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Jaguar’s updated 2018 XE inaugurates a new way of paying for gas

Jaguar is expanding the XE lineup with two new engines and an an additional trim level. Base cars get a 247-horsepower turbo four, while the range-topping XE S receives the F-Type's 380-horsepower V6.
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Riders paying in cash have caused Uber drivers in Brazil more harm than good

Uber drivers in Brazil have faced an increasing number of assaults since the ridesharing service allowed riders to pay in cash. Uber confirmed that some counter-measures are being worked on.
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Toyota hits a green milestone with its 10 millionth hybrid sale

Toyota launched its first hybrid vehicle in 1997, while the popular Prius car arrived in the U.S. in 2000. The company revealed this week it's now sold more than 10 million of the gas-electric fuel savers in more than 90 countries.
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Bold idea gets off the ground: First flying car now available for pre-order

Five years after demonstrating its first successful test flight, Dutch company PAL-V has begun accepting pre-orders for what may be the first flying car to hit the commercial market.
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Kia will address emissions standards with a hydrogen fuel cell car in 2021

Kia is reportedly working on a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to go on sale in 2021. The alternative energy model will help the Korean automaker meet tighter emissions regulations that go into effect in 2025.
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Change the rules so we can test more self-driving cars, automakers tell feds

Auto manufacturers need to test self-driving cars in much greater numbers than currently allowed by NHTSA rules to advance the technology. GM, Toyota, Volvo, Lyft, and others will testify at a U.S. House panel.
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Citing potential job losses, automakers lobby Trump for emissions rule changes

A letter signed by executives from major automakers asked President Donald Trump to review an Obama administration decision locking in EPA emissions rules through 2025, claiming strict rules will risk jobs.
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Peugeot-Citroen is evaluating a full takeover of GM's German Opel division

PSA Peugeot-Citroen is debating whether to purchase Opel from General Motors. The two companies already work together on several projects, and the takeover will help both brands cut costs all across the board.
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Why Smart is ditching the gasoline-burning engine in the U.S. and Canada

Daimler's Smart brand has confirmed it will ditch the internal combustion engine in the U.S. and in Canada by the end of the year. The move is eco-friendly, but it's also a way to combat dwindling sales.
Cool Tech

U.S. Army wants to analyze drivers' brain waves to keep them awake at the wheel

Forget about cranking loud music, drinking coffee and keeping your windows rolled down to avoid in-car drowsiness. The U.S. Army has an alternative solution: Analyzing your brain waves.
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Pininfarina and F1 racer Fittipaldi will debut an ultra-light supercar in Geneva

Working with Pininfarina, former F1 racer Fittipaldi created a limited-edition track car that will debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The car will reportedly use a naturally aspirated V8 good for more than 592hp.
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Best heads-up displays take top gun tech, bring it to your car for safety, convenience

HUDs are becoming increasingly common in new cars, but, thankfully, you don’t have to trade in your older model just to get one. Here are five aftermarket solutions that let you modernize your current ride.