahindra, one of India’s oldest automobile manufacturers, opened its North American headquarters in Detroit on Monday and announced plans to sell its vehicles in the U.S. soon. According to Anand Mahindra, the company wants to develop new electric cars for the American market. However, its plans are still on the drawing board, with management debating whether the vehicles should be sold under the Mahindra badge or as SsangYong and Pininfarina   Read More ...
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New Nissan engine bids to extend life for internal combustion
BEIJING (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co, an early mover in the electric vehicle market, will use the Los Angeles auto show next week to send a message about gasoline-fueled engines: They’re not dead yet. The QX50 will be the industry’s first use of a variable compression ratio system. The engine has a maximum thermal efficiency of around 40 percent, as much as twice the level of current gasoline engines in the industry, which average around 20 to 30 percent   Read More ...
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Fox News Judge Clocked Doing 119 MPH In 65 Zone
TV judge and Fox News host Jeanine Pirro will be on the other side of the courtroom after being clocked driving 119 mph in a 65 mph zone in New York’s Tioga County. NY Daily News claims that Pirro was driving a Cadillac at the time and was stopped by a trooper at approximately 1:15 pm on Sunday afternoon. The 66-year-old claims she was visiting her sick mother at the time of the infraction   Read More ...
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BMW to spend $237 million on battery cell center
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - BMW will bundle its battery cell expertise in a new competence center, the German luxury carmaker said on Friday, adding it would invest 200 million euros ($237 million) in the site over the next four years. “By producing battery-cell prototypes, we can analyse and fully understand the cell’s value-creation processes. With this build-to-print expertise, we can enable potential suppliers to produce cells to our specifications,” BMW board member Oliver Zipse said in a statement   Read More ...
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Japan’s Mitsubishi Materials reports faked quality data
Tokyo — Mitsubishi Materials Corp., a maker of components used to make autos, aircraft and electricity generation equipment, apologized Friday for faked quality data by some of its subsidiaries. Executives of the company bowed before reporters as they reported on the problem, which was announced Thursday during a public holiday. The company’s share price plunged 11 percent, ending the day down more than 8 percent Friday   Read More ...
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2018 Toyota Rush - interior Exterior and Drive - Dauer: 4 Minuten, 34 Sekunden
2018 Toyota Rush official review Indonesia The 2018 Toyota Rush has been fully unveiled in Indonesia, the biggest market for the seven-seater SUV. The new “Tough dan Dynamic” Rush has a new image, possessing more of an MPV-SUV style compared to the boxy faux 4×4 look of old. We see some Fortuner in the new design – like what you see? The new Rush is powered by a new engine for the model. It’s the 2NR 1.5 litre engine as found in our new Perodua Myvi and the Toyota Avanza, and here the DOHC Dual VVT-i unit makes 104 PS at 6,000 rpm and 136 Nm of torque at 4,200 rpm   Read More ...
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2018 Perodua Myvi - Features, interior Exterior and Drive - Dauer: 11 Minuten
Review, Features, interior, Safety, Engine: Modified Crash Test: intelligent Drive: Local effort, homegrown design While the previous two Myvis were largely based on the Daihatsu Boon (or Sirion outside of Japan), this new one has an upper body and interior that was fully designed by Perodua. It may look similar from certain angles, but the new Myvi is not based on the C-segment Toyota Auris (or Corolla iM in the US), or even the Thai Toyota Yaris. New shape, larger footprint At 3,895 mm long and 1,735 mm wide, the new Myvi is 205 mm longer and 70 mm wider than the previous one   Read More ...
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Mitsubishi Materials says over 200 customers could be affected by data falsification
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Materials Corp () on Friday said it was racing to determine the impact of falsified data of products shipped to over 200 customers at home and abroad, in the latest quality assurance and compliance scandal involving a Japanese manufacturer. Mitsubishi Materials on Thursday said three subsidiaries manipulated inspection data of parts used in aircraft, automobiles and industrial machinery   Read More ...
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2018 Infiniti QX80 – Ready to Fight Range Rover? - Dauer: 4 Minuten, 30 Sekunden
The 2018 Infiniti QX80 evolves Infiniti’s market-leading presence in the full-size luxury SUV segment, and takes Infiniti’s ‘Powerful Elegance’ design language in a bold new direction, creating a powerful, contemporary and commanding aesthetic. With a taut yet comfort-oriented suspension, and ample performance from its 5.6-liter V8 engine, the new QX80 gives drivers an assured feeling of control and confidence at the wheel. Production of the new QX80 is underway at Infiniti’s Kyushu production facility in Japan, and will go on sale in select INFINITI markets including, North America, Western Europe, Asia and the Middle East from the end of 2017.   Read More ...
