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More Logical Than Ludicrous: Tesla Semi Will Need to Deliver Reliability More Logical Than Ludicrous: Tesla Semi Will Need to Deliver Reliability
- As dramatic as the surprise unveiling of a second-generation Tesla Roadster was last week, the world does not need yet another electric supercar. What it does need is an alternative for the two-thirds of freight activity that is carried out by pollution- and carbon-dioxide–belching diesel trucks....
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Rad Fox: GMC Debuts Wildly Retro Desert Fox Concept [Video] Rad Fox: GMC Debuts Wildly Retro Desert Fox Concept [Video]
- Forty years after releasing the original GMC Desert Fox pickup truck and Jimmy Desert Fox SUV, the brand is honoring the super-’70s duo with the Desert Fox Middle East truck concept. The Sierra 1500–based concept vehicle has all the subtlety of off-road-oriented pickups such as the Ford F-150...
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Car and Driver Tested: The 15 Quickest Cars of the 21st Century (So Far) Car and Driver Tested: The 15 Quickest Cars of the 21st Century (So Far)
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Car and Driver Tested: The 15 Quickest Cars of the 21st Century (So Far) Car and Driver Tested: The 15 Quickest Cars of the 21st Century (So Far)
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2019 Lamborghini Huracan: What the Refreshed Entry-Level Lambo May Gain 2019 Lamborghini Huracan: What the Refreshed Entry-Level Lambo May Gain
- Flush with Audi technology and betting the Urus will double company sales, Lamborghini is willing to radicalize the Huracán beyond a typical supercar refresh. - When an updated Huracán arrives in late 2018 or early 2019, it could adapt rear-wheel steering from the Aventador S and a 48-volt electrical...
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Straight to Valhalla: Aston’s Valkyrie Hypercar to Get an Even Faster Track-Only Sibling Straight to Valhalla: Aston’s Valkyrie Hypercar to Get an Even Faster Track-Only Sibling
- The Aston Martin Valkyrie, the co-production with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team, looks set to become the fastest ever production car when it goes on sale. But if that’s not enough, Aston has announced plans for an even more extreme, track-only version. - - It’s dubbed the Valkyrie AMR Pro,...
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2018 Mazda 6: It’s Turbo Time 2018 Mazda 6: It’s Turbo Time
- Mazda’s mid-size sedan has gone under the knife for the third time in five model years. The 2018 Mazda 6 sports refreshed looks, a new interior, and a completely revamped powertrain lineup that ought to keep the shapely sedan relevant in the face of stiff competition from the all-new Honda Accord...
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Dubai-ous Artwork: One-Off McLaren 720S Immortalizes City’s Skyline Dubai-ous Artwork: One-Off McLaren 720S Immortalizes City’s Skyline
- It might not be as big or aggressive as the wing on the just-introduced 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, but the rear spoiler on this bespoke McLaren 720S is just as special and far more rare. It features a painted-on graphic that mimics the famously tall and ever changing Dubai skyline, a feature handcrafted...
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Sexy Sedans and Brute Utes: Infiniti Design Chief Talks Flagships Sexy Sedans and Brute Utes: Infiniti Design Chief Talks Flagships
- Now that the towering Infiniti QX80 SUV finally looks suitable to serve as a flagship of the SUV lineup, we posed some questions to Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti’s head of design. The brand has gone without a proper flagship sedan since the Q45 departed in 2006, so we asked what plans the company might...
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Feds Take Hands-Off Approach to Driverless Tech, Worrying Consumer Groups Feds Take Hands-Off Approach to Driverless Tech, Worrying Consumer Groups
- Most Americans aren’t ready to trust self-driving vehicles. If that’s going to change as automated travel nears, consumer advocates say that federal regulators responsible for protecting the motoring public must set and enforce rigorous safety standards for the fledgling technology. But there...
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