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The 2017 Acura NSX jams with Van Halen in this high-octane Super Bowl spot

Acura has revealed the 30-second TV spot that will air during the first quarter of Super Bowl 50. Starring the 2017 NSX supercar, the ad features red, white, and blue visuals and a soundtrack by Van Halen.
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GM is creating a team to work on self-driving and electric cars

GM may have just pushed the date back on its autonomous driving feature, but that's not stopping them from dreaming bigger than ever. On Thursday, GM announced the creation of a team dedicated to developing self-driving and electric cars,
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2015 Land Rover Defender Review

Driving the last of the Defenders, as Land Rover lays the 30-year-old brute to bed.
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Hyundai gives up on the Azera sedan to focus on more crossover models

Hyundai has decided to cancel production of its Azera sedan to focus on crossovers -- a decision that is being echoed throughout the industry lately. With consumers demanding more crossovers, automakers are cutting their excess sedan…
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Alta Motors delivers its first electric motocross bike

Alta Motors recently delivered its first electric supermoto motorcycle, the Redshift SM. This purpose-built EV was designed from the ground up to deliver performance that can rival or exceed gas-powered bikes.
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Mercedes’ versatile X-Class pickup truck will hit the market in 2018 … but not in the U.S.

Mercedes-Benz's next pickup will be called either X-Class or Z-Class, a new report finds. Based on the Nissan Navara, it will be offered in three trim levels ranging from a spartan work truck to a luxed-up off-roader.
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Great Scott! Production of the iconic DeLorean will kick off again in 2017

A recent law makes it possible for the Texas-based DeLorean Motor Company to manufacturer a few hundred brand new DMC-12s annually. Production is scheduled to kick off in 2017, and pricing will start at about $100,000.
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Dodge's Dart and Chrysler's 200 are on their final tour of duty

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne has revealed that Dodge's Dart and Chrysler's 200 compact models will be phased out in the next 18 months. FCA plans to focus on trucks and crossovers instead of sedans.