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LaFerrari, Tesla, Mustang, and More: Our 45 Hottest Photos of the Year! LaFerrari, Tesla, Mustang, and More: Our 45 Hottest Photos of the Year!
                                             
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The Long, Sordid Tale of Our Road Trip Through Frozen Hell with the Best and Worst Station Wagons in the World The Long, Sordid Tale of Our Road Trip Through Frozen Hell with the Best and Worst Station Wagons in the World
Those of you who follow our 24 Hours of LeMons coverage should be familiar with the harrowing, yearlong tale of the worst car in LeMons racing history (and, perhaps, in human history). Short version, this 1986 Plymouth Reliant-K station wagon crisscrossed the continent in 2013, racking up more than...
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Massive Mountain of Salt Buries Gaggle of Acuras and Hondas at Chicago Dealership Massive Mountain of Salt Buries Gaggle of Acuras and Hondas at Chicago Dealership
Now isn’t that nice? McGrath Acura in Chicago, Illinois, received a free—that’s f-r-e-e—salt treatment for the north end of its parking lot yesterday from its neighbor, the Morton Salt Company, when the south wall of the adjacent salt-storage facility collapsed. And it hadn’t even snowed!...
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Spendy, Special-Edition Snake: Shelby to Offer 50th Anniversary 427 Cobra Spendy, Special-Edition Snake: Shelby to Offer 50th Anniversary 427 Cobra
Over five decades ago, when Carroll Shelby wedged a Ford 260 V-8 into an AC Ace, who would’ve thunk the damn-hard-to-kill Shelby would be in the ground, yet new Cobras bearing his name would still be available for sale? Yet they are. A year after Shelby American announced the 50th Anniversary 289...
Spendy, Special-Edition Snake: Shelby to Offer 50th Anniversary 427 Cobra »
Watch a 105-Year-Old Engine that You Start with a Blowtorch Do Its Thing Watch a 105-Year-Old Engine that You Start with a Blowtorch Do Its Thing
The more we change, the more we stay the same. You’re looking at a Blackstone oil engine. The 10-horsepower monstrosity was built in 1909 and spent most of its days pumping water from a river to a small garden before some devious soul detonated some explosives in the cylinder in the 1920s. It was...
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2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8 AWD – Instrumented Test 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8 AWD – Instrumented Test
                     
2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8 AWD – Instrumented Test »
Dodge Charger Cop Car Tested with AWD and a Hemi Dodge Charger Cop Car Tested with AWD and a Hemi
Driving a Dodge Charger Pursuit demonstrator painted to resemble a real police car, complete with operating lights and sirens, can be a strange experience, as we noted the last time we did this with a 2012 model. People—other drivers—assume things when they see it simply going down the road or...
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E[gg]-class: Mercedes Teases Crazy-Looking, Autonomous CES Concept E[gg]-class: Mercedes Teases Crazy-Looking, Autonomous CES Concept
Mercedes-Benz has rewarded its loyal Facebook followers with an early glimpse of its upcoming autonomous vehicle concept, or at least its arching roof, nearly a week before its official debut. That will take place during Daimler AG Chairman Dieter Zetsche’s keynote speech at the International Consumer...
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2015 Ram ProMaster City – First Drive Review 2015 Ram ProMaster City – First Drive Review
                                      
2015 Ram ProMaster City – First Drive Review »
The Final Tally: It Cost America $9.3 Billion to Save GM and Chrysler The Final Tally: It Cost America $9.3 Billion to Save GM and Chrysler
General Motors and Chrysler are profitable, healthy businesses cranking out some of their best products in decades. And they should be—the government intervention to rescue them from bankruptcy cost American taxpayers $9.3 billion. That’s the final number from the U.S. Treasury’s Automotive...
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