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The Toyota i-Road EV may be the most unique vehicle you’ve ever driven

The three-wheeled Toyota i-Road EV features dynamic front wheels that allow it to lean into turns, while rear-wheel steering takes care of the rest.
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The Widowmaker returns: Porsche’s next 911 GT2 RS might get 700 horsepower

Rumors claim Porsche is preparing to bring back the GT2 RS to send off the current 911. Based on the 911 Turbo, the GT2 RS will allegedly get a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six tuned to make nearly 700 horsepower.
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Ariel has used Honda engines for 16 years, and sees no reason to stop

The admirably minimal Ariel Atom and Nomad will continue to use Honda engines. British boutique firm Ariel and Japanese giant Honda have partnered for 16 years, and see no reason to stop now.
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Peugeot-Citroen's growth strategy includes a potential return to the U.S.

PSA Peugeot-Citroen has returned to profitability, and it's considering coming back to the United States in the not-too-distant future. The premium DS brand will likely spearhead the French car marker's return to our shores.
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Toyota's next plug-in Prius could get a new design and a 35-mile driving range

Toyota has announced it will expand the Prius family with a new model set to bow at the New York Show. Rumors indicate the car is a plug-in hybrid version of the Prius, which is set to get a specific design and a 35-mile all-electric range…
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Will the Apple car be priced at a Tesla-rivaling $75k?

The Apple car could cost $75,000 and begin deliveries in 2021, a financial analyst who follows the company closely says. Will that make Apple's "Project Titan" a rival for the Tesla Model S?
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Lyft offers free rental cars for new drivers, but only if they make enough trips

Free rental car, anyone? If you're keen to drive for Lyft but don't have a suitable vehicle, the ride-hailing service is offering a number of cars for nothing. However, you'll have to make at least 65 pickups a week to skip the fees.
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Driverless cars: Google gets bus-detecting patent a month after it hit a bus

Google's self-driving car project hit the headlines last month after one of its vehicles crashed into a bus. And now we hear the company has just picked up a patent for bus-detection technology.
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Volkswagen whistleblower says he was fired for refusing to delete Dieselgate data

A former Volkswagen employee claims that he was terminated for refusing to delete data related to the brand’s Dieselgate scandal. The employee, Daniel Donovan, is now suing the automaker.