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Lamborghini reveals Huracán Super Trofeo EVO

The new body kit maintains the same level of downforce but with higher overall aerodynamic efficiency.

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Waymo demands $2.6B for one of several claims in Uber suit

Waymo is currently pursuing nine claims and has asked a judge for permission to further expand the scope of the lawsuit.

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BMW i3 to get 150-mile battery in 2018?

Rumors suggest BMW is planning more incremental improvements to better compete with the Nissan Leaf and other upcoming long-range EVs.

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Austrian startup reveals battery-powered Hummer H1

Naturally, Arnold Schwarzenegger was present at the debut event.

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Spied: 2019 BMW X3 M

BMW is giving the M treatment to its new X3.

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Ford to temporarily shutter 5 plants as demand slacks

Ford is adding some downtime to five of its North American plants. Ford to temporarily shutter 5 plants as demand slacks

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Electric bus sets record with 1,100 miles on a single charge

The previous record of 1,014 miles was set in 2011 by a purpose-built single-seat prototype.

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Mitsubishi teases e-Volution electric 'SUV coupe'

As promised, the Evo badge has been reimagined for a high-performance electrified crossover.

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McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo is a look at 2030

The Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo is a virtual peek at what a McLaren might look like in 2030.

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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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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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