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Down but not out, Lincoln will show the all-new 2017 Continental next year in Detroit

Lincoln will present the production version of the Continental concept early next year at the Detroit Motor Show. The Continental's design will only be toned down slightly in its transition from a show car to a production model.
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Blood Type Racing turns the Hyundai Veloster into a 500-hp beast in time for SEMA

Chicago-based tuner Blood Type Racing will introduce a tricked-out Hyundai Veloster Turbo during the SEMA show. Dubbed R-Spec, the hatchback gains a full body kit and a re-engineered turbo four that pumps out over 500 horsepower.
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GM unveils performance parts for the 2016 Chevy Camaro

The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be offered with a line of factory performance parts, including exhaust, suspension, and brake upgrades. There will be plenty of cosmetic accessories, too.
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Neiman Marcus elevates the Ford Mustang to Hellcat status with a 700-hp limited-edition

Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus has introduced a limited-edition Ford Mustang Convertible powered by a 700-horsepower V8. Limited to just 100 examples, the roughly $100,000 Mustang can reach 60 mph from a stop in 3.5 seconds.
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VW US chief: ‘Rogue’ German engineers responsible for deceitful emissions software

At a congressional hearing on Thursday, Volkswagen Group of America CEO Michael Horn apologized for the recent dieselgate scandal. He also said many older TDIs will need a costly retrofit, while newer 2015 models will get a software fix…
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Volvo, Google, and Mercedes-Benz will accept liability in self-driving car accidents

Volvo, Google, and Mercedes-Benz all have stated they will accept full responsibility in self-driving car accidents. By acknowledging responsibility, these automakers could push regulation along for autonomous vehicles.