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The Koenigsegg Agera supercar is about to drive off into the sunset

After being crowned world's fastest production car, the Koenigsegg Agera is going out of production. But a replacement is expected soon. It will challenge Bugatti and Hennessey for the top-speed crown.
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Toyota and Subaru are developing a second-generation 86 sports coupe

Word is just in from The Japan Times that Toyota and Subaru are rebooting its beloved 86 sports coupe for a second generation. The two companies supposedly just commenced development for the next-gen model for a 2021 launch.
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Infiniti finally warms up to CarPlay as it builds a new infotainment system

Infiniti will make its cars more high-tech by introducing an array of new features, including a state-of-the-art infotainment system. It won't arrive until 2021, so the company will update its current infotainment system next year.
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From smartphones to airbags, MEMs sensors make the world work

Bosch sensors are found in a long list of products including cars, smartphones, and lightsabers. Here’s how the technology outgrew the automotive industry and seeped into every room in the house.
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Honda HR-V vs. Honda CR-V: The differences and the similarities

Honda's HR-V and CR-V overlap in some ways, but they're two completely different cars. Read on for our Honda HR-V vs. CR-V comparison highlighting design, technology, performance, and fuel economy.
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Looking back at six models that made the Ford Mustang the icon it is today

Designed as a Chevrolet Corvair rival, the Ford Mustang became one of the best-selling and most popular sports cars on the planet. Here we look back at some of the Mustang variants that helped turn the Blue Oval's pony car into an icon.
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Pilot program makes driving a BMW as easy as choosing a Netflix movie

BMW launched a subscription service named Access by BMW that makes driving one of its cars as easy as choosing a movie on Netflix. For a fixed monthly rate, members can swap cars and have cars delivered straight to their door.
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Follow along as Rolls-Royce puts the final touches on its stately Cullinan SUV

Rolls-Royce is in the final stages of developing the Cullinan, its first-ever SUV. The brand will finish testing the model in the public eye through a partnership with National Geographic.
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Developers get green light to turn ‘Top Gear’ track into housing

The 'Top Gear' test track will be bulldozed to make way for an 1,800-unit housing estate. The plan, which has been discussed for some time, was approved by the U.K. secretary of state for communities and local government.
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That’s a Jag? How the electric I-Pace broke the brand out of its own box

Digital Trends sits down with the two men responsible for designing and developing the 2019 I-Pace - Jaguar's first all-electric vehicle.
Emerging Tech

This trailer-towing robot is like a Roomba on steroids

Ever wanted to park your trailer by remote control? Like a Roomba with serious muscle, the Trailer Valet RVR is a miniature tracked tank that is capable of pulling remarkably heavy loads.
Cars

With the Mission E, Porsche wants to solve problems we haven't thought of yet

Porsche's Mission E concept won't change much as it transitions to a production model scheduled to arrive in 2019. That means the sedan will keep the sleek design and its 800-volt charging system.