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Subaru’s sharp-looking Impreza 5-Door Concept previews the all-new 2017 Impreza

Subaru has introduced a sharp-looking new concept called Impreza 5-Door Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. As the name reveals, the design study accurately previews the all-new 2017 Impreza that will arrive next year.
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Subaru will build three more STI-tuned models, and a hotter BRZ is one of them

Subaru has confirmed plans to launch at least three STI-badged models in the not-too-distant future. Surprisingly, one of them is a BRZ STI fitted with a state-of-the-art electric turbocharger and comprehensive suspension modifications.
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Formula One hopes an independent engine supplier will help cut costs

Formula One may add an independent engine supplier to support teams not already affiliated with a manufacturer. This could help lower costs for these disadvantaged teams, officials hope.
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'SkyActiv-R' may be the name of Mazda's next rotary engine

The Mazda Tokyo Motor Show sports car concept will feature a new rotary engine dubbed "SkkyActiv-R," according to a new report. There's no word yet on plans for production, though.
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The Edmunds TV app for Apple TV brings car reviews and more into your living room

Edmunds.com has announced Edmunds TV, a car-centric application for Apple TV that allows customers to access vehicle reviews, road tests, and more from their television. The fourth-generation Apple TV starts shipping at the end of October.
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BMW may be building a dual-clutch gearbox tailored for its front-wheel drive models

BMW is reportedly working on a dual-clutch transmission specifically designed for front-wheel drive models. The new gearbox would serve in models like the BMW 2 Series Activ Tourer, 1 Series hatchback, and the X1 crossover.
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Acura’s 2017 NSX sports car will make 573 HP and top out at 191 mph

Acura has revealed the official performance specs for its 2017 NSX sports car. The model will make 573 horsepower, which is more than expected, and will reach a top speed of 191 mph.
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Should your self-driving car kill you to save a school bus full of kids?

In the future, your self-driving car might decide to kill you – and you might be OK with it. As David Weinberger points out, the philosophical snarls of autonomous vehicles aren’t easy to reconcile.
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VW woes continue as Toyota replaces it as world’s biggest automaker

Still reeling from the emissions-cheating scandal, executives at VW faced more bad news on Monday as they learned Toyota had replaced it as the world's biggest automaker.
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Burn the window sticker: VW's 2016 Passat feels far more expensive than it is

A new look, more standard content and VW’s latest host of connected features yields a Passat with a new lease on life for 2016. But is it enough in this highly competitive segment?