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Uber defends greyballing, which authorities allege is used to deceive law enforcement

After being accused of targeting local regulators, Uber announces a plan to review past use of Greyball software and prohibit future targeting. Enforcement personnel would allegedly see altered maps of available Uber cars.
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Volkswagen's Arteon is a bold styling statement, and a departure from the norm

The Volkswagen Arteon is the replacement for the CC, and like that model it aims for a more stylish appearance than other Volkswagens. It certainly doesn't look like any current VW.
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Porsche listens to enthusiasts' pleas, restores 911 GT3's manual transmission

Porsche answered car fans' prayers and reunited the 911 GT3 with a manual transmission. The updated GT3 also gets a larger, more powerful engine, and some other tweaks for the 2018 model year.
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Airbus took the wraps off its futuristic flying car, and it’s pretty insane

Last year Airbus published a few ropey-looking images of some idea it had about a flying car. Seven months on and it's gone and built a full-scale concept, and it's currently wowing crowds at this week's Geneva Motor Show.
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So, who made my car? A comprehensive guide to today’s car conglomerates

Have you ever wondered who owns the companies that make the cars we buy? We figured out who the man behind the curtain is, and in doing so, we also found out some interesting facts about those companies.
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Land Rover sets sail to the America’s Cup seeking new challenges

In 166 years of competition, the British have never won the America’s Cup yacht race. Now Land Rover hopes to change that fortune by bringing the latest in automotive design technology to the ancient craft of sailboat racing.
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Aston Martin raises performance exotics up a notch with new AMR brand

Stopping just short of full-on race cars, Aston Martin introduces its new AMR brand of sharp performance limited edition models. The Rapide AMR and Vantage AMR Pro were introduced as concepts already confirmed for production.
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Toyota's plug-in Prius gets a unique name and face for the first time

The Prius was a daring proposition when Toyota introduced the first-gen model in 1997, but it's gradually morphed into the poster child of the hybrid segment. The plug-in version gets its own name and a specific design for the first time…
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Toyota’s edgy C-HR targets millennials, but forgets the tech

The Toyota C-HR is the Japanese automaker’s first subcompact crossover and enters a highly competitive field. To stand any chance, its out-there looks must be backed by class-leading technology, fuel economy, and versatility.
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The best snow tire that you’ve never heard of: Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2

Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2 is an exceptional tire for handing snow and ice that proves the Finnish company is atop the winter tire industry.
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Zenvo’s 1,163-hp, 233-mph supercar invokes the fury of Norse gods

The Zenvo TS1 GT is a one-off supercar built to celebrate Zenvo's 10th anniversary. Debuting at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, it boasts over 1,000 hp and a top speed of over 200 mph.
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Volvo’s next-gen XC60 will turn heads with its Swedish style at Geneva show

Volvo has introduced the second-generation XC60 during the Geneva Auto Show. The model rides on the same SPA platform as the XC90, but features a look of its own and a much smaller footprint.