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Lamborghini Urus (2018) Coming Soon - Dauer: 54 Sekunden
The 2018 Lamborghini Urus is a visionary approach to creating a Lamborghini around the concept of the most versatile vehicle, the SUV. The Urus elevates the SUV to a level not previously possible, the Super SUV. It is a true Lamborghini in terms of design, performance, driving dynamics and emotion as well as being suitable for everyday driving in a range of environments. If you love cars you should subscribe now to YouCar the world famous automotive channel:   Read More ...
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2017 Ford Focus RS vs. 2017 Honda Civic Type R
Making power is but one variable in going fast. The upper echelon of performance—occupied by the mega-output Germans, big-muscled Corvettes and Hellcats, and, of course, Italian exotica—now depends on automatic transmissions, launch control, track-bred tires, and often all-wheel drive to generate stupefying performance. That same phenomenon is just beginning to play out in our beloved hot-hatch segment, a first step on the factory-hot-rod ladder onto which go-fast technology slowly but surely trickles   Read More ...
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Grand Convertible: Bentley’s Topless Offering Is for the Top of the Top Percentile
As hard as it may seem for most of us to believe, there are those who wouldn’t consider a Bentley Continental GT luxurious (or exclusive) enough. Now, for those select few—very few—discerning and eminently wealthy individuals, there’s the new Grand Convertible by Mulliner. Originally previewed as a concept at the 2014 Los Angeles auto show, the Grand Convertible is a droptop version of the Mulsanne, and it is now being put into strictly limited production   Read More ...
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U.S. energy sources and uses: everything you need to know in one lovely chart
One of the interesting side effects of plug-in electric cars turns out to be a greater awareness of energy sources and uses. A 2012 California study, for instance, showed roughly four out of 10 electric-car drivers either had or were considering solar panels to provide electricity to their home. And because electric cars everywhere in the U.S. have lower wells-to-wheels carbon-dioxide emissions than the average new vehicle, their ability to slow those emissions that contribute to climate change is huge   Read More ...
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Tesla Model 3 has 'poor overall initial quality,' analyst says
Tesla’s Model 3. An analyst who tested Model 3s supplied by Tesla has added another downer to Tesla’s ambition to provide sleek electric vehicles to the masses with a $35,000 sedan (Tesla) Tesla Model 3 has ‘poor overall initial quality,’ analyst says By ETHAN BARON. The Mercury News Tesla’s Model 3 problems just got worse. The Palo Alto, Calif., electric-car maker’s entry-level sedan has been the focus of much negative attention of late, after CEO Elon Musk revealed in a recent earnings report that production was at least three months behind schedule   Read More ...
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Nikkei recoups losses on hopes BOJ will buy more ETFs, Mitsubishi Materials dives
TOKYO, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Japan’s Nikkei recouped early losses and ended slightly higher on Friday as expectations that the Bank Of Japan would buy more exchange-traded funds offset drops in automakers. Mitsubishi Materials slumped, however, after it said its subsidiaries had falsified product data, the latest in a series of quality assurance scandals involving Japanese manufacturers. The Nikkei share average ended up 0   Read More ...
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Mitsubishi Materials shares drop after units falsify product data
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Materials Corp () saw its stock fall as much as 11 percent on Friday after it said three subsidiaries had falsified product data, marking the latest in a series of quality assurance scandals involving Japanese manufacturers. Mitsubishi Materials said inspection data was falsified on parts used in aircraft, automobiles and industrial machinery, with potentially more than 250 customers affected   Read More ...
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Driverless cars could help elderly and disabled who can't drive | Idaho Statesman
They are too old to drive safely or cannot see well enough or otherwise have sound reason to fear climbing behind the wheel of a car. For them, a future when vehicles drive themselves promises unprecedented freedom. This is a good-news story, but one that comes replete with the caveats and worries that people who have traditionally been cut out of the transportation equation - in part or entirely - continue to harbor   Read More ...
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Self-driving cars programmed to decide who dies in a crash
See how self-driving cars prepare for the real world inside a private testing facility owned by Google's autonomous car company, Waymo. USA TODAY. WASHINGTON — Consider this hypothetical: It’s a bright, sunny day and you’re alone in your spanking new self-driving vehicle, sprinting along the two-lane Tunnel of Trees on M-119 high above Lake Michigan north of Harbor Springs. You’re sitting back, enjoying the view   Read More ...
