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Badge of Honor: Jeep’s heroic 75-year campaign

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Jeeps were workhorses for soldiers during World War II, endearing the vehicles to millions of veterans who counted on the small 4x4s to keep them alive. That love endured when soldiers returned home. Not much that is truly groundbreaking in this world was created by committee. Innovation simply doesn’t work that way. But in the […]

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Automotive cybersecurity

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Charles01 / WikipediaChrysler Jeep Cherokee Think this impossible? Last year, Wired wrote about a couple of hackers remotely disabling a Chrysler Jeep Cherokee while it was heading down a freeway at 70 miles per hour. The hackers,  Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, revealed more details in a subsequent presentation at Black Hat USA 2015 a month […]

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Porsche CEO expects boost from retooled Panamera

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Porsche’s second-generation Panamera has a lower, sleeker appearance than its predecessor. Photo credit: PORSCHE BERLIN — Porsche expects the retooled Panamera sedan to give a boost to the weakest performing model in its portfolio. CEO Oliver Blume told Automotive News Europe he hopes to sell about 20,000 or more Panameras a year globally, up from […]

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This insane car is the future of automotive advertising

It looks like a vehicle Batman might drive, but it’s actually being used for advertising. The Mill BLACKBIRD is an adjustable car rig that is used as a base for photoreal CG cars, allowing companies to essentially use this in place of an actual vehicle when filming commercials. Check out the Mill’s description of why […]

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VW’s long-term strategy calls for 30 new EVs

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VW CEO Matthias Mueller: “We expect that by (2025) we will be selling about 2 to 3 million pure-electric automobiles a year.” Photo credit: Reuters WOLFSBURG, Germany — Volkswagen Group plans to introduce more than 30 electric vehicles by 2025, accounting for up to one-quarter of its unit sales, as it recasts itself to emerge […]

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World changes, but Nissan’s GT-R still screams

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The Nissan GT-R is pricey, but it drives traffic to showrooms. LE CIRCUIT DE SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium — It screams along the foggy curves of this Formula One Grand Prix racetrack. On a sidewalk in urban Duesseldorf, a young German stops in his tracks to grin knowingly at it. But the GT-R is a car that […]

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Study predicts 21 million autonomous cars sold globally in 2035

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U.S. autonomous deployment will start with several thousand vehicles in 2020 and then grow to nearly 4.5 million vehicles by 2035, IHS said. Photo credit: REUTERS UPDATED: 6/9/16 1:08 pm ET – correctedEditor’s note: The IHS report calls for 21 million in fully and semi-autonomous vehicles sold globally in 2035 and a total of 76 […]

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Mercedes-Benz posts worldwide double-digit growth in May

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Mercedes-Benz had a successful May, with unit sales increasing by 12.9% to 170,625 vehicles. In the period of January through May, 818,175 vehicles with the three-pointed star were delivered to customers (+12.3%), more than ever before in the first five months of a year. “Our double-digit growth in Europe and Asia-Pacific made a major contribution […]

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Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead, Coupe grab a piece of factory on way out

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Rolls-Royce’s Zenith Collection will feature a piece of the production line from the Goodwood U.K. factory, housed in a polished aluminum case on the dash. All good things must come to an end, as Rolls-Royce is ceasing production of the Phantom Drophead Coupe and Phantom Coupe. And the last 50 cars — already spoken for […]

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