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Volkswagen could buy back 115,000 diesel cars, report says

Volkswagen could buy back 115,000 diesel cars in the U.S., according to a German newspaper report. Many analysts, customers, and even some politicians are already calling for buybacks.
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Renault-Nissan promises to bring autonomous vehicles to the masses by 2020

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has announced plans to launch ten self-driving vehicles by the year 2020. The technology will be offered in affordable, mass-market vehicles, and it will be rolled out in stages.
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Chevy's 200-mile 2017 Bolt EV will start at $37,500

As promised, the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will start at $37,500 before incentives. The price drops to the much-quoted $30,000 after a $7,500 federal electric-car tax credit is applied.
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Audi wants you to drive healthy with the Audi Fit Driver

Even as you drive (rather than walk, run, or bike) from Point A to Point B, you can still keep track of your fitness levels, and it's all thanks to the Audi Fit Driver, which debuted in the U.S. at CES 2016.
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We hopped behind the wheel of Chevy's new Bolt, an EV for the everyman

We try out the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, which knocks long-range EV vehicles off their pedestal, bringing ordinary folks the choice to go all-electric.
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Aston Martin rips out the gauges, flaunts touchscreen-laden Autolink Rapide S at CES

Aston Martin and Chinese entertainment company Letv have revealed the Autolink Rapide S at CES 2016. The vehicle features the Letv Internet of the Vehicle (IOV) infotainment system, which includes a large touchscreen and a cloud monitoring…
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2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class gets its Nevada driver's license

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is licensed to drive autonomously on Nevada highways. Several companies test self-driving prototypes in Nevada, but Mercedes says the E-Class is the first production car to get licensed.
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Bentley Continental GT 'Monster by Mulliner' makes some noise at CES 2016

A Bentley Continental GT V8 S with a custom Monster sound system was ready to make some noise on the floor of CES 2016. Because if you're going to go 192 mph, why not do it with some tunes?
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Uber pays New York attorney general $20,000 to settle in 'God View' dispute

Uber has reached a settlement with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after a 14-month investigation into the company's use of a God View, allowing it to track customers and read their private information.