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Nikkei eases as automakers drag, Mitsubishi Materials dives
TOKYO, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Japan’s Nikkei share average fell on Friday morning after exporters such as automakers were sold, while Mitsubishi Materials dived after it said its subsidiaries falsified data. The Nikkei declined 0.4 percent to 22,428.83 in midmorning trade, after markets were closed for a national holiday on Thursday. The index is up 0.2 percent so far this week   Read More ...
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Self-driving cars programmed to decide who dies in a crash
See how self-driving cars prepare for the real world inside a private testing facility owned by Google's autonomous car company, Waymo. USA TODAY. WASHINGTON — Consider this hypothetical: It’s a bright, sunny day and you’re alone in your spanking new self-driving vehicle, sprinting along the two-lane Tunnel of Trees on M-119 high above Lake Michigan north of Harbor Springs. You’re sitting back, enjoying the view   Read More ...
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Self-driving vehicles headed to Weymouth
A Boston-based self-driving car firm is headed to the South Shore, where it expects to cart passengers around a former Naval air base turned sprawling development. Optimus Ride has a deal with the developer of Union Point in South Weymouth that will pay it to operate autonomous vehicles as a transportation benefit across the 1,400-acre site. For now, the company is running tests on Union Point’s streets, using two lightweight electronic vehicles that fit four to six passengers   Read More ...
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The fourth industrial revolution is upon us
Driverless cars and trucks rule the road, while robots “man” the factories. Super-smartphones hail Uber helicopters or even planes to fly their owners across mushrooming urban areas. Machines use algorithms to teach themselves cognitive tasks that once required human intelligence, wiping out millions of managerial, as well as industrial, jobs. These are visions of a world remade — for the most part, in the next five to 10 years — by technological advances that form a fourth industrial revolution   Read More ...
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This Jeep CJ-5 "Brew-ser" sets new standard for all home bars
The first thing that Eric Younger wants you to know about his CJ-5-turned-tavern is that no actual Jeeps were harmed in the making of this bar. "No, we did not ruin a Jeep for it. It's built completely out of junk parts, other than the tires and the wheels," he said. Younger owns a 4x4 specialty shop, D and C Extreme in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and built the bar in seven years after his wife had the initial idea for their new home   Read More ...
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Taco Bell Employees Can Get As Much As $4,000 In Discounts On A Chevrolet Corvette
Being an employee of a fast food chain doesn’t traditionally come with a lot of perks. But just in case you’re an employee of Taco Bell, you should know that you qualify for a discount of a little more than $4,000 on a Chevrolet Corvette. Turns out, employees of the fast food restaurant are considered suppliers to General Motors. That designation means that you’re eligible for discounts under GM’s Supplier Pricing scheme   Read More ...
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Infiniti Teases New Car For 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show
Press release INFINITI will reveal an all-new model at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, with world-first technologies, stand-out design and class-leading interior space. The new model will see a fresh interpretation of INFINITI’s distinctive Powerful Elegance design language, characterised by flowing sculptural lines and strong, muscular proportions – presenting a purposeful aura, while hinting at its dynamic capabilities. As Alfonso Albaisa, Senior Vice President, Global Design, has put it: As with all INFINITIs, the new model is a result of inspiration by INFINITI’s desire to drive, expressed with power and artistry   Read More ...
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WalMart’s Pre-Order Of 15 Tesla Semi Trucks Is A Sign Of Faith
Tesla’s quest to become a player in the commercial truck segment is off to a good start. It’s barely been a week since the electric automaker’s new semi trucks were unveiled and the company already has a pre-order of 15 units from Walmart. The world’s biggest retailer is no stranger to commercial trucks with around 6,000 units at its disposal. The new Tesla trucks, though, could be a game-changer for a company as big as Walmart that relies heavily on long-haul deliveries of all of its merchandise   Read More ...
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Ford Delivers Hybrid Police Car To The Boys In Blue
Ford just revealed its new Special Service Plug-In Hybrid Sedan, framed as an efficient means of transport for “police and fire chiefs, detectives, and other non-pursuit law enforcement personnel.” It’s the first-ever plug-in hybrid police vehicle from the Blue Oval, and it comes with the gear to get the job done without burning too much of the dino juice. "The hybrid comes equipped with a plug-in 7   Read More ...
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