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Land Rover’s first crossover coupe may also be the company’s first EV

Land Rover is reportedly planning to build a version of the Range Rover Sport as a four-door coupe, and it may be the world's first taste of an EV JLR model
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Would you buy a new Toyota just for automatic emergency braking?

By the end of 2017 most Toyota and Lexus models will include automatic emergency braking (AEB). Standard technology will include automatic high beams, lane departure alerts, and automatic braking to prevent or mitigate front end collisions.
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Revenge of the Dakota? Ram may get a new midsize truck

Ram could return to the midsize truck market with a Fiat-based model, boss Mike Manley hints. There are no firms plans to do this yet, though, and a new Ram model would compete with Jeep's upcoming pickup.
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Potential Formula One buyers agree on a sale price

Formula One shareholder CVC Capital Partners may sell its 35-percent stake to undisclosed buyers, F1 czar Bernie Ecclestone says. All parties have reportedly agreed on a sale price.
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Wingz and Expedia partner to make travel to and from the airport easier

Hate traveling? Don't. Wingz has integrated with Expedia.com, allowing travelers to seamlessly book airport transportation while simultaneously taking care of their hotel and flight reservations.
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Ford's tiny Fiesta might get a sharp new look and a luxury-focused trim … at least in Europe

Ford is preparing to give the tiny Fiesta a mid-cycle refresh. The sub-compact model will receive a sharper-looking front end inspired by the Focus, and Ford might expand the Euro-spec lineup with a range-topping trim called Vignale.
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While you’re charging your EV, BMW is preparing for a hydrogen future

Hydrogen currently lags behind electric and plug-in hybrid drivetrains in the alternative fuel race, but BMW believes it's quickly catching up. The company tells us where the technology stands today, and where it'll go over the next decade.
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Weekly Rewind: Japanese ‘bots writing books, gene editing, Sony photo awards

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
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Dyson is looking beyond vacuum cleaners to developing electric cars

Dyson is taking the next logical step for a company known for making innovative vacuum cleaners: electric cars. Thanks to a slipup by the U.K. government, the company’s secret is out.
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How common is distracted driving? This agency filmed traffic to find out

If drunk driving was the problem of the last few decades, distracted driving has doubtless taken its place. To take a closer look at just what driving in the 21st century looks like, SR22 filmed 20 minutes of rush-hour traffic on…
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The Car Hacker’s Handbook isn’t a guide, it’s a wake-up call to automakers

The Car Hacker’s Handbook is a guide to reverse-engineering the digital control systems in a modern vehicle. The book includes information on the software in a vehicle’s control computers as well as background information on…