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Some Mercedes, BMW, and Peugeot models thirstier than we’re told, report says

A new report by Transport & Environment claims that certain Mercedes, BMW, and Peugeot models consume up to 50 percent more fuel than official numbers indicate. The group says the current system for testing emissions and fuel economy is…
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Good luck seeing the 2017 Ford GT on the road; we’re only getting 100

Of the 200 Ford GTs set to go into production in 2017, only 100 will be sold in the U.S. Prospective buyers will have to pass a screening and application process, based mostly on brand loyalty.
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X marks the spot: Tesla’s Model X SUV officially launches

Tesla Motors has officially launched the highly anticipated Model X SUV. The all-electric vehicle will be able to sprint from 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds
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Mercedes-Benz considers bringing its next-generation A-Class to the U.S. market

Mercedes-Benz is reportedly considering bringing its next-generation A-Class hatchback to the U.S. The compact luxury model would be the first to be produced at a new plant in Mexico.
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Redesigned Opel Astra could be sold in the U.S. as a Buick

Buick already has two rebadged Opel models in its lineup, and it could soon get a third. The redesigned Opel Astra could become a Buick model at some point, according to a new report.
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Tesla owners say the Model S P85D doesn’t make anywhere near 691 horsepower 1:18

A group of 71 Tesla owners, investors and supports claim that the Model S P85D doesn't make 691 horsepower as advertised. The group tested the P85D using a dynamometer and performance data loggers, and the best figure they…
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Mercedes-Benz’s pocket-sized A-Class could make its way to our shores by 2020

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class might lose its forbidden fruit status before the end of the decade. As the compact market grows in the U.S., Mercedes is allegedly in the early stages of developing the first-ever U.S.-spec version of the A-Class.
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Elon Musk claims a Tesla with a 600-mile range will be available by 2017

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, has revealed that he expected the automaker will be able to produce an EV with a 600-mile range by 2017. The claim was made during an interview with Danish media.
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2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Review

When any less than the best simply won't do, get a Rolls Royce.
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Bosch reportedly warned Volkswagen about illegal emissions software in 2007 0:57

A new report claims that Volkswagen was warned as early as 2007 that using engine-management software to fool emissions tests would be illegal. The software in question was originally used for testing, but was allegedly…