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Elon Musk confirms ‘Ludicrous’ mode for the Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is all about affordability, but it may get one very expensive option. Elon Musk says it will get the "Ludicrous" performance mode offered as a $10,000 add-on for the Model S and Model X.
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Ferrari has good news if you missed out on the LaFerrari

The original LaFerrari sold out over two years ago, but Ferrari is preparing to unleash a convertible model called Spider. At the other end of the spectrum, the Prancing Horse is still debating whether to build the entry-level Dino.
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Attack of the robot minivans: Chrysler Pacifica could be Google’s next self-driver

So long, Toyota Prius. The Chrysler Pacifica minivan could become a testbed for autonomous-car tech, as part of a new partnership between Google and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to develop the technology.
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Canadians already know about car sex and predict even more with driverless cars

With safety in the forefront, Canadian officials are concerned that distracting car sex will be even more frequent with driverless cars. Government organizations are working on regulations for all distractions and are worried about sex…
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Two wins expected from driverless cars, fewer accidents and lower insurance bills 1:49

The promise of driverless cars is focused on safety, with fewer accidents, injuries, and fatalities. A report predicts lower car insurance bills, too, saving up to $22 billion a year worldwide by 2020.
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Here’s why BMW M believes going all-wheel drive is inevitable

BMW's M cars have always been rear-wheel drive, but the company suggests all-wheel drive is inevitable in the long run. BMW M will fit its most powerful cars with a rear-biased all-wheel drive system designed in-house.
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Will Nissan sell its Fiat 500X-fighting crossover in the US?

Nissan has introduced a new crossover called Kicks in Brazil. Positioned a notch above the Juke, the Kicks was developed primarily for Latin America but it will gradually be offered in no less than 80 global markets.
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Porsche’s refreshed, wagon-ified Panamera will ship to the states in 2018

Porsche's wagon-style Panamera is reportedly coming to the U.S. sometime after its debut in Europe next year. The design should be largely inspired by the Sport Turismo Shooting Brake Concept.
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Autonomous cars will radically change the auto insurance industry

Volvo Cars and Thatcham Research have organized a panel to discuss the big changes coming to auto insurance. Thanks to the introduction of autonomous cars the multibillion-dollar industry is coming to grips with a very different vehicular…
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Tesla’s Bioweapon Defense Mode can save you from a military-grade chemical attack

Tesla recently conducted a thorough test of the Model X’s HEPA filtration system, which the brand says can eliminate pollution inside the car in less than two minutes. Tesla calls the feature Bioweapon Defense Mode.
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Fixing a McLaren F1 is tricky enough, but you'll also need an early 90s laptop

The McLaren F1 may be one of the most valuable cars on the planet, but it turns out the only way to service the electronics is with a decades-old Compaq laptop.
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BMW’s 750d marks a major milestone in the history of the turbodiesel engine

The BMW 7 Series is the world's first car equipped with a quad-turbocharged diesel engine. Fitted to the 750d, the 3.0-liter straight-six makes 394 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of torque.