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Lamborghini teases Urus 'Terra' driving mode [Video]

The Raging Bull promises the Urus can take on "challenging off-road tracks" or glittering city streets.

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GMC unveils Sierra 2500HD concept with tank-like tracks

Old Man Winter doesn't stand a chance.

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Lincoln MKC gets facelift, modern safety tech

The small crossover adopts a new grille to mesh with the latest Continental, MKZ and Navigator.

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Subaru teases Ascent's third-row ahead of LA unveiling

The Ascent will be Subaru's answer to the Honda Pilot.

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NASA tests titanium chainmail tires for Mars [Video]

The NiTi alloy can withstand extreme deformation without permanent damage, even at high speeds necessary for crewed expedition vehicles.

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Infiniti QX50 teaser highlights new LED headlights

The redesigned crossover will make its first public appearance in Los Angeles.

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Bob Lutz: Tesla won't make it to 2019 [Video]

Bob Lutz predicts Tesla will go out of business next year.

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Safety advocates push for Chrysler Pacifica recall

The Center for Auto Safety has identified at least 50 complaints alleging stalling while underway.

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Aston Martin Vantage returns with 007-inspired looks, AMG power

The updated look takes Aston's design language in a new, less Ford-like direction.


Renault: no plans to return to America

Renault has no plans to return to the United States in the near- or medium-term future. "No, I'm not thinking about that. There is no opportunity for it in this midterm plan," CEO Carlos Ghosn told Automotive News. "Going to the U.S. and selling a few cars is easy. You need to have a real strategy of products and marketing. The U.S. is a very competitive market," he added.   


Will Tesla turn the Roadster into a flying car?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk hinted he could attach rockets to the Roadster to make it fly. "Rocket tech applied to cars opens up revolutionary possibilities," he Tweeted. It's unclear whether he's serious or joking; only time will tell.   


Polestar begins building Chinese factory

Polestar has started building its first-ever standalone factory. Located in China, the facility will be operational halfway through next year. It will include a customer test track, a customer welcome center, and enough production space to build 500 cars annually. More capacity will be added as the company's line-up grows.   


Aston Martin shows new Vantage

Aston Martin has introduced the brand-new Vantage. It gets a re-imagined look inspired by the car created for Spectre and an AMG-sourced 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 rated at 503 horsepower. Deliveries will start in the second quarter of next year.   


BMW updates four-cylinder diesel

BMW has updated the four-cylinder diesel engine it sells in Europe. The company added a second turbocharger to boost response time and fuel economy, but power and torque levels stay the same.   


Hyundai prices 2018 Accent from $15,830

Hyundai's subcompact Accent was redesigned for 2018, and with that makeover comes a $250 price hike for entry-level models. The top-trim Limited model is a bit more dear than its outgoing equivalent at $19,730 (incl. destination)--an increase of $1,400 over the most expensive 2017 model.   


Take a peek inside the new Mercedes-Benz CLS

Mercedes-Benz has released another teaser image to preview the next-generation CLS. The interior receives a wide touch screen borrowed from the S-Class, and the company's Energizing Comfort technology. Full details will be announced in the days leading up to the Los Angeles show.   


Volkswagen launching Polo-based crossover in 2018

Volkswagen will continue its crossover offensive by introducing a Polo-based model next year. The soft-roader was previewed by the T-Cross concept, but it will grow a roof and an additional set of doors on its way to production. "You will wonder whether it's a VW at all," an inside told Auto Express. U.S. sales aren't planned.