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Mazda’s RX Revival sports car will pack turbocharged rotary magnificance

Mazda is turning up the heat with hints of a turbocharged rotary engine within the production sports car. The RX Vision will be a successor to the Japanese automaker’s iconic RX-7 sports car.
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BMW's M division will ride the hybrid wave with new performance models

BMW's M Division has hinted that hybrid power is coming to its M cars in the near future. The tuning house also noted that a full-EV M isn't in the cards until its buyers and fans demand it.
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Mercedes-Benz packs S-Class-like luxury features into the V-Class van

Mercedes-Benz has introduced a range-topping version of the V-Class, a mid-size van sold in Europe. Called V-Class Exclusive, the van receives niceties such as leather upholstery, alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, and a built-in cooler.
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VW attorney says owners will get ‘generous’ compensation

Volkswagen will offer a "generous" compensation package to owners, the attorney in charge of the compensation fund says. But exactly how and when all of this will take place is still unclear.
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Will Bentley be the next VW Group brand to build an electric car?

Bentley may build an electric car, and if it does, it will have a big parts bin to rummage through. Sibling brands Porsche, Audi, and Volkswagen are already planning electric cars of their own.
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Is Volkswagen developing a Chevy Bolt-fighting people’s EV?

Volkswagen is will launch an affordable, mass-market EV before the end of the decade, a new report finds. Aimed at the Chevrolet Bolt, the yet-unnamed model will share most of its mechanical components with the next e-Golf.
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Weekly Rewind: Photobombing horses, exoskeletons, Key and Peele do the Super Bowl

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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Google is looking into wireless charging for its driverless cars

It's not enough that Google's cars don't need drivers -- now, they don't want plugs either. The autonomous technology is now also looking into wireless charging, because you can't have too much of a good thing.
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Uber drivers in San Francisco are threatening to strike over Super Bowl weekend

Call it either the best or the worst timing, but Uber drivers have had enough. The pot is finally boiling over this weekend, this very busy Super Bowl weekend, no less, as San Francisco Uber drivers threaten to strike.
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Google’s driverless cars are going to London

Google's self-driving cars are crossing the Atlantic. According to reports from the Guardian, transport officials in London are in "active discussions" with Google to make the British capital one of the trial cities.
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After decades in the factory, ex-employees help Lamborghini’s Polo Storico restore cars

Lamborghini dove into its massive archives department to re-launch its heritage-focused Polo Storico division. Polo Storico provides period documentation, sells parts, and restores cars from the ground up.
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Volkswagen will build a Tiguan sub-brand of crossovers, including a coupe and seven-seater

Volkswagen has revealed that it plans to build a Tiguan brand of models in all shapes and sizes. After the 2017 Tiguan goes on sale, a larger version and coupe derivative will be introduced.